Rio 2016 picture this: The most beautiful athletes at the Olympics
Look at these athletes in Rio whose talent is also matched by their stunning good looks.
1. Michelle Jenneke (athletics)
Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke hit the headlines during 2012 with her warm-up regime at the Barcelona junior world championships.
2. Laura Trott (cycling)
The 24-year-old Briton wonteam pursuit and omnium golds at London 2012
3. Lauren Sesselman (football)
The Canadian is an Olympic medalist. She plays for the Houston Dash in the National Women’s Soccer League, and also has her own fitness DVD out.
4. Elena Delle Donne (basketball)
Basketball star Elena Delle Donne is at her first Games. The 6ft 5in blonde attended the University of Delaware where she studied early childhood education while also working as a coach for youth basketball clinics.
5. Kassidy Cook (diving)
After just missing her chance to participate in the 2012 Olympics, diver Kassidy Cook is back and has high hopes of taking home the gold back to the U.S.
6. Melanie Adams (athletics)
The Australian pole vaulter is also a model and has set her sights on becoming Miss Universe too
7. Deajah Stevens (athletics)
The 200m runner is at her first Olympics and has become the first female student athlete from the University of Oregon to qualify for the Games in track and field.
8. Caroline Wozniacki (tennis)
The Danish beauty was the first woman from a Scandanavian country to hold the world No1 spot.
9. Eugenie Bouchard (tennis)
Eugenie Bouchard was the first Canadian to reach the final of a Grand Slam in singles and lost to Petra Kvitova.
10. Maria Kirilenko (tennis)
An aspiring model, she won an Olympic bronze medal in the women’s doubles at London 2012.
11. Kelsey Robinson (volleyball)
At 6’2″, she is a valuable player for the U.S. team. Aged 24, Rio 2016 is her first Olympics.
12. Alison Stokke (athletics)
The U.S. pole vaulter also has a Masters Degree which she studied for while training for the 2016 Games.
13. Alex Morgan (football)
The youngest member of the 2011 U.S. World Cup team, she won gold at the London 2012 Olympics and was named the U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year.
14. Hope Solo (football)
Hope Solo is a two-time Olympic gold medalist and also a World Cup gold medalist for the U.S.
15. Camille Leblanc Bazinet (weightlifting)
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet is a Canadian professional CrossFit Games athlete. She is the female winner of the 2014 CrossFit Games. She is also the national record holder of the Canadian weightlifting team