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German Olympic Playboy Issues (2004, 2008, 2012, 2016)

German Olympic Playboy Issues (2004, 2008, 2012, 2016)

Here’s your one stop shopping list of all the Olympic Athletes who have appeared in Germany’s Playboy issues over the last four Olympiads. 2016 German Playboy Olympians Table Tennis player Petrissa Solja BMX Cycler Nadja Pries Rower Julia Lier Swimmer Isabelle Härle 2012 German Playboy Olympians Diver Christine Steuer Shooter Beate Gauss Gymnast Regina Sergeeva […]

Romy Tarangul – Germany – Judo

Romy Tarangul - Germany - Judo

Romy is a 25 year old German judoka who is competing in her 2nd Olympics. In 2008 she qualified for the Beijing Olympics by winning a bronze medal at the European championships. At those games, she advanced to the round of sixteen where she lost to finish ninth. To date, her best international finish was […]

End of games update – Vol IV no 13

End of games update - Vol IV no 13

Now that the Olympics have officially closed, here’s an update on the athletic performance of each of my honorees. Vol IV no 1 – Amanda Beard – USA – Swimming No change from the mid games report, Beard was only in one event in the Olympics and came in sixth in her heat of the […]

Mid Games Update – Vol IV no 8

Mid Games Update - Vol IV no 8

As I traditionally do, midway through the games I provide an update of how all the girls are doing in to date.

UncleLar extra: German Olympic Playboy Gallery

UncleLar extra: German Olympic Playboy Gallery

Romy Tarangul – Germany – Judo – Vol IV no 7c

Romy Tarangul - Germany - Judo - Vol IV no 7c

By the time that the German 2004 Olympic Playboy issue had hit the stands, judoku Romy Tarangul had already been eliminated from the judo competition.

2008 German Playboy Olympic Issue

2008 German Playboy Olympic Issue

The German edition of Playboy that hits the newstand today has four German Olympic team members posing inside. In a first, the magazine will publish with four separate covers – one for each of the young athletes.