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Viral Video Propels Track Star To Swimsuit Issue

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Some models spend years upon years trying to make it into the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. And most never make it.

For Michelle Jenneke, all it took was a quick dance.

You've probably seen the 19-year-old's now-famous pre-race dance, but if you haven't, you can check it out here.

Jenneke's instant fame earned her many rewards, including an appearance on The Tonight Show as well as a starring role in another viral video.

And now Jenneke has reached the pinnacle of accidental worldwide fame -- Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue. The Australian hurdler posed for the cameras and even did her dance with some of the photographers. You can see her performance below.

After this unbelievable turn of events for Jenneke, it's a wonder that she can still focus on her track career.

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