National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame

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National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame
Established 2013
Location Chicago, Illinois 60613
Type Sports
Number of inductees 17
Director Bill Gubrud
Website www.gayandlesbiansports.com

The National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame is a hall of fame established in 2013 to honor LGBT and allied personalities and organizations "whose achievements and efforts have enhanced sports and athletics for the gay and lesbian community". It was established shortly after Jason Collins became the first openly gay NBA player. It is located on the grounds of Center on Halsted in Chicago, Illinois.[1]

2013 inductees[edit]

The 2013 induction class was announced on June 18, 2013, with a formal induction ceremony scheduled for August 2.[2] Those inducted were:[2]

2014 inductees[edit]

The 2014 inductees included:[3]

2015 inductees[edit]

The 2015 inductees included:[4]

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