i like that she has curves…not skeletor like all the other girls
Damn good thing Time-Warner owns SI, and not CBS. If they did, they’d probably put blackout strips across her cleavage.
They should’ve gone with Hannah Davis (the girl in the top right corner of the cover). She’s the model in the DirecTV Genie commercials.
WOW! She’s definitely a beauty. Hopefully her chance is coming!
But… sports illustrated? She’s like the least athletic-girl I’ve EVER seen. I’m not saying she isn’t hot, but why make her the poster girl of THIS magazine?
erica, is this a serious question? The models have nothing whatsoever to do with sports or athleticism. They are eye-candy to spur the male couch potatoes to get up off their dead asses and go to their rooms and masturbate. Now THAT’S athletic.
If you were a woman, I would say I found my soul mate since you know me so well.
As a young equestrian, Upton showed at the American Paint Horse Association and competed at a national level. With her horse Roanie Pony, she won three APHA Reserve World Championships — 13 and Under Western Riding, 13 and Under Horsemanship, and 14–18 Western Riding. She was named the 13 and Under Reserve All-Around Champion, giving her a total of four reserve championships (2nd place). In addition, Upton ended up third overall on the APHA youth Top Twenty. With a second horse, Zipped, she won 14–18 Western Riding and was included in the top 5 in 14–18 Horsemanship and 14–18 Western Pleasure in 2009
Are you making the argument that she’s athletic because she sat on a horse and got awards for making her tits bounce?
Love her squishy bits SO much.
Nope, not an athlete for sure.
This girl does not have CURVES – she has big boobs, but that does not equal curves. She has no waist whatsoever, no hips, and her legs and arms are toothpicks. She’s very oddly shaped and besides her awesome rack, I’m not sure why she’s so famous.
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Kate Upton poses for the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue making her the first model since Tyra Banks (1996 - 1997) to appear on two consecutive covers. (February 2013)