Bruce Jenner’s Vanity Fair Cover Revealed

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Call her Caitlyn! Caitlyn Jenner (formerly Bruce Jenner) graces the July 2015 cover of Vanity Fair. Wearing white lingerie with long beautiful curled locks of hair, Caitlyn is gorgeous. She is beautiful, graceful and absolutely stunning. Vanity Fair will introduce us to Caitlyn Jenner in this issue which will hit newsstands June 9th.

ESPN announced today that Caitlyn Jenner will make her first major public appearance at the 2015 ESPYS as she will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award on July 15, 2015.

To see pictures of the cover and to get more on the story check out Vanity Fair’s website by clicking here.

To follow Caitlin Jenner on Twitter, click here!

**Photo from Khloe Kardashian’s Instagram page.

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Jessie Zahner is the owner of Athletchic.com. You can follow her on Instagram (Athletchic) or on Twitter at @Athletchic.

 

3 Things You Need to Know Today

1. #HORNETSBACK – Charlotte Bobcats are finally the Charlotte Hornets, again!! Yes, it is true. Fred Whitfield, COO of the Hornets stated, “Today (May 20, 2014) we complete a task that has never been accomplished before. Bringing a name back to its original market.” Social media and the internet exploded yesterday with excitement about the name change, from poll questions to throw back pictures of Muggsy, Grandmama and Zo, here are something’s you may have missed.

From this moment on

The Charlotte Bobcats Twitter page @bobcats gets really weird…

New Orleans Hornets

The new Charlotte Hornets Twitter account @hornets gets really awesome…

we're back

We come to find that the 5 ft. 3 in. point guard — Muggsy Bogues — is everyones favorite Hornets player ever!

Favorite Hornets Player

2. #NBADraftLottery – The NBA held their draft lottery last night and the fans are not too excited.  For the second year in a row and the third time in four years, the Cleveland Cavaliers will pick at the #1 spot in the 2014 draft.  This poses the question that ESPN.com Poll Center asked, “Does the NBA need to change its draft system?”  We come to find out that the people of Ohio don’t think so!

NBA Draft Pic

Along with that came this follow up question about wanting your team to tank the season if they have no chance of making playoffs.  Here we find mixed emotions from the worldwide fan base on tanking

Tanking Season

3. #TanakaTime ….not exactly – Star pitcher, Masahiro Tanaka, of the New York Yankees walked into Wrigley Field yesterday with a 34-0 record in his last 42 starts. Fortunately for AL East fans everywhere, the 16-27 Chicago Cubs, with Jason Hammel on the mound, served Tanaka his first loss since 2012.

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Jessie Zahner is the owner of Athletchic.com. You can follow her on Instagram (Athletchic) or on Twitter at @Athletchic.

 

ESPN Voters Say Opening Day is Irrelevant

ESPN Voters Say Opening Day is Irrelevant

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(Image from ESPN.com)

Today, ESPN.com held a poll that asked site visitors: How much baseball did you watch on Opening Day?

Being the baseball loving stats nerd that I am, I answered the question the way that only 9% of the country did. I watched several Opening Day games; I was in the minority. A majority 52% of site visitors claimed they did not watch a single game yesterday, on Opening Day. I find this statistic very hard to believe. While checking my social media pages yesterday, all you could see for hours were people posting pictures of their babies in their favorite baseball onesies, party animals tailgating at 8:00AM, smiling faces at a ballpark and post-after-post of “Happy Opening Day”, “Baseball is back!” and “Finally!”.

So did only 48% of the world really tune in to Opening Day? Aren’t we trying to declare Opening Day as a recognized holiday in the United States? If so, what kind of backing is that!

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Jessie Zahner is the owner of Athletchic.com. You can follow her on Instagram (Athletchic) or on Twitter at @Athletchic.