U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Aly Raisman Took It All Off For ESPN’s Body Issue, Is A Perfect 10

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Oh nothing to see here, just a naked Olympic gold medalist. U.S. gymnastics team member Aly Raisman took it all off for ESPN The Magazine’s upcoming Body Issue, and the judges scores are in…10s all across the board.

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Of her lifelong gymnastics training routine responsible producing her immaculate figure, Aly Raisman told ESPN’s Morty Ain:

We train our whole lives for that one moment. You work your whole life for a minute-and-a-half beam routine. I work out six days, 32 hours a week for the dream of competing at the Olympics again. I’m always eating healthy, always going to bed early. Everything I put into my body is for the purpose of gymnastics.

It sure shows, Aly. It sure shows.

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Raisman is the second U.S. summer Olympic athlete ESPN has confirmed will appear in the Body Issue, following in the footsteps of U.S. women’s soccer player, Ali Krieger.

The publication is set to hit newsstands July 10, 2015.


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