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From unbelievably muscular to totally drool-worthy, take a peek at some of the best Olympic bods past and present.

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Phelps posed for a Louis Vuitton campaign shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz.
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Talk about some beautiful bodies. Australia's Kenrick Monk and Ryan Lochte of Team USA posed poolside during a pre-Olympic training session. From unbelievably muscular to totally drool-worthy, take a peek at some of the best Olympic bods past and present.
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DeeDee Trotter took bronze at the London Games in the women's 400m.
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Hello perfectly sculpted swimmer body! Tom Daley of Great Britain looks on after completing a dive in the men's 10m platform diving semifinal.
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Malaysian Bryan Nickson Lomas knows what to do with his body as he competes in the men's 10m platform diving preliminary.
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Maybe you envy U.S. sprinter Allyson Felix for the two gold medals she picked up at the London 2012. Or for her rock-hard abs and perfectly sculpted legs.
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Ryan Lochte has already won gold, but the chiseled 27-year-old swimmer is also leading as the sex symbol of the London Olympics.
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Misty May-Treanor reaches for the ball during the women's Beach Volleyball preliminary match against Australia at the 2012 London Olympic games. The U.S. team won.
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Great Britain's Zara Dampney is known for her quick moves in the sand, but we think her red bikini body deserves some recognition too. In her latest match against Canada, she and teammate Shauna Mullin won 2-1.
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Brazil's Maria Elisa Antonelli is one of the favorites competing at the London 2012 Olympic games.
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The sand isn't reserved for just the players. Cheerleaders perform during women's beach volleyball preliminary phases too.
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Portuguese track star Naide Gomes wins for tightest abs. Talk about a six-pack!
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Eamon Sullivan and James Magnussen of Australia pose during an Australian Olympic swimming portrait session on Manly Beach in Sydney, Australia.
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Natalie Cook of Australia, who is competing in her fifth Olympic Games, poses after a Beach Volleyball training session in London.
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Decathlete Trey Hardee of Birmingham, Ala., throws a shot putt and flashes his Olympic rings tattoo during the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials.
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Diana Lopez will be representing Team USA in Taekwondo in London this summer. She shows off her muscles after taking home the bronze medal in 2008 in Beijing.
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At 32-years-old, Troy Dumais of the USA may be older than most divers, but he still looks as fit as he did when he first burst onto the Olympic scene in the 2000 Sydney Games.
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Olympic swimmers, Amanda Beard, Michael Phelps, Jenny Thompson and Natalie Coughlin pose for a photo. All but Thompson will compete in London. Although retired from competition Thompson's 12 Olympic medals make her the most successful female Olympian to ever compete in the pool.
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Not only is Natalie Coughlin that quintessential "girl next door" hot, she's a five-time Olympic medalist and she holds a BA in psychology from Berkeley. She's a triple-threat...and she can read our minds.
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American hurdler David Oliver's chiseled, tattooed biceps seem to glisten in the sun.
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Girl power! Heptathlon athlete Hyleas Fountain shows off her physique at the 2012 Team USA Media Summit.
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Swimmer Nathan Adrian shows some Team USA pride (and shows off his super six-pack!) as he poses with the American flag.
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Argentinian field hockey player Luciana Aymar shows off some of the best sculpted thighs of the Games while celebrating a win.
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Two-time gold medalist swimmer Brendan Hansen shows off his gold medal-worthy abs as he poses for a portrait at the 2012 Team USA Media Summit.
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Australian athlete and sport scholar, Melissa Wu, 20, has been selected to represent her country as a member of the 2012 Olympics diving team. Four years ago she was the baby of Beijing, an elfin figure who first dived into our hearts as a 13-year-old schoolgirl. Now Melissa Wu is all grown up.
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MmmmmmMichael Phelps. We figure this doesn't need too much explanation.
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Diver Thomas Finchum shows off his stellar six-pack as he poses for a portrait at the 2012 Team USA Media Summit.
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American swimmer Natalie Coughlin is known for being a cutie, but we're more impressed with those amazing shoulder muscles she's using to do the butterfly stroke at the 2008 Olympic Trials.
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Melanie Adams is probably the sexiest pole vaulter on the planet; is also an Australian export. Melanie Adams will also be making her way to London where she has a great chance at winning gold.
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American volleyball player Kerri Walsh has possibly the most enviable abs in the world. Enough said.
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Stephany Lee shows off her muscles after defeating Ali Bernard in the 72-kilogram freestyle finals match at the U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials.
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James Magnussen of Australia shows his stuff at the Olympic trials.
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Freestyle wrestlers Jake Herbert (left) and Jordan Burroughs show some muscle at the 2012 Team USA Media Summit.
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Diver David Boudia shows off his abs in a portrait at the Olympic Media Summit.
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Yowza .... the U.S. men's Olympic gymnastics team in 2008, including Alexander Artemev, Raj Bhavsar, Justin Spring, Jonathan Horton, Kevin Tan and Joseph Hagerty. And no, they aren't available for bachelorette parties.
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Lithe and sinewy ... we'll have what American track athlete LaShawn Merritt is having.
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Sure it's a whole gaggle of people ... but don't you agree the American water polo team has a pretty impressive collection of swimmer bodies?
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Take note: you do not want to challenge American swimmer Dara Torres to an arm wrestling match. You will lose.
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Despite David Boudia's face freeze, his flexed shape still captures our attention from first glimpse.
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Fu Mingxia competed at Barcelona 1992 and became the youngest ever medal winner when, at the age of just 13, she executed a stunning display of acrobatics in the women’s 10m Platform.
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Katalin Kovacs of Hungary pushes against the water with impressively muscled arms on her way to winning the Kayak Double event in 2008.
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And now for for those who think love the Winter Olympics check out American skeleton athlete Tristan Gale's lsim, fit physique. We have a feeling there's some serious workout involved.
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Canadian Joannie Rochette sports some of the nicest muscles in the world of figure skaters. Check out those calves.
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Eric Bernotas, who will also compete in the skeleton event, is the human incarnation of a silver bullet. Even through his suit we can spot back muscles we didn't know existed.
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Spain's Rafael Nadal is pretty high up on the list of athletes with amazing bodies, but one more peek can't hurt.
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American boxer James DeGale shows off his gold-winning upper body.
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American volleyball player Holly McPeak doesn't have an ounce of flab as far as we can see.
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We have no doubt that Russian skating star Evgeny Plushenko has an athlete's body to make anyone envious, but he may be overdoing it a little here.
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Australian Water Polo player Thomas Whalan shows off some impressive muscle while facing off against Canada at the 2008 Olympics.
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French Tennis Olympian Tatiana Golovin shows that just because she wears a cute skirt doesn't mean she can't rock some impressive muscles.
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Joseph Diaz, Jr. shows off his muscles during the U.S. Men's Boxing Olympic Team trials. Diaz will be competing for Team USA at the Olympic games this summer in London.
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America's favorite gymnast Shawn Johnson shows off the massive thigh muscles that are required for her to be one of the best.
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German Andreas Dittmer uses all his strength to plow across the water to win the gold in the Men's 500 m final in 2004. Canoe folks just don't get enough credit.
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Heptathlete Kelly Sotherton from England is not only a major competitor in the Olympic games, this multi-talented athlete ranks as one of the hottest Olympic bods.
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We're pretty sure Swedish track star Susanna Kallur's midsection can double as a washboard. Her arms aren't too shabby, either.
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Victor Anichebe of Nigeria reminds us why we love watching soccer so much.
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Medal winning skier Julia Mancuso shows some skin to advertise Lange ski boots.
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Biathalon Olympian Tim Burke of Team USA is truly a lean, mean, fighting machine.
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Fabian Hambuechen of Germany flexes muscles the size of melons while on the Horizontal Bar at the 2008 Olympics.
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Julie Zetlin is the only American rhythmic gymnast to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics. Here she shows off leg muscles that are both strong and limber.
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American skater Sasha Cohen is fairly diminutive in stature compared to her other Olympian counterparts, but anyone who can bend their body that way deserves some applause.
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It can be hard to spot great bodies on Winter Olympics athletes, but this suit can't hide Italian speed skater Ippolito Sanfratello's superior musculature.
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Skeleton athlete Katie Uhlaender looks like an Olympian version of Cat Woman: uber-svelte.
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As Lindsey Vonn holds her skiis aloft on the podium of the Alpine Skiing World Cup in January, she shows off more than her excitement... a petite, yet incredibly toned body.
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Marta of Brazil and Shannon Boxx of the United States show off fierce leg muscles while facing off for possession of the ball at the 2008 Games.
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Ivan Babikov of Russia shows off an amazing knot of thigh muscle under his suit during the 50 km Mass Start in 2006.
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All of speed skater Allison Baver's power is in her legs and glutes. She should market a workout called Buns of Ice.
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