Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Sin City Classic Sports Festival

The Greater Los Angeles Softball Association (GLASA) announced that 18 LGBTQ sports associations will participate in the 11th annual Sin City Classic Sports Festival that takes place January 11th to 14th in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Sin City Classic is one of the world’s largest LGBTQ sporting events with over 6,000 participants & fans attending. This year’s festivities will be held at the LINQ & Flamingo hotels. Ken Scearce, Sin City Classic Tournament Director stated, “The Sin City Classic provides a fun & safe playing field for the participating LGBTQ athletes to both connect & compete over the course of our four-day event. We encourage all athletes to “Play You” by being themselves, embracing competition & having a good time both on & off the field.” The 18 sports in this year’s festival include: Billiards, Body Building, Bowling, Bridge, Cheer, Diving, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Frisbee, Golf, Ice Hockey, Kickball, Running, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball & Wrestling. Attendees will also be treated to a weekend of hosted events including an Opening Night registration extravaganza, nightly events at local bars & a Closing Ceremony celebration event. Larry Ruiz GLASA Commissioner Larry Ruiz concluded, “Since 1978, GLASA has strived hard in its mission to provide a safe & fun environment to encourage participation in athletics. As we reach our 40th anniversary, we are proud to have grown from a tiny softball league to an organization with dozens of volunteers dedicated to our cause. Not only do we have over 35 local softball teams participating year round, but our Sin City Classic Sports Festival allows us to reach so many more people. We are so excited for the 2018 Sin City Classic!”
For More Info: sincityclassic.org 
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