2016 Rio Olympics

5 hottest and sexiest female Olympic medalists in the 2016 Rio Olympics [Pictures Included]

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It’s been a great year for sports most especially because of the fruitful results of the recently concluded 2016 Rio Olympics that showcased the best athletes who competed in different sporting events to give honor to their respective countries.

Aside from the best of the best world class action during the different sporting events,there is no doubt that the faces of the hottest and sexiest female athletes also made a remarkable for sports enthusiasts.

Here are some of the most hottest and sexiest female athlete who won Olympic medals during the 2016 Rio Olympics:

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  1. Aliya Mustafina – Russia

Лафа закончилась Сбор начался✌🏻️

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#4days

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Aliya Fargatovna Mustafina is a 21-year-old was born in Yegoryevsk, Russia. She is one of the most decorated gymnasts in the world. It was a fruitful journey for her in the 2016 Rio Olympics wherein she won 3 Olympic medals from different categories in the gymnast event.

She won 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze. She also got 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze last 2012 London Olympics.

2. Jade Jones – Great Britain

Mission accomplished!!! 1) win gold medal 2) picture by the statue with gold medal 😉 #success

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Take no days off !!! @giavanniruffin loving my new training clothes

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Productive spa day .. Chills .. Massage .. Stretch .. Jacuzzi .. Relax .. Sauna .. Chats ❤️

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Jade Louise Jones is a Welsh taekwondo athlete who represents Great Britain. The 23-year-old Olympian was born in Bodelwyddan, Wales. She won a gold medal in the Women’s 57 kg taekwondo event in Rio Olympics.

She also won the gold medal in the 2012 London Olympics in the same event.

3. Ellen Hoog – Netherlands

Last week of training before heading to Rio on Sunday #roadtorio #cantwait

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Genieten van de Italiaanse zon ☀ #leesvoer #lievemama #estherverhoef

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Ellen Hoog is a Dutch field hockey player. The 30-year-old player was born in Bloemendaal, Netherlands. In the recently concluded 2016 Rio Olympics, together with the Netherlands team, they won the Olympic silver medal.

She also part of the team who won the gold medal during the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2012 London Olympics.

4. Aly Raisman – USA

Gala today!!! Love this leotard. Didn't have the chance to wear to a competition so I wore it this morning!! ❤️

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Alexandra Rose “Aly” Raisman is an American gymnast and two-time Olympian. She was a member and captain of both the 2012 “Fierce Five” and 2016 “Final Five” U.S. women’s Olympic gymnastics teams.

She was born in Needham, Massachusetts. She won 1 gold medal and 2 silver medals this 2016 Rio Olympics. She also won three Olympic medals during the Summer Olympics in London.

5. Pernille Blume – Denmark

That feeling when it's finally weekend!!! 💪🏼💦😇 #aaarhh #danmarktilol #speedo

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Pernille Blume is a Danish swimmer who competed at the 2012 London Olympics and was the 2016 Rio Olympics gold medalist in the women’s 50 m freestyle and bronze medalist in the women’s  4×100 medley relay. The 22-year-old swimmer was born in Herlev, Denmark.

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These are only some of the most beautiful, hottest and sexiest female Olympic medalist in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Their faces will forever remain in the history of the Summer Olympics, not because of the hot and sexy bodies, but because of their contribution to the world of sports and also because of their legacy that made a remarkable impact not just for their country but in the whole world.

Photo Courtesy: Erik van Leeuwen/Wikipedia

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