One of the most popular Olympic sports, gymnastics is not only well known for its incredible athletic brilliance, but is also very popular for giving us some beautiful women competing for the trophy. In addition to their abilities, these players also delight the fans with their beauty. Here are hot gymnasts who have always amazed the public with their beauty.
Hot Gymnasts: Here Are 15 Sizzling Olympic Athletes!
1. Karolina Sevastyanova (Russia)
Gymnastics is a game of skill and effort. The players changed the dynamics of the game with their wonderful and breathtaking performances. One such gymnast is Karolina Sevastyanova from Russia who became the Olympic champion in gymnastics. 17-year-old Carolina was recognized as one of the most beautiful athletes in the world, and her photo in a swimsuit hit the pages of fashion publications. Having fulfilled her golden dream, she retired from her career and began a social life.
2. MacKayla Maroney (USA)
McKayla Rose Maroney is a retired gymnast and artistic singer from the United States. In 2012, as part of the Fierce Five, she won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics. In addition to the silver medal in the individual jump, she also received a bronze medal. Kayla is one of the hottest gymnasts that fans admire for her stunning looks and beauty. Gold medalist at the 2011 World Championships, Rose won gold medals in the team and diving events, while Maroni was part of the US team that won the gold medal. Beauty became the first American
woman to win gold in the vault at the 2013 World Championships, defending her world title.
3. Alessia Maurelli (Italy)
25-year-old Alessia is the leader of the Italian team in group exercises. Still, she has been shining at major international competitions since her very first season in 2014. During this time, the Italian once became the champion of Europe, and three – the world champion. In Sofia, Alessia and her teammates were the best in the exercises with three balls and two ribbons. Alessia Maurelli participated in the 2016 XXXI Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil under the Italian flag where she teamed up with teammates Martina Centofani, Sofia Lodi, Marta Pacnini, and Camilla Patricia in the finals to score 35,549 points and finished 4th.
Alessia Maurelli also participated in two Summer Olympic Games, obtaining a bronze medal in Tokyo 2020, in the group event (along with Martina Centofanti, Agnese Duranti, Daniela Mogurean, and Martina Santandrea), and fourth place in Rio de Janeiro 2016, in the same test. This hot gymnast from Italy won eleven medals at the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships between 2014 and 2021, and five medals at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships, in 2018 and 2021.
4. Alexandra Soldatova (Russia)
Aleksandra Sergeyevna Soldatova is one of the hottest gymnasts in the world who retired at 22. She is famous on Instagram and Soldatova has been vacationing in Dubai: basking on the beach, swimming, riding a jet ski, having fun with animals at the zoo and just being an influencer. This makes her popular and not a day goes by that she does not appear in the news feeds of the sports media. The four-time world champion in artistic gymnastics ended her career (at 22), but plans to become a TV presenter or even a commentator.
She was born on June 1, 1998 in the city of Sterlitamak. She has been doing rhythmic gymnastics since the age of five, her first coaches were Irina Viktorovna Kievets (Pushkino, Moscow Region) and Olga Nikolaevna Nazarova (Pushkino, Moscow Region). Prior to entering the national team, she trained in Dmitrov under the guidance of Anna Shumilova. It is famous for its flexibility, stretching and plasticity. In 2011, coupled with Daria Kondakova and Evgenia Kanaeva, she represented the Gazprom club at the AEON Cup Club World Championship in Japan, where she won first place in the team event and came first in the all-around among juniors. In 2012, at the European Championships in Nizhny Novgorod, she became the best in the finals of the exercise with a ribbon, and together with Yana Kudryavtseva, Diana Borisova, and Yulia Sinitsyna Aleksandra won the team all-around among juniors.
5. Aly Raisman (USA)
American gymnast Aly Raisman was a member of the US Women’s Olympic Gymnastics Team in 2012 and 2016. Now she is rightfully considered one of the best gymnasts in the world at that time. Her Olympic medal collection includes gold medals in team and floor events, as well as bronzes in balance beam and team events. As a result, she became the first American gymnast to win the most medals in the Olympics. With her gold medal in the team event at the 2016 Olympics, she and teammate Gabby Douglas won back-to-back gold medals for the United States. She was also awarded silver medals in individual all-around and freestyle running. She is known for her shape and strong body. However, her attractive and prosperous body gets the attention of every guy in the game and she is regarded as one of the hottest gymnasts in her respective sport.
6. Rebecca Gergalo (Finnish)
22-year-old Rebecca Gergalo from Estonia is also difficult to not call one of the hottest gymnasts of all time. After all, she speaks fluent Russian, became Finnish National All-around champion twice, and in 2019 competed at the 2019 Summer Universiade in Naples, Italy where she ended up in 15th place and did not advance to the Apparatus finals or the World Championships.
7. Valeriya Yuzviak (Ukraine)
Valeriya moved to the adult level in 2016 and even managed to go to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. True, as a spare. She started doing rhythmic gymnastics at the Youth Sports Complex in Uzhhorod, Ukraine in the Kateryna Volodymyrivna Movchan group. She has been on the national team of Ukraine – since 2014. In 2016, she went to the 2016 Olympic Games as a reserve in group exercises. On February 4, 2021, she reported a diagnosis of malignancy (aka rhabdomyosarcoma) but thankfully on February 25, 2021, she successfully operated in Germany.
8. Alexandra Agiurgiuculese (Romania-Italy)
Italian, but not really, Alexandra Agiurgiuculese was born on January 15, 2001 in the eastern Romanian town of Iași, not far from the Moldovan border, where she spent much of her childhood alongside her parents, as well as a younger brother and sister. At a club level by the age of six, Alexandra started rhythmic gymnastics. Here she was trained at the local club from Iasi by Constantin Radu and his assistants Catalina Radu and Oana Cozma. In 2009 she was appointed to a debut group by Irina Deleanu, President of the Romanian Federation of Rhythmic Gymnastics, which from then on represented her home country at international competitions at the junior level. While still in her native Romania, she won various national championships and competitions and took part in various competitions, such as the Miss Valentine Cup 2010 in Tartu, Estonia, and the Irina Deleanu Cup 2010. At the latter tournament, in which she also took part the following year, she met the Slovenian trainer and adjudicator Spela Dragas, who became her trainer from then on and retained this position even after the family moved to Italy.
In 2010 she won the overall standings at the national championships and the Romanian Cup and moved with her parents to Italy, where after some time she made her way into the national team. Already in her debut year 2009 she won a gold and two silver medals at the national championships. In the overall classification, this was also enough for the gold medal in her age category. The World Championships in Sofia was Alexandra’s first big start at the senior level, and she did not disappoint: she won two bronze medals: one in exercises with the ball, the other in the team all-around.
9. Alicia Sacramone (USA)
Retired Olympic silver medalist hailing from America, Alicia Sacramone ranks second among American gymnasts with ten Olympic medals. During the 2008 Summer Olympics, she was a member of the US team that won the silver medal. As one of the hottest gymnasts of all time, she gained popularity due to her beautiful body and beautiful lifestyle. As a floor exercise, she won a bronze medal in 2003, finishing 14th in the all-around. In the same year, she took part in her first international competition. A year later, Alicia won the gold medal at the Pacific Alliance Championships in Honolulu. In addition, she won titles on the floor in 2005, finishing third on the balance beam and fourth overall.
10. Sandra Izbasa (Romania)
Sandra Izbasha is an experienced and ambitious rhythmic gymnast from Romania. Her titles in the 2008 Olympic Freestyle Championships and the 2012 Olympic Ski Jumping Championships make her a two-time Olympian. After a fencing and tennis career, Izbasa joined CSS Steaua Bucharest in 1994 and started gymnastics there. Apart from an impressive career, Sandra is known for her good looks and is considered by fans to be one of the hottest gymnasts. Her gymnastics career began in 2002. Izbasha placed sixth in the all-around at the 2004 European Junior Championships. She won the silver medal on the top floor; her compatriot Steliana Nistor won the gold medal. Her vault and floor gold medals were obtained a year later at the International Youth Competitions in Japan in 2005.
11. Almudena Cid Tostado (Spain)
This former Spanish hot gymnast began rhythmic gymnastics at the age of six. Despite her mother’s initial desire for the girl to take up ballet, she enrolled Almudena in rhythmic gymnastics after her family noted her flexibility. Sid represented Spain from November 1994 to August 2008. During her participation in the Olympic Games in Atlanta and Sydney, this individual rhythmic gymnast became the first Spanish gymnast to compete in two finals. Only one athlete in rhythmic gymnastics has reached the finals at three and four consecutive Olympic Games. This former Spanish has gained popularity due to her attractive body and is considered one of the hottest gymnasts of all time. In addition, she is also regarded as one of the most popular Olympic athletes of all time.
12. Marta Pihan-Kulesha (Poland)
Marta Pihan-Kulesha is a Polish artistic gymnast. In 2008, she attended the Beijing Olympics. The Polish star is an eight-time absolute champion and world champion in 2014. After three turns in the all-around final, she was lucky enough to be in the top 12 after representing her country at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Due to a fall on the crossbar, she finished 19th. Martha is also known for her beauty and is considered one of the hottest gymnasts in the sport. In addition, Martha was the third reserve in the floor exercise final, where she finished 11th. Its beam modes include a clean 1/1 switch and later a double front.
13. Agnese Duranti (Italy)
Some people are probably beginning to understand why judges at major tournaments love not only Russians but also Italians! Agnese Duranti performs not only on the platform but also on the stage, playing roles in ballet performances. And, of course, she participated in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, obtaining a bronze medal. Duranti won the bronze medal at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo in the women’s team event in rhythmic gymnastics, alongside Martina Centofanti, Alessia Maurelli, Daniela Mogurean, and Martina Santandrea, with a total of 87,700 points in her performance.
Agnese Duranti began practicing rhythmic gymnastics at the age of nine, when her parents enrolled her at the Polisportiva La Fenice in Spoleto. Five years later, she obtained the call-up in the Italian junior national team and with the role of captain she, in a winning effort, led the team at the junior European Championships in Minsk 2015, where Italy came fifth in the 5-ball specialty. In 2015 Agnese Duranti also made her first appearance in the senior national team at the Moscow Grand Prix. At the 2017 Pesaro World Championships she graduated champion in the 5 circles, missing the podium in the general competition with the blue team, finishing in fourth place just 0.025 points behind Japan. Agnese Duranti also won eight medals at the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships between 2017 and 2021, and in a winning effort brought home five medals at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships, between 2018 and 2021.
14. Stefani Kiryakova (Bulgaria)
Stefani made her debut in the Bulgarian national team, but her debut season was definitely a success: at the European Championships in Spain, she and her friends won exercises with three balls and two ribbons, and at the World Championships – with five hoops.
15. Kseniya Moustafaeva (France)
Kseniya is coached by her mother, Svetlana Moustafaeva, and speaks four languages: French, English, Russian and Spanish.
Kseniya defends the colors of the French team, but she was born in Minsk, where she took her first steps in rhythmic gymnastics. She began practicing rhythmic gymnastics at the age of four and she moved to France in 2000. In 2008 she obtained French citizenship and has been part of the national team since 2010. In the same year she participated in the Happy Cup Ghent in Tashkent and in the Grand Prix of Thiais. Proceeding forwards, she grew up into a real athlete already in Paris. Kseniya did not achieve great success, except for bronze in the individual all-around at the Mediterranean Games. And at the World Championships in Bulgaria, she took 18th place. In 2017 she made her debut at the Kiev Grand Prix finishing twelfth. At the Thiais Grand Prix she won two bronzes in circle and ribbon, came fourth in the all-around and fifth at the clubs.
At the World Cup in Pesaro, on the other hand, she finished sixteenth in the all-around. At the World Cup in Baku she finished thirteenth. At the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Budapest she qualified for the club final. She finished sixth at the Holon Grand Prix. At the World Games in Wroclaw she came sixth at the clubs and eighth at the ribbon. At the World Challenge Cup in Kazan, she finished fifteenth in the all-around and seventh at the clubs. She did not participate in the Pesaro World Championships due to an injury but still won the national title. In 2018 she returned to compete in August, at the World Challenge Cup in Kazan ‘, finishing twentieth in the all-around. Participate in the Sofia World Championships by finishing 18th in the all-around.
We hope you enjoyed our list of the best hot gymnasts of all time who give fans a reason to watch them win gold medals.