Here’s why divers like Tom Daley and Timo Barthel still have not been ‘selected’ for the Paris Summer Olympics
As athletes earn qualifying spots at the Paris Summer Olympics, they can still be left off the team.
By winning a silver medal at the World Aquatics Championships, Daley and partner Noah Williams earn Great Britain a quota spot in Olympic Men’s Synchro Diving.
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This gay athlete’s poem to Greg Louganis for World AIDS Day beautifully captures the legend and his contributions
His legacy, a beacon shining bright.’ Louganis has been an inspiration for gay athletes and people living with HIV for decades.
Down-Jenkins was the first athlete to represent his country in diving in over three decades.
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Tennessee’s Bryden Hattie has impressed in the NCAA and won Diving World Cup gold with Team Canada. If he makes it to the Paris Olympics in 2024, he’ll be proud to represent.
Louganis hopes to honor Ryan White, as well as his mother, with funds from the Bonham medal auctions on Sept. 14.
While awaiting the birth of his second child, a visit to the US Olympic Museum convinced Daley that he wanted to return to the pool.
German diver Timo Barthel charmed us in 2021 with his answer when we asked if he was gay. He won a major title this week.
Daley’s surprise Instagram post about his new son provided a moment to celebrate and redeemed the entire platform.
During the Opening Ceremony, Daley helped shine the spotlight on six LGBTQ figures from all over the Commonwealth.
Griffin Maxwell Brooks tests heteronormative limits every day, and their more than 1 million TikTok followers love them for it.
The Olympic Champion rows, bikes, swims, and runs the 270-mile journey from London to his hometown for Comic Relief.
With his latest honor, the Olympic champion reemphasizes his commitment to making Great Britain a better home for the LGBTQ community.
Britain’s most famous diver and most decorated dressage rider did LGBTQ sports fans proud at the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
The Olympic gold medalist is determined to ensure anti-LGBTQ nations won’t be welcome at the 2024 Paris Games.
In spite of conventional wisdom, the skill and aesthetics required to win a synchro gold make it the most impressive diving achievement.
Daley’s bronze completes his comeback from Rio and cements his status as a hero of the Tokyo Olympics.
'An Orphan No More' tells the story of a father and an orphan who don't look the same. It's the story of Jerry and Jordan Windle.
Tom Daley, Jordan Windle and Timo Barthel all hold particular interest for LGBTQ fans.
Jordan Windle is straight but has a gay dad. Now with Greg Louganis’ help, he’s competing in the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
Looking to Simone Biles for inspiration, Down-Jenkins pulls off a winning strategy in the semifinal to finish eighth.
While preparing for the Men’s 10 Meter Platform event, Daley supports his teammates and displays his love for his newest hobby.
‘When I was younger I thought I was never going to be anything or achieve anything because of who I was,’ says Daley after his Olympic gold.
Timo Barthel has come to define himself as ‘human’ before anything else, looking to embrace all people.
Jerry Windle taught his son how to be a straight ally to the LGBTQ community. And now he’ll be cheering him on at the Tokyo Games.
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