HOT FEMALE OLYMPIANS Spectacular On and Off the Field
To help increase your blood flow and keep you warm as you watch the winter Olympics, we bring you a few pictures of some of the hottest female Olympians. These women are spectacular on and off the field of competition. Enjoy!
Anna is snowboarder from Austria. She has also competed in the X games and had an amazing 2017 season. She is heavily favored going into the 2018 Winter Olympics. She was the first woman to nail a cab double cork 900. Keep an eye out for her!
Darya is a 5’ 11” long jumping phenom from Russia. She was allowed to compete in the 2016 Summer Games in Rio, despite the ban of Russian athletes for doping. She was able to appeal the initial ruling and since she had been living in the U.S. for a few years, was able to prove she was outside of the scandal. She qualified for the final and finished 9th. To the team at ManScore, however, she’ll always be a 10.
Lauren grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin (Go Packers!). She played college soccer at Purdue and then ended up becoming a Canadian citizen through her Newfoundland-born father. She helped Canada win the bronze at the 2012 Olympics.
This Canadian now lives in Miami Beach when she isn’t traveling the world lighting up the tennis court. She represented Canada in the 2016 Olympic games and has been ranked as high as number 5 in the world! She is aggressive on the court and we hope to see her back in a grand slam final soon. She definitely gives new meaning to the title “I Dream of Genie!”!
Alena Zavarzina and Alyona Alekhina
Alena Zavarzina is a snowboarder from Russia. She took Bronze at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Unfortunately guys, she’s taken. Alena is married to Vic Wild, an American born Russian snowboarder who won a couple of golds at the Sochi Olympics.
Alyona Alekhina has an amazing story. Her Olympic dream was shattered in a horrible accident in 2013. She has come a long way, but is still unable to walk. To see more of Alyona and her inspiring story, check out this video on Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/198652080
Jacqueline got our blood flowing at the Rio games in 2016. She also competed in the 2008 and 2012 games. She is from Recife, Brazil. Here’s hoping she competes in 2020!