Surprise! Gay Gymnast Dominic Clarke Can Sing!

Gay Olympian Dominic Clarke Slays The Voice Audition

Double threat: Olympic gymnast Dominic Clarke has passed the blind audition with flying colors in The Voice Australia

The gay, 25-year-old trampoline gymnast Dominic Clarke slayed his blind audition in The Voice Australia this week. He represented his country at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, was qualified for the final and finishing fourth, which means he did not win a medal.

But Until the next Olympics, Clarke develops his other passion: singing. This week he appeared on the auditions episode, covering Sam Fischer’s “This City,” and he was so good that he had all four judges — Rita Ora, Keith Urban, and former Eurovision starts Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy.

Clarke was born in Plymouth, Devon, England, before moving to Australia as a child. He identifies as gay and queer, and is the pride ambassador for Gymnastics New South Wales he has taught at a public school in New South wales.

Dominic Clarke told Outsports that he identifies as gay and queer: “If I can inspire just one other queer athlete to feel more comfortable and safe in their chosen sport, then I’ve done my job as a Pride ambassador.”

“As a queer-identified athlete, Pride to me means being myself and promoting equality where I can within my chosen sport,” he said in a video prior to the Olympics. “I’m very excited to celebrate diversity, and create safe, inclusive spaces for anybody to feel pride of who they are within gymnastics.”