Most of the world's sports fans may be discussing the Olympic decoration of Michael Phelps, but this year's Games have been more about grace and beauty than athletic accomplishment.
Before you fall of your rocker, wasn't it the Olympians themselves who spoke about a lustful atmosphere in the Olympic Village? It was two-time gold medalist Summer Sanders who stated the alternate Games motto as, "What happens in the village stays in the Village."
With that said, let's embrace the sexy route and appreciate the vast array of action shots that are sure to stir up the crowd. Here are the sexiest of the Games so far.
A round of applause for the talented cameramen.
China's Xue Chen and Zhang Xi trounce the Greek tandem of Vasiliki Arvaniti and Maria Tsiartsiani 2-0 on Wednesday to advance to the knockout stage of the women's beach volleyball. No spike left behind.
By defeating Russian teammate Maria Kirilenko 6-2, 6-3 in the semifinals at Wimbledon, Maria Sharapova advanced to the final, where she'll face either No. 1 Victoria Azarenka or Wimbledon champ Serena Williams. Excitement brewing.
They may have missed a medal in the 10-meter synchronized final, but Great Britain's Tonia Couch and Sarah Borrow are epically close to the promised land.
Don't put that camera on me, you don't know what I'm about.
Serbia's Ana Ivanovic doesn't like to be judged, or quoted falsely.
The most elegant synchronization we've seen yet.
Canada's Kristina Vaculik leads her prestigious club to greatness.
Russia's Maria Kirilenko shows off her ferocious forehand. A work of art.
Two breathtaking competitors collide to create a masterpiece.
The Brazilians clearly can't be stopped in at least two sports. Breathtaking footage of greatness.
America's 6'3" beauty Destinee Hooker combines opposing optimism with a fiery crawl toward immortality. She can't be stopped.
Alex Morgan doing what she does best. Kill it.
Practice does make perfect, as these French footballers just escaped Sweden 2-1 to make the semifinals. Ferocious focus from defender Laure Boulleau.
British track-and-field legend Jessica Ennis simply getting her feet wet before breaking the world record in 100-meter hurdles with 12.54 seconds. A pure champion.
The undefeated Dutch field hockey squad is led by lovely midfielder Ellen Hoog. This breathtaking unit can't be stifled.
Victory is only complete when torrential downpour shatters the exhaustion.
Hungary's Zsuzsanna Jakabos stretches before her illustrious medley. Sheer focus.
Shadow eloquently matching the form, ball hovering overhead. Greatness is upon us.
British beach volleyball stars Zara Dampney and Shauna Mullin relish in their glory. A magnificent run until their heartbreaking elimination.
Hosting the Olympics is a stressful responsibility, and the cheerleaders seem almost ready for lawn chairs and sweating glasses of lemonade.
Larissa Franca and Juliana Silva of Brazil complement their on-court magic with a beautiful exchange of respects.