The women’s rugby team at prestigious Oxford University took it all off for their 2014 calendar. In one photo the girls wore only their socks and their cleats a they ran out on to the pitch. Other calendar months have the girls lifting weights in the buff and sitting in the stands naked.
The girls are donating some of the proceeds to raise money for mental heath awareness. The calendars cost 10 pounds, with one pound going directly to “Your Heart,” Oxford’s mental heath awareness campaign.
Tatiana Cutts, 25, who tackles teammate Danielle Yardy, 23, by the river in the September photograph, said it was “mostly hilarious, really very cold, and absolutely worth it for such a good cause”. The law PhD student at Keble College, who lectures undergraduates part time and is the club captain, said: “It was a bit nerve-racking at first but after a minute it was good fun and great for team bonding”.
“We were lucky it was a sunny day, but I was still absolutely freezing in the picture. We ended up in the river twice, it was utterly miserable.”
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