1. A female athlete poses for a sexed-up pictorial in a magazine
2. Said athlete gets criticized for the shoot
3. Athlete defends herself in the wake of the criticisms
Today's contestant in that game is U.S. snowboarder Hannah Teter, who talked with the press about her bikini-clad appearance in this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
"I was really amped up to do that because I don't believe in the criminalization of bodies and women having to be ashamed of their bodies," Teter told Reuters. "That's just so wrong."
Teter, who won a gold medal at the 2006 Games, has also made news recently for selling underwear to support Doctors Without Borders.
She'll also find time to do some actual competing while defending her gold.