This Cycling Team’s ‘Naked’ Uniform Is Taking Camel Toe To A Whole...

This Cycling Team’s ‘Naked’ Uniform Is Taking Camel Toe To A Whole New Level [LOOK]

By Felix Ojong | Sports Reporter on September 23, 2014
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Tour of Belgium Stage 4 taken May 28, 2011 (Photo Credit: Photo by Luc Claessen/ISPA)

The women of Columbia’s cycling delegation are causing quite a stir with their uniforms unveiled at the recent games in Italy.

The cut-out jump suits have a nude patch which, er, makes the women appear naked.

The race was held in honour of former Italian champion Michela Fanini, whose promising career was cut short when she died in a car crash aged 21 in 1994, and some are displeased with the fact that this distracting uniform is taking the shine off the memory of Fanini.

The Columbian team is sponsored by the city government of Bogota.

Brian Cookson, president of the International Cycling Union (UCI), weighed in on the (in)famous sports wear. “It is unacceptable by any standard of decency,” he said on Twitter.

Everybody’s talking about them right now and we bring you some of the social media reactions to the fashion design fail.

And… you might as well just have a sneak-peak too.

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