Top 10 hottest athletes at the summer games 2016
Just 415 days remaining until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games! The city is getting ready for the biggest sporting event on the planet, and the athletes… oh wow! The athletes are looking fit and ready for action. By August 2016 over 10,000 toned, muscular, beautiful and down-right sexy athletes will be parading the Marvelous City to compete for various Olympic medals. At the peak of their profession and physical prowess, we list the 2016 Rio Olympics hottest athletes. Just sit back and admire.
Ana Ivanovic, age 27
A true national treasure for Serbia, Anna is currently the world’s seventh best female tennis player. Not only famous worldwide for her talent, her beautiful green eyes and enviable body are just as striking! We really can’t decide who we’ll root for in case she meets Maria Sharapova in the Olympics’ final next year…
David Oliver, age 33
America’s top hurdler has a lot more to show than an irresistible physique and a beautiful smile. On a winning streak since his Bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he has taken home 4 gold medals in 5 international competitions, among which the 2013 World Championships in Russia. In 2016 we only need one thing: to see a lot more of David on the podium!
Ellen Hoog, age 29
Sport: Field hockey
Ellen is the stunning midfield who, in London 2012 semifinal against New Zealand, scored a penalty shootout and enabled her winning team to beat Argentina in the final. That wasn’t her only gold medal though: she and her team have triumphed in Beijing 2008 and in two out of three Field Hockey World Cups since 2006. Props to the beautiful lady!
Luca Dotto, age 25
There must be literally something in the water, as Luca is the first of four male water athletes to make our list of the 2016 Rio Olympics hottest athletes. Though boasting a high-flying sports career, this 1.92m-tall hunk has been working as model for high fashion brands like Emporio Armani since 2012. Good for him and even better for us!
Jaqueline Carvalho, age 31
A perfect example of what Brazil is best at “producing” (beautiful people, obvs), Jaqueline is a vital part of her country’s legendary female volleyball team, which won a gold medal in both Beijing 2008 and London 2012. There’s nothing like winning at home though, so let’s cross our fingers for this gorgeously talented lady in 2016.
Marcelo Chierigini, age 24
Yet another proof of how nature’s been generous to Brazilians, Marcelo has had a shy yet promising start in the sports world, which includes a bronze medal in the 2010 World Swimming Championship in Dubai. In 2016, we hope his co-nationals’ massive support and an even stronger physical preparation will help him go for gold.
Maria Sharapova, age 28
As much as we love Ana Ivanovic, we must admit it’s almost impossible to beat Maria Sharapova in pretty much anything. Second best female tennis player in the world and one of the most gorgeous athletes out there, she’s the epitome of a sports goddess. Definitely on the top 3 of all 2016 Rio Olympics hottest athletes rankings.
Rhys Howden, age 28
Sport: Water polo
It’s no wonder Rhys appears on 10 out of 10 lists of hot athletes from all over the world. It’s all about showing the perfect body! And oh we get to see his a lot every time he competes in just a speedo. His team hasn’t earned an Olympic medal so far, but in Rio he’ll be participating in the Games for the third time, so let’s hope 2016 is a literal game changer!
Natasha Hastings, age 28
America is no joke when it comes to Olympic rankings, and neither is this beautiful sprint athlete, who at the age of 22, won her first Gold Medal in Beijing. What we love most about Natasha is she always looks as beautiful as she is strong. She’s the epitome of the Olympic motto “Citius, Altius, Fortius” (i.e. “Faster, Higher, Stronger”) with an extra va-va-voom.
Tom Daley, age 21
This sexy young Brit, the youngest of 2016 Rio Olympics hottest athletes, won a Bronze Medal in London 2012 and has since earned a pop star status with his sweet charisma and flawless body. His coming out, first as bisexual in 2013, then as gay in 2014, has helped raise awareness to the overwhelming heteronormativity in the sports world. You go, boy!