Tag Archive | Gay Games
The Federation of Gay Games (FGG), together with the Gay Games 11 Hong Kong 2022’s management team, has announced the 36 sports which will be offered at the event, hosted in Hong Kong in November 2022. For the first time in the history of the Gay Games, E-Sports and Dodgeball are among the sports to […]
That’s why Kevin, and millions of LGBT+ athletes and artists just like him, mean the world to the Federation of Gay Games. Before receiving a scholarship to attend Gay Games 10 | Paris 2018, Kevin could only imagine a place where people from every corner of the world came together by the thousands, to celebrate […]
One of the most iconic of winter sports is figure skating, as evidenced by its popularity as an Olympic competitive event. There is an abundance of talented LGBTQ individuals in the sport, though the list of prominent individuals is entirely populated by gay men. The International Gay Figure Skating Union (IGFSU) was created as an […]
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Paris has been named as the host city for the 2018 Gay Games, beating bids from fellow European bid finalists, London and Limerick. The announcement was made earlier this week in Cleveland, Ohio, where the Gay Games will be taking place next year. Limerick’s bid had made it to the list of finalists, beating bids […]
The Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, has officially endorsed Limerick’s bid to host the 2018 Gay Games. In a letter, Mr Kenny said that he was “delighted” to support the campaign for the Irish city to host the 2018 Gay Games, which is competing against London and Paris. The Taoiseach also praised the sporting facilities and community […]
Limerick has been shortlisted alongside the cities of London and Paris to host the 2018 Gay Games. The shortlist, cut down from seven cities to three, was announced just after 4pm Irish time by the Federation of Gay Games in San Francisco.