ESPN Body Issue 2014 Shows All Body Types Can Be Hot

Posted: Jul 9 2014, 5:11am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

 

ESPN Body Issue 2014 Shows all Body Types Can Be Hot
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The ESPN The Magazine Body Issue will be on newsstands on July 11th. ESPN has already release all images online in a massive gallery of human beauty.

The ESPN Body Issue is not as quite as popular as the SI Swimsuit edition, but it is much more diverse. The ESPN Body Issue is in its 6th year and features athlete bodies to die for. The Body Issue treats us to nude photographs of today's top athletes.

The Body Issue also shows that all kinds of body types can look hot or impressive. Tall and skinny as well as short and big. As the models are athletes here, you can feel the power these individuals carry in their bodies that they achieved through hard training.

The ESPN Body Issue 2014 features Marshawn Lynch, Michael Phelps, Venus Williams, Jamie Anderson, Serge Ibaka, Omar Gonzalez, Amy Purdy, Nigel Sylvester, Coco Ho, Aja Evans, Megan, Rapinoe, Prince Fielder, Angel McCoughtry and Bernard Hopkins. Bernard Hopkins is, at almost 50, the oldest athlete posing in the Body Issue.

The 2014 ESPN Body Issue will be released online today, ahead of the July 11th print release. The sexy athlete photos are published online here.

Watch a behind the scenes video of the ESPN The Magazine 2014 Body Issue below.

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