Crew Germany’s gymnastics workforce is proudly representing their nation in full-length unitards.
The skilled athletes practiced within the new uniforms on Thursday, July 22, with Elisabeth Seitz, Kim Bui, Pauline Schaefer and Sarah Voss giving the general public the primary take a look at their fuschia and black unitards for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
“We mastered our podium coaching nicely,” she wrote in an Instagram submit, which was translated from German. “Tomorrow we are going to relaxation, correctly prepare the day after tomorrow and on Sunday the competitors will lastly get severe.”
Pauline shared the identical picture of the workforce, writing in German, “How do you want our new outfits?” whereas Kim captioned her submit, “Good enviornment, good podiumtraining, lovely unitards, and plenty of pleasure.”
In her personal behind-the-scenes images, Sarah, who was one of many first workforce members to put on unitards at competitions, posed with Brazil’s gymnasts in entrance of the Olympic rings.
Although leotards are historically worn within the gymnastics world, the German Gymnastics Federation (DTB) mentioned in April, in response to the BBC, that three of their opponents selected to put on full-length uniforms in protest of the “sexualisation in gymnastics.”