Ezekiel Elliott, Julian Edelman and Javier Baez are amongst the 23 professional athletes included in ESPN The Publication’s yearly Body Problem, which starts its rollout today on SportsCenter and ESPN.com, and is on newsstands July 7.
The ninth yearly Body Problem commemorates and showcases the athletic kind. Its release will consist of pictures, interviews and videos with a few of the most significant names in sports.
Signing up with Elliott, Edelman and Baez is two-time NBA All-Star Isaiah Thomas of the Boston Celtics, San Jose Sharks colleagues Brent Burns and Joe Thornton, Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz and his spouse, Julie Ertz, of the United States females’s soccer group, 2016 WNBA most important gamer Nneka Ogwumike of the Los Angeles Stimulates, and tennis star Caroline Wozniacki.
Likewise included are Brianna Decker, Kacey Bellamy, Meghan Duggan, Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson, Monique Lamoureux-Morando and Alex Rigsby of the United States females’s hockey group.
World Series win? Inspect. WBC silver medal? Inspect. And now, Javier Baez is presenting in ESPN’s ninth edition of the Body Problem. He spilled on his special physical presents, the art of tagging and how he’s influenced by his Puerto Rican roots.
Other professional athletes consist of professional softball gamer A.J. Andrews, New Zealand All Blacks center Malakai Fekitoa, Olympic freestyle snowboarding silver medalist Gus Kenworthy, Olympic bronze-medal-winning figure skater Ashley Wagner, Mixed Martial Arts fighter Michelle Waterson, adaptive snowboarder/mountaineer and retired Marine Corps sergeant Kirstie Ennis, and four-time Olympic track and field medalist Novlene Williams-Mills of Jamaica, who is the very first breast cancer survivor to appear in the concern.
Extra video material will appear all today on SportsCenter. Pictures, individual interviews and videos of all the Body Problem professional athletes will debut on ESPN.com on July 5, followed by the release of the publication 2 days later on.