Warwick Rowers strip naked for 2018 calendar and it looks amazing
Good news, everyone: the Warwick Rowers are back with a brand new 2018 calendar.
The sporty boys have been stripping off for the calendar since 2009 – raising thousands of pounds for charity in the process.
The boys officially kicked off the crowdfunding campaign this week with the reveal of their 2018 calendar, complete with a sneak peak video.
The front cover of the 2018 Warwick Rowers calendar sees the student rowers artfully draped in boat club colours.
They’ve also launched a crowdfunder offering new Rowers merchandise at bargain prices.
In fact, the Warwick boys are being so good to us this year there’s even a teaser trailer showing behind-the-scenes footage of the naked sportsmen covered in body paint and firing water pistols at each other.
Proceeds from the calendar benefit the Rowers’ outreach program, Sport Allies, which works to eliminate homophobia in sports through education and support of young LGBT athletes.
In previous years the calendar and accompanying products have raised six figure sums for charity, amassing the likes of Sir Ian McKellen, Kylie Minogue and Kris Jenner among their celeb fans.
And if you’re not British, no need to worry – their wares have been sold in 80 countries around the world.
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Watch the full video here:
The Warwick Rowers project is one of the world’s most eye-catching straight ally projects, and its influence continues to grow.
The team began their calendar journey in 2009, and have delivered their product globally.
They aim to promote positive, inclusive and respectful attitudes towards people of all genders and sexualities through the content.
You can find out more about the Warwick Rowers crowdfunder here.