The final word on Hotlanta Classic XVII

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The reviews are in: Though downsized from past years, the Hotlanta Classic XVII last weekend drew favorable reactions from participants. It also brought 14 teams of gay jocks to the courts of Emory, which isn’t a bad way to spend a weekend.

“It’s a good way to practice,” says Beto Sansiberio. “It’s s smaller tournament, so it’s a good way to get that synergy together. The facility is amazing. I haven’t been in a nicer facility than this one.”

For more reaction on the tournament, read my Southern Voice sports column.

Go here for a gallery of photos from the event.


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