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Thousands Wearing Nothing But Swim Suits Break Record at Mass Ski Event


Nearly 1,500 bikini-clad snowboarders and skiers set a new Russian record at the Grelka Festival for Russia's largest downhill ride in their swim suits at the Sheregesh ski resort, on Saturday. Believe it or not, the Siberian sun was shining bright as spring is finally arriving to the cold region and people came from across Russia and the world to get rid of their clothes and slide down the slopes in frigid style.

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