Hong Kong's bid to host the 2022 Gay Games has been boosted by a $5,000 (£3,800/€4,500) donation from the Sunpride Foundation, it has been announced.
"The People of the Republic of Ireland" are the recipients of the Federation of Gay Games' Medal of Honour Legacy Award for 2015, it has been announced, in recognition of the nation's legalisation of same sex marriage earlier this year.
The Cleveland and Akron 2014 Gay Games was the most financially successful edition of the event in its 32-year history.
Last year's Gay Games in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio injected $52.1 million (£33.5 million/€43.3 million) into the local economy, according to a study carried out by Kent State University.
Sporting action is underway in Cleveland and Akron as an estimated 9,000 athletes participate in the ninth edition of the Gay Games in the United States.
United States President Barack Obama lent his support via an unexpected video message as Gay Games 9 got underway with an Opening Ceremony at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio.
A first major international survey on homophobia in sports is being undertaken to coincide with the ninth edition of the Gay Games, which are due to open tomorrow in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio.
April 20 - A number of Muslim taxi drivers have refused to use cabs featuring rooftop placards promoting this year's Gay Games in Cleveland and Akron based on religious reasons.
March 18 – A group promoting this year's Gay Games became the first lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) themed participants in a St Patrick's Day Parade when they took to the streets of Cleveland, Ohio yesterday.
March 1 - Bomb threats have forced the cancellation of two events at the Russian Open Games - a festival for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community - hours after a smoke bomb was set off.
February 19 - Figures from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) sports community have agreed to form a "Global Event Planning Team" following an open meeting hosted by the Federation of Gay Games (FGG).
Gay Games Federation moves to reopen discussions on combined quadrennial event with rival organisation
October 14 - The Federation of Gay Games (FGG) has written to the Gay and Lesbian International Sports Association (GLISA) outlining dates to potentially reopen discussions on a single combined quadrennial event after the two organisations failed to reach an agreement on the matter last year.
October 7 - Paris were today awarded the 2018 Gay Games ahead of Limerick and London, it has been announced.
October 6 - Paris' bid to host the 2018 Gay Games has been given a big boost by the presence of French Sports Minister Valérie Fourneyron and double Olympic gold medal winning fencer Laura Flessel.
October 4 - Limerick, London and Paris will this weekend begin their final lobbying to be awarded the 2018 Gay Games, which is due to be awarded by the Federation of Gay Games at its Annual General Assembly in Cleveland.