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Top 10 Hottest Female Olympians in 2023

Some genuinely amazing female Olympians participated in winter and summer games these last two years. These women are strong, capable, and hot. They won the world championship gold medals, so their beauty is only surpassed by their remarkable achievements in sports. Recently my team and I got into a heated debate about who the most attractive one among these ladies actually is.

So, in an attempt to avoid our biases, we had our readers cast their vote, and after a few weeks of gathering results, we compiled them and came up with this list of the 10 hottest female Olympians.

10. Lolo Jones

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  • Sport: Athletics
  • Country: USA

The last woman on our list of hottest female Olympians is Lolo Jones.

Lolo Jones is a world-renowned American track and field athlete. She specializes in the 100-meter hurdles and is a two-time Olympian, competing in the Summer Olympics in 2008 and 2012.

9. Valentina Acosta Giraldo

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  • Sport: Archery
  • Country: Colombia

The stunning young woman in ninth place is Valentina Acosta Giraldo. She is living proof that endurance and hard work pays off. After joining the Colombian National Team, she started training for four hours a day.

8. Simone Biles

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  • Sport: Gymnastics
  • Country: USA

Powerful, beautiful, and strong female athlete! These three words describe the young American gymnast in eighth place on our list.

Simone Biles, a U.S. gymnast, part of Team USA, competing in her first Olympic Games, was one of Rio 2016’s brightest sensations. She set an American record for most gold medals in women’s gymnastics at a single Olympic, with four golds and a bronze

7. Camila Giorgi

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  • Sport: Tennis
  • Country: Italy

Born in 1991 in Macerata, Italy, Camila Giorgi is a professional tennis player. She has won one WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) title and reached a career-high singles ranking of world No. 26 in October 2018

6. Eileen Gu

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  • Sport: Skiing
  • Country: China

The young woman in sixth place on our list of hottest female Olympians is an inspiration to all of us.

At only 18 years old, she has won three medals at Winter Olympics [6]. She is the only freestyle skier in Olympic history to win three medals in a single Winter Games. There will be many world championship medals for this young lady!

5. Michelle Jenneke

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  • Sport: Athletics
  • Country: Australia

The fifth amazing woman on our list is Michelle Jenneke. She is not only an excellent hurdler but also a model. She won a silver medal in the 100 m hurdles race at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics

After her victory, she became an internet sensation, thanks to a video of her pre-race routine, which went viral. Jenneke has since appeared in magazines and commercials and was even named one of the “sexiest women in sports” by Maxim magazine. She has also done some photoshoots for Sports illustrated.

4. Yuliya Levchenko

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  • Sport: Track and field
  • Country: Ukraine

Yuliya Levchenko is a beautiful Ukrainian high jumper who made her first appearance at the Youth Olympic Games in 2014 [4]. She won her first gold medal with a jump of 1.89 meters.

3. Sydney Leroux

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  • Sport: Soccer
  • Country: USA

Sydney Leroux is a professional soccer player who has represented the United States internationally. She is an Olympic gold medallist, having won the gold with the U.S. women’s soccer team at the 2012 London Olympics

2. Antonija Sandric

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  • Sport: Basketball
  • Country: Croatia

The second woman on our list of hottest female Olympians is the stunning basketball player Antonija Sandric. Her beauty got her the title of the Miss Mediterranean Games in 2009. Despite having many offers to become a model, Antonija focused on her career and getting a university degree.

1. Ivona Dadic

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  • Sport: Athletics
  • Country: Austria

The first woman on today’s “hottest list” is Ivona Dadic. Ivona was born in Wels, Austria, in 1993. and she is of Bosnian descent.

At the young age of 9, she won her first competition. We saw her take a big step at the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2021, where she won eighth place in the Heptathlon.

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