LGBTQ Sports History II
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The first Pride House was established in Vancouver, British Columbia, to support LGBTQ athletes and their families for the 2010 Winter Olympics.29truefalse
The first Pride House was established in Vancouver, British Columbia, to support LGBTQ athletes and their families for the 2010 Winter Olympics.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
In 2012 the LGBTQ Sports Summit, an advocacy to combat bullying, discrimination, and anti-LGBTQ biases, was hosted by which sports brand?
In what year did the NCAA distribute its handbook to all its member when they adopted a transgender athlete inclusion policy in 2010?Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
In what year did the Olympic gold medal diving champion Greg Louganis publicly come out as gay at the 4th Gay Games in New York City?
Melissa 'Missy' Giove, the 1994 downhill world champion, is an openly lesbian mountain biker.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
He was the first openly gay athlete to win an Olympic gold medal in the diving competition at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Who is the first famous transgender athlete to compete for a spot on the United States Olympic team?
She is the first lesbian in boxing.
David Pichler and Patrick Jeffrey, two openly gay U.S. divers, competed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
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