The ESPN Body Issue 2017 features a line-up of elite athletes wearing an attitude and little else.
Of the 23 athletes featured in the Issue, exclusive interviews with a number of them have already been published online at ESPN.com.
Through these interviews, we learn intimate facts about the athletes like that Wozniacki was once punched in the face by a male boxer and Elliot of the Dallas Cowboys enjoys wearing cropped tops.
Some of the other athletes include MMA fighter ‘Karate Hottie’ Michelle Waterson and four-time Olympic track and field medalist Novlene Williams-Mills of Jamaica – the first breast cancer survivor to appear in the Body Issue. The full line-up of athletes can be viewed here.
Last year’s edition starred celebrated MMA fighter Conor McGregor, Dwayne Wade of the Chicago Bulls, and triathlete Chris Mosier (also the first transgender athlete to star in a Nike ad). View the full Body Issue 2016 here.
The ESPN Body Issue 2017 debuts online on ESPN.com on July 5 and hits newsstands July 7.
Meanwhile, check out some of the photos from the issue below. These are NSFW:
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