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Eyes have it: Ezekiel Elliott featured in ESPN's Body Issue

26 June 2017

Numerous world's elite athletes have participated in this issue over the years, and today The Magazine announced the 23 athletes featured in the ninth annual BODY Issue.

The ninth annual edition of the Body Issue is out on July 8 (NZT).

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The Magazine launched the BODY franchise nearly a decade ago with one mission: to celebrate and showcase the athletic form through powerful images and interviews.

You can see a video preview for the upcoming issue below. The dispute was settled less than a week before the start of the championships, and the USA went on to win the gold medal after defeating Canada 3-2 in overtime during the gold medal game.

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Your 2017 Body Issue athletes are ... Other athletes baring flesh include Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas, New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman, Philadelphia Eagles TE Zach Ertz, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, and Los Angeles Sparks forward and 2016 WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike.

The yearly publication, which began in 2009, features athletes from across the globe stripped down in an exploration of the athletic body in photographs, with only props from the athlete's sport to cover up.

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Photos, interviews and videos with all of the athletes will debut on ESPN.com on July 5, and the magazine will hit newsstands two days later.

Eyes have it: Ezekiel Elliott featured in ESPN's Body Issue