Last Updated: May 06, 2020
Can there be any person present on this planet who does not like female runners and field athletes with sexy bodies? They have everything that a girl can only dream of. They have success in their palms, they continuously exercise and maintain their figure and are really famous. Some of them are so beautiful and sexy that they can be models of elite levels just like they are elite level athletes. They wouldn’t even have to try too hard to be successful as a model as their beauty and sexy figure will make them perfect models. But very different from models they actually can be proud of their strength and a very healthy body. Mentioned below is a list of 55 athletes who take part in the track and field games and have made their fans go crazy over their beauty and sexiness.
She is a well known pole vaulter from the U.S. She was quite an athlete that people even made the assumptions that she would make the 2016 Olympic team. This young girl from California has impressed the whole world while competing for her state when she was still in college. She is considered to be a very interesting part of this world because she was the first track and field athlete to be called out for how hot she actually looked during the internet age.
There were debates about people concentrating more on her beauty (which was unmissable) in comparison to her performances. She can be considered as an inspiration for pretty young ladies who are forced to go towards the modeling world, that they can practise sports as well.
2. Sara Galimberti
Sara Galimberti is as of yet becoming famous in the domain of olympic style events rivalry. At such a young age, she hasn’t started to top as a track runner, but we are happy that she’s so lovely, or we probably won’t have the option to follow her sports.
For Sara, her looks combined with her ability have assisted with isolating her from some progressively prepared sprinters, and taken into account openings at sponsorship. Those open doors are vital to really get opportunities out of a profession in track, and not just defaulting to different offers like modeling.
3. Leryn Franco
There is a reason why she is in this list and that too at such a high position. She has stopped taking part in track and field in exchange of becoming a model and going to different runways. She used to be a participant in the Olympics. A spear thrown by her was strong enough to actually kill you.
She was an elite performer in the track as well in comparison to any other competitor. But she couldn’t make it big even though she was one of the best in her fields, and maybe this has to do with her insanely beautiful looks. This beauty of the former athlete also garnered her some really good modeling offers. So she took the modeling offers. Ultimately, we can tell that she has enjoyed both her careers for quite some time and is happy with what she has established in both the fields.
4. Lolo Jones
Lori “Lolo” Jones can be compared to a lightning rod. A celebrated American track competitor who has run with, and beaten, the world’s ideal, but she still can’t seem to taste triumph on the world’s biggest stage: the Olympics. Truth be told, Lolo has never competed for the award positions at the Olympics, and that incorporates her 2014 Winter Olympics spell in the U.S. Ladies’ Bobsled Team. At her present age, Lolo is demonstrating that there is something to her perfect living way of life, as she’s despite everything running a portion of her top occasions in the 100m obstacles.
She has a pretty active modelling career. The way she looks it’s not really a surprise that she will get many job offers in the modelling industry and she is conquering that world without much problem.
5. Louise Hazel
Louise Hazel is a British mammoth. What’s more, by British mammoth, we mean she’s a heptathlete. She is one of those boss ladies who completes seven occasions through the span of two days so as to amass serious focus to decide the “World’s Greatest Athlete.” Louise has contended at a significant level for almost 10 years, and at 30 years of age she has set the heptathlon aside to concentrate on preparing for different occasions. She could even now be viewed as one of the top female heptathletes who were ready to go after the UK in the 2016 Rio Games.
In addition to the above mentioned crazy successful career she can also boast about her body and sexiness. She looks ready to be a part of the modelling industry but we would miss her on the field.
Allyson Felix is at the highest point of her game, and she has never looked better. Allyson has four Olympic gold decorations and a few silver awards, but she still hoped to score that desired 200m/400m twofold gold in the 2016 Rio Games. Allyson has some expertise in the 200m and 400m races, yet in addition she contends in the 100m, and is utilized on a few of the esteemed United States relay race groups.
Allyson is one of those ladies who could stop traffic with her grin, at that point beat the traffic to the following goal. Allyson struck twofold gold in the 200m and 400m at the 2015 Track and Field World Championships.
Darya Klishina is one of the prettiest athletes of all time. On the off chance that you can envision the female form of Ivan Drago in Rocky IV, with the exception of her being multiple times prettier, you’ll go to some envisioning of Darya. The 30-year-old Russian is a Long Jump champion for her local nation.
If you somehow managed to do a fast Google scan for her, you’d be persuaded that she is a model, and just a model. At 5’11”, Darya has bounced over 23 feet on a couple of events, and is likely one extraordinary execution away from busting an individual record and winding up on the Olympic award stand. Furthermore, similar to the remainder of the ladies on this rundown, her athletic ability is simple on the eyes.
8. Maggie Vessey
Maggie Vessey is viewed as the most classy lady in olympic style sports. She is an American sprinter who has spent significant time in the 400m and 800m, and keeps on contending at an elevated level at her age. Maggie is a young lady from California, and she has a great interest in business.
Realizing that olympic style events had gotten somewhat stale as far as sportswear was concerned, she propelled an attire line to represent considerable authority in serious wear for female competitors who aren’t apprehensive about knocking some people’s socks off. It’s something that Maggie knows somewhat about. Maggie kept on contending in 2015.
9. Melanie Adams
Melanie Adams is somewhat of a stretch for the rundown, since she’s authoritatively resigned from serious activity. There is, in any case, consistently the chance she discovers the bug during the Olympic year and gives it a go for her local Australia. Melanie used to be a pole vaulter for her home nation and contended in the 2012 Olympics, yet has since ventured away from the difficult preparation calendar of worldwide rivalry to start her own wellness image.
Truth is stranger than fiction— Melanie wasn’t going to step away from an actual existence devoted to quality and wellness. The bummer of her retirement is that the ladies’ universal olympic style sports network has lost one hell of a contender. She was a genuine Australian excellence. For what it’s worth, she despite everything will always remain that.
10. Michelle Jenneke
Goodness, everybody knows Michelle “Shelly” Jenneke. Her name may not sound familiar, but her pre-race warm-up positively will. Michelle is an Australian sprinter who delighted in a fast ascent to distinction after her little move before the gun got extremely popular.
Shelly is one of those olympic style events competitors who has delighted in incredible accomplishment on the track, she is just as out of control in the domain of modeling as well. What’s more, that pre-race move that pushed her into the web spotlight? It occurred in 2012 when she was just 18 years of age and simply starting to get exposed to worldwide olympic style events rivalry.
11. Natasha Hastings
Natasha is a sprinter for the US group. She is an olympic style events veteran with numerous titles, her most striking performance would be an Olympic gold award in the 4×400 meter relay race. She is additionally an Under Armor and NYAC supported competitor.
This dark skinned athlete looks like a goddess with a flawless face and a sexy as hell body there is no one on this planet who won’t accept the fact that she is attractive. Those long, toned legs makes her run all the more worth watching.
Paraskevi is a Greek track competitor who does both the triple hop and the long hop. She is a 2-time European hero and took eighth spot at the 2016 Olympic Games. She was ousted from the 2012 Olympic group in the wake of making a supremacist tweet which was somewhat of a discussion at that point.
Dictionary should probably provide a picture of Voula beside the word hot. She is the epitome of hotness and not just within the athletic world. She has the most shapely body because of the continuous gruelling practice . She looks like the most important part of your wettest dreams.
13. Robin Bone
Robin is a Canadian pole vaulter. Her first love was aerobatic but she needed to surrender it in the wake of enduring various blackouts. She at that point took up the profession of pole vaulting rather and wears a head protector when she vaults to shield her from future blackouts.
She can easily be considered as a worthwhile contender for Franco’s title of “World’s Sexiest Pole Vaulter”. She has a show stopping smile and a gorgeous face. In addition to that we definitely cannot forget her extraordinary body complete with a sexy set of abs.
14. Snezana Rodic
Snezana is a Slovenian track competitor who works in the triple hop. She is hitched to Slovenian soccer/football player Aleksandar Rodić.
The most unique feature of her is her eyes. It’s colour makes her good looks even more obvious. With that straight blonde hair, sharp facial features and a body to die for Snezana’s pictures seem to be something out of a dream and she is well aware of her good looks.
15. Ivet Lalova
Ivet is a Bulgarian track competitor who works in the 100m and 200m dash. She has shown up in 4 diverse Olympic games and came out ahead of the pack in the European titles in the 100m dash in 2012. She is additionally hitched to Italian sprinter Simone Collio.
Next on our rundown we have Cathrine Larsasen, a Norwegian pole vaulter. Catherine won the Norwegian titles multiple times in succession somewhere in the range of 2004 and 2013. She has taken a break from the game to have kids, we trust that she will return to the game soon.
Jirina Ptacnikova is a very well known pole vaulter for the Czech Republic. She won the European Championships in 2012 and competed in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics. She likewise set the Czech pole vault record in 2014, a very impressive record indeed.
18. Sandi Morris
Sandi is a pole vaulter for the United States. She won a silver medal in pole vault at the 2016 Olympics and is the current record holder in the outdoor world. She additionally has a very soft spot for animals and jeeps, a very unique sweetheart.
19. Jess Tappin
Jess is an olympic style sports competitor from Great Britain who does the heptathlon and the 400m obstacles. Lamentably, a lot of her vocation has been tormented by wounds. But like the real sportswoman she is, she has never backed down from challenges as long as her body permitted.
20. Queen Harrison
Queen is popular for being a hurdler and sprinter for the United States. She went to the Olympics in 2008 for the 400m obstacles. She likewise won the 2010 NCAA Outdoor 100m and 400m obstacles turning into the very first lady to win both the titles around the same time.
21. Maria Andrejczyk
Maria is a Polish track competitor that contends in the spear game of javelin. She is the 2015 European Junior Champion. She likewise came fourth in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. She has quite an impressive record for such a young person.
22. Anicka Newell
Anicka is a Canadian pole vaulter. She is actually from the United States but she went to college at Texas State University. We aren’t sure how she wound up in Canada but she started living there when she got qualified for the 2016 Olympics as a part of the Canadian group.
23. Nadine Broersen
This rundown additionally includes many heptathletes, here is another. Nadine is a Dutch heptathlete. She competed in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics where she completed thirteenth in the two appearances.
Angelica is a Swedish track competitor and is another competitor that does the pole vault. She is right now the Swedish indoor record holder with a vault of 4.70 m.
25. Emma Coburn
Emma runs for the United States and represents considerable authority in the 3000m Steeplechase. She won a bronze at the 2016 Olympics and came out ahead of the pack in that same field of games at the 2017 World Championships.
26. Chantae McMillan
Chantae is a track competitor from the USA who spends significant time in the heptathlon. She qualified and took an interest in the 2012 Olympics in London and simply missed meeting all requirements for the 2016 Olympic games. She headed off to college at the University of Nebraska and is the most cultivated heptathlete in that school’s history.
Nikoleta is the first of many pole vaulters that will be highlighted on this rundown. Not certain what it is about the pole vault yet there are such a large number of attractive pole vaulters out there we may need to make another rundown including simply pole vaulters. Nikoleta is a Greek pole vaulter who won a bronze medallion at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing. She is additionally one of the strongest on the rundown and if for reasons unknown all the ladies in the rundown were to have a mammoth bar brawl with one another our cash would be on Nikoleta to be one of the last ladies standing.
28. Dafne Schippers
Daphne is a Dutch sprinter who has likewise contended in the heptathlon. She won a silver award in the 200-meter run at the 2016 Olympics in Rio and furthermore won the 2015 and 2017 World Championships. Not very bad at all.
Ana is a Brazilian olympic style sports sprinter who once held the South American record for the 100m and is the present record holder in the 200m with a period of 22.48 seconds. She is additionally on the 4 x 100 relay racing group.
30. Colleen Quigley
Colleen is from the USA and takes part as a middle distance runner who has some expertise in the 3,000-meter Steeplechase. She took eighth spot in that occasion at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio. As anyone might expect she likewise does some modeling when she isn’t preparing for any championships.
31. Christina Vukicevic Demidov
Only one glance towards Christina Vukicevic Demidov and you are her fan. She is so great. She is a seven-time Norway champion in the 100 meters obstacles, victor of the gold award at the European Youth Olympic Festival in 2003. In 2004, Christina completed fifth at the World Junior Championships and was second at a similar rivalry a year later. After an additional 6 years, in 2010, the Norwegian won a bronze medal at the European Championships. In 2016, she left games since she wedded Vadim Demidov who is a celebrated footballer.
32. Melissa Bishop
She is a Canadian sprinter who partakes in female running especially in the 800 meters run. She took part in the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Matches and dominated a silver medal at the 2015 World Athletics Championships. She was the first person to win the World Cup award among Canadian ladies. Melissa is additionally one of the three Canadians who came up short on 2 minutes on a 800 meters distance run. As of now, the competitor is the national victor among ladies at the same 800 m distance run.
33. Genzebe Dibaba
This young lady is an Ethiopian sprinter and one of the most delightful competitors at significant distances. She is additionally an African champion among youngsters in a distance run of 5000 meters in 2009. A pretty young lady from colorful Ethiopia who has unassuming physical structure – her tallness is 168 cm and her weight is 52 kg. She is the sister of the Olympic victor and perhaps the most blazing sprinter Tirunesh Dibaba, and furthermore the cousin of another Olympic hero and wonderful lady Derartu Tulu. She isn’t just an expert sprinter yet additionally perhaps the hottest competitor on the planet.
34. Alica Ѕchmidt
In 2019, 20-year-old Alica Schmidt from Germany was perceived as “the hottest competitor on the planet among ladies sprinters”. Schmidt got a silver award at the European Athletics Championships. Alice’s page on Instagram is followed by 333 thousand followers. She regularly organizes photoshoots at the arena, presenting in crop tops, smaller than normal shorts, and tight stockings. Furthermore, the young lady teams up with sportswear brands and models for them.
35. Carmelita Jeter
She is an American lady sprinter who won the bronze award in the 100m race at the World Athletics Championships and won the 2007 world games finals at a similar distance. She is perhaps the quickest lady sprinters. As of now, Carmelita has three outcomes, which are among the top ten positions for all occasions. Of course, the competitor is nicknamed “Jet” for a reason.
36. Tirunesh Dibaba
This Ethiopian competitor partakes in significant distance races. She holds the world record for the distance of 5000 meters. She won three gold decorations at the Olympics, two of them in Beijing in 2008, at distance of 5000 and 10000 meters, the third at the Olympics in London in 2012, at a racing distance of 10,000 meters. Additionally, Tirunesh succeeded at the World Cross Country Running Champion. In a word – the frenzy of this competitor knows no limits!
37. Yuliya Levchenko
She is the 2017 World Championship silver medallist, and contended at the 2015 World Championships, and the 2016 Olympic Games, without arriving at the last. She is additionally the 2017 European U23 champion. Her own bests in the event are 2.02 meters outside (Minsk 2019) and 1.99 meters inside (Glasgow 2019). She was positioned second on the planet for season 2017. In 2017, she was named European Athletics Rising Star of the Year by EA.
38. Genevieve Lacaze
LaCaze contends in the 3000 meters steeplechase event and the 1500 metres. She began running when she was nine years old. In the United States, she is trained by Paul Spangler. In Australia, she was instructed by David Howells. She has likewise been trained by Todd Morgan. As of 2018, she was trained by Nic Bideau.
LaCaze completed second in the 2012 Melbourne Track Classic in the 3000 meters steeplechase. LaCaze completed first at the 2012 Indianapolis American Milers Club in the 3000 meters steeplechase and first in the 1500 meters race.
39. Marie Laurence Jungfleisch
She is a German competitor spending quite some significant time in the high jump. She completed fourth at the 2017 World Championships and won the bronze award at the 2018 European Championships.
Johnson-Thompson’s heptathlon results incorporate completing fourteenth at the 2012 London Olympics, fifth at the 2013 World Championships, 6th at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and fifth at the 2017 World Championships. She won the gold medal in the heptathlon at the 2018 Commonwealth Matches before dominating the silver award at the 2018 European Championships with an individual best score of 6,759 focuses, which moved her into the world unsurpassed Top 25.
41. Nadine Visser
She is a Dutch competitor. She initially represented considerable authority in the heptathlon, yet inevitably changed to high obstacles (60 m obstacles indoor, and 100 m obstacles open air). Visser is the 2017 European Athletics U23 Champion on the 100 m obstacles, and the 2019 European Athletics Indoor Champion on the 60 m obstacles. Visser is instructed by Bart Bennema, who is additionally the mentor of Dafne Schippers.
42. Jessica Ennis-Hill
As a rival in heptathlon, she is the 2012 Olympic hero, a three-time title holder (2009, 2011, 2015), and the 2010 European champion. She is additionally the 2010 world indoor pentathlon champion. An individual from the City of Sheffield and Dearne athletic club, she is a previous British national record holder for the heptathlon. She is a previous British record holder in the 100 meters leaps, the high jump and the indoor pentathlon.
43. Me’Lisa Barber
She ran on the 2001 Team USA World University Games gold award winning 4 × 400 m relay race group with University of South Carolina colleagues Demetria Washington, Carolyn Jackson and her twin sister Miki Barber.
She ran the initial leg in cooperating with her sister Miki to establish a school precedent of 3:33.14 at the University of South Carolina rivalry. Barber finished in the runners up position at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. She was named second group all-state in the 55 m in 1998 and first group all-state in the 100 m and 200 m outside around the same time.
44. Alysha Newman
She is a Canadian olympic style sports competitor, who spent a significant time in pole vault. She is the supreme Commonwealth Games champion in the ladies’ pole vault following the 2018 Games in the Gold Coast, where she set another Games record of 4.75 meters (15.6 ft).
45. Brianna Rollins
Brianna Rollins won in the 100 obstacles in a period of 12.34 at the 2016 United States Olympic Trials (olympic style sports) in front of Team USA colleagues Kristi Castlin and Nia Ali to meet all requirements to speak to United States at Athletics at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil. Not just did she win a gold award, yet her partners set second and third, making it the first run through in history that one nation got all the awards in the Olympic Games, and the first run through American ladies accomplished such a win in any Olympic event.
46. Fatima Diame
She is a Spanish competitor who spent a significant time in the triple jump. She spoke to her nation at the 2017 World Championships without arriving at the last. She won a bronze award in the 2015 European Junior Championships in the long jump event.
47. Khaddi Sagnia
At the first Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, she won the gold medal in the final of the triple jump event. Khaddi began with olympic style events in 2007 and has progressed as an athlete at an exceptionally quick pace. Indeed, even before going to the Youth Olympic Games she had spoken to the senior national group.
48. Katelyn Ohashi
She is an American aesthetic gymnast who vied for the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a six-time All-American and was a four-time individual from USA Gymnastics’ Junior National Team, the 2011 junior national champion and the victor of the 2013 American Cup. She was the talk of all the media outlets and social media in January 2019 for her ideal 10 score at the 2019 Collegiate Challenge, the fourth flawless 10 story routine of her profession.
49. Yarisley Silva
Silva is the only Cuban lady to arrive at a world class standard in the pole vault. Her own bests of 4.90 m (16 ft 3⁄4 in) outside and 4.78 m (15 ft 8 in) inside are the Cuban and Central American and Caribbean records for the occasion.
She developed at the provincial level with a silver medal at the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games, and a bronze award at the 2007 Pan American Games. She at that point won gold medals at the 2009 Central American and Caribbean Championships in Athletics and the 2011 Pan American Games.
50. Dina Asher-Smith
She is the quickest British lady in written history. She is the 2019 World Champion at 200 meters, the 2016 and 2018 European victor at 200 meters and the 2018 European champion at 100 meters. She likewise won 2016 Olympic bronze and gold awards at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and 2018 European Championships in the 4 × 100 meters relay race. She holds the British records in the 100 and 200 meters, with 10.83 secs (2019) and 21.88 secs (2019).
51. Nafissatou Thiam
She is a Belgian competitor gaining practical experience in multi-occasion rivalry. Her mom is Belgian and her dad is Senegalese. As of February 2020, Thiam holds the Belgian record in ladies’ heptathlon, ladies’ long jump and ladies’ javelin. She set another world record for the high jump event inside a ladies’ heptathlon rivalry in 2019.
52. Laura Muir
She has some expertise in the 800m, 1500m, 3000m and 5000m. She is the 2018 European winner in the 1500 meters, a double cross 2017 European Indoor victor, winning the 1500m/3000m twofold, an accomplishment rehashed in 2019, and a double cross 2018 World Indoor Championship medallist, with silver at 1500m and bronze at 3000m. Muir is a 2 time Diamond League champion in 1500 meters, winning in 2016 on the points format made originally, and again in 2018 when she won the Diamond League Final in the new title position.
53. Niamh Emerson
In April 2018, Emerson contended in the heptathlon in the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, where she came third, winning the bronze award for England, with an individual best of 6043 points. In July 2018, Emerson won heptathlon gold for Great Britain at the 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland, scoring an individual best of 6253 points.
54. Morgan Lake
Lake broke the 29-year-old UK Under 17 record in the field of high jump, clearing 1.90 m in 2013, and broke the 23-year-old UK Under 20 high jump record with 1.93m in 2014. She likewise broke the world indoor pentathlon youth (under-18) record in 2014, with a score of 4284 points. At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, she became the only British lady to arrive at an Olympic high jump event since Debbie Marti in 1992. In 2018, she completed the competition in the fourth position at the World Indoor Championships and won her first senior silver award at the Commonwealth Games.
55. Verena Preiner
She is an Austrian competitor who has some expertise in the heptathlon. She won the bronze award at the 2019 World Championships.
Catch a glimpse of her personal life of her instagram @verena_preiner. Her profile is a mixture of professionalism and fun, where she keeps her fans posted about her newest achievement.