The Tokyo Olympics 2020 begins this Friday, 23 July 2021 and the world’s top athletes have descended upon the city.

These athletes have been training for years – the sweat, the tears and all the injuries that they have endured – for this Olympic glory and to be called an Olympian. Audiences around the world will be following the events and cheering them on, and it is always fun to feast our eyes too on the hottest and sexiest athletes out there.

We have selected a few of the sexiest female athletes and let’s get to know a little bit about them.

Alica Schmidt


Country and Sport: Germany, Running

Birth date: 8 November 1998 (23 years old)

Alica is a social media influencer and a well known social networking star
  • She has participated in numerous track events such as the relay race, 400m race, and long jump since her school days
  • Won silver trophy in Europe’s Under 20 championship in the 4X400 relay in 2017
  • Has been selected as the “World’s hottest track athlete” by “Busted Coverage” magazine in 2018
  • Alica’s boyfriend, Fredi Richter is a body builder and photographer
  • Is the new physical exercise coach of the German football club ‘Borussia Dortmund’

Janja Garnbert


Country and Sport: Slovenia, Rock climbing & Sport Climbing

Birth date: 12 March 1999 (22 years old)

Janja’s boyfriend, Domen Škofic is also a world champion in climbing
  • Janja has been climbing since elementary school when she enrolled in a climbing course to learn proper techniques of climbing
  • 6 World Championship titles
  • 3 overall World Cup wins in lead climbing (2016, 2017, 2018)
  • 1 overall World Cup win in bouldering (2019)
  • 2 silver medals at European Climbing Championships
  • Set a World Record in 2020 when she climbed a route on the highest chimney (360 metre) in Europe in Trbovlje, Slovenia, together with boyfriend Domen Škofic, within 7 hours and 32 minutes

Leticia Bufoni


Country and Sport: Brazil, Professional street skateboarder

Birth date: 13 April 1993 (28 years old)

Leticia is a spokesperson for female skaters around the world and continues to break down barriers in women’s skateboarding
  • Leticia started skating when she was 9 with a group of boys and her father broke her board in attempt to get her to stop skating with them.
  • A six-time X Games gold medalist and four-time winner of the World Cup Female Street Skate Championship
  • Starred in her own reality TV show, “Leticia Let’s Go”
  • Owns her own board company called Yeah Yeah Skateboards

Naomi Osaka


Country and Sport: Japan, Tennis

Birth date: 16 October 1997 (24 years old)

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Naomi came out with the idea to have a documentary series about her life, “Naomi Osaka” now showing on Netflix
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Naomi has referred to Serena Williams as her “mom” and the late Kobe Bryant as her “big bro”
  • Her dad Leonard François, trained both Osaka and her sister Mari, starting at the age of 3
  • Ranked No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association and first Asian player to hold the top ranking in singles
  • Defeated Serena Williams and won her first Grand Slam at the US Open on September 8, 2018
  • Won Grand Slam against Petra Kvitová at the Australian Open on January 26, 2019
  • Won the 2020 US Open in a final match against Victoria Azarenka
  • In 2019, Barbie released a line of dolls celebrating extraordinary women, including Osaka
  • Her boyfriend, Cordae is a Grammy-nominated rapper

Simone Biles


Country and Sport: USA, Gymnastics 

Birth date: 14 March 1997 (24 years old)

Simone has four gymnastics moves named after her and even has her own emoji called “Simoji”
  • Most decorated female gymnast ever, with 30 World and Olympic medals
  • First female U.S. gymnast to win four gold medals at a single Games at the Olympic Games in Rio, 2016
  • A seven-time U.S. all-around champion, the first woman to win five World all-around titles, three World balance beam titles, and five World floor exercise titles
  • At 4 ft 8 in (142 cm) tall, she was the shortest out of the over 500 athletes representing the United States in the Rio Olympics 2016
  • Competed with a kidney stone at the 2018 World Gymnastics Championships in Doha, Qatar