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14 U.S. Olympic Hotties in London

If ogling were a sport, we'd definitely get the gold. Take a look at some of the hottest Olympic athletes who are already winners in our little black books.

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Phil Dalhausser, Beach Volleyball

Aside from the fact that he's able to palm a volleyball with one hand, those long limbs are every tall girl's dream: Not only can you fantasize about a date with him, but about the sky-high heels you'd wear, too.

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Michael Hunter, Boxing

Now this is our kind of knockout! With a face like that, you can't help but be in his corner...

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David Boudia, Diving

He dives, he tweets (stalk from afar @davidboudia), and he has more ab muscles than we can count. One more word, in case you're not sold: Speedo.

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Boyd Martin, Equestrian

Blame it on Disney, but we can't help but swoon for a guy on a horse. Bonus: Martin once ran into a burning barn to save his beloved horse, Neville Bardos. All together now -- awww.

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Danell Leyva, Gymnastics

We too have mixed thoughts about a man being more flexible than we are -- but if it means we get to watch him swing on the parallel bars in spandex, then we'll happily get over it.

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Stuart McNay, Sailing

There's no indecisiveness with this guy. McNay is the Skipper on his boat, which basically means he tells everyone what to do and they listen. Making Saturday night plans just got a whole lot easier.

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Ryan Lochte, Swimming

He's been named the best swimmer of the world...and while we're not up on our USOC swimming regulations, we can definitely give him the title of best-looking swimmer in the world. And probably universe, upon further inspection. Which we're going to go ahead and demand...

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Michael Phelps, Swimming

What is peanut butter without jelly? Vegan cookies without milk? A swimming pool without Phelps? Nothing, that's what. And that's why he's such a hottie.

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Steven Lopez, Taekwondo

Everyone loves a family man. Once named among People's 50 Most Beautiful People, the handsome Lopez will be competing in his fourth Olympic Games with his sister, Diana, who qualified for her second.

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Andy Roddick, Tennis

When Andy is on NBC this summer, there's a good chance our dogs will be wondering why we're licking the television screens.

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David Oliver, Track & Field

He's a world record hurdler looking to upgrade his bronze medal from the 2008 Beijing Games to a gold in London. Then he'll have it all...except for our phone number. Call me maybe, Davey?

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Rich Lambourne, Volleyball

Lambourne was badly injured in a bike accident when he was 6 years old and has recently joked, "I could have been much uglier, but due to (my) parents and medical science, I am only mostly unattractive." We disagree. Clearly it was just a head injury.

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Layne Beaubien, Water Polo

Beaubien started playing water polo at his California high school because it was the only successful sport there. Good move -- chicks dig winners.

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Jared Frayer, Wrestling

He beat out the Brent Metcalf, the sport favorite, for a spot in this year's Olympics. And yes, we're going to state the obvious: We wouldn't mind getting pinned by him.

Originally published on FitnessMagazine.com, July 2012.

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