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Visit: www.gghk2023.com

Pre-registration for Gay Games 11 is now open. Click HERE to pre-register


HONG KONG MERCHANDISE STORE NOW OPEN

Make shopping your new cardio at the new Gay Games Hong Kong online merchandise store! Get logo T-Shirts, Tank Tops, Towels, and even bright rainbow masks. Worldwide shipping is available and more items will be coming to this store soon. Visit the store HERE.

        



22 Sports at  Gay Games 11 - Hong Kong 2023


The 22 sports featured at Gay Games 11 Hong Kong 2023 are:

Aquatic Sports

Open Water Swimming

Swimming


Athletic Sports

5K-10K

Half Marathon

Marathon

Track & Field (Athletics)

Trail Running Long

Trail Running Short

 

Ballgames

Dodgeball

Field Hockey

Football (Soccer)

Rugby Sevens

 

Cross-disciplinary Sports

Mah-jong

 

Racquet Sports

Badminton

Squash

Table Tennis

Tennis

 

Mat Sports

Fencing

Mixed Martial Arts

 

Water Sports

Dragon Boat Racing

Rowing

Sailing


Hong Kong is also working to produce: 

Basketball

Cricket

Esports

Golf

Netball

Triathlon

Voleyball


PARIS, FRANCE (30 October 2017) The Federation of Gay Games (FGG) General Assembly voting took place 30 October 2017 in Paris, France; Hong Kong is now the 2022 Gay Games 11 official host city. 36 sports and 11 cultural events are planned for November 2023. Click on the city name above or on THIS LINK to learn more.

 

BACKGROUND ON GAY GAMES 11 SITE SELECTION PROCESS

Site inspections of the three finalist cities took place June & July 2017 by a team of inspectors from Australia, Germany, Canada, and the USA. The team spent 3.5 days in each city, toured all venues and attended local supporter civic events.

The FGG expresses gratitude to the record number of 17 cities that expressed interest in 2022 Gay Games 11. Five of these cities made it to the semi-final round (Austin, TX, Dallas, TX, Denver, CO, Salt Lake City, UT, and San Francisco, CA). In the first phase, an additional nine cities had expressed interest: Cape Town, South Africa, Tel Aviv, Israel and USA cities Anaheim, CA, Atlanta, GA, Des Moines, IA, Los Angeles, CA, Madison, WI, Minneapolis, MN, and San Antonio, TX.

The impact that the Gay Games has in host cities is incredible in terms of culture, sport, economic impact, history and most importantly elevating all matters of LGBT+ equality.

Paris 2018 - Gay Games X took place 4-12 August 2018, featuring 36 sports, 14 cultural events, an academic conference, and 10,317 participants from 90+ countries.

Since 1982, the FGG mission promotes equality and is the largest sport and culture event in the world open to all. Its legacy changes social, and political attitudes towards LGBT+ people through the core principles of “Participation, Inclusion and Personal Best™”. The Gay Games was conceived by Dr. Tom Waddell, an Olympic decathlete, and was first held in San Francisco in 1982. Subsequent Gay Games are San Francisco (1986), Vancouver (1990), New York (1994), Amsterdam (1998), Sydney (2002), Chicago (2006), Cologne (2010), Cleveland+Akron (2014), and Paris (2018). Gay Games 11 will take place in Hong Kong in November 2023.


The FGG expresses gratitude to the record number of 17 cities that expressed interest in 2022 Gay Games 11.

Five of these cities made it to the semi-final round (Austin, TX, Dallas, TX, Denver, CO, Salt Lake City, UT, and San Francisco, CA).

In the first phase, an additional nine cities had expressed interest: Cape Town, South Africa, Tel Aviv, Israel and USA cities Anaheim, CA, Atlanta, GA, Des Moines, IA, Los Angeles, CA, Madison, WI, Minneapolis, MN, and San Antonio, TX.

SITE SELECTION AND GAY GAMES 11 MEDIA

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