20. Naide Gomes – Portugal
Coming in at six feet tall, Naide Gomes of Portugal will use her height to her best advantage at the long jump at this year’s Olympics. For more photos, vids and information about Naide, check out this post.
19. Yelena Isinbayeva – Russia
This tall Russian beauty competed in gymnastics but left after being too tall to compete. Read more about Yelena and her transition to track and field here.
18. Sue Bird – United States
Sue Bird is one of only six women to have received an NCAA title, a WNBA championship and an Olympic gold medal. Check out more sexy pictures and videos of Sue here.
17. Jenny Adams – United States
Specialist in the 100m hurdles, this US track and field star is ready to run (and jump) at this year’s Olympics. Look at Jenny’s other pictures and videos here.
16. Luciana Aymar – Argentina
Field hockey player for Argentina, Luciana Aymar has held both Olympic bronze and silver. Can she and her team make it to gold this year? Click this link for more pictures and video of Luciana.
15. Margherita Granbassi – Italy
Coming in 10th at Athens, this Italian fencing queen is ready and back for more at this year’s Olympics. Read more about Margherita here.
14. Heather Mitts – United States
Coming back from an injury from a May 2007 game, former hottest female athlete for Playboy.com Heather Mitts is ready to help bring glory and gold to the US Olympic women’s soccer team. Get more sexy pictures and video of Heather in this post.
13. Natalie Coughlin – United States
With five as her lucky number (five medals in Athens, five medals in the 2005 worlds, and five medals in the 2007 worlds), swimmer Natalie Coughlin is competing in her second Olympics. Want to see more Natalie? Click here.
12. Susanna Kallur – Sweden
She may have been born in New York, but this spunky young hurdler will be representing Sweden for the second time in Beijing. Take a peek into her life – and her photos – here.
11. Allyson Felix – United States
This track and field star from Los Angeles is fast and ready to run for the gold in the Beijing Olympics. Read more about her life and her rise to the top here.