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Student Athlete Who Made Headlines for Coming Out as Gay Quits College Football Team

Student Athlete Who Made Headlines for Coming Out as Gay Quits College Football Team

May 2
A student at Indiana State recently quit the college's football team after making headlines when he was in high school for coming out as gay and being targeted by the Westboro Baptist Church.

Semenya's Case Reflects Broader Dilemmas Facing Sports World

Semenya's Case Reflects Broader Dilemmas Facing Sports World

By David Crary | May 2
The CAS ruled that Caster Semenya and other female runners with unusually high testosterone must take medication to reduce their levels of the male sex hormone if they want to compete in certain events.

Aussie Cricket Star Accidentally 'Comes Out'... and Isn't Gay

Aussie Cricket Star Accidentally 'Comes Out'... and Isn't Gay

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 30
James Faulkner, a star cricket player in Australia, thrilled the world with an Instagram post of himself and another man with the hashtag "#together5years." Except the "coming out" moment wasn't really a coming out at all, and Faulkner is straight.

Soccer Teams Provide Support, Solidarity for Migrants in US

Soccer Teams Provide Support, Solidarity for Migrants in US

Apr 28
Antonio Velasquez smiled proudly at the wiry teenagers shouting in Spanish and the Mayan language Mam as they kicked a soccer ball under an evening desert sky turning to orange.

Watch: Olympian Adam Rippon Launches His Own YouTube Channel

Watch: Olympian Adam Rippon Launches His Own YouTube Channel

Apr 24
Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon is launching his own YouTube channel where he promises fans a personal look into his life, off and on the ice rink.

Want Tickets to the Tokyo Olympics? It May Cost You Gold

Want Tickets to the Tokyo Olympics? It May Cost You Gold

By Stephen Wade | Apr 23
It's Olympic ticket sales time again, perhaps the least understood side of the games.

Players Boycotting Social Media over Racism Receive Abuse

Players Boycotting Social Media over Racism Receive Abuse

By Rob Harris | Apr 20
Social media companies did not appear to respond on their networks to the players' concerns despite widespread coverage and support from FIFA for the boycott.

Yanks Stop Using Smith Recording While Investigating Racism

Yanks Stop Using Smith Recording While Investigating Racism

Apr 19
The Yankees have suspended the use of Kate Smith's recording of "God Bless America" during the seventh-inning stretch while they investigate an allegation of racism against the singer.

Protestors Critique Chick-fil-A... from Atop a Zamboni

Protestors Critique Chick-fil-A... from Atop a Zamboni

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 16
Fast food franchise Chick-fil-A got called out again over the weekend for its anti-LGBTQ antics... this time by protestors who flashed signs from a Zamboni at a Cincinnati hockey game.

Kenya's Cherono Wins Men's Boston Marathon in Sprint to Tape

Kenya's Cherono Wins Men's Boston Marathon in Sprint to Tape

By Jimmy Golen | Apr 15
The two-time Boston Marathon champion turned onto Boylston Street with a sliver of a lead, leaning in front of two others with the finish line in sight.

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