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Saturday, August 6, 2016

The 2016 Summer Olympics Will Be The Gayest In History

From: Queerty
The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio have just begun, but already this year is breaking records.

The games will have the most publicly out LGBTQ athletes in Olympic history, which a whopping 44 athletes (plus three coaches) from all across the world. That’s up from 23 in 2012.

Tony Scupham-Bilton have been keeping very close tabs on all the out athletes competing this year and, they say, the number will likely grow as they continue their coverage.

“We expect the list to grow as more athletes are revealed to be out,” editors write. “This often occurs on team sports in Europe or in lesser-know sports where athletes are out but haven’t gotten much publicity.”

Here’s the official list (so far!) compiled by Outsports:

Nicola Adams 
Great Britain, boxing

Seimone Augustus 
USA, basketball

Tom Bosworth 
Great Britain, race walk

Dutee Chand 
India, track & field

Tom Daley 
Great Britain, diving)

Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel 
Netherlands, field hockey

Lisa Dahlkvist 
Sweden, soccer

Elena Delle Donne 
USA, basketball

Katie Duncan 
New Zealand, soccer

Nilla Fisher 
Sweden, soccer

Amini Fonua 
Tonga, swimming

Larissa França 
Brazil, beach volleyball

Edward Gal 
Netherlands, equestrian

Kelly Griffin 
USA, rugby

Brittney Griner 
USA, basketball

Carl Hester 
Great Britain, equestrian

Michelle Heyman 
Australia, soccer

Mélanie Henique 
France, swimming

Stephanie Labbe 
Canada, soccer

Alexandra Lacrabère 
France, handball

Hedvig Lindahl 
Sweden, soccer

Ari-Pekka Liukkonen 
Finland, swimming

Robbie Manson 
New Zealand, rowing

Hans Peter Minderhoud 
Netherlands, equestrian

Ian Matos 
Brazil, diving

Angel McCoughtry 
USA, basketball

Nadine Müller 
Germany, discus

Marie-Eve Nault 
Canada, soccer

Ashley Nee 
USA, kayak whitewater slalom

Maartje Paumen 
Netherlands, field hockey

Mayssa Pessoa 
Brazil, handball

Jillion Potter 
USA, rugby

Megan Rapinoe 
USA, soccer

Helen Richardson-Walsh 
Great Britain, field hockey

Kate Richardson-Walsh 
Great Britain, field hockey

Carolina Seger 
Sweden, soccer

Caster Semenya 
South Africa, track & field

Martina Strutz 
Germany, pole vault

Melissa Tancredi 
Canada, soccer

Susannah Townsend 
Great Britian, field hockey

Sunette Stella Viljoen 
South Africa, javelin

Julia Vasconcelos 
Brazil, taekwondo
Julia confirmed to Claudia Custodio (@Cau__ on Twitter) with ESPN Brazil that she is a lesbian.

Jeffrey Wammes 
Netherlands, gymnastics

Spencer Wilton 
Great Britain, equestrian

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