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Hannah Teter: Would You?

This beauty is one of the most talented athletes in the world.  She’s arguably the greatest athlete in the history of her sport.  She owns two Olympic Medals, including a Gold Medal, and has modeled for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.  This week’s Would You? is pro snowboarder Hannah Teter.

Before Teter became a household name, all the attention in women’s professional snowboarding was focused on Gretchen Bleiler, who was modeling for men’s magazines as regularly as winning Winter X Games Gold.  Then Teter won the Olympic Gold Medal, modeled swimsuits for Sports Illustrated, and like that she had blown all of her competition in the dust.

Teter also models underwear for her organization Sweet Cheeks Panties, with nearly half of all proceeds going to Children International.  She has her own Ben & Jerry’s flavored ice cream, called Hannah Teter’s Maple Blondie, a creamy maple ice cream with blonde brownie pieces and a maple caramel swirl.  Teter won the Olympic Gold Medal at the 2006 games, and a silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Pros: Banging body, plus she’s fun to be around.  Likely a boring moment naught with Teter.

Cons: She has a lot of brothers.  And she usually dates the indie rocker types.  So you’d have to deal with all of that.

Hannah Teter: Would You?

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