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ESPN reported today the nineteen competitors that will be included in ESPN The Magazine’s yearly Body Issue.

Ten men and nine ladies will show up in the issue. The rundown will include Dwyane Swim of the NBA’s Miami Warmth, Super Bowl MVP Von Mill operator of the Denver Mustangs, UFC warrior Conor McGregor and Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey, among others.

Hold up, what?

That is right, Ryan Dungey will show up in the 2016 ESPN The Magazine Body Issue, which will be accessible online July 6, and on newspaper kiosk July 8.

This isn’t the first run through Dungey has shown up on ESPN stages. In 2015, he was highlighted on ESPN’s lead program SportsCenter and furthermore a SportsCenter Unique portion film with stay Lindsay Czarniak.

A year ago, Dungey likewise turned into the primary motocross/supercross racer to win an ESPY for Best Activity Games Male Competitor. Dungey prevailed upon the honor X Amusements SnoCross gold medalist Tucker Hibbert, skateboarder Nyjah Huston, snowboarder Stamp McMorris and free-form motocross rider Josh Sheehan.

Dungey is presently recouping from broken C6 vertebrae supported in the second moto at Cycle 3 of Lucas Oil Genius Motocross from Thunder Valley. Since moving to the 450 Class in 2010, Dungey has missed only five races, which came amid the 2012 Beast Vitality Supercross season when Dungey maintained a broken collarbone.

At the point when Dungey missed the High Point National a weekend ago it finished a 75-race begin streak in 450MX, and an incredible 99-race begin a streak in the Nationals between two classes, going back to the begin of the 2008 season.

Recently, Dungey secured his second in a row, and third in general, 450 Creature Vitality Supercross Title.

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2016 Body Issue competitors

Nathan Adrian, Olympics/swimming

Jake Arrieta, MLB

Antonio Dark colored, NFL

Emma Coburn, Olympics/steeplechase

Courtney Conlogue, surfing

Elena Delle Donne, WNBA

Ryan Dungey, motocross

Adeline Dark, Olympics/wrestling

Greg Louganis, Olympics/jumping

Conor McGregor, MMA

Von Mill operator, NFL

Chris Mosier, duathlon

Nzingha Prescod, Olympics/fencing

Dedicate Press, soccer

April Ross, Olympics/shoreline volleyball

Allysa Seely, paratriathlete

Claressa Shields, Olympics/boxing

Dwyane Swim, NBA

Vince Wilfork, NFL