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Team Chicago provides individuals and organizations with the opportunity to participate in sporting and cultural events according to their personal interests and capabilities. Team Chicago’s mission is to provide support to the LGBT community, furthering participation, inclusion, and pursuit of personal best.

We do this through promotion, outreach, and sponsorship.

Transgendered Day of Rememberance Today in Chicago

Team Chicago remembers and honors today our transgendered athletes and cultural participants and supporters and those who have have lost along the way of the Gay Games movement. You have and always be part of the community and the Gay Games movement.

See you at Center on Halsted tonight at 6 PM

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Sin City Classic, Las Vegas Multi-sport

Coming up in 2012, January 12-15th... Las Vegas will play host to over 3,000 LGBT athletes in a multisport tournament that includes Softball, Basketball, Tennis, Wrestling and Bodybuilding competitions. For some sports like Wrestling and Body Building, this is a rare opportunity to compete more frequently with other LGBTQ Athletes from North America.

Non-Competing Supports can spectate and cheer on their favorite athletes from the Chicagoland area or participate in other components of this multi-sport event at the Planet Hollywood host hotel (special discounted group rate on the event site) and at the official nightly host venues around Las Vegas. This is also a good way to venture to warmer climates after the holidays during the blistering cold months of January.

The Tournament donates a portion of the proceeds to the Las Vegas LGBT Center and will have additional opportunities throughout the weekend to give to them.

For additional information on the Sin City Classic go to

Represented at Federation of Gay Games

Chicago athletes and culture are being well represented in Toronto by our delegates and co-chairs Erica Munoz and Kyle Chang. This week in Toronto at the Federation of Gay Games Annual Assembly meeting to elect officers, vote for bylaw changes and to discuss how to best bring together one quadrennial event in 2018.

Gay College Runner Comes Out

Reading some of the comments posted on this video post just further highlights the importants for LGBT Athletism to be featured and to minimize hate speech and language to be spread and encourage more tolerance.

From Associated Press

2011 NAGVA Championships Released Transportation Registration Site

North American Gay Volleyball Association (NAGVA) updated their website with updated Transportation, Travel and Accommodations information. Team Chicago members and teams who are going to the 2011 Championships in Houston can now reserve their seat on the FREE shuttle provided by NAGVA and obtain assistance with booking other travel, accommodations and local attractions including return airport transfers, rental cars, airfare and the NASA Expereience at the Johnson Space Museum in Houston over Memorial Day Weekend all at special discounted rates negotiated for the Championships.

NAGVA participants booking prior to April 15 will receive a discount of 15% on their departure ground transfer (Just enter discount code 'NAGVA15' during the reservation process.

Reserve Your Transfer Now!