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About TSL:


who we are

TSL, Inc is organized to educate the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allied (LGBTA) public concerning various methods of promoting general health and the benefits of participation in local, national and international competitive sports as a specific means of health promotion.

TSL, a 501(c)(3) organization, exists to educate the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allied (LGBTA) community and to promote a healthy lifestyle through participation in local, national and international sporting competitions. Its values include providing an environment free of discrimination in any form and encouraging athletes to perform at their personal best. Furthermore, TSL seeks to foster a safe environment in which individuals are encouraged to express themselves freely through athletic and cultural endeavors.



TSL membership is open to all. Any person participating in TSL activities as a representative of TSL, Inc. shall be considered a member.



A limited number of scholarships are available through Team Saint Louis, Inc (TSL).  TSL scholarships are intended to help promote participation in athletic events by assisting individuals with the costs of registration. Scholarships are a gift from TSL that are designed to reimburse an individual's "Early" registration fee that has been incurred by competing in a local, regional or international competitive sporting event.



TSL is committed to encouraging and sustaining a community that is free from prohibited discrimination and harassment. TSL prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, genetic information, or age in the administration of its policies, programs or activity.


legacy award:

2011:  Betty Neely

2012:  Jack Lemasters

2013:  Dan Lee and Dale Thiesing (post-humously awarded)

2014:  Tom Walsh

2015:  Ken Becker

2016:  Karen Schmale

2017:  Cindy Walsh

2018:  Kris Kleindienst

2019:  Vince Andrewzejewski

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