British Rugby Player Marriage Proposal.

I really need to do a movie about cute random wedding proposals.

This is from Pride in London where Kings Cross Steelers (” the first ever gay inclusive rugby union club” founded in 1995) player Fernando Ferreira got up from a sort of fake play (called a “Line out”) and walked to his boyfriend  Greg Woodford, got down on one knee and proposed to him.

For the record, my own marriage proposal was done over the phone and went like this: “Hey, I was thinking that next time you go back to Toronto to renew your work visa, why don’t I come along and we’ll get married while we’re there? We should do it now so we don’t have to worry about it when it’s time for Canada pensions and shit.” And they say Romance is dead.

Spy Cam..

Here’s an Eastern European guy parading around the changing room, stripping out of his kit and showing off his arse. He has a fine body, nicely hairy arse cheeks and we get a quick flash of his suckable cock as well.

Pro Skateboarder Biran Anderson comes out as Gay.

A rather sweet interview with recently-out gay skateboarder Brian Anderson. Now… someone find his sex tape, we love those scrappy tough guys.

 

Greg Rutherford – Team GB

I think I found a new one to watch. I’m sitting here in a hotel in Colorado watching the games before I head out to my next event. It just so happens that some of the Track and Field events are on. I get a glimpse of this guy on screen. I have a bit of a weakness for hot Gingers, and he’s British – so there’s another weakness. Looks like I’ll be cheering for Team GB for some of these track events!

Great Britan's Greg Rutherford is gunning for his second Olympic long jump title.

Great Britan’s Greg Rutherford is gunning for his second Olympic long jump title.

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It’s not the Olympics without Michael

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I know we’re spending a lot of time at the pools and in the gym, but the wrestling doesn’t kick in until week 2 of the Games, and I’m still waiting to see Rugby. But Damn, Michael Phelps… I can stare at that all day.

 

Back to the Pool – Rio 2016

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Team Greece

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Team Hungary

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Team USA

Water Polo – this has been an over looked aquatic sport for me during the games in the past… but not anymore. Also looking forward to some of the other games as well – Wrestling, Rugby, more swimming, diving and gymnastics, Track and field events.

Diving and Gymnastics – Rio 2016

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Denis Abliazan – Russia

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David Belyavskiy – Russia

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David Boudia and Steele Johnson – US – Diving

 

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Tom Daley – Great Britain

Diving and Gymnastics – two of the best sports for the hottest guys in the games. You can’t go wrong with the tight speedos and spandex that highlight some of the best parts.

 

 

Rio 2016 – Gymnastics

Good Lord are these guys hot! The US men’s team is full of hot muscle and flexibility. Not only is watching the talent they have amazing, watching the muscles and trying to catch a glimpse at what they have in their shorts is quite fun too.

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Danell Leyva – nice amount of fur and muscle!

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Paul Ruggeri and his amazing ass!

Sam

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SAN JOSE, CA – JUNE 30: Sam Mikulak competes on the pommel horse during day 3 of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials at HP Pavilion on June 30, 2012 in San Jose, California. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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Rio 2016 – Opening Ceremonies

Well, they are here – the 2016 Summer Olympics. Still trying to figure out which is more of my favorite to watch, be it the Summer Games or the Winter, but damn the guys of the Summer Games are hot! Now, the Opening Ceremonies were lavish and the chance for Brazil to show it’s stuff.

Now we all know the Parade of Nations to not be terribly exciting, but then the Athletes from Tonga entered the arena. Pita 3 Pita Taufatofua Pita 2

Led by Pita Taufatofua, all oiled up and man was it worth it.

There were plenty of hot guys and I can’t wait to see them in action – Currently I’m catching up on Men’s Gymnastics, Swimming and Cycling.