Must-Read: 50 Curviest Women in Sports
We love sports around these parts, and this is one of our favorite sports times of the year. You have the NHL playoffs in full swing, the NBA playoffs just a week away from taking over our TV screens for the next few months, the NFL draft getting prepped — meaning daily sightings of Mel Kiper, Jr. and his glorious head of hair — and baseball still at that point in the season where all of the teams still technically have a shot at post-season glory. (Yes, even the Pirates and Cubs.)
One thing that’s missing from the above intro full of glee and mirth, though, is women’s sports. We try not to be sexist here too too often, but we just can’t get as excited about female sports as much as male. That makes us, according to the ratings of women sports, pretty normal. But we do feel that, all too often, women get the short end of the stick when it comes to athletic pursuits. So today we’re going to try to compensate for that a bit by offering up this selection from the Bleacher Report which features a gallery of the “50 curviest women in sports.”
Curvy? What exactly does that mean? Let’s start the explanation with this glorious shot of Penny Mathis from the world of MMA:
And sure, so she’s more of a “model” than an actual “sports person.” But still. She’s in sports. The point is, there’s a lot of hot women at the above link, and they sort of have a nebulous relationship to the world of sports. So what are you doing reading this when you can view them by just clicking the link?
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.