Hunky Men in Arena Swimwear Part II. The recently concluded Tokyo Olympic Games has given us more men rocking their Arena swimsuits so we decided to update this post to bring you more guys to admire. First up is 26-year-old British swimmer Adam Peaty who bagged two gold medals in Tokyo. His first is for the 100m breaststroke and his second gold is for the mixed 4 × 100 metre medley relay. Curiously, although he has a sponsorship deal with Arena through the Tokyo Games, his swimsuit during the finals does not appear to have the Arena logo. This may be because Team Great Britain is actually outfitted by Adidas and, in fact, he’s seen wearing Adidas swimsuit during his practice sessions.
James Magnussen Speedo, Underwear, Girlfriend Photos. Apparently, our hunky Aussie swimming champion and underwear model decided to hang up his Speedos, he retired from competitive swimming in June last year. Good for you, Mr. Magnussen. Thank you for opting for classic Speedos. Hehe.
Kiwi Speedo Hunks: Hot Swimmers from New Zealand. You think only rugby player Dan Carter is the only hot guy in New Zealand? Well, think again. We think the number of hot hunks in Kiwilandia is more than the number of sheep they have roaming in their fields and valleys.
Classic Speedo Briefs-Style Swimsuit: A History Lesson. While we were writing our post on Steve Lyon aka Vintage Speedo Guy, we came across this 1980s advert for the classic swim briefs in the USA with the slogan “Speedo suits men. Speedo suits America.”
Ian Thorpe Underwear Brand: What Happened to It? Huh, did you know that Australian swimming great Ian Thorpe launched his own underwear brand back in 2003? Funny how we wrote several posts over the years but never heard of it. We only learned about it — and for the record the brand is called “It” — when we came across this photo of Ian modeling a white boxer briefs on the runway.
Young Ian Thorpe Speedo Photos. Update: Here are more photos of the Aussie swimming great for the millenials and GenZers among you who are wondering what Ian looks like when he was younger. But before anything else, here’s a shirtless photo of a young Ian which we grabbed from the National Portrait Gallery of Australia (portrait.gov.au). That’s quite an honor to have your photo in your nation’s gallery, no? But given his accomplishments in the Olympics, we must say that Ian totally deserves the honor.