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SEA Games: 5 Hottest Athletes Who Had Made Their Countries Proud

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The 28th SEA Games is drawing up to a close in Singapore as the 11-day sporting event has reached its last day today.

While some of the athletes have won the hearts of fans in their countries, not only because of their athletic prowess, but also for their good looks.

Here are some of the best looking athletes at this year’s SEA Games.

1. Irfan Fandi, Singapore, 17 (Football)


The eldest son of Singapore legend Fandi Ahmad appears to have inherited the best of both worlds – his famous father’s footballing talent, and his mother’s (former model Wendy Jacobs) good looks.

With his strapping 1.87m frame and smouldering stare, small wonder then that the Young Lions striker already has a rabid following of young female fans on social media.

2. Tyler Christian Ruiz, Philippines, 23 (High jump) 


This Filipino-American dreamboat doesn’t just excel in sport – he’s pretty nifty on the piano and guitar too.

Finished fifth in the men’s high jump with a 2.08m effort, well short of his personal best of 2.13m.

3. Lindswell Kwok, Indonesia, 23 (Wushu)


This taijiquan and tajijian world champion packs a lethal punch, winning gold in both optional events at these Games.

Kwok is a fan of singer Bruno Mars and has a unique ritual of trimming her locks before or after a competition, which she says helps her alleviate the tension.

4. Rachel Daquis, Philippines, 27 (Volleyball)


With her model-like looks, this leggy beauty is, quite rightly, the poster girl for the sport in her country.

Daquis, who made the cover of FHM Philippines’ October 2014 issue, emerged seventh in a recent poll of the magazine’s top 10 sexiest women.

5. Farah Ann Abdul Hadi, Malaysia, 21 (Gymnastics)


Despite doing her country proud with six golds, the artistic gymnast found herself at the centre of a controversy when netizens accused her of wearing revealing attire to compete.

Her sister Katarina Abdul Hadi is in Malaysia’s synchronised swimming squad.-The Straits Times






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