Federation Of Gay Games
The purpose of the FGG (Federation of Gay Games) is to foster and augment the self-respect of gay men and women throughout the world
The purpose of the FGG (Federation of Gay Games) is to foster and augment the self-respect of gay men and women throughout the world and to engender respect and understanding from the non-gay world, primarily through an organised, international athletic and cultural event held every four years. The mission of the FGG is to promote equality through the organisation of the premiere international LGBT and gay-friendly sports and cultural event known as the Gay Games.
About the Gay Games
Built upon the principles of Participation, Inclusion, and Personal Best™, since 1982, the Gay Games has empowered thousands of LGBT athletes and artists through sport, culture, and fellowship. The Gay Games was conceived by Dr Tom Waddell, an Olympic decathlete, and was first held in San Francisco in 1982. Subsequent Gay Games were held in San Francisco (1986), Vancouver (1990), New York (1994), Amsterdam (1998), Sydney (2002), Chicago (2006), Cologne (2010), and Cleveland Akron (2014).
Team Rainbow is a member organisation of the FGG and will be represented at Gay Games 10, in Paris, 4-12 August, 2018.
Visit www.Paris2018.com for more information.
“Gay Games”, “Federation of Gay Games”, the interlocking circles device, and the phrase “Participation, Inclusion and Personal Best” are trademarks of the Federation of Gay Games, Inc. Trademarks are registered in the USA, Canada, Benelux, the UK, Germany, and Australia.