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World’s sexiest athlete dreams Tokyo Olympic Gold

Alica Schmidt eyes Gold at Tokyo Olympic

 

German 400m runner Alica Schmidt will be hoping for gold at Tokyo 2020 this summer – and so will her armies of loyal fans

Alica Schmidt first came to public prominence by helping Germany take silver in 4×400 relay at the European Athletics Under-20 Championships three years ago.

She’s also got armies of loyal fans keeping up with all of her latest snaps on Instagram, where she has 624k followers.

Her exploits have spawned fan pages which have also garnered thousands of followers.

Alicia was dubbed the ‘World’s Sexiest Athlete’ by Australian magazine ‘Busted Coverage’.

The magazine wrote in 2017: “Since we’re not some snowflake sports blog, we’ll gladly introduce you to German national team sprinter Alica Schmidt, 18, who automatically goes to the top of our “World’s Hottest Track Athlete” list with Tay

Clark from Australia and these two are now in a dogfight for world domination.

Alicia is now hoping to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with her 624k followers.

“We’re not the least bit worried about Sports Twitter Feminists coming after us. Come at me, bros.”

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

Her profile has attracted a lot of interest and Schmidt has already rejected a request to pose for Playboy.

“I do not know why I got this title,” a bewildered Schmidt said about her surprise moniker. “Sport comes clearly first,” she added.

“There are thousands of girls on Instagram who look good and still do not have as many fans and that’s just competitive sport for me.”

You may want to agree that hers is a case of brain and beauty.

Born in Omaha, Nebraska, she attended Elkhorn High School then went on to study journalism and political science at the University of North Carolina.

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She ran in collegiate competition for the North Carolina Tar Heels and in her first year she was runner-up in the 800m. That was the beginning and like the say the rest is now history as she continues her quest for laurels.

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