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By Roger Brigham | June 6, 2018

The US Olympic Committee needs to develop policies that protect athletes.

By Roger Brigham | May 30, 2018

Just what we need: another reason not to watch NFL football.

By Roger Brigham | May 23, 2018

With little more than one month left to register for the Gay Games, organizers report they are right at the brink of 9,000 registrants, and the event stands a solid shot at becoming the first Gay Games since 2006 to have 10,000 registrants.

By Roger Brigham | May 9, 2018

After what never needed to have been said was said, the things that had to be said were said and the fashion statement that followed was fabulous and powerful and emboldening and unifying.

By Roger Brigham | May 2, 2018

Horrific indifference to the human condition has been a recent hallmark of decisions in elite international sports.

By Roger Brigham | April 25, 2018

I asked Larry Rich what it was like running a marathon at the North Pole. He spoke to me about the strange sound the snow made beneath his feet. That made all the sense in the world to me.

By Roger Brigham | April 18, 2018

LGBT Pride Night events are coming up for the San Francisco Giants and the Oakland A's.

By Roger Brigham | April 12, 2018

Forget the frustrating fabrications of the late, never great World Outgames. Get over the legal slap fest to settle ownership of the Sin City Classic.

By Roger Brigham | April 4, 2018

Warriors President Rick Welts was elected to the NBA Hall of Fame.

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.

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