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Het evenement is inmiddels uitgegroeid tot ongeveer 30 takken van sport met ongeveer 13.000 deelnemers en behoort het tot de wereldwijd grootste breedtesporttoernooien. Naast het sportprogramma is er ook een omvangrijk cultuurprogramma met koor- en muziekuitvoeringen, tentoonstellingen en theater- en kleinkunstvoorstellingen. Het evenement begint met een openingsfeest en duurt in de regel een week. De afsluiting wordt gevormd door een slotceremonie met de overdracht van de symbolen aan de gastheer van de volgende spelen.

Overzicht[bewerken]

Editie Jaar Locatie Deelnemers Motto
I 1982 San Francisco, Verenigde Staten 1.350 Challenge
II 1986 San Francisco, Verenigde Staten 3.500 Triumph
III 1990 Vancouver, Canada 7.300 Celebration
IV 1994 New York City, Verenigde Staten 12.500 Unity
V 1998 Amsterdam, Nederland 13.000 Friendship
VI 2002 Sydney, Australië 11.000 Under New Skies
VII 2006 Chicago, Verenigde Staten 12.000 Where the World Meets
VIII 2010 Keulen, Duitsland 12.000 Be Part of It!
IX 2014 Cleveland, Verenigde Staten 10.000 Culture Sports Diversity
X 2018 Parijs, Frankrijk All Equal
Bronnen, noten en/of referenties
  • ↑ Gay Games op IHLIA
  • Source: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay_Games



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    Gay GamesGay Olympics

    Host nations and cities[edit]

    Year No. Host City
    1982 I San Francisco, United States
    1986 II San Francisco, United States
    1990 III Vancouver, Canada
    1994 IV New York City, United States
    1998 V Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2002 VI Sydney, Australia
    2006 VII Chicago, United States
    2010 VIII Cologne, Germany
    2014 IX Cleveland-Akron, United States
    2018 X Paris, France
    2022 XI TBD

    1982 Gay Games San Francisco[edit]

    1986 Gay Games San Francisco[edit]

    1990 Gay Games Vancouver[edit]

    1994 Gay Games New York[edit]

    1998 Gay Games Amsterdam[edit]

    2002 Gay Games Sydney[edit]

    2006 Gay Games Chicago[edit]

    2010 Gay Games Cologne[edit]

    The games were held in Cologne from July 31 to August 6, 2010. This marked the second time the games were held in Europe, with the first being in Amsterdam in 1998.

    2014 Gay Games Cleveland and Akron[edit]

    Future Gay Games[edit]

    2018 Gay Games Paris[edit]

    By August 31, 2012, a letter of intent to bid were received from all groups except those in Brazil.

    In December 2012, the FGG announced that several requests from bidders to add new sports to the program of the games. Of these requests, that for the inclusion of polo was rejected, while those for archery, boxing, fencing, pétanque, roller derby and wheelchair rugby were approved. Of these, boxing, pétanque, roller derby and wheelchair rugby were included in the bids of the three finalist bidding organizations.

    Bid books were provided by February 28, 2013 with a Q&A held over April & May 2013. A shortlisting vote took place on May 31, 2013 resulting in the shortlisting of Limerick, London and Paris as the final three cities to continue on the 2018 Bid cycle. Shortlisted cities received a 4-day visit (inspection sites) from a team of FGG inspectors (4 delegates + 1 CM) in July 2013. The final vote took place in Cleveland (Ohio, USA) during the 2013 Annual General Assembly. On 7 October, Paris was elected host city for the 2018 Gay Games.

    Shortlisted Cities
    London, United Kingdom
    Paris, France
    Limerick, Ireland
    Non-Shortlisted Cities
    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Orlando, United States

    2022 Gay Games[edit]

    Shortlisted Cities
    To Be Announced: Feb 2017
    To Be Announced: Feb 2017
    To Be Announced: Feb 2017
    Longlisted Cities
    Austin, TX
    Dallas, TX
    Denver, CO
    Guadalajara
    Hong Kong
    Los Angeles, CA
    Salt Lake City, UT
    San Francisco, CA
    Washington DC

    Controversies[edit]

    Lawsuit over 'Gay Olympics' name[edit]

    Plans to launch Gay Winter Games in Fall 1986[edit]

    Schism in LGBT sports communities over Gay Games VII[edit]

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    In 2001, the bidding organization from Montreal, Canada, won the right to negotiate with the FGG for a licensing agreement to host the 2006 Gay Games, but after two years of failed negotiations Montreal broke off talks at the 2003 FGG annual meeting in Chicago. There were three main points of contention, over which neither party could agree:

    • The size of the event
    • The size of the budget – especially the planned break-even participation point
    • Financial transparency

    See also[edit]

    • EuroGames (LGBT sporting event)
    • Principle 6 campaign

    References[edit]

    External links[edit]

    • Gay Games Cleveland/Akron 2014
    • Federation of Gay Games
    • Postcard from Europe: Questioning the necessity of the Gay Games
    • Minnesota lesbian/gay committee of the International Athletic Association archives

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay_Games



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