These sportsmen all have something in common: They're gifted both on and off the field. Their well-toned legs provide an amazing show as they flex their muscles.
A few of our favourite SA sports stars:
Chad le Clos (24)
Chad is SA's sexiest swimmer with an Olympic gold medal. The 24-year-old hunk is a "champion" of both the World and Commonwealth games.
Le Clos has won the Overall Swimming World Cup three times: in 2011, 2013 and 2014. He holds the record for the 50 and 100 metre butterfly.
This Pietermaritzburg-born mountainbiker holds the World Championship mountainbiker racing title. He competed in the National Off-Road Bicycle Association (NORBA) where he claimed victory in 2003 and 2004.
He won his Downhill World Championship title after winning the UCI Downhill Mountain bike points series three times in 2001, 2005 and 2008. The 35-year-old is currently the most successful professional downhill mountain bike racer with 18 World Cup victories under his belt.
Wayde van Niekerk
Wayde is the first African athlete to complete the 400 metre in just 43.48 seconds. The 24-year-old won a silver medal for the 400 m at the 2014 Commonwealth games. He also won a gold medal at the 2015 World Championships in the 400 m and is now the reigning World Champion.
Francois du Plessis
The Proteas T20 captain is both sexy and talented. The 31-year-old right-handed batsman is ranked as the third best T20 batsman in the world.
The midfielder is renowned for his 2010 Fifa World cup opening goal where he was nominated for Fifa Goal of the Year. Captaining the Premier Soccer League club, Kaizer Chiefs, he gained global attention for his 40-yard volley goal that received over 70, 000 YouTube hits in 60 minutes.
Francois is primarily seen playing at scrumhalf position for the Pretoria-based Bulls in Super rugby and Currie Cup level. Picking up his 9th season with the Bulls, the talented 28-year old can also be seen playing for the BlitzBokke, SA's 7's team.
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