Gay Games VIII Cologne 2010

. From 31 july to 7 august 2010 cologne will have the Gay Games VIII Cologne 2010 , with the motto “Be part of it”.
The Gay Games VIII Cologne 2010 are the world’s largest sports and cultural festival.
The cultural events (31 July-07 August 2010) are expected to draw some 2000 participants to Cologne .
A key component of the culture program of the Cologne Gay Games 2010 is the International Rainbow Memorial Run as a reminder of the victims of HIV / AIDS and breast cancer.
(Date : Saturday, July 31st 2010; 12:00 p.m. / Start : Rheinpark-Entrance Trade Fair West)

After the games , Cologne offer more than Sports .

Gay Cologne has a huge number of gay and lesbian bars, cafes, restaurants and clubs .
The first Gay Games took place in 1982 in San Francisco, bringing together 1,350 athletes from a dozen countries. The Games have been held every four years since in world-class cities.
Last time in Gay Games VII in Chicago in 2006 .
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