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15 Female Athletes Who Belong in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue
Sports Illustrated released its 2011 Swimsuit Issue, and like always, the women were ridiculously hot. And while I’m certainly not complaining about the models they used, I can help but think a magazine that’s all about sports could have better utilized some female athletes. From time to time, women like Danica Patrick and Anna Kournikova have made the cut. But with so many other beautiful athletes to choose from, there’s really no excuse for not featuring more. Here are 15 examples of female athletes who belong in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Natalie Gulbis is a ridiculously hot female golfer. She’s already posed for magazines like FHM, so how hard could it be to make the jump to S.I.?
Anna Semenovich is a Russian ice dancer who could easily fill out a swimsuit. But as hot as she is, I have a hard time believing she could take a sexier picture than the one featured above.
Anastasia Ashley was a professional surfer. Now, I think she just makes a living off of being hot. And what better way to do that than by posing for S.I.?
There was a time when calling a woman a female golfer was equivalent to calling her a butch tranny. Thanks to girls like Anna Rawson, that’s no longer the case.
Bia and Branca Feres
Despite the fact that these girls are twins, I’ve counted them as one person on this list. Consider it my gift to you.
Some people will argue that WWE wrestlers aren’t truly athletes. No matter where you stand on that, there’s no arguing that Stacy Keibler looks good in a bikini.
Misty May’s name sounds a lot like a stripper or a porn star. However, she’s actually a volleyball player. All three professions happen to involve about the same amount of clothing.
Before her breast reduction surgery, Simona definitely belonged on this list. And now that she’s gone through with it, I’m almost more curious to see what she looks like in a bikini, professionally speaking, of course. I dabble in plastic surgery when I’m not greeting people at Costco.