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The Winner Takes It All

An attack at the World Outgames in Copenhagen last month miraculously left only one person injured -- runner Dean Koga, who just 24 hours later, his hand wrapped in bandages, turned around and won a gold medal.

Notes From Outgames: The Soccer Player

Our interview from Outgames series continues with Heather Harrison, who was all about volleyball in college, but made the switch to a lesbian soccer league.

Notes From Outgames: The Former Pro

One of the top players here in the men's soccer tournament at the second World Outgames was a former professional for the Pumas UNAM of Mexico City. But that was years ago, and "he" is now Miranda Salman.

Notes From Outgames: The Volleyball Player's coverage of Outgames continues with volleyballer Dave Steeves, who laments being sidelined by a finger injury -- a big deal if you're also a sign-language interpreter.

Let the (Out) Games Begin

With 2,500 fewer participants than organizers had originally hoped for, the second annual Outgames forges ahead in Copenhagen despite the world economic crisis -- one sporting event at a time.