AUGUST 2018 NEWSLETTER

Aug 15, 2018

Greetings, We pray your summer is going good. It is good to have the long days for working and for vacations. As the days shorten, fall is on the horizon. We continue to stand up for Christian athletes. We are going on our thirteenth year in Madison. We live a few blocks from the University…

CrossFit To Allow Transgenders To Compete In 2019 (News Release)

Aug 6, 2018

Contact: 4 WINDS, 608-469-7956 MADISON, Wis., August 5, 2018 /4 Winds USA/ – CrossFit’s CEO and Founder Greg Glassman announced that transgenders will be allowed to compete in the 2019 CrossFit Games. Glassman announced this at a Madison, Wisconsin event hosted by the LGBTQ CrossFit group OUTWOD. Glassman presented them with a $10,000 check. The…

Air Force Applauds First Military Player Who Is Gay (News Release)

Jul 30, 2018

Contact: 4 WINDS, 608-469-7956 MADISON, Wis., July 30, 2018 /4 Winds USA/ – A defensive back at the Air Force Academy, Bradley Kim announced on Friday that he is gay. He shared his story on Instagram and with OutSports. He is the first active player at a service academy to publicly come out. “The biggest…

Some Top Athletes Support The Cheating Of Transgender And Intersex Athletes (News Release)

Jul 14, 2018

Contact: 4 WINDS, 608-469-7956 MADISON, Wis., July 14, 2018  /4 Winds USA/ – Intersex track athlete Caster Semenya from South Africa continues to have a record summer on the European circuit. This may be her last year to perform well as the International Olympic Committee will force intersex and transgender athletes to keep their testosterone…

Not everybody is smiling over ‘civil rights’ gone wrong (Quoted in Article)

Jun 26, 2018

Braving accusations of bigotry, coaches and parents are finally speaking out about transgender female athletes who are crushing girls in high school track. In the state of Connecticut, biological males Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood placed first and second respectively when runners competed in state finals in recent weeks. Miller, in fact, set a meet record…

Vikings host ‘LGBTQ summit’ to promote ‘inclusion’ in sports (Quoted in Article)

Jun 22, 2018

The Minnesota Vikings are hosting a conference and fundraiser today for “LGBTQ inclusion in sports,” the first of its kind in the National Football League (NFL). The event will include speeches, interviews, and panel discussions with a variety of athletes, coaches, and activists who are homosexual or transgender, CBS 4 reported when the event was…

VCY Radio Interview On 105 Radio Stations: The LGBTQizing of Sports

Jun 22, 2018

Steve McConkey is the president of 4 Winds Christian Athletics, a sports ministry that takes a stand for Christian athletes and encourages athletes to defend Christianity. Steve began by noting how there’s no testosterone test for numerous women’s athletic events. In the case of the Olympics, he indicated that there’s been victory in the last…

Vikings hosting unprecedented LGBTQ inclusion summit (Quoted in article)

Jun 20, 2018

Thursday will mark the first time a team from the National Football League will host a summit and fundraiser to solely emphasize the inclusion of homosexuals and transgenders in professional sports. The all-day event promoting alternative lifestyles will take place at the new headquarters of the Minnesota Vikings, where the “Purple People Eaters” will host…

NFL Team to Host Gay “Inclusion” Summit (Quoted In Article)

Jun 11, 2018

June is “gay pride” month across America, and one NFL team is diving in head-first. The Minnesota Vikings organization announced that it will host a special June 21 summit focused on the “critical importance” of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) inclusion in sports. The first-ever NFL event will bring together athletes, coaches, team…

Minnesota Vikings To Host First NFL LGBTQ Summit (News Release)

Jun 5, 2018

Contact: 4 WINDS, 608-469-7956 MADISON, Wis., June 5, 2018 /4 Winds USA/ – The Minnesota Vikings will be the first NFL team to host a summit on LGBTQ athletes in sports. The event is scheduled for June 21 at the new practice facility. Olympic diver Greg Louganis, triathlete Chris Mosier, and former NFL defensive tackle…

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