Next year at the Tokyo Summer Olympics we will follow more than 100 LGBT athletes.
In recent years, the number of LGBT athletes has risen sharply.
74 LGBTQ contestants competed in London in 2012. Four years later, their number had risen to 84 at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. And we’re expecting over 100 athletes from our community in 2020.
With one year to go until the competition starts, it’s still too early to give you a list of the taking part LGBTQ female athletes. The national team didn’t complete their lists yet. There are still many things that can happen.
We know, however, that many LGBTQ athletes to follow in women’s soccer and volleyball.
Megan Rapinoe, who won the Women’s World Cup in France with Team USA last summer, will be one the sportswomen we will follow at the 32nd Summer Olympics in 2020.
More than 100 LGBTQ athletes will compete at the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo
Next year at the 32nd Summer Olympics in Tokyo, we will follow over 100 LGBT athletes.