Ronda Rousey Surprises In Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2015 Edition

Posted: Feb 9 2015, 2:16pm CST | by , Updated: Jul 18 2016, 10:17am CDT, in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Ronda Rousey Suprises in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2015 Edition

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The Sports Illustrated Swim 2015 edition has been published online. Amongst the models, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2015 edition also features two athletes Ronda Rousey and Caroline Wozniacki. Ronda Rousey raises the most attention right now in the social media world.

The 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition has launched online. The print edition of the Swimsuit 2015 Sports Illustrated feature goes officially on sale on Tuesday, but apparently the magazine can be already found today on sale.

The most attention after the online release gets Ronda Rousey's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2015 appearance. Along with Caroline Wozniacki, Ronda Rousey are the two athletes featured in the Swimsuit edition.

Update: Ronda Rousey leads Top 10 Swimsuit 2015 Models in Social Media.

Ronda Rousey photos (see the gallery here) show that women can look tough as nails in a bikini.

The 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition features 16 models plus 7 rookie models. Kate Upton is not among the Swimsuit modesl this year, but Robyn Lawley has her covered. She is supposed to be a plus-sized model. Take a look:

Robyn Lawley

See all Robyn Lawley photos here.

Sports Illustrated selected Hannah Davis as the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model. Besides the surprise pick of Hannah Davis as cover model, the Swim 2015 edition is featuring plus size models for the first time.

Another first is the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Fan festival. The party takes place today in New York at 11am at the Herald Square. On Feb. 11 the swimsuit models including Chrissy Teigen and Lily Aldridge will rock Nashville.

Meet the seven first time Swimsuit edition models. You can vote again for the Rookie of the Year.

You can access the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition online at

Last year the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition celebrated its 50th anniversary. The special feature has been growing to become a huge online media event. The amount of content that Sports Illustrated is publishing online featuring the swimsuit models is staggering. Besides the photo spreads there are tons of videos and special features that keep you on the site for hours.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit franchise reaches more than 70 million people annually, and more men 18 to 34 than the Super Bowl. The iconic franchise now spans more than 20 product extensions in digital social, broadcast, publishing, mobile and consumer products, along with supporting a vibrant experiential marketing business. Since debuting in 1964 Swimsuit has become a pop-culture phenomenon and an established launching pad for successful careers in TV, fashion, business and film including those of Kathy Ireland, Cheryl Tiegs, Tyra Banks and Heidi Klum. All of Swimsuit’s product extensions are built upon a heritage of amazing photography and footage of gorgeous models and athletes from the most exotic locations in the world.

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