Pole vaulter Stacy Dragila, left, and sprinter Sanya Richards show off 2004 Olympic uniforms.
From the same article in the Sacramento Bee:
"The women have several tops to pick from and two styles of shorts, a boy-cut version and a brief. Todd Van Horne, Nike creative director for Olympics and apparel, said the female athletes stressed they wanted "to look more feminine at these Games."
But the journalist correctly quipped:
"Noticeably absent from the show: plus-size shot-putters and discus throwers."