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Sarah Pavan of Canada competes in the Olympic Games Women's beach volleyball gets a lot of attention, the majority of which is unfortunately spent on what the athletes are wearing and not on their physical prowess. The women's bikini uniforms and whether or not they're appropriate is hotly debated. Some people often wonder why the women wear the bikinis at all while the men are all allowed to wear tank tops and shorts. INSIDER looked into the matter and found that the answer is really simple: Women beach volleyball players wear the bikinis because they want to, not because it's required. The other uniform options, like long- and short-sleeved shirts, weren't always available.
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Why beach volleyball players wear bikinis at the Olympics - INSIDER
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The simple reason women beach volleyball players wear bikinis at the Olympics
Fear not, fans of beach volleyball — or of the women who play it. Top players say they won't be switching from the beach- and TV-friendly bikinis to the more modest uniforms approved recently by the International Volleyball Federation as a nod to countries where more modest attire is preferred. I'm not a sex symbol; I'm an athlete. I want to be streamlined out there.
The history of competitive swimwear has been dominated by concerns over public nudity in the first half of the 20th century and by efforts to reduce water drag in the second half. With the development of new materials that tightly fit the body and offered lower resistance to water than human skin, this trend was reversed to a complete body coverage from heels to neck and wrists. FINA banned full-body suits from competition effective from 1 January , stating that it "wishes to recall the main and core principle is that swimming is a sport essentially based on the physical performance of the athlete". Goggles were used in the crossing of the English Channel back in , but only in appeared at international competitions. With the advent of rubber technology, latex swimming caps became mass-produced in the s, and more efficient silicone caps appeared in the s.
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