When somebody mentions any female athletes, it is only normal that you would imagine them as having a muscular and not so femini When somebody mentions any female athletes, it is only normal that you would imagine them as having a muscular and not so feminine physique, but there are some female athletes who will leave you gasping for breathing with their hot photoshoots that have little or no clothes at all. These female athletes perform brilliantly in their respective sports as well as are able to maintain a figure to die for. From Ashley Harkleroad to Serena Williams you have never seen these beautiful sportswomen in their scorching avatar. Here are 20 Female Athletes who shed their clothes for magazines.
Last week, we told you about the 5 U German woman footballers who were doing a Playboy shoot in order to generate publicity for the team. Now, we know this is exactly the kind of thing that Sepp Blatter would approve of, but it seems a little depressing to us that women should have to exploit their sexuality in order to capture the public's interest in their sport. Then, while browsing through Die Welt today, I found this random slideshow of hyper-stylized black and white, neoclassical photos of nude females athletes from all kinds of obscure sports. The headline translates to "Sports Excellence without Disturbing Clothing". Not sure if this removes all of my doubts expressed above, but hat-tip to the Germans all the same. It's worth pointing out that if you flip through enough of them, in the name of balance, a few male athletes turn up as well. Ireland take on New Zealand tonight before their do-or-die Euro qualifier against Denmark on Monday night.
Kayak racer Nicole Reinhardt 22 , hockey striker Katharina Scholz 25 , sailor Petra Niemann 29 , and Judo fighter Romy Tarangul 20 all bared their sporting spirit for four different Playboy covers. Warning mild nudity ahead. Each of the women discussed their athletic yet feminine athletic physique with the magazine, which hasn't been the least bit controversial in a country known for its liberal attitudes toward nudity.
In some news reports, he was erroneously referred to as Hermann Ratjen and Horst Ratjen. A file containing the findings of an investigation conducted in and into Ratjen's life was made public by Der Spiegel in Ratjen was born in Erichshof, near Bremen , into a family described as "simple folk". The father, Heinrich Ratjen, stated in "When the child was born the midwife called over to me, 'Heini, it's a boy! You can't do anything about it anyway.