In 2016 many new athlete are introduced in all of the sports section. Most of them will remember by their performance as well as their contribution on sports sector. There are some athletes who are most attractive, hot and charming competitors to other athlete’s eyes.
Mikaela Mayer, Boxer, USA
A three-time USA boxing champion, Mayer will compete in the lightweight class. She did not pick up boxing until she was 17.
Allison Stokke, Pole Vaulter, USA
Stokke broke school pole vaulting records while studying at University of California, Berkeley, and her personal best is vaulting 4.36 meters—over 14 feet. Her partnership with GoPro resulted in this video, which has over 6 million views on YouTube.
David Oliver, Hurdler, USA
Oliver competes in the 110 meter hurdles, and his personal best of 12.89 seconds puts him at fourth all-time fastest. He won bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Lauren Sesselmann, Soccer, Canada
Raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Sesselmann gained Canadian citizenship in 2010 and played for the Canadian national team in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup—Canada lost to England in the quarterfinals. She is a defender.
Donnell Whittenburg, Gymnastics, USA
Whittenburg was U.S. national champion on vault in 2014 and U.S. national champion on rings in 2015. He was an alternate on the U.S. men’s gymnastics team in Rio.
Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, Soccer, Brazil
Neymar is the fifth-highest scorer for the Brazilian national team, with 46 goals in 70 games, and he is often compared to fellow Brazilian Pelé. Neymar plays for Barcelona during the regular season.
Michelle E. Waterson, Mixed Martial Arts, USA
An MMA fighter and UFC competitor, Waterson is trained in WuShu, Muay Thai, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, boxing, wrestling, and karate.
Luca Dotto, Swimmer, Italy
Dotto holds the record for the 100 meter freestyle in Italy with a time of 47.96 seconds. He has also modeled underwear and eyewear for Emporio Armani.
Jaqueline Carvalho, Volleyball, Brazil
A two-time Olympic gold medalist for indoor volleyball, Carvalho is an outside hitter and winner of the Best Spiker award. She is 6 feet and 1 inch tall.
Natasha Hastings, Sprinter, USA
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Hastings runs the 400 meter sprint and is an Olympic gold medalist. Her personal best for the 400 is 49.84 seconds, which she ran in 2007.
Alana Blanchard, Surfer, USA
Blanchard is a Hawaii native, surfer, and model. Recent updates say surfing is likely to be officially included in the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo.
Matheus Santana, Swimming, Brazil
Santana broke the junior world record twice for the 400 meter free in 2014. This will be his first Olympic Games.