With summer ending in the Northern Hemisphere, all you savages must feel terrible that women won’t be having fun in the sun while wearing swimsuits. Water and beautiful girls is a deadly combination that can make any man weak. That’s why we decided to show off some of the hottest female swimmers in the entire world.
These ladies don’t care what they look like while competing, and we agree with them, no one should care. However, on their off days, when they go out for dinner or to a party or work a photo-shoot, these swimmers are as hot as any full-time models and television personalities. It’s incredible how they can balance beauty with their athletic talent.
Our list doesn’t just include swimmers of today but some former swimmers who are still beloved and talked about as if they never retired. Most if not all these swimmer competed in this century so don’t worry, there are no older ladies on here. Beauty is subjective and we’re sure you may think some ladies should be on this list while others are not. Some that didn’t make the cut are Charlene, Princess of Monaco, Aurélie Rivard, Laure Manaudou, and Kaitlin Sandeno. Enjoy!
20 Blair Evans
It was a tossup between two beautiful Australians, Blair Evans and Cate Campbell, on who would make the final cut and that honor goes to Evans. What sold us on Evans? Just check out her Instagram account. When she’s not in beast mode in the pool, she’s looking extremely sexy. The 26-year-old specializes in distance freestyle events.
19 Federica Pellegrini
Hailing from a country known for beautiful women, Italy, Pellegrini looks extremely stunning and beautiful at 29 years old. Unlike other swimmers who make their major international debut at the World or European Championships, the 2004 Olympics would be Pellegrini’s first international event at the age of 16. She did not disappoint her countrymen, winning the silver medal in the 200 m freestyle.
18 Siobhan-Marie O’Connor
This English swimmer has done a fine job representing her country. One of the youngest competitive swimmers on the list, 21 years old, O’Connor hasn’t even reached her prime yet. However, she's on point with her looks and deserves to be on this list. Her specialty is the 200 m individual medley, but can also compete in the butterfly and breaststroke.
17 Emilia Bottas
Adorable, wholesome, and winsome are just some of the words to describe this beauty. Born in 1992, this swimmer from Finland is just coming into her own as a world-class athlete. She already is one of the best swimmers to hail from Finland, holding national records in the 50 m butterfly, 100 m butterfly, and 200 m butterfly.
16 Boglarka Kapas
Just some awards this beautiful Hungarian won are the Hungarian Junior Athlete of the Year in 2010, the MOB Junior Award (2010), Junior Prima Award (2010) and Hungarian swimmer of the Year (2011). With that said, Kapas has become a world-class swimmer since 2010. Specializing in the freestyle event, Kapas would light up the European Championships in 2016.
15 Yuliya Yefimova
From Russia with love comes the beautiful Yefimova. At 25 years old, she’s in the prime of her swimming career. She would start swimming at the age of six and would make a name for herself at the 2007 European Short Course Swimming Championships when she won the 50 m, 100 m and 200 m breaststroke events. She would keep moving up in the rankings but her career has been derailed due to several doping scandals.
14 Franziska van Almsick
Almsick may be a bit older than others on this list but that doesn’t mean she isn’t one gorgeous woman. If she was in the prime of her career, she could possibly be number one on our list. The German native would become one of the best swimmers to come out of the country. Her first Olympic medals would come in 1992 at the age of 14.
13 Jenna Randall
Hailing from the Ascot, England, this swimmer looks as delicious as British tea tastes. Randall is best known for being a professional synchronized swimming. Her greatest achievements in the sport were representing her country at the Olympic Games in 2008 and 2012. Although she didn’t win any medals, she still is an Olympian, a title most in the world can’t say.
12 Keri-anne Payne
Born in South Africa, Payne currently represents Great Britain when it comes to swimming. She started her journey as a swimmer at the age of four and would be noticed by scouts when she was eight. Her parents, both British, would move back to Great Britain so Payne could pursue a career in swimming. Born in 1987, Payne would get her first taste of the Olympics at the 2009 Summer Games. She would win a silver medal in the 10-KM open water event.
11 Flávia Delaroli
Brazil is known for a lot of things but maybe the most famous of them all, is their hot women, tons, and tons of hot women. Delaroli is no exception, born in 1983, this beautiful swimmer holds national records in the freestyle competition. She would make her debut on the international level at the age of 15 when she participated in the 1999 Pan American Games.
10 Inge De Bruijn
Even at 44 years old, Bruijin puts most women to shame. The Dutch swimmer is pure hotness, especially if you dig the older ladies. As a four-time Olympic champion and former world record-holder, she deserves to be on this list. As a multi-sport athlete, Bruijin had a ton of choices of which path she would take growing up. She ultimately decided on swimming and we guarantee she doesn’t regret her decision at all.
9 Natalie Coughlin
This California beauty is the most dominant swimmer on this list. If aliens from outer space came and challenged Earth to a swimming competition, you would want Coughlin representing us. She would get her claim to fame swimming for the University of California, Berkeley. During her collegiate years, she would become the first woman to ever swim the 100-meter backstroke in less than one minute.
8 Hanna-Maria Seppälä
Do you love fair-skinned blondes hailing from Scandinavia? If you do, then Seppälä is the perfect swimmer for you to drool all over yourself. At age five, this Finnish swimmer would first make an international splash in 1999 at the European Junior Championships. Maybe the best swimmer to come from Finland, she has broken 100 nation records during her career.
7 Chloe Sutton
This freestyle and long-distance swimmer is a California native born in 1992. Born into a military family, Sutton learned first-hand on what it takes to be a winner. Her discipline and hard work paid off when she made the 2008 Olympic team. Although she placed twenty-second in the 10 km event, that experience would help her down the road. Sutton would obtain five medals in international competition, which includes the Open Water Championships, Pan Pacific Championships, and Pan American Games.
6 Amanda Beard
Born in 1981, Beard is still as smoking hot as she was in the prime of her swimming career. One of the most decorated swimmers on the list, she would become a seven-time Olympic medalist. With two golds, four silvers, and one bronze, Beard will forever be known as a legend. She would get her first taste of Olympic glory at the age of 14 in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
5 Haley Cope
Although retired from competition, Cope could still swim laps around most people in the world. Born and raised in California, she would gain attention while swimming under Teri McKeever at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1998 to 2001. In 2000, her hard work would earn her Swimmer of the Year in the Pacific-10 Conference.
4 Aleksandra Gerasimenya
Not a lot of people know about the country of Belarus but if they took one look at Herasimenia, they would be googling the eastern European nation in a heartbeat. At 31 years old, her time competing in the freestyle and backstroke is coming to an end but if she wanted a career in modeling, it wouldn’t be long before she’s hired.
3 Zsuzsanna Jakabos
Are you in love? We are. This beautiful dark haired Goddess calls Hungary her home. At 28 years old, Jakabos is still competing in competitions today. At ten years old, she would commit to swimming and it turned out great for her. Her hard work and love for the sport earned her an Olympic appearance in 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016. She hasn’t won any Olympic medals but the fact that she represented Hungarian four times is impressive enough.
2 Stephanie Rice
Just got home from a wonderful evening speaking at the Young Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce. It's always such a pleasure to share my story with others in the hopes it sparks that light within them to have the courage to go after their dreams & goals and be the best they can be. Thank you to everyone who came along and waited afterwards to meet me, chat and get photos, I appreciate your patience, love and support. I'm truly so grateful to have the ability to use my experiences to help others ... fills my soul every time 🙌🏼
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? Stephanie Rice of course. The Australian beauty would capture the hearts and minds of fans all over the world when she captured three gold medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. Her excellent career would start to gain traction after winning a gold medal in the 200-meter individual medley at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
1 Bia & Branca Feres
No one on this list can top a double dose of hotness, making the Feres number one in our hearts. Bia and Branca hail from the beautiful country of Brazil (are you surprised?) and have been involved in swimming since the age of three. Not only were they made to play in the water, the sisters would also train in the art of gymnastics.
The incredible combination of athletics has turned themselves into every teen's dream scenario. They would really find their niche in synchronized swimming. Born in 1988, the two would gain attention in 2005 when they placed second in the Pan American Junior Games. They would represent Brazil in many events but never reached the biggest prize of them all, the Olympics. The twins have capitalized on their looks and have been heavily involved in the modeling scene.
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