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Vegetarian Hannah Teter Strips Down For Sports Illustrated

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Vegetarian, humanitarian, and Olympic athlete Hannah Teter is in the new “2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition” looking gorgeous.

The snowboarder won gold for the halfpipe in 2006 and hopes to repeat this year in 2010. According to MNN, she eats an organic vegetarian diet to stay fit — as well as selling Vermont-made maple syrup and organic cotton and hemp sweatbands through her charity, Hannah’s Gold. All proceeds help provide clean drinking water and plots of land for homeless AIDS victims in Kenya.

You may have also spotted Hannah recently as part of PETA’s “Save the Seals” campaign. “[W]hen I saw that PETA was involved in saving the seals, I just was like, “YEAH!” That’s something I want to be a part of because it’s such a huge massacre,” she said during the photo shoot for the org.

Check out all 45 photos of Hannah here as well as other Olympians.

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