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.
Amid rising anti-LGBTQ hate in Turkey, the country’s women’s volleyball team — which has qualified for the Paris 2024 Olympics — is a source of hope to activists fighting for equality.
New Zealand rower talks exclusively to Outsports about his fourth Games qualification, being on OnlyFans, and LGBTQ visibility; NZ’s Emma Twigg also heading to Paris 2024.
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.
The first editions of the series featured conversations with Caitlyn Jenner and sports governance analyst Dr. Roger Pielke Jr.
Stories about LGBTQ athletes at the OIympics.
"Pride to me is authenticity. It’s honesty," says an NFL executive, on this list with people from the NHL, PGA, WNBA and two Olympians.
As Manson pursues the 2024 Olympics, he sees OnlyFans as ‘a space where I can authentically express myself through tasteful and artistic means’ and make money for training.
Paris 2024 Olympics say athletes will be allowed to speak out about LGBTQ inclusion, commits to support
Pride House also gets official support from the Paris 2024 organizing committee.
After years of training to run for her home country at Paris 2024, Diouf feels marginalized by her sport’s governing body.
McKinna says she thinks publicly coming out will only help her athletic performance.
Daley’s surprise Instagram post about his new son provided a moment to celebrate and redeemed the entire platform.
Blaser represented Team USA during this year’s World Cup and World Championships.
The Australian beach volleyball gold medalist reflects on how legalizing gay marriage changed her life and outlook.
Albiero has been on the US Swimming National Team. He is now talking more about being a gay athlete representing the USA.
Possible new rules would merge trans regulations with the ‘Caster Semenya Rule.’
Skate Canada’s new ruling receives several endorsements, including one from Russia, and an interesting explanation for the policy change.
The Dutch speedskater stands alone with five Olympic gold medals in five consecutive Games.
Guillaume Cizeron, with ice dance partner Gabriella Papadakis, won Olympic and World Championship gold.
Alex Di Giorgio and his partner made history as the first pair of out gay men in the show’s history.
The out Australian diver’s upset gold medal win in the 2008 Summer Games is one of the greatest moments in gay sports history.
Thanks to the bullying he received after coming out, Gunning did not travel back to visit Jamaica for four years.
Last year Leo Baker had a choice: Continue his gender transition or compete in the Olympics.
Peter Caruth, who represented Ireland in the 2016 Summer Olympics, experienced crippling anxiety while he was closeted.
Transgender and non-binary athletes will compete alongside cisgender men. Women’s division limited to athletes who are "the female sex at birth".
Ruggiero traded in the hockey rink for the board room and is finding the same success.
This Pride Month, Holmes is speaking her truth for the first time.
FINA says trans women will not compete in the female category if they’ve experience puberty, will create an ‘open’ category.
Kristie Mewis talks about the importance of Title IX, being out and falling in love.
Lia Thomas would be only the second out trans woman to compete at an Olympic Games.
Frostad is breaking his 30-year silence, coming out publicly and talking about the abuse he endured.
An Olympic champion has a bizarre and homophobic take on why she thinks there are no gay male pro skiers.
Out Olympian Paul Poirier wants to change narratives around sports and inspire LGBTQ people to be their true selves
Poirier talks with Outsports about merging part of his personal and professional lives. Up next is the World Championships.
The Olympic Champion rows, bikes, swims, and runs the 270-mile journey from London to his hometown for Comic Relief.
Out athletes won medals and waved the rainbow flag in China at the Winter Olympics.
With 39% of out athletes winning a medal, Team LGBTQ finished just ahead of Japan and Italy on the medal table.
Out curler Bruce Mouat and Team Great Britain lost a heartbreaker to Sweden, but they still leave with Team GB’s first medal in Beijing.