by DANIEL SCHOFIELD
"Rugby has long prided itself on its inclusivity, that it is a game for all shapes and sizes as well as all colours and creeds. Many of Gotham’s players were drawn to the sport by the lack of hierarchy common in other American sports."
1st Prize Winner of NBC Sports Captr'd Contest
by SAM HODGSON
"The Gotham Knights rugby team defies stereotypes and provides a safe venue for gay athletes to be themselves and build community."
by JEAN-PHILIPPE LECLAIRE
by SANDRA CHUMA & NYASHA KADANDARA
What do a female Roman Catholic Priest, a breast cancer survivor, and a gay rugby team have in common? Through 7 short documentaries, we tell the stories of championing change, challenging stereotypes, and taking back power "move the needle". Produced by the 2015 Video Storytelling Class at Columbia Journalism School.
by BENEDICT BROOK
Bingham Cup players from the globe's gay rugby clubs ruminate on the top teams, Aussie wildlife and if Sydney blokes really are the fittest.
by JONATHAN WILLIAMSON
"Years before gay players broke down barriers in the NBA and NFL, a squadron of New Yorkers demanded acceptance in the most rough-and-tumble sport of all."
by Harry Hurt III
Intrepid reporter Harry Hurt III visits the Gotham Knights rugby football club and discovers that wearing skimpy-ish shorts and chasing after balls is quite the exciting thing to do.
by ADVOCATE.COM EDITORS