Amazin LeThi has a unique story in several different ways, but her latest challenge sees her enter a sporting world that even she never imagined she would be a part of. Born in Vietnam but growing up in Australia, the champion bodybuilder has always been used to being different. Being a young girl who enjoyed …
One year ago today Pride of the Terraces officially got up and running as the first interview on the site went live. At that point in many ways it was still just a concept – I had the first few interviews either done or lined up, but I really didn’t have a clue where it …
Sometimes when conducting interviews for Pride of the Terraces, there are just too many things discussed to fit into a single article. Extra Time is a place where some of the views and stories that didn't make it into the original articles finally get published.
Growing up in Australia, Lachlan Smith struggled to reconcile his sexuality with his love of sport. Even after moving to England and being out for years, it was difficult for him to accept it was possible. Now though, he is investigating the possibility of starting an LGBT+ cricket team in the West Midlands.
Sammy Walker was on track to become a professional footballer in Watford's academy, but not believing it possible to be trans and play football, she quit. It took eight years, but after her transition she finally returned to the sport, which gave her a new lease of life.
This weekend the Elite Ice Hockey League are holding their first ever Pride Weekend, with teams up and down the country taking to the ice in rainbow colours and specially designed pucks being used in matches. All 10 of the sides in the division are hosting at least one Pride match, with the first taking …
Jade Konkel has been leading the way for professional women's rugby in Scotland, and she has come a long way from not knowing all the rules of the game on her international debut against England.
Sometimes the people I interview say too many good things for me to use it all in the interview pieces, so here I've gathered some of that extra stuff into one article in a general look at homophobia in sport.
American football is a sport with one of the most masculine perceptions imaginable - but that doesn't mean it is impossible for LGBT+ to take part, as Highland Wildcats player Kai Forrest is proving.
John Dickinson-Lilley became the UK's premier blind skier before his retirement, but that was at times in spite of comments from his fellow competitors about his sexuality.