Visiting Rio? Don’t forget to download our gay guide to the Rio Olympics!
You may not realize this, but there will be 44 openly LGBT athletes at the Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games — almost twice as many as were at the 2012 London Games. That includes 33 women, 1 trans woman (South African runner Caster Semenya) and 10 men. So while you’re busy channel surfing or watching the Games in person, be sure to watch and cheer on these 10 male athletes — it shouldn’t be too hard to watch them seeing as they’re all both talented and easy on the eyes.
WARNING: One of the shots below is somewhat NSFW because it shows one of the athlete’s butts — ¡escandolo!
Jeffrey Wammes – Gymnastics – Netherlands
Ari-Pekka Liukkonen – Swimming – Finland
Robbie Manson – Rowing – New Zealand
Unfortunately after initially agreeing Rowing NZ have asked that I don't take over the NZ Olympics snap chat account tomorrow. So unfortunately I won't be posting as nzolympics for the day. I will however continue to post stories on my own account: robbie_manson so feel free to follow along there 😊✌🏼
Ian Matos – Diving – Brazil
Tom Daley – Diving – Great Britain
Tom Bosworth – Track & Field – Great Britain
Carl Hester – Equestrian – Great Britain
We both passed the trot up! GP tomorrow for Barney at 2.16, Blueberry at 4.16. You can watch it via the Hartpury website (but don't ask me how)!
Hans Peter Minderhoud – Equestrian – Netherlands
Spencer Wilton – Equestrian – Great Britain