Jon Holmes is an editor at Outsports, based in London U.K. He is the founder and lead of Sports Media LGBT+, an industry network, advocacy and consultancy group. In Britain, he is also a committee member for the Sports Journalists’ Association, the Football Writers’ Association, and InterMedia UK, and a director of Racing Pride, the LGBTQ+ inclusion in motorsport CIC. Jon has over 20 years of professional experience in writing, sub-editing and managing sports content for digital platforms. He was also part of the team that delivered Pride House Birmingham at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Previously, he worked full-time at Sky Sports where he co-ordinated and produced content relating to the organisation's support of Stonewall's award-winning Rainbow Laces campaign.
The Spanish soccer giants were marking the International Day Against Homophobia in Sport.
The former champ got caught live on air saying ‘that’s f***ing gay’ into an ESPN mic. Even a simple ‘sorry’ seems unlikely now, two days later.
Enhanced Games founder Aron D’Souza, an out gay man, is encouraging athletes on steroids to ‘come out’ and compete in his new event.
British footballers Jahmal Howlett-Mundle and Matt Morton play outside the elite but their powerful stories are reaching millions.
ESPN reported that the 34-year-old would not sign the one-year super max deal offered by the Washington Mystics.
Scottie Nelson finishes U.S. Olympic marathon trial, a milestone for world’s biggest gay running club
Nelson ran his first marathon in October. He talks to Outsports about the need for LGBTQ visibility in the sport, and the support of Front Runners New York.
The English striker, who recently turned 19, contributed an assist as he began a loan spell at Bradford Park Avenue.
Sean Strickland wasn’t man enough to look gay UFC champ in the eye after insulting the LGBTQ community
Raquel Pennington, a winner at UFC 297, says she found Strickland’s homophobia "disgusting" and that Dana White showed "concern."
The Philippines striker is scoring freely for Newcastle Jets in Australia’s A-League, and she is relaxed in her identity off the field.
The International Olympic Committee tells Outsports that specific requests on athlete expression will continue to be considered on ‘a case-by-case basis.’