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There’s been a lot of bad press about the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, but we think that the focus will shift entirely once people get a glimpse of Team USA.

To help you better figure out which events you should be paying close attention to, we’ve compiled the hottest members of Team USA in the list below. Not only that, over the past few weeks we’ve been pulling together galleries of all the ladies you’ll want to keep an eye on. For further research, or whatever.

1/ Emma Coburn – Steeplechase

Emma Coburn is a U.S. Olympic runner, who specializes in the 3000m steeplechase and will appear in the upcoming ESPN The Magazine Body Issue. The Crested Butte, Colorado native ran for the University of Colorado track & field team before turning pro and getting sponsored by New Balance. She’s a 4-time National Champion in the 3000m steeplechase, winning in 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2015. Coburn also represented the U.S. in the 2012 Olympics in London, finishing 9th in the 3000m steeplechase.

Now, Let’s see the beauty of Emma Coburn.


Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn 
Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn

Hottest Women of Team USA- Emma Coburn


2/ Kassidy Cook – Diving

Kassidy Cook is a diver who broke onto the Rio Summer Olympics Dive Team, representing Team USA. This chick is sure to be a fan favorite. Not only does she seem like a young athlete out there having fun, we’d be lying if we didn’t mention that she’s very easy on the eyes. Kassidy swims for Stanford University (well, technically she took a year sabbatical to train for the games), and is one of the four current student-athletes the Cardinal are sending to Rio.

Now, Let’s see the beauty of Kassidy Cook.


Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

Hottest Women of Team USA- Kassidy Cook

3/ Allyson Felix – Sprinter

With the Summer Olympics rapidly approaching, we thought it’d be a perfect time to get acquainted with U.S. Olympic sprinter Allyson Felix. The Los Angeles, California native competes in the 100 meter, 200 meter and 400 meter events, and she boasts a trophy case stocked to the brim with medals. She’s won nine golds, three silvers and a bronze at World Championships, and she’s brought home four golds and two silvers from the Olympics.

Now, Let’s see the beauty of Allyson Felix.


Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

Hottest Women of Team USA- Allyson Felix

4/ Lexi Weeks – Pole Vault

The 2016 Summer Olympics are rapidly approaching, so let’s take a few minutes to get to know U.S. Olympic pole vaulter Lexi Weeks. Weeks is from Cabot, Arkansas, and she is currently a student-athlete at the University of Arkansas. Amazingly, she has an identical twin sister named Tori, who is also a pole vaulter for the Razorbacks. Weeks recently finished up an outstanding freshman year, winning the pole vault at both the NCAA Division I Indoor and Outdoor Championships.

Now, Let’s see the beauty of Lexi Weeks.



Hottest Women of Team USA- Lexi Weeks

Hottest Women of Team USA- Lexi Weeks

Hottest Women of Team USA- Lexi Weeks

Hottest Women of Team USA- Lexi Weeks

Hottest Women of Team USA- Lexi Weeks

Hottest Women of Team USA- Lexi Weeks

Hottest Women of Team USA- Lexi Weeks


5/ Jenna Prandini – Sprinter

With the 2016 Summer Olympics right around the corner, let’s take some time to get acquainted with U.S. Olympic sprinter Jenna Prandini. Jenna is from Clovis, California, and she specializes in 100 meter, 200 meter, and long jump events. Jenna had a huge 2015, winning the 200 meter at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, the 100 meter at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships, and the long jump at the NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships. She also took home a silver medal in the 4 x 100 meter relay at the 2015 IAAF World Championships.

The 23-year-old University of Oregon grad will look to add some Olympic hardware to her trophy case in 2016. Jenna didn’t compete in the long jump at the U.S. Olympic Trials and she didn’t make the Olympic squad in the 100 meter after finishing in 5th place, but she was able to punch her ticket to Rio in the 200 meter. On Sunday, July 10, Jenna came in 3rd place in the 200 meter final at the U.S. Olympic Trials by the narrowest of margins. Her time of 22.53 seconds edged out Allyson Felix for the final roster spot by just one-hundredth of a second.

Now, Let’s see the beauty of Jenna Prandini.



Jenna Prandini

Jenna Prandini

Jenna Prandini

Jenna Prandini

Jenna Prandini

Jenna Prandini

Jenna Prandini

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