(NEW YORK) -- ESPN Magazine's annual salute to outstanding athletes features photographs revealing their powerful bodies in ways you've never seen, without jerseys or athletic gear, unclothed.
The Body Issue celebrates and singles out an array of athletes from various sports for their achievements on three alternating covers.
The iconic issue will feature images of the 2018 Super Bowl champion Eagles offensive line, world No. 1 professional golfer Brooks Koepka, U.S. Women's National Soccer Team star Kelley O’Hara, gymnast Katelyn Ohashi and more.
Ohashi, the UCLA gymnast who wowed judges, teammates, competitors and just about everyone on social media with her perfect 10 routine that went viral, posed mid-air for this year's Body Issue cover.
ESPN snapped shots of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup champ O'Hara still celebrating with a bottle of champagne.
The official gallery, including photos and athlete story pages, will go live on espn.com on Wednesday, Sept. 4.
Here is the full 2019 athlete roster:
- Scout Bassett, U.S. Paralympic Track and Field Athlete
- Liz Cambage, Las Vegas Aces Center
- Katrin Davidsdottir, CrossFit Women’s Champion 2015 & 2016
- Eagles Offensive Line: Super Bowl Champions 2018
- Brandon Brooks
- Lane Johnson
- Jason Kelce
- Isaac Seumalo
- Halapoulivaati Vaitai
- Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns Defensive End
- James Hinchcliffe, IndyCar Series Driver
- Alex Honnold, Climber
- Evander Kane, San Jose Sharks Left Wing
- Brooks Koepka, PGA Tour Golfer and World #1
- Nancy Lieberman, Hall of Fame: WNBA
- Amanda Nunes, UFC Champion
- Kelley O’Hara, USWNT and Utah Royals Defender
- Katelyn Ohashi, Gymnast
- Chris Paul, Oklahoma City Thunder Point Guard
- Lakey Peterson, WSL Surfer
- Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints Wide Receiver
- Christian Yelich, NL MVP and Milwaukee
The 11th Annual "Body Issue" hits newsstands Sept. 6 and will be the last year that it runs in print.
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