Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
[Image via Calum McSwiggan/Instagram.]
Chris Mosier is making history… again!
Last year, the sports star became the first transgender individual to earn a spot on the US National Team of the gender he identifies with, rather than the one he was given at birth.
And now, the 35-year-old is the first out transgender athlete to be featured in ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue!
The duathlete — who competes in events that feature both running and biking legs — posed completely nude for the spread, bravely baring his body in these shots (above)!
In a sneak peek of the upcoming issue, the inspirational athlete told ESPN that he had wanted to be in this specific issue for over a year, explaining that he finally feels comfortable with his body:
"I think the reason I felt so inspired to do it is that I'm finally at a place where I feel very comfortable with my body. And as a trans person, being in a body that didn't really fit me for 29 years, now I feel very comfortable in my own skin."
Chris even admitted that before he transitioned, he viewed fitness as a way to be more connected to his body, and would put on muscle in certain places to feel more masculine.
He says that's why being featured in this spread is such a moving moment for him:
We all know how incredible he is, but when you put it like that, WOW!
The 31-year-old athlete sure has been busy the last couple months from making press rounds and talking about his darker days to having a baby! However, it seems Phelps always had his eye on the prize as he just qualified for the Olympic games for his FIFTH time, making him the FIRST American male swimmer to do so!
The United States Olympic Team took to Twitter to share:
Wow, Justin Bieber could totally pass for a pro wakeboarder!
On Tuesday, Justin took to Instagram to flaunt his epic wakeboarding skills. It's pretty obvious the singer used the opportunity to take a load off following a June 27 concert in Nashville — Biebs was totally speeding his little butt off out there on the lake!
In the couple of vids J.B. showed off to to fans, he expertly handles his wakeboard while also declaring, "I wanna go fast." The 21-year-old even went as far to document his exceptional moves versus his friend Martin Garrix in a hilarious side by side!
Check out the impressive moments (below)!
Wearing a onesie that read "Team Daddy," the little tot was held in momma Nicole Johnson's arms as they cheered on their leading man.
And it all paid off!
The swimmer won his preliminary heat of the 200-meter butterfly in just 1 minute, 56.68 seconds. He was 0.22 of a second ahead of the first runner up. Boy is back!!!
On Wednesday, the 30-year-old hopes to secure a spot on his fifth Olympic team for the Rio games — which would make him the first U.S. man to do so.
"#teamdaddy all day err day!! We LOVE you @m_phelps00 and we're cheering super loud for you!! 💙"
Good luck today, Michael!
[Image via Instagram.]
One of the greatest basketball coaches to ever live, Pat Summitt, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 64 after a battle with early dementia.
Summitt, who was the winningest coach — men or women — in Division I basketball with 1,098 wins for the University of Tennessee, had to step down from her job in 2012 after she announced that she had early onset dementia, Alzheimer's type.
Pat's son, Ross "Tyler" Summitt, released a statement regarding his mother's passing, saying: