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30 November 1999 - Amsterdam; Ever since the Gay Games took place in Amsterdam, already two long years ago, the gay community couldn`t ignore anymore the hundreds, no, thousands of gays and lesbians who like nothing better than sweating it out in some kind of sport. So Gay Business Amsterdam, organiser of the city`s annual Gay Pride weekend, wised up and since those memorable Games days has diligently included sports events in their four day program. After last year`s success with athletes active in football, volleyball, swimming and rowing, Pride 2000 will once again welcome queers from all over Europe to compete in their favourite pastime, but also to revel in the special atmosphere of the Dutch capital when it turns pink all over for one gorgeous long weekend.

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