18 Hottest Athletes at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games

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When the 2016 Olympic games kick off today in Rio, we will begin to witness the finest athletes from around the entire globe. 

On land, in water, and flying through the air (go hurdlers, go!), these people have been training their entire lives to get a shiny piece of metal around their necks.

It will be close to impossible to take your eyes away from the talent, from the determination, and from those bodies. Oohwee! 

So these are the 18 hottest athletes that have come to bare it all: their souls and talents in their respective sports, and their banging bodies for the the world to gaze upon. 

1. David Oliver

COUNTRY: USA

SPORT: Track & field (hurdles)

He won a bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic games, but he should get a gold medal for his perfect body.

 

2. Tom Daley

COUNTRY: GB

SPORT: Diving

Daley won a bronze medal at the 2012 games, as well as lots of new adoring fans. The Speedos helped, in both cases.

3. Jaqueline Carvalho

COUNTRY: Brazil

SPORT: Volleyball

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.

4. Michael Phelps

COUNTRY: USA

SPORT: Swimming 

Phelps has won 18 Olympic gold medals (22 total!), so all that bling on his chest only makes his body even hotter.

5. Luca Dotto

COUNTRY: Italy

SPORT: Swimming

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!

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