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LGBT Sport :: Out Across the Land and Here at Home

By Joel Martens | Jan 27
If you are interested in participating in a "group activity," the LGBT community offers many options -- some healthy, some perhaps not as much. But here's one that might surprise you: Sport. And more and more LGBT pros are emerging from the closet.

Jeff Gordon to Retire as Full-Time Driver After 2015 Season

By Dan Gelston | Jan 22
Jeff Gordon, the wildly popular four-time NASCAR champion, said Thursday he will retire as a full-time driver after the 2015 season.

Deflategate? Patriots Nation is Pumped, Not Deflated

By William J. Kole | Jan 22
As the NFL investigates how footballs got deflated during the AFC Championship game, and detractors accuse the team of cheating, very little air seems to have gone out of Patriots Nation and its Super Bowl euphoria.

MHSA Shelves Proposed Policy for Transgender Athletes

Jan 16
The Montana High School Association is shelving a proposal to allow transgender student-athletes to compete on the team that matches their gender identity.

Perry: My Female Anthems Make Me Ideal Super Bowl Performer

By Ryan Pearson | Jan 13
Katy Perry says her female empowerment anthems make her the ideal Super Bowl halftime performer after an NFL season shadowed by highly publicized domestic violence cases involving players.

Cross-Country Skiing Gains Momentum at Winter Resorts

By Karen Schwartz | Jan 13
Trying to hold onto skier dollars as visitors seek more options, ski resorts have branched into snowshoeing, sleigh rides, and increasingly, cross-country skiing.

Katy Perry to Team With Lenny Kravitz at Super Bowl

Jan 11
Katy Perry will team with Lenny Kravitz at the Super Bowl.

Michael Sam Reportedly Engaged to Boyfriend

By Jason St. Amand | Jan 10
According to reports, out athlete Michael Sam and his college boyfriend were recently engaged.

Shredding Trails on Two Wheels: Fat Biking in Vermont

By EDGE | Jan 7
The two-wheeled equivalent of a monster truck. Those descriptions and more have been applied to Vermonters' hottest new way to enjoy the cold: Fat Bikes.

2 US Ski Team Prospects Die in Avalanche in Austria

By Eric Willemsen | Jan 5
Two prospects from the U.S. Ski Team were killed in an avalanche Monday while skiing near their European training base in the Austrian Alps.

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