Top 20 hottest & sexiest female athletes at the Rio Olympics 2016!
The Rio Olympics 2016 are nearly over, and it’s so obvious by now that staring at all of the female athletes is a highlight of the Olympics. Which of them wins, and who loses? Face it, most men don’t really care!
I wanted to continue the constant Rio 2016 coverage on this channel by counting down the top 20 sexiest female athletes at the Rio Olympics 2016. As you can see on my channel, I already did a top 10 hottest female athletes video. There were a lot of problems with that one, especially finding enough high quality photos. As a result, many women on the list had to be replaced, and the feedback is overall pretty negative.
Now that a few days have passed, a lot of photos of Rio 2016 athletes have been added online, and I felt like making another video. If anybody’s wondering why Michelle Jenneke (or anybody else) isn’t on this list, nobody from the first video is on this one.
If you haven’t seen the first video, watch it here:
While this video is called “top 20 athletes”, they are not necessarily ranked in order of worst to best. It’s just the top 20 athletes, and you can arrange them in any order you want.
List of the top 20 sexiest female athletes at the Rio 2016 Olympics:
Aliya Mustafina, 21, from Russia, competing in gymnastics
Tonia Couch, 27, from Great Britain, competing in diving
Anouk Verge-Depre, 24, from Switzerland, competing in beach volleyball
Winifer Maria Fernandez, 21, from Dominican Republic, competing in volleyball
Isabelle Forrer, 34, from Switzerland, competing in beach volleyball
Ellen Hoog, 30, from Netherlands, competing in field hockey
Ivet Lalova, 32, from Bulgaria, competing in athletics
Ivana Spanovic, 26, from Serbia, competing in long jump
Angelica Bengtsson, 23, from Sweden, competing in pole vault
Pernille Blume, 22, from Denmark, competing in swimming
Patricia Mamona, 27, from Portugal, competing in triple jump
Emma Coburn, 25, from USA, competing in athletics
Jennifer Abel, 24, from Canada, competing in diving
Gina Lückenkemper, 19, from Germany, competing in sprinting
Genie Bouchard, 22, from Canada, competing in tennis
Colleen Quigley, 23, from USA, competing in running
Monica Puig, 22, from Puerto Rico, competing in tennis
Simone Biles, 19, from USA, competing in gymnastics
Jantine van der Vlist, 30, from Netherlands, competing in beach volleyball
Natasha Hastings, 30, from USA, competing in sprinting
Who do you think should have been on the list?
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If you’re new to the channel, I do daily recap videos that go over everything happening at the Rio 2016 Olympics, including results, highlights, world records, and the total number of medals for each country. Check them out if you’re interested.
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Music used in this video:
Basic Implosion Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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