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Hottest Female Athletes in Rio Olympics 2016

Hottest Female Athletes in Rio Olympics 2016

Part 1

13. Darya Klishina (Long Jump)
Darya is a Russian long jumper and model. She was permitted to compete in the Rio de Janeiro's 2016 Summer Olympics, through special permission granted by the IAAF.

12. Amber Hill (Shooting)
At 18, Great Britain's Amber Hill has become one of the most accomplished skeet shooters, with top rankings and medals throughout multiple international competitions

11. Zsuzsanna Jakabos (Swimming)
At 27, this world class athlete is competing in her 4th Olympic games, in addition to / despite being one of the most beautiful girls we’ve ever laid eyes on.

10. Michelle Jenneke (Hurdler)
Australian Michelle Jenneke is hurdler and model, who won a silver medal for the 100 m hurdles at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. She received worldwide media attention in 2012 for her pre-race warm-up dance.

09. Francesca Piccinini (Volleyball)
Francesca Piccinini is a female volleyball player who has represented Italy four times at the Summer Olympics. She was a member of the Women's National Team that won the gold medal at the 2002 World Championship in Germany.

08. Leryn Franco (Javelin throw)
Might and might not be there this year but you can not keep Paraguayan model, actress and former athlete Leryn Franco out of the news when the Olympics get near. She might not have achieved the results she would have hoped during her previous appearances in Olympics but her good looks certainly keeps her in the news.

07. Paige Spiranac (Golf)
Rose to fame after her Instagram page got millions of followers but now she is solely focused on Golf and will be competing in 2016 Olympics.

06. Natasha Hastings (Sprinter)
Natasha is an American sprint athlete of Jamaican and Trinidadian descent. Returning for her second Olympic games, track and field star Natasha Hastings always looks her best both on and off the track.

05. Eugenie Bouchard (Tennis)
She is a Canadian professional tennis player who is currently ranked no. 42 in the world. Her Rio Olympics journey was short-lived, falling to Angelique Kerber in straight sets and then losing in doubles, both during the second round of tournament play.

04. Alex Morgan (Soccer)
Who knew watching women's soccer could be so fun. Not only is the US women's national soccer team really good they also have a really good-looking star player Alex Morgan. She isn't just a pretty face in a tight jersey though this girl can ball, she's the leading scorer for the US women's national soccer team.

03. Aliya Mustafina (Gymnast)
She is a Russian artistic gymnast. Although she has only recently received much-deserved attention in Rio, Aliya Mustafina is one of the most impressive gymnasts at the Olympics.

02. Ana Ivanovic (Tennis)
Ana Ivanovic is a Serbian professional tennis player who as of February 22, 2016 is ranked No. 25 in the world by the Women's Tennis Association. Unfortunately Ana crashes out in windy Rio.

01. Winifer Fernandez (Volleyball)
Volleyball is not one of the most popular sports in the world but one player from the Dominican Republic, Winifer Fernandez, could change that after she “broke the Internet” last month. Images and videos of the 21-year-old libero made the rounds this week making her one of the top searched athletes in sports lately. Unfortunately for her new fans, the Dominican Republic women’s volleyball national team did not qualify for Rio 2016.

Part 2

Hope Solo - Soccer (USA)

Laurie Hernandez - Gymnast (USA)

Dalilah Muhammad - Athletics (USA)

Dafne Schippers - Athletics (Netherlands)

Morgan Mitchell - Athletics (Aus)

Pernille Blume - Swimmer (Denmark)

Isabelle Pedersen - Athletics (Norway)

Allyson Felix - Athletics (USA)

Brianna Rollins Athletics (USA)

Katinka Hosszu Swimmer (Hungary)

Genevieve Lacaze Athletics (Aus)

Kristi Castlin - Athletics (USA)

Monica Puig - Tennis (Puerto Rico)

Ivet Lalova - Athletics (Bulgaria)

Sydney McLaughlin - Athletics (USA)

Deajah Stevens- Athletics (USA)

Emma Coburn - Athletics (USA)

Kassidy Cook - Diving (USA)

Laura Ikauniece - Athletics (Latvia)

Ingrid Oliveira - Diving (Brazil)

Serena Williams - Tennis (USA)

Marie-Laurence Jungfleisch - Athletics (Germany)

Jessica Ennis - Athletics (UK)

Thaisa Menezes - Volleyball (Brazil)

Sania Mirza - Tennis (India)

Queen Harrison - Hurdler (USA)

Lidia Valentin - Weightlifter (Spain)

He Wenna - Trampoline (China)

Patrícia Mamona - Athletics (Portugal)

Giovanna Pedroso - Diving (Brazil)

Aly Raisman - Gymnast (USA)


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