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Your Boy Jean Claude...

... pimping Volvo trucks now. Doesn't look so hard.

Gay Games: Ellen Sullivan, martial arts

One in a series of first-person articles from athletes competing in the 2010 Gay Games in Cologne. Ellen Sullivan Chicago I’ve been to Cologne once. It was 1979. I was living with a family in...

Lesbian Olympian tells gays to shut up

Former Olympic athlete Lauren Meece, who competed in Judo in 2000, is angry about some perceived push by gays to get Olympic athletes to come out, and she wants gays to shut up. She wrote a column...

Which gold medal is most valuable?

The Summer Olympics just keep getting bigger. There are 302 gold medals up for grabs in Beijing. That's a gold medal every 47 minutes for the sixteen-day span of the games. Doesn't sound so special...

Lesbian fencer speaks out in Beijing

German fencing champion Imke Duplitzer – one of the 10 out athletes in Beijing -- may have missed a gold medal yesterday in women's individual épée, but she should get a diamond-studded...

Hot Olympic siblings

The Hamm brothers certainly gained a lot of attention in Athens in 2004, but this time around it will likely be the Lopez taekwondo trio the press will latch onto. The elder statesman of the bunch...

Paul Daley talks about his passion for MMA and traditinal Martial Arts

Paul Daley talks about his passion for MMA and traditinal Martial Arts

Chuck Norris and BJJ in the US

Recently a video has appeared on YouTube of Chuck Norris presiding over a Las Vegas Gracie Jiu Jitsu seminar in 1988. This video captures a moment in time in which Norris played a pivotal role in the growth of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in the United States. But key facts are gotten wrong in this video, this article gets into the real story of how Chuck Norris helped spread Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Jacob Klensin is back with his second video blog from Thailand. A documentary photographer and...

Jacob Klensin is back with his second video blog from Thailand. A documentary photographer and mixed martial artist, Jacob is in Thailand for a month training Muay Thai at the top gyms and documenting the experience. See Jacob's photography and read his work on http://FigureofFighting.com. Be sure to check out part 1 of Journey through Thailand and stay tuned for future episodes. Brought to you by ProMMAnow.com (http://prommanow.com)

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