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Being a top track athlete requires a lot of work and incredible dedication. You have to train hard, eat like an athlete and put in a lot of time. The results are worth it though.
Track athletes aren’t only in great shape but they look great too. This is why we decided we needed to find the best of the best or hottest of the hot from all over the world.
We scoured the Internet for the hottest female track athletes and have put together this list of impressive athletes that should be easy for you to look at.
Here are the hottest female track and field athletes in the world today:
Lolo Jones has been around for what seems like forever and she is still killing it. Not only is she a USA track athlete in the 60 and 100-meter hurdles, she is also a member of the USA bobsled team where she puts her sprinter speed to good use.
Colleen is a middle distance runner from the USA who specializes in the 3,000-meter Steeplechase. She took 8th place in that event at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio. Not surprisingly she also does some modeling when she isn’t training.
23 Ana Cláudia Lemos
Ana is a Brazilian track and field sprinter who once held the South American record for the 100m and is the current record holder in the 200m with a time of 22.48 seconds. She is also on the 4 x 100 relay team.
22 Dafne Schippers
Daphne is Dutch sprinter who has also competed in the heptathlon. She won a silver medal in the 200-meter dash at the 2016 Olympics in Rio and also won the 2015 and 2017 World Championships. Not too shabby.
21 Nikoleta Kyriakopoulou
Nikoleta is the first of many pole vaulters that will be featured on this list. Not sure what it is about the pole vault but there are so many good looking pole vaulters out there we might have to make another list featuring just pole vaulters. Nikoleta is a Greek pole vaulter who won a bronze medal at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing. She is also the most muscular on the list and if for some reason all the woman in the list were to have a giant bar fight with each other our money would be on Nikoleta to be the last woman standing.
20 Chantae Mcmillan
Chantae is a track athlete from the USA who specializes in the heptathlon. She qualified and participated in the 2012 Olympics in London and just missed qualifying for the 2016 Olympic games. She went to college at the University of Nebraska and is the most accomplished heptathlete in that school’s history.
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19 Emma Coburn
Emma runs for the United States and specializes in the 3000m Steeplechase. She won a bronze in this even in the 2016 Olympics and took first place in that event at the 2017 World Championships.
18 Angelica Bengtsson
Angelica is a Swedish track athlete and is another athlete that does the pole vault. She is currently the Swedish indoor record holder with a vault of 4.70 m.
17 Nadine Broersen
This list also features quite a few heptathletes, here is another. Nadine is a Dutch heptathlete. She competed in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics where she finished 13th in both appearances.
16 Anicka Newell
Anicka is a Canadian pole vaulter. She is actually from the United States and went to college at Texas State University. We aren’t sure how she ended up in Canada but she now lives there and qualified for the 2016 Olympics as part of the Canadian team.
15 Maria Andrejczyk
Maria is a Polish track athlete that competes in the javelin. She is the 2015 European Junior Champion. She also took 4th in the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
14 Queen Harrison
Queen is a hurdler and sprinter for the United States. She went to the Olympics in 2008 for the 400m hurdles. She also won the 2010 NCAA Outdoor 100m and 400m hurdles becoming the first women to win both in the same year.
13 Jess Tappin
Jess is a track and field athlete from Great Britan who does the heptathlon and the 400m hurdles. Unfortunately, much of her career has been plagued by injuries.
12 Allyson Felix
Allyson Felix is a track athlete for the USA. She is easily the most decorated athletes on this list with 6 Olympic gold medals and is tied as the most decorated female Olympian in track and field history, with a total of nine Olympic medals.
11 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 outdoor world record holder. She is also an animal and jeep lover.