Megan Rapinoe’s Bra Size and Body Measurements
Megan Rapinoe has a mesmerizing body. Behold her bra size, height, weight, and more!
She came out as gay in Out Magazine. She began dating Sue Bird in 2016. The couple got engaged four years later.
She and goalkeeper Hope Solo became teammates on the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2006.
Megan was born July 5, 1985 in Redding, California. She had a complicated life growing up and spend some time in a state prison. But soccer was the way to escape from the harsh realities of everyday life and Megan became really good at it. Rapinoe is openly lesbian. She doesn’t have a wife but she lives with her partner and fellow athlete Sue Bird.
Body Statistics Table
Megan Rapinoe's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.68 m, 5'6" (feet & inches)|
|Weight||60.25 kg, 133 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size B|
|Bra Size (US)||32B|
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||N/A|
|Breasts-Waist-Hips||34-24-35 inches (86-61-89 cm)|
|Shoe Size (US)||8.5|
|Dress Size (US)||4|
Megan Rapinoe Inspirational Quotes
"For us, the conversation is always about getting paid what we feel like we're worth and getting paid as the sport grows and as we help grow the sport."
"There are plenty of sports teams that say they're very open and super accepting in the locker room. But are they really? Is it really a safe environment? Have they preset that environment to make these players feel comfortable for coming out? I don't think so because there's none out."
"I do wish, when I was younger, that I knew that I was gay. It would have made things a lot clearer for me. Really. Looking back on it, it was so obvious, but it never really dawned on me. Socially, I felt like I didn't know how to be and who to be. If I had known back then, it would have given me more self-confidence."
"Even before I came out, looking at me, I've probably looked a little gay. I had short hair, and, you know, it wasn't a huge surprise to people. But some athletes have this image to uphold and may feel like sponsors won't want them if they're gay."
"I feel in my heart it is right to continue to kneel during the national anthem, and I will do whatever I can to be part of the solution."