Hot Latinos of the 2012 Olympics

Have you been tuning in to the 2012 Olympic Games? Well if you haven’t, you’ve been missing out on some seriously hot Latino eye candy. Here are 10 guys who are playing on Team USA that will make your knees weak and your hearts beat (faster). You’re welcome.

1. Olympic Hotties: Ryan Lochte

Ryan Lochte

This nine time Olympic medalist swimmer beat Michael Phelps during this year’s Olympic Games. He was born to a Cuban mother and a father of German and English descent. Ryan was born in Rochester, NY but grew up (and still lives) in Florida. 

2. Olympic Hotties: John Orozco

John Orozco

At 19, this Puerto Rican gymnast from Bronx, NY is participating in the Olympic Games for the first time, but he is the 2012 Visa National Champion. 

3. Olympic Hotties: Danell Leyva

Danell Leyva

Born in Cuba, this 20 year old gymnast won the Bronze Medal at this year’s Olympics in the Men’s All Around competition.  He now lives in Miami, FL and is a national all-around gold medalist. 

4. Olympic Hotties: Steven Lopez

Steven Lopez

Raised in New York and born to Nicaraguan parents, Steven joined his sister Diana at the 2012 Olympic Games. This 33-year-old Taekwondo competitor appeared in People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” issue because, well, look at him. 

5. Olympic Hotties: Joseph Diaz Jr.

Joseph Diaz, Jr.

This 19-year-old Mexican-American is the youngest member of Team USA’s boxing team. But chicas, let’s get real: he’s legal. 

6. Olympic Hotties: Anthony Azevedo

Anthony Azevedo

Tony was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and moved to California with his family when was only a month old. He is the captain of the U.S. National Men’s Water Polo Team, and the 2012 Olympics is his second time competing in the Games. 

7. Olympic Hotties: Jose Ramirez

Jose Ramirez

He may only be 19, but this Mexican-American hottie is already considered a boxing phenom. He’s also phenomenally good looking. Win-win?

8. Olympic Hotties: Leo Manzano

Leo Manzano

Texas resident Leo, who was born in Mexico, is representing for Team USA’s Track and Field team at the Olympic Games for the second time. 

9. Olympic Hotties: Manuel Huerta

Manuel Huerta

This 28-year-old Cuban boy left Cuba to pursue Olympic dreams he’s had since he was only 6 years old. He’s a Miami resident making his first Olympic appearance at this year’s Games as part of the U.S. triathlon team. 

10. Olympic Hotties: Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony

You might know Carmelo as being La La Anthony’s husband and a player for the New York Knicks, but this summer he’s a Team USA Olympic athlete. Go USA!