The 50 Hottest Women of Sports

Women and sports make an awesome combo, and GG wanted to honor this combo by listing the hottest female sports figures from around the world!
50. Daniela Hantuchov�
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
This 24-year-old tennis player was born in Slovakia. Apart from being a talented player (she won three WTA tournaments already), she is also gorgeous. And we are not the only ones to think like that. In fact, she has twice topped the ACE tennis magazine�s list with the world�s sexiest tennis players.
49. Jennie Finch
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
California is the state of beautiful women, and this lady is no exception. Jennie is probably the most famous softball player around the world, and we dare to say that this is not the result of her athletic performance alone!
48. Flavia Delaroli
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Goddess of the Brazilian swimming team, Flavia is specialized in the 50 meters freestyle. She arrived at the finals on the Athens 2004 Olympic games. No wonder where that spectacular body is coming from.
47. Sabrina Ferilli
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
She is not an athlete, but she is tightly connected with the soccer world, being one of the most famous supporters of the Italian soccer team AS Roma. Her devotion to the club is so big that in order to celebrate the 2001 Italian championship title, she performed a striptease in the middle of the stadium, to the delight of the present fans. Her sexy calender sold over one million copies, which is a record in Italy. Sabrina, sei troppo bella!
46. Christine Arron
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Christine was born in Guadeloupe, but she competes officially for France, on the track and field sprint events. She broke 100m European record some years ago. Christine made it to our list thanks to her exotic beauty and ripped body.
45. Natalie Gulbis
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
If you thought that golf was a game for old farts, you were wrong. This 24-years-old beauty started playing the sport at the early age of four, and now she is one of the attractions of the LPGA Tour. I wouldn�t mind doing a course with her.
44. Lauren Jackson
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
If you are into tall women, you probably won�t find anything to top Lauren Jackson. Her height is 6 feet and 5 inches, or 1,96 meters. Lauren is also considered one of the best basketball players in the world.
43. Mia St. John
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Here is a gorgeous woman that you might want to refrain from whistling to while she passes by. Mia is an American professional boxer and Tae Kwon Do champion. Her boxing record is 22 wins and 1 draw, with 12 knockouts. Ouch!
42. Kari Traa
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Born in 1974, this Norwegian freestyle skier is what you can call a sexy bomb. She is four times world champion and one time Olympic champion in the moguls event. These are not our favorite titles though. In 2002 she was declared the most sexy woman in Norway. Now that is an accomplishment!
41. Victoria Vanucci
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Victoria started playing tennis at a very young age. Right after turning professional, however, a shoulder injury suddenly stopped her career. Well, her tennis career. Luckily (for us) she decided to become a model afterwards.
40. Danica Patrick
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
At 5?2 feet tall, and weighting 100 pounds, Danica is a heck of a sexy racing driver. She was born in Wisconsin, and currently competes in the IndyCar series.
39. Tanith Belbin
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Yeah we also think that ice dancing is a lame sport. You can�t deny that watching the performance of this 24-years-old Canadian-American would be pleasant though. She is five-times U.S. National champion, 2006 Olympic silver medalist, and hot!
38. Francesca Piccinini
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Francesca is an Italian volleyball player. At a height of 6?1, she is able to spike at 304 cm from the ground (equivalent to 9?11). She also played over 330 official matches with the Italian national team. The woman is beautiful, but with such an athletic performance you can�t help but admire her.
37. Dara Torres
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
One of the most famous athletes from the United States, Dara was the first swimmer to compete in four Olympic games. Despite having nine Olympic medals, no one ever gave her one for being one of the hottest swimmers around. We would!
36. Amy Acuff
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Amy was born in Texas, 1975. She is a high jump competitor for the United States, and she participated in three Olympic games. Lately she also started a career as model, getting featured on magazines like FHM (you should check that�).
35. Natalie Coughlin
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Alright, no big booobs, we know. She has a really cute face and a toned body to compensate though. Natalie is a professional swimmer, and she won two gold medals on the 2004 Athens Olympic games.
34. Lokelani McMichael
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Man, that is a true Hawaiian beauty! Lokelani has already being featured in several magazines like Maxim and GQ. Ah, in the case you want to know what she does, she is competes in the triathlon.
33. Mary Sauer
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
You would never have thought that pole vaulters could be sexy eh? Well, take a look at Mrs. Mary Sauer. Born in Wisconsin, 1975, she definitely makes watching this discipline more fun.
32. Jamie Sale
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Jamie is one of the prettiest things you will ever see on a pair of skates on the ice. She already won both an Olympic gold medal and a world championship. Unfortunately for us, she is happily married since 2005.
31. Gretchen Bleiler
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One of the most famous female snowboarders in the world, Gretchen lives in Aspen, Colorado. I am not a fan of cold temperatures, but if she invited me over I would be booking my ticket straight away.
30. Gabrielle Reece
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Gabrielle took a quite unusual career path. First she became a model, and then she started playing volleyball professionally. Well, we are fine with that, since it probably helped to make her body the statue it is today.
29. Michelle Wie
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
I wonder if one should spell her surname like the Nintendo console. Anyway, this is the youngest entry of our list. She was born in 1989 (make the maths lazy ass) in Hawaii. Back in 2005 she became a professional golfer, and now she takes part in the LPGA.
28. Victoria Adams
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Before people start bitching, the list covers �hot girls from the sports world,� which goes beyond athletes. Victoria is married to famous soccer player David Beckham, so we figured she is qualified to appear here. Actually, take a look at the picture and let me know if these curves are not enough credentials.
27. Heather Mitts
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
When I see soccer players like this, I wonder why men and women are not allowed to play together. Heather plays in the U.S. National Soccer Team (she is a defender in the case you were wondering). In 2004 she was also elected the �Hottest Female Athlete� by ESPN. No kidding!
26. Misty May
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Misty May is a professional beach volleyball player. Born in California, her highest achievement was the gold medal on the 2004 Summer Olympics. At the age of 30, she is definitely still on top of her game!
25. Milene Domingues
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Milene is the ex-wife of soccer legend Ronando. That alone would be enough to enter on our list, but to top it off she is also one of the best female soccer players in the world, and pretty damn hot. They had a child as well, and I wonder if they kid will inherit their talent.
24. Laure Manaudou
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Laure is a lovely French girl of 22 years old. She is also incredibly talented, being the current holder of the world swimming records for the 400m and 200m freestyle. A couple of months ago she became very popular thanks to some nude pictures of herself that leaked on the web (Google is your friend if you want to find them).
23. Stacy Keibler
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Put together a mix of German and American hot stuff, and the result is Stacy. Stacy was a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens and professional wrestler and manager for the World Wrestling Entertainment. Currently she is trying a career as an actress, and has appearances on several TV shows.
22. Ana Ivanovic
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
One of the youngest (and hottest) entries on our list, at twenty years old. Born in Serbia, she is a professional tennis player, and currently the number two at the WTA world ranking. You go girl!
21. Ashley Tappin
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
We have a weakness for a cute brunettes, and Ashley Tappin is definitely one. She won three Olympic gold medals, and after retiring from competitive swimming in 2001 she started a couching career.
20. Amy Taylor
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Amy was a soccer player with the Australian national team, and she played on the United States professionally as well. Back in 2000 she posed for a nude calendar with her team mates. Too bad we could not include the whole team here!
19. Kristi Leskinen
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Kristi is an American freestyle skier, and she won a bronze in the Women�s Superpipe competition. More impressive yet is the fact that she figured at the 90 position of the FHM �sexiest women of 2005? list.
18. Anna Rawson
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
This is the third golfer to appear in our list (yeah, I am also wondering if I should start playing that�). She started modeling at a very young age, and in 2004 she became a professional player. She has 26 years, and was born in Australia.
17. Kristina Lum
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Kristina is an Olympic synchronized swimmer. She was one of the first female swimmers to use a male partner. Well, I am not that good with synchronized movements underwater, but I volunteer myself as well�.
16. Tatiana Grigorieva
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
As you can see we are starting to enter into the �really hot� zone. Tatiana was born in Russia, but she competes for Australia on the pole vault discipline. She is a bombshell, what can I say?
15. Logan Tom
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Logan is one of the most complete American volleyball players (and one of the sexiest, we might add). She was born in California, and that is where she currently lives.
14. Elisabetta Canalis
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
If you are not familiar with the Italian culture, let me summarize it this way: Elisabeta Canalis is one of the most desired women on the whole country. What is her connection with the world of sports you might ask? Well, she used to date famous soccer player Christian Vieri, and she also became the presenter of a soccer TV program. (Do yourself a favor a search the Google images for her name�)
13. Ana Paula Mancino
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Brazil also has hot bodies, and this girl is the proof. Ana Paula was born in 1971, and she started playing volleyball at the age of 12. When she was 19 she moved to Italy to play with the Campobasso team.
12. Niki Gudex
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Niki is a professional mountain biker. She lives in Sydney, Australia. Apart from competing in that sport she is also a model. The magazine FHM included her on the �100 Sexiest Women in the World� list on 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2005. Nice!
11. Malia Jones
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
You cant make a list with hot women without including a surfer, right? Malia was born in 1977 in Hawaii, and many people say that she contributed to raise the interest on the sport among young girls. Well, she got me interested as well.
10. Romi Bean
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Ah, cheerleaders! Romi is one of the 34 members of the Denver Broncos cheerleader team. Wait a minute, did I just say 34? Holy crap, imagine what it must be to visit their changing room after the game�.
9. Amanda Beard
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
This is our fifth swimmer? Man, what a blessed sport. Apart from being hot as hell, Amanda is also a fantastic swimmer. She made her first Olympic appearance at the age of 14! She also got featured in several publications, including Sports Illustrated, and FHM.
8. Maria Kirilenko
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Yet another Russian tennis player, I know. But it would be pure negligence to leave Maria Kirilenko out of this list right? A bit of trivia: she is a very good friend of Maria Sharapova. I found this info Wikipedia, and I guess it will keep my imagination busy for a while.
7. Jenny Adams
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
This track and field American athlete got famous after she appeared on the FHM magazine �Sexy Olympic� edition. She will probably participate in the next Olympic games too, so keep an eye for the lady.
6. Daniela Cicarelli
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Not a sportswoman, but the ex-girlfriend of Ronaldo. He is one of the best soccer players of all time, but letting this girl go was definitely a dumb thing to do. The picture says it all, I am speechless.
5. Maria Sharapova
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
This is a woman not for the faint of heart. At 6 feet and 2 inches, the Russian beauty is a former number one tennis player in the world. And she only has 20 years. I just couldn�t find if she is engaged (personally I prefer to think she is still a virgin).
4. Haley Cope
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Haley was born in Chico, California. Her best swimming performance was the gold medal on the world championship. We would be her fans even without these achievements though, especially after she appeared on Maxim.
3. Alisson Stokke
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
Allison is a pole vaulter for the California high school. She doesn�t have any major sport achievements to date, but she became immensely popular on the Internet after a big website featured her pictures. Well, after I saw the images I became her biggest fan immediately.
2. Bia e Branca
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
No, you are not seeing double. They are actually twins. These two hot bombs come from Brazil, and they represented their country on the 2007 Pan American games on the synchronized swimming. I was able to read the local press during the event, and they received most of the coverage. No wonder why!
1. Ana Kournikova
The 50 Hottest Women of Sports
We know that placing Ana Kournikova on top of a �hot� list is becoming a clich�. Trust us that we really tried to find someone else. After the strenuous task of analyzing ever curve of her body, on every picture that we could find on the web, we could not help but give her the first position. She is hot beyond what we thought was possible�.

Top 10 Castles of the World

Neuschwanstein Castle

Royal palace in the Bavarian Alps of Germany, the most famous of three royal palaces built for Louis II of Bavaria, sometimes referred to as Mad King Ludwig, who grew up nearby at Hohenschwangau Castle. And my favourite and most beautiful of all!
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The Palace of Versailles was the official residence of the Kings of France from 1682 until 1790. It was originally a hunting lodge, built in 1624, by Louis XIII. It  was expanded by Louis XIV beginning in 1669. He used it as a little lodge as a secret refuge for his amorous trysts with the lovely Louise de la Valliere and built a fairy tale park around it.  Jules Hardouin Mansart, the king’s principal architect, drew the plans to enlarge what was turning more and more into a palace from A Thousand and One Nights. The terrace that overlooked the gardens was removed to make way for the magnificent Hall of Mirrors, the Galarie de Glaces. It is here from which the king radiated his power and where the destiny of Europe was decided over a century. The French classical architecture was complemented by extensive gardens.
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Chenonceaux, small agricultural community in the department of Indre-et-Loire in northwestern France,18 miles east of Tours. Located on the Cher River. Chenonceaux is best known as the site of the 16th-century Chateau de Chenonceaux, which is situated on the north bank of the river.
In 1515 Thomas Bohier, revenue collector for King Francis I, began the construction of the Chateau de Chenonceaux. Unfinished at the time of his death, construction of the chateau was completed by Bohier’s wife and son. In 1535, however, Francis I took the estate in payment of debts. King Henry II, son of Francis I, gave the chateaux to Diane de Poitiers, duchesse de Valentinois, who extended the structure by a bridge across the Cher. Catherine de Medicis, widow of Henry II, forced Diane de Poitiers to deed the chateaux to her. Catherine de Medicis constructed the gallery above the bridge and the stables known as the Batiment-des-Dames. The chateau became her favorite residence, and it was there that her son Francis II and Mary, Queen of Scots, were married in 1560.
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The Chateau of Chambord

Chambord, chateau, park, and village in the department of Loire-et-Cher in central France. The chateau of Chambord was a retreat for French kings, especially Louis XIV  It was under his auspices that French dramatist Moliere’s Monsieur de Pourceaugnac and Le bourgeois Gentilhomme were first produced there.
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Ludwig II built this secluded hunting lodge, it was known as the Kings Hut. Ludwig decided that this will be a New Versailles. It was planned as a modest villa  but had become a splendid Rococo palace in the ornate French style.  Linderhof is the smallest of the three royal castles, and the only one which was completely finished. (1878).
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Tower of London

Castle building was an essential part of the Norman Conquest; when Duke William of Normandy invaded England  in 1066 his first action after landing was to build a castle.After his coronation in Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day 1066, William ordered the construction of a castle in London for his triumphal entry. nitially the Tower had consisted of a modest enclosure built into the south-east corner of the Roman City walls, but by the late 1070s, with the initial completion of the White Tower, it had become the most fearsome of all. Nothing had been seen like it in England before. It was built by Norman masons and English (Anglo-Saxon) labor drafted in from the countryside.  It was intended to protect the river route from Danish attack, but also and more importantly to dominate the City physically and visually.The White Tower was protected to the east and south by the old Roman City walls (a full height fragment can be seen just by Tower Hill underground station), while the north and west sides were protected by ditches as much as 750m (25ft) wide and 3.40m (lift) deep and an earthwork with a wooden wall on top. It is important for us today to remember that the functions of the Tower from the 1070s until the late 19th century were established by its Norman founders. The Tower was never primarily intended to protect London from external invasion, although, of course, it could have done so if necessary. Nor was it ever intended to be the principal residence of the kings and queens of England, though many did in fact spend periods of time there. Its primary function was always to provide a base for royal power in the City of London and a stronghold to which the royal family could retreat in times of civil disorder.
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Leeds, Kent

Leeds Castle, acclaimed as the most romantic castle in England, is located  in south-east England, built on two adjacent island in the river Len.Leeds Castle was originally a manor of the Saxon royal family possibly as early as the reign of Ethelbert IV ( 856-860). The first castle was an earthwork enclosure whose wooden palisade was converted to stone and provided with two towers along the perimeter. This is now vanished. Traces of arches in a vault thought to be Norman were found at the beginning of this century. Around 1119 Robert Crevecoeur started to build a stone castle on the site, establishing his donjon where the Gloriette now is. Stephen, Count of Blois, and his cousin the Empress Matilda contested the crown of England. In 1139 Matilda invaded England with the help of his brother Robert, Earl of Gloucester, who held Leeds castle, but Kent was loyal to king Stephen and following a short siege he took control of the castle.The castle came into the possession of Edward I (1278) . He rebuilt much of the castle as it stood at the beginning of his reign, and enlarged it, providing an outer stone curtain round the edge of the larger island, with cylindrical open-backed  flanking towers and a square-plan water-gate on the south-east. The gatehouse at the south-west, a single tower pierced by an arched passage was improved.Henry VIII, the most famous of all the owners of Leeds Castles, expended large sums in enlarging and beautifying the whole range of buildings. At the same time, he carefully retained the defenses of the castle for he often had cause to fear invasion from either France or the Spanish . The king entrusted the work of alteration to his great friend Sir Henry Guidford.Leeds has been constantly inhabited and rebuilt since then. Most of the castle today is the result of the nineteenth-century reconstruction and addition.
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Dominating the Loire River, the royal castle of Blois is not only one of the most prestigious Renaissance monuments in France but also a brilliant illustration of the evolution of the French architecture from the Middle ages to the 17th century.About the middle of the 10th century, the name of Thibaud I is recorded Count of Blois, he was the founder of the family who remained in power until 1230.  Blois became the most important town in the region.  The first stone castle was built to protect the town dates back to that period.  An independent bastion surrounded the castle, and followed the line of the headland on which it was erected. The numerous medieval remains still exists. The best preserved medieval tower is situated on a terrace overlooking the Loire.While the Franco-Anglo was (named the Hundred Years War) raged in the real, an event took place that determined the future of the county of Blois, the ancient fortress became a royal castle. At the end of the 14th. century, the county of Blois was sold to Prince Louis of Orleans, son of the king of France Charles V.  He lived in the castle for 25 years attracting a small court of scholars and poets. His grandson, Louis XII became king of France in 1498 and decided to move to Blois, in this way, the small town became a royal town and the capital of the Kingdom.Under Louis XII and Francis I the town of Blois grew considerably. But after the disaster of Pavia in 1525, Francis I never returned to Blois and his successors only paid short visits to the town. According to French and Gothic tradition, the initials and emblems of the owners of the place are sculptured in the stone: fleur de lis for the king and ermine spots for the queen, Anne de Bretagne. The equestrian statue of the king crowns the main entrance of the castle. The emblem of the king, the salamander, is sculptured eleven times in high relief on the Francis I facade.  The staircase, which was at the center of the facade before Gaston d”Orleans began to modify the castle is a masterpiece. When the Italianate straight flights of stairs appeared in the Loire Valley after the Gothic period, the shape of the spiral staircase in a protruding octagonal cage was considered rather ordinary. The staircase, with its three floors of balconies looking on to the Court of Honor, is perfectly suitable for the display of more and more sumptuous ceremonies.
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The  former summer residence of the rulers of Bavaria is located in the west part of the city in the middle of one of Munich’s most beautiful parks. Five generations of Wittelsbach rulers were involved in the construction of this Baroque castle.
The building of Nymphenburg Castle  began in the reign of the Elector Ferdinand Maria: overjoyed by the birth of his son and heir, Max Emanuel, he had the central section built for his wife in the style of an Italian villa (Agostino Barelli, 1664-74). In about 1700, Max Emanuel commissioned Enrico Zuccali and Antonio Viscardi to extend the castle by adding galleries and pavilions.The central section owes its present appearance to the efforts of Josef Effner, who in 1715, designed the pilasters, arched windows and busts that now grace the exterior. A few years later, the south section of the castle was added to serve as the court stables. As a counterpart, the orangerie was added to the north.Central section: Stone Hall (Steinerner Saal; 1755-57) with ceiling frescoes by J. B. and F Zimmermann (Homage to the Goddess Hora); the Rococo stucco work is based on designs by Cuvillies.
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Mont St. Michael

Le Mont-Saint-Michel, rocky, cone-shaped islet in  northwestern France, in the Gulf of Saint-Malo, connected by a causeway with the mainland. The islet, celebrated for its Benedictine abbey, has small houses and shops on its lowest level. Above these stand the monastic buildings, many of which date from the 13th century and are considered outstanding examples of Gothic architecture. The entire islet is crowned by the abbey church, about 73 m (about 240 ft) above sea level.The first chapel on this site was founded in 708 by Aubert, Bishop of Avranches , after the Archangel Michael has appeared to him in a dream. The Archangel Michel appeared here in the year 708. The Abbey takes the name of Mont saint Michel. The oratory, consecrated in 709 was served by a community of canons. It apparently survived the Norman invasions, but the observance of the rule became very relaxed. In 966 Richard I, Duke of Normandy, established there the Benedictine monks from St. Wandrille Abbeyunder the direction of Abbot Maynard, who began the reconstructions of the church and other buildings. The church was burnt in 922 and rebuilt on a larger scale by Abbot Hildebert II from 1023, at the time of the monastic reforms in Normandy carried out by Richard II and William of Volpiano. Mont Saint-Michel was built in a strong rock that measures 84 meters height. It is pure granite and is so hard that has resisted the passage of time.Mont Saint Michel was built as a medieval castle.  It has two large towers to defend the entrance to the castle. St. Michael is a surety for freedom and thus this sanctuary also became a symbol of the allied landing in Normandy during the Second World War.
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Sonam Kapoor

Vijay to pair up with actress Sonam Kapoor
Vijay post to Kavalan is planning his career in a planned strategy as he is doing commercial entertainers with sensible filmmakers like Shankar for Nanban, now Vijay will be teaming up with none other than gen-next director A.R Murugadoss for the first time. Buzz in tinsel town is that A.R Murugadoss, who’s busy with the postproduction work of Surya starrer 7am Arivu has met Vijay and narrated a one-line summary of his script. Vijay who is very happy with the script has given his nod to the director.
Hold your breath viewers; the director is in plans to cast Bollywood beauty Sonam Kapoor as Vijay’s pair in this film. Grapevine is that A.R Murugadoss has been roped in for a huge, undisclosed amount. In all probabilities Harris will be giving the music while Nirav Shah is the cinematographer.
Aascar Ravichandran and S.A Chandrasekar will be producing the film on first copy basis and Fox Star Studios will release the film all over the world.
The duo will complete their respective projects and start the project!

Vijay to pair up with actress Sonam Kapoor

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