London 2012 Hottest Olympians: Women's List

2012 London Olympic Games - The Hot List

Alright track fans, we know you've been waiting all year for this much anticipated list, and it has finally been decided. The highly qualified Flotrack staff has spoken. We give you the Flotrack list of the hottest athletes of the 2012 Olympic Games. Be sure to bookmark this page because you'll want to watch out for these really really ridiculously good looking people. 

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Olympic Women

10.  Louise Hazel (Great Britain) - Heptathlon

15th at 2011 World Championships

9. Lolo Jones (USA) - 100m Hurdles

7th place at 2008 Olympic Games

8. Brianne Theisen (Canada) - Heptathlon

15th at 2009 World Championships

7. Ezinne Okparaebo (Norway) - 100m, 200m

4th at 2012 European Championships

6. Kara Goucher (USA) - Marathon

Bronze medalist at 2007 World Championships, 9th place in the 5k at 2008 Olympic Games, 10th place in the 10k at 2008 Olympic Games

5. Emma Coburn (USA) - Steeplechase

12th place at 2011 World Championships

4. Christine Merrill (Sri Lanka) - 400m Hurdles

Competing in her first Olympic Games 

3. Genevieve LaCaze (Australia) - Steeplechase
2012 NCAA Outdoor Championships runner-up

2. Melanie Adams (Australia) - Pole Vault

Hasn't really done much but is very good looking

1. Leryn Franco (Paraguay) - Javelin

Going into her third Olympic Games, hopefully not in heels.

2018 DIII NCAA XC All-American Projections

Below are FloTrack's 2018 projections for the men's and women's DIII NCAA XC All-Americans:

Former NCAA Stars Make Their XC Predictions

NCAA XC: Dynasties On The Line

Watch the 2018 DI NCAA XC Championships LIVE on FloTrack, Saturday Nov. 17th!

DIII NCAA XC Women's Preview: Hopkins Hones In On Dynasty

Workout Wednesday: Johns Hopkins Men & Women

The 2018 DIII NCAA women’s cross country championships will feature a favorite in Johns Hopkins looking to expand on their recent dynasty, and a slew of challengers seeking to put an end to the Blue Jays’ dominance. Hopkins will race for their sixth title since 2012 on Saturday in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, a run that only one other DIII women’s program in history has accomplished. It should be fascinating to watch it all unfold in brutal cross country conditions this weekend.

Deep Field Tries To Take Down New Mexico, Kelati Goes For First Title

NCAA XC: Dynasties On The Line

It didn’t take long for the narrative of the women’s NCAA cross country season to shift. New Mexico entered the fall with three of the nation’s best runners, high profile transfers, and a clear line to their third team title in four years. 

NCAA XC Champs Confidence Picks: NAU Three-Peats, McDonald Edges Fisher

The stakes are clear and the storylines are well established. 

NAU Goes For Three, Fisher/McDonald Finally Meet

2018 Men's DI NCAA XC Rewind

It was only minutes after they stepped off the track at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon, that Tyler Day and Matt Baxter were thinking of the fall. 

DIII NCAA XC Men's Preview: North Central Goes For No. 19

Workout Wednesday: North Central Crushes Mile Repeats

The winningest program in NCAA cross country history will look to add another title to their storied legacy as North Central College races for their record 19th DIII XC men's national championship on Saturday November 17, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The Cardinals will enter the meet as big favorites to take their third straight NCAA crown on the icy terrain of Lake Breeze Golf Course, but it won’t be easy as they battle experienced foes and freezing cold conditions. Another notch in North Central's hefty championship belt is at stake on race day, but it’s a notch they will really have to earn.

House Of Run: NCAA Sleepers And Storylines

Jason and Kevin discuss the sleepers, spoilers and storylines for Saturday’s NCAA Cross Country Championships. Can NAU and New Mexico continue their winning ways? Will the men’s race come down to Grant Fisher and Morgan McDonald?

DIII Regional Recap: Favorites Look Strong In NCAA Rehearsal

Workout Wednesday: North Central Crushes Mile Repeats

Below are the 32 men’s and women’s DIII NCAA cross country teams heading to nationals in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, this Saturday, November 17. We highlight the top stories from regionals underneath the NCAA fields.

PLAY NOW: 2018 FloXC Fantasy League

Introducing the season long FloXC fantasy league. A chance for you to compete against the FloTrack staff and be in the running to win a FloPRO subscription for a year! The final round is upon us where points are worth triple, meaning even if you have not played FloXC Fantasy this past season you still have a chance to win if you play this final round!