Top 10 Hottest Female Swimmers

There is a clear advantage for swimmers and having good looks, as they wear as little clothing as possible and are constantly working out. There have been a few swimmers who have caught our attention, and it surely isn’t because of their form. Check out the top ten hottest female swimmers.

1. Zsuzsanna Jakabos

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Zsuzsanna “Zsu” Jakabos was born in Hungary and began swimming at a young age. She is a former Hungarian Swimmer of the Year and competed at the Olympics from 2004 to 2016. However, her highest finish in sixth place in the freestyle relay. 

2. Bia & Bianca Feres

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Bia and Bianca Feres are two Brazilian swimmers, and yeah, they are twins. They began swimming at the age of three but dived into synchronized swimming at the age of seven. Both have won multiple medals at the Pan American Games and various tournaments around the world. As you might have expected, both are active models that take up more of their time these days.

3. Amanda Beard

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Amanda Beard is one of the hottest US Olympic Swimmers in history and is also one of the more decorated. She used to hold the world record in the 200-meeter breaststroke. She also has seven Olympic medals, including two golds. Beard was born in Newport Beach, California. She dominated the collegiate level at the University of Arizona. Beard has been on The Best Damn Sports Show Period in her time and has modeled for fitness magazines as well as Sports Illustrated.

4. Stephanie Rice

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Born in Brisbane Australia, Stephanie Rice is one of the top swimmers for her country. She won three gold medals at the Summer Olympics in Beijing. Rice went to Clayfield College. She also appeared on season 3 of Celebrity Apprentice Australia. For any fans out there. Rice now is coaching in the Los Angeles area, which is now her main focus.

5. Natalie Coughlin

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Another American swimmer is Natalie Coughlin. She is a 12-time Olympic Medal winner. Coughlin attended UC Berkley and swam the 100-meter backstroke in less than one minute. She became the first woman ever to do this. As you might guess, she would go onto dominate in the backstroke. She has won the American Swimmer of the Year three times and won the World Swimmer of the Year once.

6. Chloe Sutton

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Chloe Sutton is a long-distance and freestyle swimmer who has won five medals on the international level. She has represented the United States in the Olympics but has failed to place. She was born in California, and swimming was a priority. Sutton was swimming professionally during her high school days, where she earned her diploma through the University of Nebraska. Sutton was the American to make open water and pool event teams.

7. Flavia Delaroli

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Flavia Delaroli is a Brazilian swimmer who has dominated in freestyle swimming. She began swimming professionally at 15-years-old, where she was a part of a bronze medal team on the 4×100-metre freestyle relay. She finished with a silver in the 2003 Pan American Games. A year after, she finished 8th in the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. Delaroli broke the Brazilian record for the fasted time in the 50-meter freestyle. 

8. Aleksandra Gerasimenya

Aliaksandra Herasimenia was born in Belarus and is a former swimmer. She has won gold medals at the European and World Championships. She won silver medals in the 2012 Olympics, where she just missed out on gold. Herasimeniawas banned for two years for a drug test.

9. Jenna Randall

Jenna Randall is a former synchronized swimmer who has competed in two Olympics and has won medals at three Commonwealth Games. She was born in Ascot, England, and competed with the club, Rushmoor Synchro. Randall also enjoyed playing Rugy and Basketball. Of course, you can imagine she also does some modeling when she isn’t in the water. 

10. Keri-Anne Payne

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Born in South Africa, Keri-Anne Payne is a British swimmer who focuses on open water and long-distance swimming. She is a two-time 10-kilometer open water world champion. She also has won a silver medal in the Olympics. Payne started swimming at the age of four and then trained at the age of eight. She broke a few records while in high school and then began to compete on an international level. 

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