Article Title:Gay Games or OutGames?
Category:Events
Author or Credit:Chris Banks
Published on:8th April 2004 - 12:00 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:209
Text:Trouble has been brewing in the Federation of Gay Games for some time now. In November last year, Montreal – the proposed host for the 2006 Games – announced it was splitting from the FGG following disputes over money and control of the event. Chicago won the toss as the new host city. Meanwhile, Montreal forged ahead, forming a new gay sports body over the winter to rival the FGG, after holding a "think tank" with sports groups from around the world. The Gay   
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