12 Ice-Melting Hotties to Watch for at the 2018 Winter Olympics

They all get the gold in sexiness.
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They all get the gold in sexiness.
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The 2018 Winter Olympics kick off February 9 in Pyeongchang, South Korea, where competitors from across the globe will take to frozen halfpipes, courses and rinks. 

Among them will be these elite female athletes who are hot enough to melt right through all the snow and ice.

Obviously, blonde beauty Lindsey Vonn leads the pack. But plenty other sexy sportswomen are worth watching for their awe-inspiring skills and killer looks. Enjoy! 

Skier Lindsey Vonn - USA  

Not only does this gorgeous Olympian know how to rock a body paint bikini, she became the first American woman to win a gold medal in the downhill alpine skiing event at the 2010 Winter Olympics. With her recent World Cup super-G win, plan on seeing her A-game this year. 

Snowboarder Julia Dujmovits - Austria 

The first of many sexy snowboarders on our list, Julia Dujmovits will compete for her second Olympic gold in the women's parallel giant slalom event. 

Ice Dancer Tessa Virtue - Canada

Considering she's the other half of the most decorated Canadian ice dance team ever, we fully expect to see this multiple-time Olympic medalist on the podium in Pyeongchang. 

Snowboarder Jamie Anderson - USA

Anderson won the first-ever Olympic slopestyle competition at Sochi in 2014, and has earned 12 Winter X Games medals since 2007. And she's smoking hot. 

Ice Dancer Madison Chock - USA

This decorated ice queen didn't have the best Olympic debut in 2014, but we're confident she and partner Evan Bates will bring it to Pyeongchang this year. 

Cross Country Skier Jessie Diggins - USA

We have high hopes that the most decorated American cross-country athlete in world championship history can break our 41-year medal drought in the sport.  

Snowboarder Alena Zavarzina - Russia

This Russian hottie took the bronze for the motherland in 2014, and she's coming back to compete in the parallel giant slalom. (Unfortunately, she won't be racing in a bikini.)

Snowboarder Silje Norendal - Norway

She's not a model, but if this Scandinavian stunner wasn't a frontrunner to win the slopestyle/big air event, she probably could be. 

Skier Mikaela Shiffrin - USA

At age 18, she became the youngest slalom champion in Olympic history in Sochi. Just imagine what she can do with four more years of experience. 

Snowboarder Anna Gasser - Austria

We don't know what the deal is with hot snowboarders. This Austrian beauty just cleaned up in the X Games slopestyle event, so watch out. 

Figure Skater Alexa Knierim - USA 

Having just won silver at the U.S. International Figure Skating Classic, Knierim's Olympic debut looks promising. Don't get any ideas—she's married to her partner. 

Ski Jumper Sara Hendrickson - USA

Naturally, we're ending with an American, and this one's nothing to scoff at. The former World Champion will be looking for redemption after a disappointing showing in Sochi.