Chris has been one of the world’s leading openly gay athletes since starting his Powerlifting career at the Gay Games in 1998.
He has since gone on to win multiple mainstream British and World titles, breaking multiple British and World records in his sport.
Chris came out in his sport when there were very few openly gay athletes operating in elite sports worldwide. He quickly realised the importance, significance and the need for an openly gay athlete to be competing in elite sports.
He was one of the first openly gay athletes in the world to win World Championships medals in his sport and his long history of competing as an openly gay athlete gives him unique perspective and views of LGBT Sports today.
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CHRIS MORGAN – CAREER RECORD
During his fifteen year career he has represented England and Great Britain a total of twenty four times, where he has taken a total of twenty six international medals.
He has been World Champion eight times, European Champion three times, British National Champion eighteen times and has won six Gay Games gold medals.
He has been the overall Best Lifter at the British Deadlift Championships five times and has also been the overall Best Lifter at the European Deadlift Championships.
He is currently the holder of multiple World and British strength records in the Deadlift.
Chris is constantly working for the organisation that gave him confidence to be an openly gay athlete, as a global ambassador.
His role for the Federation of Gay Games is to inspire young gay athletes worldwide and help raise awareness of the Gay Games Scholarship Fund.
You can view Chris's full career record by visiting his Wikipedia page in the index below.