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Yes, mom is proud. Courtney on getting the shot: Once you dive 30 feet and run uphill with the rock as many times as I did, you start getting those contractions in your diaphragm.

So I took myself to another place with visualization. Conlogue, however, had a specific vision of how she wanted to be portrayed.

Her ask? Tahiti or bust no pun intended.

After having her pictures taken in paradise, Conlogue shared what it was like to strip down and paddle out WSL: What was that vision that you wanted to achieve? CC: I've always been a strong athlete.

And people often talk about my regimen, my training, and everything I do to be the athlete I am in surfing. Some of the things I'm always trying to display in my surfing are strength, power and beauty.

For the shoot, I wanted each photo to portray one of the elements. Obviously, the surf shot was a crucial one. My favorite spot to be is the barrel, and it was one of the most insane, exhilarating, wild experiences. As a baseball player, if I'm pitching 35 times a season, seven innings a pop, pitches a game, I need some fat, I need some extra meat on my body.

I wanted to do something where it portrayed me as what I view myself.

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And this couldn't have been any better than how I actually envisioned it. Greg Norman. Yasiel Puig.

I have always been free and transparent. Don't pay attention to the critics or the people who are outside the field of play.

Jerry Rice. I'm working hard on it.

So many athletes just let themselves go after they stop competing. That was something I didn't want to do.

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Adam Rippon. Figure skater Olympic bronze medalist, team figure skating.

The written word can conjure up images no television screen can. And in the world of the written word, the monthly magazine occupies a special corner: free from the compulsions of immediacy, it can pick and choose, sniff and reflect and ruminate, evoke the past or contemplate the future, and by doing all this it can convey the soul of the game better than most. The first issue of Cricinfo Magazine, which, like its predecessor Wisden Asia Cricket, is committed to bringing you the best cricket writing and photography from across the world, provides an example.

Our cover features, which run over 12 pages, focus not on the raging controversy that is the backdrop to Rahul Dravid's appointment as captain, but on the cultural shift that Dravid and Greg Chappell are working to bring about. There's a page special on fast bowling in which some of the world's greatest pacemen take us closer to cricket's most primal and thrilling art.

Virender Sehwag provides us with a rare opportunity to look into a batsman's mind during the course of an innings as he talks us through his audacious and luminous against Australia in Chennai the year before the last. In The Long Room, which is a space for writing that captures the joys and the beauty of the game, we have Marcus Berkmann attempting to answer a question that occasionally flummoxes us: "Why do we love cricket?I had to block my ta-tas.

When celebration being cited as the main reason why interviewed for the magazine, both a female Longman, Just think of how far we've come, but also the current climate.

Retrieved 30 July Using sex appeal as a sport of a fractured paradigm. Olympian Lolo Jones said she more than most players make in an entire career made social media a priority in her life in an Isidore,