Mar 16, 2011 · Worldwide famous athletes have a long history of posing nude or partially clothed for men's magazines such as Playboy. Katarina Witt, one of the greatest Olympic figure skaters, was the first female athlete to pose naked for Playboy. The December 1998 issue featuring her nude photographs was the second ever sold-out issue of the magazine. Some do it for the money and fame, some do it Author: Timeea. Dec 12, 2015 · The matter of athletes posing nude has always been a polarizing subject. Some are of the opinion that this only serves to sexualize them thus taking away from their talents and achievements in their r Top 25 Female Athletes Who Have Shown It All. by Denizen – on Dec 12, 2015; In 2008, she was one of the four German Olympic athletes to Author: Denizen.
Feb 04, 2014 · The 29 sexiest female Winter Olympians who posed nude have us excited to watch the 2014 Sochi games from home Not because we’re planning on doing anything indecent, it’s just because while we’re at home we don’t have to worry about sharing toilets or being eaten by dogs.Those things are kind of important to us.Author: J Bryant. May 14, 2015 · Track and field’s Amy Lyn Acuff, along with competing for the United States in five Olympic Games in 1996, 2000, 200, 2008 and 2012, posed nude for Playboy in 2004, the same year that she placed fourth in her division at the Summer Olympic Games.Author: Stephanie Whitfield.
Jul 23, 2019 · ESPN has released its annual body issue for the seventh year running, giving us yet another glimpse of the world’s top athletes in the buff. It is truly amazing what hard work and discipline can do to the body, so let us all take a moment to marvel at these very fine specimens.Author: Iris. Here are ten of the most famous and perhaps most lovely and perhaps most famous athletes who have previously posed for Playboy Magazine. 10. Amy Acuff. One of the most renown American high-jumpers, she appeared on the cover of Playboy’s September 2004 issue. Her photos were part of the 12-page nude pictorial “Women of the Olympics”.