The German world champion in ski jumping, Juliane Seyfarth, has pretended to be Playboy naked and hopes to “raise awareness of the sport”

The two-time world champion will adorn the cover of the March issue of Playboy magazine in Germany and announce the news on social media

Seyfarth posted a teaser photo on Instagram on Thursday, hoping the photos will be “welcomed by everyone for drawing positive attention to our sport”

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“Hello everyone. Now I can say it, I was allowed to shoot the cover and the title series for the new Playboy @playboygermany with my loved one @luke_craft_photography,” she wrote

“It was a great adventure and I am very happy and thankful for this time and our great pictures

“A lot of love for everyone involved, getting to know each other and working with you is worth gold”

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The post has been well received on her Instagram page and has garnered thousands of likes and comments

The 30-year-old is not afraid to express her sexuality and publishes for her 26th000 followers often have stunning photos on social media

She said ski jumping and nude photography are “some kind of art” because both give her “the feeling of freedom”

Seyfarth won gold for Germany at the 2019 World Championships as a team and at mixed events

In 2006 she became the first official junior world champion in ski jumping and won the women’s competition at the Nordic World Championships in Slovenia

The current ski jumping season has not started well for Seyfarth The 17th Place is her best result so far

In the meantime, the men’s Alpine Ski World Cup races planned for Norway next month have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The International Ski Federation announced on Thursday that the cross-country World Cup final from 12 until 14 March and the Nordic Combined World Cup event in Oslo were also canceled

“The Norwegian Ski Association cannot host any further competitions until the end of the current World Cup season due to the stricter travel and event restrictions,” said FIS

Norway’s strict entry regulations for practically only residents and citizens are no exception for sports clubs

“We are disappointed that our athletes cannot take part in Holmenkollen for the second year in a row, but understand the government’s decision,” tweeted the IBU, hoping, “we hope to be back next year””

Last year’s World Cup Final in Oslo also had to be canceled due to the virus, and the IBU said that updates to the current season’s final would follow in due course

Women’s ski jumping and Nordic combined events in Lillehammer originally scheduled for this weekend have also recently been canceled

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