But as the female athletes lunge and jump in the sand, wearing nothing on their lower halves but those small bikini bottoms , we can't help but wonder: how do they stay so, well, hairless? How intense of a bikini wax must beach volleyball players and gymnasts, for that matter get? Luckily the famous pair opened up to Allure this month , dishing on that pesky bikini line. So how do Kerri and Misty cope with the constant bikini waxes? They don't.
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The Winter Olympics kick off February 9 in Pyeongchang, South Korea , where competitors from across the globe will take to frozen halfpipes, courses and rinks. Among them will be these elite female athletes who are hot enough to melt right through all the snow and ice. Obviously, blonde beauty Lindsey Vonn leads the pack. But plenty other sexy sportswomen are worth watching for their awe-inspiring skills and killer looks. Not only does this gorgeous Olympian know how to rock a body paint bikini , she became the first American woman to win a gold medal in the downhill alpine skiing event at the Winter Olympics. With her recent World Cup super-G win, plan on seeing her A-game this year.
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The previous school of thought: In order to get big and strong, you need to eat meat, and lots of it. But now, tons of vegan and plant-based athletes are proving everyone wrong. In fact, recent research from the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition found that vegan athletes get the benefit of a higher intake of carbohydrates, fiber, phytochemicals, antioxidants, and other micronutrients than omnivores. And all of that can contribute to prime performance, whether they're lifting weights or running miles. So yeah, you can totally stick to that veggie-centric life and crush those PRs.