Launched today, the Pride in Sport Index aims to regularly measure how sporting codes support their LGBTI players, staff, spectators and supporters.
Major sporting codes are being asked to show their support to end LGBTI discrimination in a colourful way.
With the next Bingham Cup approaching later this year in Nashville, 2014’s runner up has enlisted some Wallabies expertise to build upon their successes.
The sports apparel giant has cancelled its sponsorship contract with the world champion boxer following homophobic comments that sparked controversy in The Philippines and abroad.
Adidas promises not to fire LGBTI athletes who go public with their sexuality.
In his first public LGBTI community commitment, Australia’s most decorated Olympian will join five other athletes for a panel discussion about being gay in sport.
Tomorrow night’s inaugural National Water Polo League Pride Cup in Melbourne, a Midsumma Festival event, aims to champion inclusion and diversity in sport and has future plans to run education programs.
“It’s never been an issue and I’ve always been open about it.”
The gay Olympic gold medallist has announced his retirement from professional diving.