Great photos of the Women’s Waterpolo Final at Melbourne2020 IGLA Championships from Sydney Stingers Water Polo🌈🤽‍♀️ Last month’s IGLA Melbourne 2020 was the first ever IGLA or Gay Games tournament to feature a dedicated women’s water polo competition. Our Sydney Stingers women joined players from cities including Atlanta, Brisbane, London, Melbourne, Paris, Perth, San Francisco, and Toronto to showcase the incredible sporting talent of LGBTIQ and allied women in our communities. Sydney Stingers along with IGLA are working towards even greater women’s representation at future tournaments!

#IWD2020 #EachforEqual #PrideinSport #Waterpolo #EISSCommunity

View on Facebook

Newsletter Sign Up

Get all the latest IGLA news
We promise not to spam you. Unsubscribe at any time.
Invalid email address

Pink Flamingo

What is the Pink Flamingo?  Our friends and 2016 IGLA hosts Making Waves said it well:

The Pink Flamingo is about having fun.  The Pink Flamingo made its debut in IGLA at the 1989 IGLA championships in Vancouver, BC.

The Pink Flamingo came out of the closet and revealed itself as a full blown queer extravaganza. The best way to describe it now is a drag/aqua follies/synchro show in water. It has to be seen to be believed!  The name “Pink Flamingo” is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office as a service mark belonging to IGLA and its member teams.