These Are All of the Athletes Who Will Appear in the 2019 ESPN Body Issue

Another year, another edition of ESPN the Magazine‘s annual Body Issue. The 11th annual issue will hit newsstands on September 6, while the official photos will be released online on Wednesday, September 4.

This year’s issue features a roster of athletes from a variety of sports including NL MVP Christian Yulich, UFC champion Amanda Nunes, two-time CrossFit Women’s Champion Katrin Davidsdottir, viral gymnast Katelyn Ohashi, No. 1-ranked golfer Brooks Koepka, the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles offensive line, and many more like Las Vegas Aces center Liz Cambage, IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe, United States women’s national team and Utah Royals defender Kelley O’Hara.

ESPN the Magazine created the Body Issue “in celebration of the athletic form, ESPN The Magazine’s BODY Issue has featured athletes of all shapes and size, representing numerous sports.”

A full look at the athletes who will appear in the 2019 ESPN Body Issue can be seen below.


2019 ‘ESPN the Magazine: Body Issue’ Athletes

  • Scout Bassett, U.S. Paralympic track and field athlete
  • Liz Cambage, Las Vegas Aces center
  • Katrin Davidsdottir, CrossFit Women’s Champion 2015 and 2016
  • Brandon Brooks, Eagles Offensive Line: Super Bowl Champions 2018
  • Lane Johnson, Eagles Offensive Line: Super Bowl Champions 2018
  • Jason Kelce, Eagles Offensive Line: Super Bowl Champions 2018
  • Isaac Seumalo, Eagles Offensive Line: Super Bowl Champions 2018
  • Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Eagles Offensive Line: Super Bowl Champions 2018
  • Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns defensive end
  • James Hinchcliffe, IndyCar Series driver
  • Alex Honnold, climber
  • Evander Kane, San Jose Sharks winger
  • Brooks Koepka, PGA Tour golfer and World No. 1
  • Nancy Lieberman, WNBA Hall of Famer
  • Amanda Nunes, UFC champion
  • Kelley O’Hara, USWNT and Utah Royals defender
  • Katelyn Ohashi, gymnast
  • Chris Paul, Oklahoma City Thunder guard
  • Lakey Peterson, WSL surfer
  • Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints wide receiver
  • Christian Yelich, NL MVP and Milwaukee Brewers outfielder

The 2018 ESPN Body Issue featured Charlotte Flair, Megan Rapinoe, Saquon Barkley, Jerry Rice, Jessie Diggins, Sue Bird, Yasiel Puig, Lauren Chamberlain, and more.

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