Women of the Olympics : Magazine's September issue provides pictorial featuring natural athleticism of the human form
While the 2004 Olympic Summer Games will offer a chance to see some of the most awe-inspiring athletics and fierce competition in the world, the magazine offers a unique showcase celebrating the athleticism of the human form -- a 12-page pictorial in the Women of the Olympics September issue.
Photographer Arny Freytag selected the eight models who appear in the layout. "This pictorial is different and fun and really shows natural and physical beauty," said Freytag. "Lots of open spaces, blue skies, the chance to capture the athletes in motion."
As the September issue hits newsstands, Olympians will be hitting the scene in the Athens Olympic Village. "One of the big misconceptions is that every athlete is 100 percent serious about being there," said cover girl Amy Acuff, an American high jumper and two-time Olympian. "A number of athletes in the Village -- people who know they don't have a chance -- are there to have a party."
The following athletes are featured in the Women of the Olympics pictorial:
Beginning Friday, August 13, visitors to the magazine's website will be able to read Amy Acuff's Olympic Diary, an exclusive inside report on the latest happenings in Athens by September's cover girl.
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