Caitlyn Jenner is appearing on the summer issue of Sports Illustrated, to celebrate the anniversary of her gold medal win in the 1976 Olympic games in Montreal.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star earned first place in the Olympic decathlon 40 years ago, 'with a score that would be competitive for a place on the 2016 U.S team.'
Caitlyn, 66, took to instagram to share her Sports Illustrated cover with her 7.2 million followers.
Bowled over by the cover, one of her follows commented "You look sexy with your gold medal and you are so brave!" and we could not agree more.
Caitlyn told the magazine reporter, Tim Layden, that she had a rather complicated relationship with her medal.
"It commemorates extraordinary work that allowed her to withstand the pain of what is now called gender dysphoria but then was seldom talked about at all" said Tim in his interview.
In an interview with Diane Sawyer in 2015, Jenner came out to the world as transgender, stating that "for all intents and purposes, I'm a woman."
Three months after the groundbreaking interview, Caitlyn covered the July issue of Vanity Fair, wearing a cream corset, and quite literally broke the Internet. (Take that, Kim.)
Caitlyn then starred in her own documentary-series, which followed her through her new life as a woman.
I am Cait received positive praise from critics, due to the way it shed a light on social issues within the transgender community.
Keep doing your thing Cait!
Centre Image: vanityfair.com, people.com