Athletes posing nude for magazines and other photo shoots show us another dimension of their fearless, bold and athletic selves. They are a novel idea but are no more of shock value because of the sheer number of modern sports persons who agree to get photograph bare-bodied. Here is a list of athletes, some of who just turned up the heat while some created ripples with their bold photos.
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News has a look at the six different covers before the mag hits newsstands on Friday. The pics see the famous sports stars posing nude, highlighting the strength of their bodies, which allow them to perform their sport at a top-notch level. Still, the swimmer, who is a time Olympic medalist, has struggled with body image issues in the past.
United States WWE superstar and former women's champion and actress Ronda Rousey posed nude and covered in just body paint for Swimsuit Illustrated magazine. American alpine skiist Lindsey Vonn appeared in nothing but body paint for Sports Illustrated magazine. Radwanska was excluded from a Catholic movement in Poland following her dare bare act.
Sincethe ESPN Magazine has been releasing a Body Issue where it features sculpted nude bodies of athletes and the stories behind them to serve as an inspiration to others. For the issue, the sports network giant did not disappoint. Here are some photos as posted by ESPN and other athletes.
Skip navigation! Story from Fitness. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the ESPN Magazine Body Issuethe annual spread that honors athletes bodies through nude photos.
DENVER — A Minnesota man faces charges for allegedly downloading Instagram pictures of female Colorado college athletes, pairing those photos in galleries with nude pictures of women who resembled the athletes, then using the spoofed pornography to harass his victims online. Eric Ronald Bolduan, 43, of Rochester, Minnesota, is facing federal charges of interstate communications and stalking after a year-long investigation into the alleged scheme that authorities say targeted at least four women in Colorado, including at least three CU-Boulder cross country team members, and as many as 50 other victims across the country from November to November Federal investigators say Bolduan distributed the altered photos online, where they appeared on several pornographic websites.