Here’s this week’s list of winners and losers, and in keeping with the theme of Election Week, the winners are elected and the losers, if there were any, would be rejected.
Maddow will be all over our screens on Election Night. In high school, she was scouted for an athletic scholarship.
Steve Kornacki shines on election night and does it as an openly gay man and huge sports fan.
NCAA says Idaho’s “law is harmful to transgender student-athletes and is counter to the NCAA’s core values...”
ELECTED: NCAA physicians say gender identity summit changed their views on transgender athlete inclusion
The NCAA held a summit recently where transgender and nonbinary college athletes shared the challenges they’ve experienced in athletics.
Follow Bruce’s journey coming out in high school sports and Christian Science.
‘The 5-Tool Player’ officially joins AEW’s roster less than one month after making his AEW debut.
Billy Dixon’s mixture of pro wrestling and ballroom puts the entire industry on notice.
NOlympics want to cancel the Olympic Games. Two members explain their position.
ELECTED: Mike Tyson’s confrontation of Boosie Badazz’s transphobia is encouraging, yet ultimately flawed
Boosie’s comments on Dwyane Wade supporting his transgender daughter were rightfully questioned, but how Tyson did so came with its own frustrations.
Erica Tamposi has worked at NFL Media since 2017 and is now publicly out as gay.
Elected to the board this past June, Michael Martin deals with the challenges of overseeing schools during the COVID-19 outbreak.
After vowing to be open about himself before running an Ironman, Hayden Reidy took his skills and endurance to the next level.
We asked Twitter followers to vote on their favorite stories of the year and their favorite coming out stories.
The gay sports radio host fired one year ago in a dispute with his New Orleans station says that was a blessing in disguise, so he can cover anti-racism protests.
The former sports director for NCLR looked back and looked forward in The Trans Sporter Room podcast.
That’s all for this week! I’ll bring you a fresh list of winners and losers next Saturday. Got a name I missed, or want to challenge my choices? Comment here or on Facebook or Instagram, tweet at us, message me via any social media, or just plain email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, and be good to yourself and one another!