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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is published annually by American magazine. The cover photograph features women wearing swimwear in exotic locales. According to some, the magazine is the arbiter of supermodel succession. The swimsuit issue of the magazine carries advertising that, in 2005 amounted to US million in value. New issues come out around the middle of February or later. First published in 1964, it is credited with making the bikini, invented in 1946, a legitimate piece of apparel. The issue that got the most letters was the 1978 issue. The best selling issue was the 25th Anniversary Issue with on the cover in 1989.

Through the years, many models, such as,,,,,,,,,, and, have been featured on the cover. Other models within its pages, but not on its cover, include,,,, and. The eight models featured on the cover of the 2006 issue were featured in a coffee-table book called. Photographed by and produced by Diane Smith, the unprecedented "reunion shoot" featured 139 pages of previously-unpublished images. In 2006, the issue expanded publishing to. In 2007, the swimsuit issue first became available in China.

Contents

History[]

The swimsuit issue was invented by Sports Illustrated editor to fill the winter months, a typically slow point in the sporting calendar. He asked fashion reporter Jule Campbell to go on a shoot to fill space, including the cover, with a beautiful model. The first issue, released in 1964, entailed a cover featuring and a five-page layout. Campbell soon became a powerful figure in modeling and molded the issue into a media phenomenon by featuring "bigger and healthier" California women and printing the names of the models with their photos, beginning a new supermodel era. In the 1950s, a few women appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, but the 1964 issue is considered to be the beginning of the current format known as the Swimsuit Issue. In 1997, Tyra tyra banks photos sports illustrated Banks was the first black woman on the cover. Since 1997, the swimsuit issue has been a stand-alone edition, separate from the regular weekly magazine.

Non-models in the magazine[]

Female athletes have appeared in swimsuit shoots. appeared in 1997. In the 2003 issue, tennis player and figure skater were featured inside the magazine. In 2016, UFC fighter became the first female athlete to appear on the cover. However, appeared in an inset on the 2004 cover, and had a photo spread within its pages.

In 2005, Olympic gold medalists and, along with and, were featured. appeared in an inset on the 2006 cover and had a spread inside. In spring 2006, Sports Illustrated chose music as the theme for the 2007 issue. Swimsuit editor Diane Smith wanted -winner to pose. In 2006, Beyoncé launched a swimsuit line under her clothing label. Beyoncé Knowles became the first singer, and first non-model, to appear on the cover in 2007.

In 2008, cheerleaders appeared for the first time. Teams include the,,,,,,,,, and.

Race car driver appeared in 2008. She was featured in a four-page spread set in.

For the 2010 issue, four female Winter Olympians appeared in swimsuits:,,, and. They were joined by tennis player. Criticism of Ivanovic's appearance in the magazine shortly surfaced, as the Serb was suffering a decline in form and confidence and subsequently dropped out of the 's Top 50 a month after appearing in the magazine. However, since November 2010, Ivanovic has re-entered the World's Top 20 and regained her old form and confidence.

Australian hurdler appeared in the 2013 issue after having gained notoriety for her warm-up dance routine, which went viral on YouTube.

Danish tennis player appeared in the 2015 issue. She is an active player, formerly world number one, and was photographed at in the Gulf of Mexico by Walter Iooss, Jr.

Top ranked Canadian tennis player appeared for the first time in the 2017 issue. She is an active player who has achieved a top five rank in tennis in 2014.

Reception[]

To some people, the magazine is an acceptable exhibition of female sexuality not out of place on a. The swimsuit edition is controversial both with moralists who subscribe for sports news content as well as with those who feel that the focus on fashion and swimsuit modeling is inappropriate for a sports magazine. Feminists have expressed that "the Swimsuit Issue promotes the harmful and dehumanizing concept that women are a product for male consumption".

At times, subscriptions have been cancelled by subscribers. The 1978 edition, remembered for its fishnet bathing suit made famous by, resulted in 340 cancellations.Sports Illustrated makes the controversy a form of entertainment with the issue two weeks after the swimsuit edition packed with complainants such as shocked parents and troubled librarians. Recently, the number of cancellations has declined. Nonetheless, to avoid controversy, Sports Illustrated has, since 2007, offered its subscribers the option of skipping the swimsuit edition for a one issue credit to extend their subscription by a week.

On the cover[]

Main article:

  • 1964: Babette March
  • 1965: Sue Peterson
  • 1966: Sunny Bippus
  • 1967: Marilyn Tindall
  • 1968: Turia Mau
  • 1969: Jamee Becker
  • 1970: Cheryl Tiegs
  • 1971: Tannia Rubiano
  • 1972: Shelia Roscoe
  • 1973:
  • 1974:
  • 1975: Cheryl Tiegs
  • 1976:
  • 1977: Lena Kansbod
  • 1978:
  • 1979:
  • 1980:
  • 1981:
  • 1982:
  • 1983: Cheryl Tiegs
  • 1984: Paulina Porizkova
  • 1985: Paulina Porizkova
  • 1986: Elle Macpherson
  • 1987: Elle Macpherson
  • 1988: Elle Macpherson
  • 1989: Kathy Ireland
  • 1990:
  • 1991: (Montana)
  • 1992: Kathy Ireland
  • 1993:
  • 1994: Kathy Ireland, Elle Macpherson, and Rachel Hunter
  • 1995:
  • 1996: Valeria Mazza and Tyra Banks
  • 1997: Tyra Banks
  • 1998: Heidi Klum
  • 1999: Rebecca Romijn
  • 2000: Daniela Pestova
  • 2001:
  • 2002:
  • 2003: Petra Němcová
  • 2004: ; inset Anna Kournikova
  • 2005: ; inset, Marisa Miller, and Yamila Diaz
  • 2006: All-star Past Cover Models: Veronica Varekova, Elle Macpherson, Rebecca Romijn, Rachel Hunter, Daniela Pestova, Elsa Benítez, Carolyn Murphy, and Yamila Diaz; inset Heidi Klum and Maria Sharapova
  • 2007: Beyoncé Knowles; inset
  • 2008: Marisa Miller; inset Heidi Klum
  • 2009: Bar Refaeli; inset Brooklyn Decker
  • 2010: Brooklyn Decker
  • 2011: ; inset
  • 2012: Kate Upton; inset
  • 2013: Kate Upton; inset
  • 2014:,, ; flip-side cover:
  • 2015: Hannah Davis
  • 2016:,, (three separate covers)
  • 2017: (three separate covers)
  • 2018:

The 2008–2013 covergirls were announced on. The 2014 and 2017 covergirls were announced on. The 2015 cover model was announced on.

Cover history[]

Most covers by model Model Number of covers Issues Elle Macpherson 5 1986, 1987, 1988, 1994, 2006 Christie Brinkley 3 1979, 1980, 1981 Cheryl Tiegs 3 1970, 1975, 1983 Kathy Ireland 3 1989, 1992, 1994 Daniela Pestova 3 1995, 2000, 2006 Kate Upton 3 2012, 2013, 2017 Paulina Porizkova 2 1984, 1985 Tyra Banks 2 1996, 1997 Rachel Hunter 2 1994, 2006 Rebecca Romijn 2 1999, 2006 Elsa Benítez 2 2001, 2006 Yamila Diaz-Rahi 2 2002, 2006 Veronica Varekova 2 2004, 2006 Carolyn Murphy 2 2005, 2006

Locations[]

The swimsuit issue was once predominantly shot in one country per year. As the issue has grown in size, the number of locations has also risen.

  • 1964:
  • 1965:
  • 1966:
  • 1967:
  • 1968:
  • 1969:
  • 1970:
  • 1971:
  • 1972:
  • 1973: Bahamas
  • 1974: Puerto Rico
  • 1975:
  • 1976: Baja California
  • 1977:
  • 1978:
  • 1979:
  • 1980:
  • 1981:
  • 1982:
  • 1983:
  • 1984:
  • 1985: Australia
  • 1986:
  • 1987: Dominican Republic
  • 1988:
  • 1989:, Seychelles, Kenya,,,
  • 1990:,
  • 1991: Cruise theme –,,
  • 1992: Spain
  • 1993:,,,,
  • 1994: Pool theme –,, Florida, Bali,,,, Mexico,
  • 1995:,
  • 1996:
  • 1997: Bahamas,,, Mexico,
  • 1998: Equator theme –, Kenya,,,
  • 1999:,
  • 2000: Pacific theme –, Oahu, Maui, Mexico
  • 2001:, Greece, Italy, Bahamas,
  • 2002: Latin theme – Mexico,, Costa Rica, Brazil,,
  • 2003:, Kenya,, Florida Keys, Colorado,,
  • 2004:,,,, Arizona,,
  • 2005:,,,,,,,,,
  • 2006:,, Las Vegas,, and,
  • 2007: Music theme –,,, and, and, Los Angeles,,
  • 2008:, and,,,,,,
  • 2009:,,,,,
  • 2010:,,,,,
  • 2011:,,,,,,
  • 2012: and,, and,,
  • 2013:,,,,, and,
  • 2014:,,, and,,,,,
  • 2015: American issue: West Coast,, ;, ; (,,,,,, ); Parks - Monument Valley -, Bryce Canyon -, Yellowstone -,,, ; ; Caneel Bay, ;
  • 2016: ; ;, ; ; ; ;, ;,
  • 2017: ;, ; ; ;,
  • 2018: Tierra del Sol Resort & Golf, ; Haute Harbour Island, ; Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club, ; Hermitage Plantation Inn,

Swimsuit Video, the Swimsuit Issue on video and in television specials[]

Beginning in the late 1980s, Sports Illustrated allowed television specials to be aired which were later released as video versions of its Swimsuit Issue. The first releases were available on or (LD), and later releases have been available on.

In 1989, The Making of the Sports Illustrated 25th Anniversary Swimsuit Issue was a television documentary by which later became available on VHS by Maysles Films. In 1992, a behind-the-scenes made-for-HBO special documentary was released on VHS as the Sports Illustrated Behind the Scenes: Official Swimsuit Video. In 1993, Sports Illustrated: The 1993 Swimsuit Video was released by HBO films. The next year, Sports Illustrated 1994 Swimsuit Issue Video was released on video by Dakota North Entertainment. Since then, the annual video version of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has been called the Swimsuit Video. In 1995, Sports Illustrated began distributing television specials based on the issue, titled '[Year] Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Special'. The hour-long specials have aired on and and of several specials from 2002 to 2004 are available on. In 2004, the Sports Illustrated 40th Anniversary Swimsuit Special: American Beauty featured videos of the swimsuit beauties at various US locations, some of which are not usually thought of as beaches: e.g., the host and at the in, and on a farm near. The more recent videos have included some "uncensored" scenes.

For January 2005, produced the, a show documenting twelve previously unknown as they competed against one another over five weeks for the grand prize: a pictorial in the 2005 edition of the Swimsuit Issue and a modeling contract with worth one million. won the competition.

Prior to the release of the 2011 issue, aired a preview special on the 101 Network, revealing the models in that year's edition. The show was hosted by and.

See also[]

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Further reading[]

Criticism Photography
  • Campbell, Jule, ed. (1995). The Best of the Swimsuit Supermodels. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  Published in both hardcover and softcover editions.
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (1997). Around the World with the Swimsuit Supermodels. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (1999). The Best of the Swimsuit Supermodels 1964–1999. New York: Time, Inc. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list () Collector's edition magazine.
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2002). Sports Illustrated Presents Ultimate Swimsuit 1964–2002. New York: Time, Inc. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2011). Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Portfolio: Fantasy Islands. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2014). Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Portfolio: Idyllic Shores. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2010). Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Portfolio: Paradise Found. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2009). Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Portfolio: The Explorers Edition. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2013). Sports Illustrated Swimsuit: 50 Years of Beautiful. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2008). Sports Illustrated Swimsuit: The Complete Portfolio. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Editors of Sports Illustrated (2006).. Photography by. New York: Time Home Entertainment.  .  .  . CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ()
  • Gair, Joanne (2007). Sports Illustrated: In the Paint: The Complete Body-Painting Collection from the SI Swimsuit Issue: The Art of Joanne Gair. Photography by James Porto. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  . 
  • Hoffman, Steven (executive director) (2001). Sports Illustrated Knockouts: Five Decades of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Photography. Foreword by Frank Deford. New York: Sports Illustrated.  . 
  • (2010). Sports Illustrated Swimsuit: Heaven. Introduction by Jimmy Buffett. New York: Sports Illustrated Books.  .  .  . 

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