My #respectHERgame story featured in the One Toss at a Time blog

The lovely Natalie Dillon was going to write a #respectHERgame related blog entry on her One Toss at a Time blog, and when looking for stories to include, she stopped at mine and asked whether she could use (parts of) my story for her blog. Of course, I agreed to that. Click the link to […]

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#respectHERgame. I too, have a story (2/2)

Unfortunately, I have two stories to share with regards to the #respectHERgame movement. With sharing this story, I speak my truth, and I hope, that by sharing mine, other people, regardless of their respective story and truth, feel empowered and supported by those who have already spoken up.Together, in solidarity, we stand stronger. Enough is […]

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Kelly’s Quest

A little while ago, the wonderful Kelly Jenkins (host of Kelly’s Quest), asked me to share my story.Main focus of this episode is how I became the first openly transgender disc golf world champion last year at the 2019 PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships, and the aftermath of winning that title.

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Breaking Chains: Episode 6

Laura Nagtegaal 2019 AmWorlds Champion Laura Nagtegaal from the Netherlands is the guest. Witty, intelligent, and brave…Laura embodies all of these characteristics. Interview by Breaking Chains host Dan Hornberger source: https://www.buzzsprout.com/741101/4581023-episode-6-laura-nagtegaal

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12 Amateur World Champions Crowned at Codorus State Park

Tennessee’s Noah Osborne celebrating his 15-stroke victory in the Advanced division. Photo: Matt Gregoire, PDGA ­It was a long and grueling week in the greater York, Pennsylvania area for the 2019 PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships, and after one last hurrah on Saturday afternoon it had finally come to an end. 12 new world champions […]

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Fields Remain Tight Going Into Last Day of Am Worlds Prelims

Amateur Masters Women 50+ co-leader Caryn Shearer at Codorus Township Park. Photo: Mike Downes, PDGA It’s hard to imagine competing in an event where, after already having completed five full rounds in three days, you still have one, two, or even two and a half more rounds to go. That’s life here at the 2019 PDGA Amateur […]

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