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By by Roger Brigham | March 28, 2018

Perhaps we have all come to expect too much of the NCAA. Perhaps we should stop thinking those four letters stand for National Collegiate Athletic Association and accept its current reality: "No Compassion, Action, or Accountability."

By Roger Brigham | March 21, 2018

After a nine-day trial, a federal jury last week awarded former University of Minnesota Duluth women's hockey coach Shannon Miller $3.7 million,


By Roger Brigham | March 14, 2018

Two recent incidents involving transgender high school wrestlers in Texas and Ohio have shown the importance of having school practices driven less by political stances or cultural prejudices, and more by common sense.

By Roger Brigham | March 7, 2018

The final chapters of the Outgames legacy will be recorded not by athletes on playing fields, nor by conference rooms full of academic activists wielding resolutions and declarations, but by courtrooms of attorneys and litigants.


By Roger Brigham | February 28, 2018

Nine months after the 2017 World Outgames in Miami was canceled, a television producer from California who had been registered to compete in tennis has filed a $5 million lawsuit in federal district court against Outgames organizers.

By Roger Brigham | February 28, 2018

Frostbitten notes from a fortnight-plus of wintry Olympics ...


By Roger Brigham | February 14, 2018

In advance of the Winter Olympics opening ceremony, John Moody, the executive editor of Fox News, wrote an editorial predicting poor medal results for Team USA because of an overabundance of gays and people of color on the squad.

By Roger Brigham | February 7, 2018

I was scanning down the column of names when it hit me how many of them belonged to people I knew or to people whose legacies had profoundly affected my life.


By Roger Brigham | February 1, 2018

There will be no ducking the gay presence for NBC this time when the Winter Olympics open in South Korea next week.

By Roger Brigham | January 24, 2018

Over 150 women give victim impact statements in sentencing hearing of former Olympic physician Larry Nassar.


By Roger Brigham | January 17, 2018

The legal dispute over ownership of the Sin City Classic LGBT multi-sport festival does not appear to have cast a major pall over the event held during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in Las Vegas.

By Roger Brigham | January 10, 2018

Decades ago when I was a young(er) pup covering the Olympics, I decided that the biggest difference (besides temperature) between the Winter Olympics and the Summer Olympics was simple:


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