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The pubis-flaunting, almost pornographic-looking uniforms worn by a women's cycling team from Colombia in a race last weekend have now become a topic of widespread and incredulous Internet mockery — and they were reportedly designed by a member of the team itself. It appears the uniforms, which were rebuked online by the head of the international governing body for competitive cycling, were already in use for months prior to their moment of viral ignominy. See also: Photoshop puts near-record high-jump in stunning perspective. Several online reports identified the group wearing the uniforms as the Colombian national team, but the squad is a team called IDRD-Humana Bogota-San Mateo-Solgar, which is based in Colombia, according to a post from Colombia's cycling federation announcing the squad's participation in the Giro della Toscana race in Italy last weekend. It was during this race that the eyes — and judgment and laughter and derision — of the world turned onto the group of women from Colombia. Here's a quick refresher if you're not up to speed. This whole ordeal is funny and fully submerged in the Internet news churn because a flesh-colored stripe on each uniform makes it look like the cyclists are kinda naked in the, um, middle region.
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It's been 20 years since the Matildas team of took off their clothes and stood in front of a camera. The images were printed in a calendar and thousands of copies were sold around the world. It captured global attention and triggered a fierce debate about feminism, body image and the path to equality for women's sport.