Caitlyn Jenner will reportedly pose nude for a cover of Sports Illustrated this summer, marking the 40th anniversary of the reality star's gold medal win in the 1976 Olympics men’s decathlon.
According to a report from US Weekly, Jenner will appear on a front cover wearing "nothing but an American flag and her Olympic medal."
The SI cover will be the first time Jenner has posed with the gold medal since undergoing a gender transformation. It will also be the former Olympian's first major magazine cover shoot since appearing on the cover of Vanity Fair last year
Jenner set a new world record during the 1976 summer games in Montreal, scoring 8,618 points in the decathlon, which is made up of 10 different track and field events — four runs, three jumps and three throws. The decathlon's gold medalist is generally given the title of best all-around athlete during the games.
Jenner came out as as transgender last April.
(H/T: Bleacher Report)
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