2012 Olympics - Outsports

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Pride House Opens At Olympics, Welcomes Gay Athletes, Fans, And Supporters

Out Olympians Ji Wallace and Karen Hultzer expected to make appearances

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Ann Romney's Horse Rafalca Squeaks Into Next Round Of Dressage

Rafalca is 30th after the first round, barely surviving the cuts. The two gay riders, Hester and Gal, are positioned for runs at a medal.

Gay Olympians, Day 7: Carl Hester dominates, Dutch hockey wins, Natalie Cook retires

Dutch field hockey is undefeated in London, just a tie away from the playoffs. Olympic great Natalie Cook announced her impending retirement.

Find Out Which Olympian Is Your Body Double

BBC feature matches your body type to that of a specific Olympic athlete.

Ryan Lochte Talks About His Sex Life: Too Busy For A Girlfriend

Swimmer Ryan Lochte is too busy to have a steady girlfriend and he talks about what he likes in a woman.

Ann Romney Horse Rafalca Stumbles In Dressage, Gay Rider Carl Hester In First

Jan Ebeling and Rafalca are 13th, and Britain's Hester shines brightest, on Day 1

Matthew Mitcham Sings Beyonce's 'Single Ladies' from London Olympics

The gold medalist from 2008 is relaxed in London with his ukelele and Beyonce's hit. Video below.

Gay Olympians Results, Day 6: Judith Arndt Wins Silver, Lisa Raymond Into Semis

German cyclist Judith Arndt won the first medal of any out athlete in London. Lisa Raymond is on the verge of an Olympic medal, while Natalie Cook was eliminated from competition.

Matt Grevers Makes Nathan Adrian's Bed For Winning Olympic Swimming 100 Freestyle

Swimmer bros! Matt Grevers makes roomie Nathan Adrian's bed after Adrian wins 100-meter freestyle gold.

With 'Rule 40,' Greedy IOC Shows It Cares More About Its Sponsors Than Olympic Athletes

Athletes are banned from mentioning their sponsors on Facebook, Twitter or other social media during the Games under the IOC's absurd Rule 40. For many, it's their main source of income and they...

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