Michelle Jenneke swimsuit issue appearance (video)


You remember internet media sensation Michelle Jenneke right? Well now there’s a Michelle Jenneke swimsuit spread in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated. The Michelle Jenneke swimsuit photos (you can see the video after the jump) should mark the third time that she’ll test the strength of web servers. The Australian hurdler’s famous pre-race dance: wiggling, jiggling and bouncing like a pole dancer made her famous last summer.

On July 15th, Jenneke finished fifth in the 2012 IAAF World Junior Championships 100 meter hurdles.  After the competition, a video on her time trial taken during the heats race was subsequently posted on a video social networking site, and raised her profile around the world.

The Australian hurdler now appears in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and those interested in getting a behind-the-scenes look at her photo shoot can watch the video after the jump

In December, the 19 year old appeared in a comedy skit by The Chive. She did her well known gyrations, with the same song as her original video. This video is pretty funny- from the dude’s shirt to his behavior with pancakes. And Jenneke looks as hot as ever

Jenneke is kind of becoming the Anna Kournikova of track and field. Her looks are making her famous, despite her mediocre standing in her sport. And between Jenneke and Katherine Webb, SI is having every internet flavor of the month appear in this swimsuit issue. All that’s missing is Sarah Jones and Lauren Ufer.

During Jenneke’s SI bikini shoot, she of course, did her famous little sexy dance.

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