Boxers, ballerinas, and basketball players are all among the 18 incredibly fit participants that agreed to take off their clothes for a good cause. Photographer and former biathlete Dominika Cuda was the one who came up with the idea for the project that took one year to complete. Unlike most calendars, includes more than just 12 pictures. Instead of just giving each athlete a separate month, the author of the idea created a page personal sport planner that will allow the person to track their training progress, sleeping patterns and nutritional plans all whilst admiring the beautifully captured bodies. This calendar benefits One Year Fund, a charity that supports underfunded young athletes by raising money for footwear, clothing and equipment they need. Cuda, who struggled to find funding when she was an athlete herself, is now exited to help the younger generation to pursue their dreams.
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Photos from MU's loss to host Seton Hall
When you hear the phrase " celebrity sex tape ," certain images quickly come to mind. You think about a pair of impossibly hot people getting in on in front of a camera - right? Unfortunately, that's not always the case. There are plenty of not-so-gorgeous stars who like to capture those intimate moments.
Photos: Seton Hall 57, Marquette 51
When somebody mentions any female athletes, it is only normal that you would imagine them as having a muscular and not so femini When somebody mentions any female athletes, it is only normal that you would imagine them as having a muscular and not so feminine physique, but there are some female athletes who will leave you gasping for breathing with their hot photoshoots that have little or no clothes at all. These female athletes perform brilliantly in their respective sports as well as are able to maintain a figure to die for. From Ashley Harkleroad to Serena Williams you have never seen these beautiful sportswomen in their scorching avatar.
The international war crimes tribunal at the Hague heard yesterday that "unimaginable horrors" including gang rape, torture and sexual enslavement were perpetrated against Muslim women and girls by Serb troops in the early days of the Bosnian conflict. Opening a landmark case against three former Bosnian Serb soldiers, UN prosecutors charged that they were the men whose individual brutality in their home town had made possible the wider project of ethnic cleansing. Dragoljub Kunarac, Radomir Kovac and Zoran Vukovic are accused on 33 counts of crimes against humanity and crimes against the laws and customs of war.