After already being rescheduled, Pride In London has been cancelled for the second year in a row due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the UK coming out of lockdown and removing most of the restrictions, it seems like it just wasn’t going to be possible to have the Pride that people want and deserve to the organisers decided it was better to just not have one at all.
This week saw the men’s pole vaulting final and you no-one could really touch Sweden's Armand Duplantis, or even his pole for that matter. The world champion wiped the floor with the rest of the competitors leaving him the only one left standing, attempting a world record.
The governing bodies of Australian and New Zealand Rugby have been accused of being ‘selfish, parochial and cowardly’ after deciding to withdraw both teams from the Rugby League World Cup due to take place in England in October and November this year.
Around about the time the Olympics begin, even the most sport hating gay suddenly gets a newfound love of the various different disciplines on display in the two-week programme. Maybe it’s a sense of national pride (the Euros 2020 finale were the most watched TV moment since Princess Diana’s funeral) or maybe, just maybe, it's due to the likes of Nikita Nagornyy.