Federation of Gay Games Statement on One Quadrennial Event in 2018

Sports
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kelly Stevens, FGG Officer of Communications, kstevens@gaygames.org, +1 206-295-9498 Gay Games board Affirms One LGBT Event in 2018 Federation of Gay Games Board of Directors affirms goal of for One Quadrennial Event in 2018. San Francisco – (19 March 2010) The Federation of Gay Games board would like to issue these statements with joy and unanimous support from the board of directors. Following a meeting of the Co-Presidents of the Federation of Gay Games and GLISA on 5 March 2010, in Manchester, UK, to discuss the future of worldwide LGBT sport and culture, the FGG Board affirms that one quadrennial event in 2018 is our goal. Sports, Culture, and Human Rights will be components of the 2018 event, as they have been in the past. We…
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Rainbow “Torch Run”

News, Sports
News Release – 18 February 2010 FGG Contact:  Kevin G. Boyer, (312) 588-3713, kevin.boyer@allterrain.net SF “Day Of” Contact: Robby Davis, (206) 618.0615 Sunday’s Rainbow “Torch Run” from San Francisco to Cologne, Germany, Will Launch World’s Largest Gay Sports Event Symbolic “Rainbow Run” will travel to New York, Vancouver, Sydney, Amsterdam and Chicago before heading to Germany for this summer’s Gay Games San Francisco, CA - Less than 10 days after the Olympic flame was lit at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, the LGBT sporting world will begin its own countdown to the 2010 Gay Games that take place later this year in Cologne, Germany. The International Rainbow Memorial Run (IRMR) gets underway on Sunday, 21 February, 2010 at 10:00 am in the San Francisco National AIDS Memorial Grove. Every four…
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