Propelled by efficient, picture-perfect production, Sports Illustrated dives into 3-D with SI Swimsuit 2000. Once a year, Sports Illustrated throws readers a curveball, tempering the weekly magazine's hard-line athletic focus with a touch of the aesthetic—and the aquatic. Unlike a typical off-speed pitch, however, SI's annual Swimsuit Issue is neither unexpected nor unwelcome; on the contrary, it's a perennial hit with recipients. The Swimsuit concept first appeared as a single pictorial feature, "A Skin Diver's Guide to the Caribbean," in the January 20, 1964 issue of SI. The magazine's purpose, explains Diane Smith, senior editor, Swimsuit Issue, was to provide an escape from
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