Charlie Martin will race in the Michelin Le Mans Cup in 2019, moving her a step closer to becoming the first transgender competitor in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
On what would have been his 58th birthday, Justin Fashanu is remembered by his former manager Frank Clark, friend Alan Quick, and artist Colin Yates.
Altrincham donned a rainbow-coloured kit on Saturday in support of football's fight against homophobia.
Non-league Altrincham are changing from their traditional red-and-white stripes to a rainbow kit this weekend. So what's the story?
Joe Root's riposte to the Windies' Shannon Gabriel during this week's Test match has been praised by England rugby stars James Haskell and Tom Wood.
Joe Root has been praised by Stonewall, the UK's leading LGBT equality charity, for challenging Windies bowler Shannon Gabriel.
What's it like to be out in the game? Football coaches Luke Tuffs and Emma O'Connor, and referee Lucy Clark, discuss their experiences.
As Thomas Hitzlsperger reflects positively on coming out five years ago, Collin Martin's experience and the movie 'Mario' - now on Sky Cinema - are also talking points.
Raymond Mashamba who was outed as gay in Zimbabwe while officiating at an international football tournament in London, has been given permission to stay in the UK.
The story behind Watford's rainbow mosaic is told in one of four short films released by the Premier League to mark their campaign support.
Golfer Mel Reid has urged people to be "proud of who you are" after coming out as gay in an online interview.
Transgender boxer Patricio Manuel made history on Saturday with a unanimous decision victory over Mexican super-featherweight Hugo Aguilar in Indio, California.
A new survey of football fans who are LGBT+ has found over 63 per cent experienced incidents of anti-LGBT language or behaviour last season.
New AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes has apologised for comments he made on social media and insists he has no problems with same-sex marriage.
Celtic and Rangers will show their support for Rainbow Laces at their Scottish Premiership matches on Wednesday night.
Watford and Manchester City players walked out in front of a colourful mosaic organised by fans at Vicarage Road on Tuesday.
Football's anti-discrimination charity Kick It Out has expressed its "serious concerns" over tweets posted by new AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes.
West Ham's Gilly Flaherty believes women's football "deserves credit" on inclusion and says Rainbow Laces is "a wonderful campaign".
The "obsession" by some for a Premier League player to come out distracts from the focus of Rainbow Laces, says Adam Crafton.
Premier League clubs showed their support for the Rainbow Laces campaign on Saturday.
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