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Athletics Pride Network Launches

Sporting events are just beginning to emerge from lockdown. And so is with great pleasure that we can report that British Athletics are taking a stand for Pride month and have also been developing an Athletics Pride Network during the period that sporting life was in temporary retirement. UK Athletics is the National Governing Body for athletics. UKA is the Member Federation of the IAAF responsible for athletics in the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland.

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It's a Pause for Breath, as Pride Run Defers

London Frontrunners, who organise the annual 10 kilometer Pride Run to raise funds for a wide variety of LGBTQ charities, have taken the decision to defer the run in 2020 and look ahead to next year instead.

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Bizarre Mess Up Leaves Top Club Blushing

A strange story was covered by our colleagues at Manchester based national gay radio station Gaydio and by the Sky News Channel this week.

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Balding Co Hosts "Sports Personality " Show

Lesbian TV sports pundit Claire Balding will be among the hosts of the BBC's “Sports Personality of the Year” on Sunday night on BBC-1 Television in the UK. The show is an annual extravaganza which has aired on BBC television since 1954.

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Boost for LGBT and Women Friendly Sports

Independent Radio News, which is linked to the Sky News Channel, reports that England have missed out on winning the netball world cup. The England squad lost forty seven to forty five against New Zealand.

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There has been a huge increase in the interest being shown to women's sports.


Nicola Adams is amongst the guests on the quiz show “In A League of their Own”, which goes out on Sky Channel One on Monday night at 10.30pm.


BBC Radio Five Live, the Corporation's national talk and sports network, which airs on digital platforms and on 909 kHz medium wave, dedicated a ninety minute discussion on the development of Women


Avon and Somerset Constabulary have issued warnings to heterosexual male fans of football that there is no excuse for violence against women, after they revealed new statistics showing that cases o


A report on London based community station Radio Jackie says that the government is thinking of expanding the reach of the Football Offences Act to include homophobic and transphobic chant

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