Students from Cambridge University's sports teams have posed for a naked calendar to help raise money for Doctors Without Borders
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Sporting chance! Cambridge University students strip down for racy calendar with nothing but athletics equipment to protect their modesty to raise money for medical charity

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  • Men and women from Cambridge University’s sports clubs posed for naked calendar to raise funds for charity
  • The students were snapped posing in the buff in various locations around the city of Camrbidge
  • Proceeds from sales of the calendar will go to support the Doctors Without Borders charity

Sporting men and women at Cambridge University have stripped down to bare all for a naked calendar to help raise money for charity.

Students from the university’s sports teams, including swimming, sailing, athletics, volleyball and water polo all posed in the nude in various locations around the city of Cambridge

Due to the coronavirus lockdown, many of the photographs had to be stitched together from different photoshoots, with many models being photographed in their own to maintain social distancing
Credit Uncertain Due to the coronavirus lockdown, many of the photographs had to be stitched together from different photoshoots, with many models being photographed in their own to maintain social distancing

The tasteful images capture men and women posing with equipment typically used in their sports in a number of poses.

One daring image shows students from the swimming club posing naked in the Fitzwilliam Museum with just towels to protect their modesty.

Another picture sees a group of students from the water polo club posing in the Cambridge Union using their game balls to cover themselves.

Members of the university’s sailing and watersurfing club pose in the Grantchester meadows, which were made famous by the poet Rupert Brooke, with buoys and anchors draped over their shoulders.

Meanwhile, women from the powerlifting club are seen lying over the stalls of a lecture theatre in another of the pictures

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Source: Daily Mail

Original publication 16 November, 2020

Posted on NatCorn 7th December 2020

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