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Retro History Glamour Miniskirt Girls

For many years, the wearing of white dresses or skirts by female players was a requirement for competitions such as tennis, table tennis and badminton. Over time, tennis dresses got shorter and coloured clothing is now generally permitted.
The French Suzanne Lenglen discarded the usual tennis costume during the 1920 Summer Olympics for a dress produced by Jean Patou. The dress featured bare arms and a pleated skirt that was above the knee. In the 1928 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, in figure skating, the Norwegian Sonja Henie wore for the first time a short skirt.
At the Wimbledon Championships in 2007, Tatiana Golovin appeared dressed in red shorts under a white minidress. The organisers took a long time in determining that the clothing was within the regulations. As early as 1933, Helen Jacobs wore shorts, and today women may wear either shorts or skirts in professional tennis. On 16 September 2008, a Holland women's soccer team FC de Rakt broke tradition by playing not in shorts but in mini skirts, which team captain Rinske Temming described as more elegant.

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