Gus Kenworthy photo by Jen Rotstein Olympian Gus Kenworthy has gone from athlete to actor to author to activist TAMMYE NASH | Managing Editornash@dallasvoice.com Olympic freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy — lauded by Rolling Stone Magazine as “the first action-sports star to come out” after coming out as a gay man in an October 2015 interview with ESPN — announced earlier this year that he was retiring from competitive skiing after a career of more than 10 years in the sport that has included AFP World Championship overall titles, World Cup championships and an Olympic silver medal.
But that doesn’t mean he’s going to be taking it easy. He intends to continue his acting career and will be turning some of his focus to writing, as well.
This weekend, Kenworthy will be in Dallas to accept the Elizabeth Birch Equality Award at the 41st annual DFW Black Tie Dinner.
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