outsport

outsport

(ˌaʊtˈspɔːt)
vb
to sport in excess of
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com/2016/7/11/12133594/rio-olympics-teams-2016-gay-lgbt-athletes-record) according to Outsports .
1) A reporter seeking to sensationalise her story ambushed her for the exclusive, but Fox curtailed the involuntary outing by contacting Cyd Zeigler of Outsports to write her story instead.
Missouri All-American Michael Sam came out to the nation as an openly gay player in published interviews with ESPN, The New York Times and Outsports.
For instance, a headline about the USGA's policy change on the website Outsports.
Patricia Nell Warren, author of The Front Runner and other bestselling novels, has written a series of essays on LGBT sports history (see Outsports.
That's not how I operate,'' he was quoted as saying by Outsports.
Still, Outsports editor Cyd Zeigler said teams and coaches are trying to learn as much as possible about these fairly unknown college athletes before signing a contract with them.
In a collection of biographies written for Outsports.
Gordon became the first openly gay player in Division 1 men's basketball on Wednesday, making the announcement on ESPN and Outsports.
Sports media [are] driven by stardom," explains Cyd Zeigler, cofounder of OutSports.