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20 Hottest women medal winners at 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics (Photos)

The following is a slideshow of 20 photos of the hottest women who have won medals at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The list includes all the hottest women who have won gold, silver, or bronze medals through Saturday, February 15, 2014.

Hottest women medal winners at 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics
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Hottest women medal winners at 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics
Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

Hope you enjoy the photos of the hottest women who have won medals at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Some of the hottest women in the photos are still competing for other medals in Sochi, so keep an eye out for them.

You can see the hottest women who have won gold medals in Sochi at Hottest women gold medal winners at 2014 Winter Olympics Sochi.

Hottest women medal winners at 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics (20 Photos)

  • Jamie Anderson (USA)

Jamie Anderson of the United States is red hot and she won the gold medal in the inaugural Slopestyle snowboard event in Sochi. For more see Hottest USA women snowboarders at 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

  • Therese Johaug (Norway)

Red hot blonde Therese Johaug from Norway won a bronze medal in cross country skiing. For more see 15 Photos of super hot cross country skier Therese Johaug.

  • Justyna Kowalczyk (Poland)

Justyna Kowalczyk of Poland won the women's 10 km Classical in cross country even though she competed with a broken foot. Justyna also won a gold medal in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver in the 30 km.

Red hot Tina Maze from Slovenia won the gold medal in the women's downhill in Sochi. Tina is a real life rock star in Slovenia. For more see Hottest women alpine skiers at 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

  • Carina Vogt (Germany)

Carina Vogt of Germany won the very first gold medal ever awarded to a women in the ski jumping event at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Carina is a very hot woman, and a brave one.

  • Dara Howell (Canada)

Lovely Dara Howell from Canada won the inaugural gold medal in freestyle skiing in the slopestyle event in Sochi.

  • Darya Domracheva (Belarus)

Darya Domracheva from Belarus has won two gold medal in Sochi in cross country skiing in the Individual and Pursuit competitions.

  • Charlotte Kalla (Sweden)

Charlotte Kalla from Sweden has won two silvers and a gold medal in cross country skiing.

  • Ksenia Stolbova (Russia)

Ksenia Stalbova from Russia has won a gold and silver medal in figure skating in events.

  • Elena Ilinykh (Russia)

Elena Ilinykh from Russia won a gold medal in firgure skating in the team event.

  • Lara Gut (Switzerland)

Red hot Lara Gut, probably the hottest alpine skier in Sochi, won a bronze medal in the downhill. For more see 20 Hot photos of Olympic skier Lara Gut.

  • Julia Mancuso (USA)

Julia Mancuso from the United States won a bronze medal in the Super Combined event in alpine skiing. For more see 20 Hot photos of Olympic skier Julia Mancusco.

  • Noell Pikus-Pace (USA)

Two-time mom Noelle Pikus-Pace won a silver medal fof Team USA in skeleton.

  • Kaetlyn Osmond (Canada)

Beautiful Kaetlyn Osmond from Canada won a silver medal in team figure skating.

  • Tessa Virtue (Canada)

Tessa Virtue also won a silver medal in the team figure skating competition.

Gracie Gold won a bronze medal as part of Team USA in figure skating team competition. For more see 16 Hot photos of USA figure skater and gold medal hopeful Gracie Gold.

  • Arianna Fontana (Italy)

Arianna Fantana from Italy won a bronze medal in short track speed skating at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

  • Ashley Wagner (USA)

Ashley Wagner from the USA won bronze in the team competition in figure skating. For more see 20 Hot photos of USA figure skater and gold medal hopeful Ashley Wagner.

  • Hannah Kearney (USA)

Hannah Kearney from the United States took bronze in the freestyle skiing moguls competition.

  • Marissa Castelli (USA)

Marissa Castelli won bronze as part of Team USA in the team figure skating competition.