Your essential reads from the weekend, curated by Esquire's editorial team. 1 | From ESPN Magazine, a thoroughly fascinating read on female athletes’ breasts. No, honest. 2 | British businessman James McCormick made millions of dollars selling bomb-detectors to the new Iraqi government. The only problem? They were fake. 3 | In another one of their patented cultural deep-dives, this New Yorker piece tails Chinese tourists on guided tours of Europe. 4 | The Spectator ran a comment piece from an Ogilvy head honcho, preaching the smarts in hiring young graduates – with mediocre grades. 5 | Jeff Bauman went to the 2013 Boston Marathon to cheer for his girlfriend. In a single, vicious flash, his life changed. A definitive story on the horrific attacks, over at the New York Times.