Tag Archive | Federation of Gay Games
The Federation of Gay Games (FGG) and Gay Games 11 – Hong Kong 2022 organizers have officially signed the licence agreement finalizing the agreement between the FGG (International governing organization) and Gay Games 11 – Hong Kong 2022 (Local host organization). On 12 August 2018, at the Closing Ceremony of Gay Games 10 Paris, the ceremonial Gay Games flag will be passed […]
As part of the Federation of Gay Games Scholarship fund raising activities, they have five empowering and personal stories from Gay Games participants, and previous Scholarship & Award recipients, to help raise money for the Federation’s Gay Games 10 Scholarship Fund. Here is one such story from Hlengiwe Buthelezi: “Most gay people in South Africa, especially […]
FGG: Help ‘Change the World’ by sending athletes from under-served countries to Paris 2018 – Gay Games 10
As #GivingTuesday approaches on November 28, and you think about how you are personally going to make a difference in the world, the Federation of Gay Games are reaching out to remind you of the life-changing impact that the Federation Of Gay Games Scholarship Fund has had on more than 800 deserving athletes and artists, since it was started in 1998. The best way […]
FGG three finalist cities were Guadalajara (MEX), Hong Kong (CHN) and Washington D.C. (USA) The Federation of Gay Games (FGG) General Assembly voting took place 30 October 2017 in Paris, France; Hong Kong is the 2022 Gay Games XI presumptive host city. Site inspections of the three finalist cities took place June & July 2017 by a […]
The three shortlisted cities for 2022 Gay Games XI are: Guadalajara, (Gay Games Guadalajara 2022), Hong Kong, (Gay Games XI Hong Kong 2022) and Washington, DC (Gay Games DC 2022). News of site inspections etc., for the three shortlisted cities, are being posted to social media, so that you can follow the activities. These three […]
Site Inspections to begin, and final vote takes place in Paris October 2017 The 2022 Gay Games XI host city short-list vote, by the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) General Assembly, took place last month, one year after the bid process was announced. The shortlisted host cities are Guadalajara (MEX), Hong Kong (CHN), and Washington, DC (USA).