World’s sexiest athlete laid bare


ATHLETICS star Alica Schmidt has been dubbed the sexiest athlete in the world after setting pulses racing with her raunchy Instagram posts.

The 18-year-old has been tipped as a future star of German athletics and she is set to shine at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

So far Schmidt has been impressing at junior level and she helped Germany take silver in 4x400 relay at this summer's European Athletics Under-20 Championships.

However, the teenager is also turning heads off the track too with her sexy photos on social media.

Schmidt has over 30,000 followers on social media and she regularly posts pictures flaunting her stunning body.


Earlier this month the Blonde bombshell posted a video of herself on the beach, taking in the sun in skimpy bikini, and fans went wild for it.

As well as earning her plenty of social media followers, Schmidt's good looks led to her being named the "Sexiest Athlete in the World" by the website "Busted Coverage".


The German is likely to be a big name in athletics over the next few years and she is already sponsored by Puma.

Blonde stunner Schmidt, who will turn 19 in November, takes part in the 200m, 400m and 800m events on the track.

However, she also boasts impressive personal bests in both the 100m and 60m indoors.


This article was originally published by The Sun and reproduced with permission.

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