Caitlyn Jenner 'To Pose Nude For Sports Illustrated', To Mark Olympics Anniversary

It's been 40 years since her Olympic victory, and Caitlyn has something special planned.

Almost a year on from Caitlyn Jenner’s iconic Vanity Fair magazine cover, it seems she’s finally found a way to outdo herself.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Caitlyn’s gold medal win at the 1976 Olympic Games, and to commemorate the occasion, she’s planning a nude photoshoot with Sports Illustrated magazine, according to reports.

Yes, it has been claimed that Caitlyn will appear in the snaps totally naked, apart from her gold medal and a conveniently-placed American flag.

<strong>Caitlyn Jenner</strong>
Caitlyn Jenner
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Shortly after her Olympic win, Caitlyn - then still living publicly as Bruce Jenner - posed for the cover of Sports Illustrated.

In a blog on The Huffington Post last year, Caitlyn admitted that the gold medal, which she won for the USA in the decathlon, is her “most prized possession”, though she admitted she didn’t like to show it off too much, insisting: I never wanted my kids to feel like they had to have a gold medal in order to be considered a success.

<strong>Caitlyn made headlines all over the world with this photo-shoot</strong>
Caitlyn made headlines all over the world with this photo-shoot
Vanity Fair

During the Vanity Fair interview which accompanied her ‘Call Me Caitlyn’ photo-shoot, she admitted that while her Olympic victory had been a big moment, she felt more proud of the transgender advocacy she was about to embark on.

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