21 Most Beautiful Female Swimmers In The World

Swimming is one of those sports that has a number of seriously beautiful athletes. They have some of the best physiques around, all lean and ripped. While most swimmers tend to have very lean, trim bodies, some have noticeable muscles and have still been able to maintain some level of femininity and still have curves in all the right places.

They’ve managed to achieve what many people deem to be the ultimate package. These sexy babes are in the top physical condition and spend a good amount of time wearing next to nothing in and out of the water.

Abbie Wood

British swimmer from Buxton; Abbie Wood was named a member of the British team to go to the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. This would be her first Olympics, joining an “exceptionally high quality” swimming team.

Regan Smith

Regan Smith is the current world record holder of the women’s 200-meter backstroke and former world record holder in the 100-meter backstroke. In addition, she has a second world record as a part of the USA women’s 4 x 100 medley relay.

Kylie Masse

Twenty-five years old Kylie Jacqueline Masse is a Canadian competition swimmer. She specializes in backstroke. She is a two-time Olympic medalist, having tied for the bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in 100 m backstrokes and then won the silver medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Blair Evans

Blair’s beautiful, lean and muscular. Her physique might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but no one can deny that she’s gorgeous. In certain outfits, she’s lean and appears to be ripped beyond belief. But Blair knows how to work it, has some curves, and knows how to flaunt them.

Jeanette Ottesen

Jeanette Ottesen is a Danish swimmer, someone who’s been around for some time having competed at four Olympic games. The swimming star has created quite an impression. Her physique might not be to everybody’s liking, but it’s certainly striking. 

Chloe Sutton

This American 26-year-old swimmer takes part in freestyle and long-distance events. She’s won three gold medals in major swimming competitions and is one of the most popular swimmers out there. That’s because of her success in the pool, but also because she’s one steamy competitor. 

Kaylee McKeown

Twenty years old Kaylee McKeown is an Australian swimmer. Kaylee is an Olympic gold medalist, winning the 100-meter backstroke at the 2020 summer games staged in Tokyo in 2021. She is the current world record holder of the women’s 100-meter backstroke.

Barbora Seemanova

Twenty-one years old Barbora Seemanová is a Czech swimmer. She competed in the women’s 200-meter freestyle event at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Haley Cope

Haley Cope is an American former competition swimmer, Olympic medalist, and former world record-holder.  she won a silver medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics, eight world championship medals, and held a world record in the 50-meter backstroke.

Flavia Delaroli

Flávia Delaroli is an Olympic and National Record-holding freestyle swimmer. She competed for the last time at the 2012 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) in Istanbul, where she made the 50-meter freestyle final, finishing in 8th place, and the 4×100-metre freestyle final, finishing in 6th place.

Keri-Anne Payne

The hot English beauty Payne started swimming at age four and specializing in marathon open water swimming. She is a two-time World 10 km Open Water champion and an Olympic silver medallist.

Siobhan Bernadette Haughey

Twenty-three years old Siobhán Bernadette Haughey is a Hong Kong swimmer. Haughey won a gold medal and broke the meet record in the 100-meter freestyle at the World Junior Championships in 2013, the first medalist from Hong Kong. In 2014, she gained two silver medals in the 100-meter freestyle and 200m individual medley at Youth Olympics, which set history for the Hong Kong swimming team.

Bia Feres and Branca Feres are

The beautiful Brazilian synchronized swimmers Bia and Branca Feres are identical twins. They started practicing swimming and gymnastics at the age of 3 and began synchronized swimming at 7. The Feres sisters were champions of Brazil in both juvenile and adult categories. They are also models and have appeared in several photoshoots.

Hanna Maria Seppala

Hanna-Maria is a freestyle swimmer from Finland. She has won the world title in the 100 m freestyle at the 2003 World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Throughout her career, she has broken over hundred Finnish national records.

Amanda Beard

A seven-time Olympic medalist (two gold, four silver, one bronze), Amanda Beard held the world record in the 200-meter breaststroke (long course). Beard’s success has earned her the American Swimmer of the Year Award twice.

Laure Manaudou

Laure Manaudou is a retired French Olympic, world and European champion swimmer. She was included in this hottest women swimmers alive list because she has held the world record in freestyle events between 200 and 1500 meters. 

Ariarne Titmus

Ariarne Titmus is an Australian swimmer and the reigning Olympic champion in the women’s 200-metre and 400-meter freestyle. She currently represents the Cali Condors, which is part of the International Swimming League.

Stephanie Rice

At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Stephanie Rice won three gold medals (each in world record time). In addition, she has won the 2008 Telstra Australian Swimmer of the Year and the Pacific Rim Swimmer of the Year awards. On January 26, 2009, she was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia. 

Zsuzsanna Jakabos

The Hungarian beauty Zsuzsanna Jakabos competed in seven events at the 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 Olympics, with the best achievement of 6th place in the 4×200 m freestyle relay in 2008. With dazzling figures, she’s the most glamorous as well.

Natalie Coughlin

Throughout her swimming career, she was also a top contender. She has won a total of 49 medals in major international competitions. At the 2008 Summer Olympics, she became the first American athlete in modern Olympic history to win six medals in one Olympics and the first woman ever to win a 100-meter backstroke gold in two consecutive Olympics. 

Swimming isn’t a sport you would necessarily equate with these assets, but these swimmers sure are changing perceptions of the athletes they are.

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