Brazilian Sex Muse Dresses in Paint to Celebrate Rio Olympics

    Miss Bumbum poses naked with the Olympic rings as body painting The Rio Olympics has their “sex muse” promoted by Playboy magazine, Mexico edition, with a display of pictures of Brazilian model Suzy Cortez, in body painting, who currently holds the Miss Bumbum crown (sexiest derriere).

    “Practice your favorite sport with her” is the main heading of the front page of the August edition, coinciding with the Olympic Games scheduled to take place in Rio do Janeiro between 5 and 21 August.

    Miss Cortez, 25, holds the crown of the best 2015 rear of Brazil, (a national all age passion) which she will have to handle to her successor when elected next November.

    The Suzy body painted edition is planned to reach the kiosks and stalls on 5 August, the day scheduled for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, at the Maracanã stadium, the first time they are organized in South America.

    This is not the first time that Miss Bumbum makes a daring display of her attributes with her painted body: a similar display of pictures has been done referred to soccer, another of her great passion (as a good Brazilian), although admitting her idols are Uruguay’s Luis Suárez and Argentina’s Lionel Messi.

    Refugee Athletes

    Miss Bumbum poses naked with the Olympic rings as body painting

    Three men and two women, who live in the Kakuma camp, will compete in athletics events for the Olympic refugee team.

    Anjelina Nada Lohalith, in the women’s category, and Paulo Amotum Lokoro, in the men’s category, will both compete in the 1,500 meters. Rose Nathik Lkonyen will compete in the women’s 800-meter, and Yiech Pur Biel in the men’s.

    While James Nyang Chiengjiek will compete in the men’s 400-meters. Before coming to Rio, they went through a training season in Nairobi, Kenya.

    For the first time, an Olympic refugee team will be formed and ten athletes will compete in Rio 2016.

    In addition to the newcomers aforementioned and the Congolese judokas, Yolande Mabika (women’s judo, middleweight) and Popole Misenga (men’s judo, middleweight), who live in Rio, the athletes of the refugee team come from Syria and Ethiopia.

    “This participation in the Olympics is good because, firstly, as an athlete, running makes me feel accomplished. Second, we will send a message to the world: even though we are refugees, we are able to do anything,” said Yiech Pur Biel, when he landed.

    The Syrian swimmers, Ramis Anis (men’s 100-meter freestyle and 100-meter butterfly) and Yusra Mardini (women’s 100-meter butterfly), who live in Europe, had also arrived in Rio. The only team’s athlete who has not arrived in the city yet is Ethiopian Yonas Kinde, who will compete in the marathon.

    Mercopress/ABr

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