Maxim recently released its annual “Hot 100” list for 2014. It’s filled with the usual suspects (Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Alba, etc), but they have been known to add in a few up & coming starlets.
The most shocking omissions are from the television show Mad Men. I don’t know how Maxim failed to add Alison Brie, Christina Hendricks, Jessica Paré or January Jones to the 2014 Maxim Hot 100. Also, I was surprised Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland didn’t make the cut.
I did feel a tad old looking at this year’s list. There are many newcomers and one of the younger Kardashian girls appears on the list for the first time.
See who made Maxim’s Hot 100 list and let us know if you agree with them.
The 2012 Olympics in London, England will soon be here and we want to make sure our readers are as informed as possible. We have logged many hours scouting the female ‘talent’ who will compete in this year’s Olympic games.
We wanted to make sure that we didn’t list the female athletes that you will never see during the telecast. Every female athlete in this post are medal contenders in their respective events and a few could win the gold.
This list of the 12 hottest/sexiest female athletes who will compete in the 2012 Olympics come from a wide range of sports. We have ladies who compete in track and field, soccer, tennis, swimming, etc. A few of the names will be familiar to you, but we have picked out a few sleepers who will turn heads and make appearances on every sports blog the day after their event.
Ana Ivanovic won the French Open today. She is currently the #2 ranked women’s tennis player, but the #1 hottest in my book. Ivanovic is beautiful and she has the ability to win major grand slam championships. Maria Sharapova has that same double threat ability, but she hasn’t won anything lately. After the win today, Ivanovic will become the world’s #1 player, surpassing Justine Henin, who abruptly retired last month.
Ivanovic is only 20-years old, so she isn’t at her peak age. Women’s tennis players usually peak in their early 20s and fade out before their 28. The Williams’ sisters have dominated this sport for the last ten years, but they are both in the downside of their careers. The woman’s side of tennis needs a Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer to dominate, without a dominate player, every tournament is up for grabs. Ivanovic has the ability to dominate, but we’ll see if she can keep her focus as the demand for her will increase. She has already showed interest in modeling, which could distract her. I think a picture of her can distract me from pretty much anything.
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