Kendall, Kylie, Brody Jenner arrive at ESPYs in support of Caitlyn Jenner

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Caitlyn Jenner Forged Olympic Glory and Cultural Fame Decades Ago.

‘She stopped eating meat almost entirely and started eating more soy products to help decrease the testosterone and increase estrogen,’ the source continued.History in the making! is set to make her first big public appearance at the 2015 ESPYS on Wednesday, July 15, where she will accept the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. Though Jenner has already transitioned from male to female, participated in an emotional televised interview with Diane Sawyer, and was famously featured on the stunning cover of Vanity Fair’s July issue, the former Olympian, 65, has opted not to walk the red carpet at tonight’s event. When she was a male she was an athlete who even covered the Wheaties cereal box in 1977. ‘All of Cait’s friends are hoping she can kick this filthy habit, which was a real problem for Bruce and played havoc on his health for years,’ an insider revealed to the site . ‘It’s a real worry, because she can go through two or three packs a day when things are stressful, and it’s playing with her health big time,’ the source continued.

A source tells Us Weekly that, “She doesn’t want to draw an obscene amount of attention to herself and take away from the other deserving athletes.” Accompanying the I Am Cait star to the event will be her three stepdaughters, Kim, Khloe, and , who have all voiced their support for Jenner. Apparently Caitlyn’s family and friends are pleading with her to kick the habit fast. ‘Caitlyn has a solid circle of friends and family who are pleading with her to try patches or even hypnosis, if that’s what it takes,’ the source said. ‘The fear is that she’ll wind up in an early grave unless she figures out a way to stop.’ All of her children minus step-son Rob Kardashian and Brandon Jenner – whose wife Leah is expected to give birth to the couple’s son any day now – will be on hand to support Caitlyn. ‘However, being honored with this award, which is named after one of my heroes, is truly special. She represents “possibly this first crossover athlete who had massive, massive fame and visibility in one gender, and now probably equaling it in a second gender,” said Rick Burton, a former chief marketing officer for the U.S. Users who ask Siri certain questions about Jenner, the celebrity superstar and transgender icon, while using her former name will be corrected by Apple’s smart assistant, as reported by BuzzFeed.

Olympic Committee who now teaches sport management at Syracuse University. “That’s pretty amazing.” At the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics, Jenner blew away the field and amassed a world record score to win the gold medal in the decathlon. For one thing, the decathlon, with its demanding obstacle course of speed and strength and finesse, was still a premiere event at the games. (Try to name any Olympic decathlon champion of this century.) Jenner’s victory earned her the unofficial title of greatest athlete alive.

Even though she’s not perfect, the fact that Siri noticed my mistakes at least sometimes is a pretty big win for her, and more generally, for the ability of computers to offer up the kinds of answers that humans might give. Earlier this year, Siri gave homophobic answers to Russian language users, according to the Verge, when asked, “Is gay marriage normal?” so it’s nice to know even computers can grow. When Jenner burst across the finish line in the 1,500 meters on the final event of the second day — all good looks and toned muscle and flowing hair — someone handed her a small American flag on a stick for her victory lap. “Now you get a guy like Michael Phelps who can continue to compete in the Olympics, even though he was able to make millions,” said David Wallechinsky, president of the International Society of Olympic Historians. “Bruce Jenner didn’t have that option. America had exited the age of Mickey Mantle, whom Burton described as “TV’s first real sports star.” Yet Nike was barely off the ground, and Michael Jordan not yet in high school.

A TV movie followed in 1981, and, three years later, “The Bruce Jenner Winning Workout,” available on VHS home video and preserved forever in the rabbit hole of YouTube. There were semiregular guest-star turns: six episodes of “CHiPs,” plus “The Fall Guy,” “Murder, She Wrote” and, in 1986, the next to last season of “The Love Boat.” “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” — the outer limit of many Americans’ consciousness of Jenner — was still 21 years away.

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