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  • US Sprinter Tyson Gay Gets One-Year Doping Ban, Returns Olympic Medal

    US Sprinter Tyson Gay Gets One-Year Doping Ban, Returns Olympic Medal

    Tyson Gay tested positive for a banned anabolic steroid in two random out-of-competition tests. He returned his 2012 London Olympics silver medal to the US Olympic Committee.

  • US Sprinter Tyson Gay Banned One Year for Doping

    US Sprinter Tyson Gay Banned One Year for Doping

    Former world double sprint champion Tyson Gay has been suspended for one year after testing positive for a banned substance, the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) said on Friday.

  • China gay activists' message for Vladimir Putin on Valentine's Day

    China gay activists' message for Vladimir Putin on Valentine's Day

    A group of gay and lesbian activists staged a Valentine's Day kissing protest in Beijing on Friday aimed at highlighting Russia's controversial anti-homosexuality laws.

  • Life goes on for gays in Olympic Sochi

    Life goes on for gays in Olympic Sochi

    The mascara-lined eyes of a petite man dressed in a tuxedo greet visitors after they buzz at the armor-plated door of a one-storey building.

  • Chevrolet's Olympic ads feature gay couples

    Chevrolet's Olympic ads feature gay couples

    Chevrolet is rolling out two ads that feature gay couples during the U.S. broadcast of the Winter Olympics opening ceremony Friday.

  • Google's Olympic Charter doodle continues to fly the gay flag

    Google's Olympic Charter doodle continues to fly the gay flag

    Google has traditionally carried a new doodle every day of the Olympics, but it will be interesting to see if the Olympic Charter doodle stays unchanged for the duration of the winter Olympics.

  • Sochi Winter Olympics open amid security scares, arrests

    Sochi Winter Olympics open amid security scares, arrests

    Russia's Winter Olympics got underway on Friday with a grandiose opening ceremony watched by President Vladimir Putin, who will be keen to calm fears of militant attacks and move on from a row over gay rights that has marred the buildup to the Games.

  • Google Doodle flies gay flag quotes Olympic Charter

    Google Doodle flies gay flag quotes Olympic Charter

    Beneath the Rainbow Flag a paragraph attributed to the Olympic Charter is written on the site. Clicking on the Doodle triggered a search for news related to the Olympic Charter, with stories about what was being interpreted as a Google protest of a...

  • Latest Google Doodle on Sochi Olympics upholds gay rights

    Latest Google Doodle on Sochi Olympics upholds gay rights

    Google marked the Winter Games in Sochi by flying the gay flag on Thursday in a search page Doodle that linked to a call for equality in the Olympic Charter.

  • Sochi Winter Games begin, Vladimir Putin keen to prove doubters wrong

    Sochi Winter Games begin, Vladimir Putin keen to prove doubters wrong

    Russian President Vladimir Putin attends the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics on Friday determined to prove his doubters wrong after militant attacks, a row over gay rights and ballooning costs overshadowed preparations.

  • Russian President Vladmir Putin links gays to paedophiles

    Russian President Vladmir Putin links gays to paedophiles

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered new assurances to gay athletes and fans attending the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics next month.

  • Gay 'propaganda' law doesn't discriminate: Vladimir Putin

    Gay 'propaganda' law doesn't discriminate: Vladimir Putin

    President Vladimir Putin sought on Friday to reassure gay visitors to the Sochi Games that they are welcome in Russia despite a law banning gay "propaganda" to minors.

  • Barack Obama selects gay athletes for Sochi delegation

    Barack Obama selects gay athletes for Sochi delegation

    President Barack Obama sent Russia a clear message about its treatment of gays and lesbians with his choices to represent the United States at the Sochi Olympics.

  • Martina Navratilova hits out at International Olympic Committee over gay rights

    Martina Navratilova hits out at International Olympic Committee over gay rights

    The openly gay former tennis star slammed the International Olympic Committee's inaction ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics in February in Russia, a country which has courted criticism for legislation that gay activists and critics say discriminat...

  • Usain Bolt, world athletics' eternal firefighter

    Usain Bolt, world athletics' eternal firefighter

    Usain Bolt always lights up the track but in regaining his 100 metres world title on Sunday he was also a fireman, putting out the flames that have been threatening to consume the sport in recent weeks.

  • London 2012: Gatlin leads Bolt, Blake into 100m final

    London 2012: Gatlin leads Bolt, Blake into 100m final

    Justin Gatlin of the United States led Jamaica's defending champion Usain Bolt and young pretender Yohan Blake into the final of the men's Olympic 100m, but Dwain Chambers failed to make cut.

  • Injury-wary Tyson Gay chases medal dream to London

    Injury-wary Tyson Gay chases medal dream to London

    Tyson Gay saw his Olympic dream shattered in 2008 by a hamstring injury and now the former world champion comes to the London Olympics after needing nearly a year to recover from right hip surgery.

  • US stars eye 30-medal Olympic haul

    US stars eye 30-medal Olympic haul

    USA Track and Field officials and US Olympic coaches are confident of achieving their goal of a 30-medal haul from the London Olympics after watching competitors qualify over the past 10 days.

  • Gatlin, Gay ready to face Jamaicans at London

    Gatlin, Gay ready to face Jamaicans at London

    Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay served notice they will be ready to challenge Usain Bolt at the London Olympics in the 100 meters after qualifying for the Games with impressive times on Sunday.

  • Nepal to stags Asia's 'gay Olympics'

    Nepal to stags Asia's 'gay Olympics'

    Nepal is to stage Asia's first ever multi-sport games for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, organisers announced on Monday.

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