Mouthwatering Olympians for Day 2 — Morozov, Lacourt, & Magnussen [PHOTOS]

July 29, 2012 12:30 am
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Ladies, behold: The official “Cutie Calendar” of the London 2012 Olympic summer games. Here you can find when to turn on the tube to watch the most mouthwatering Olympians of the day. If we’re going to be brutally honest with ourselves, a grand majority of the reason we stay up late watching the games is to drool over sweaty men and snag glimpses of speedo shots. Here at Ryanseacrest.com, we decided to make your process of checking out the hot athletes a little easier. Come back to our website DAILY to find the exact times the hottest men will grace your television screen for the next few weeks. You’re welcome.

Vladimir Morozov 

Vladimir Morozov

Keep your eyes open for the new boy in town: blonde haired, blue eyed Russian swimmer, Vladimir. This University of Southern California student is an Olympic virgin, but he won’t disappoint.

4×100 Freestyle Relay

 

3:56 AM PST / 6:56 AM EST Qualifications

 

1 PM  PST / 4 PM PST Final


 

Camille Lacourt 

Camille Lacourt

Lacourt is a flawless French swimmer that you won’t be able to tear your eyes away from.

100m Backstroke

3:03 AM PST / 6:03 AM EST Heats

12:28 PM PST / 3:28 PM EST Semi Finals

 

James Magnussen 

James Magnussen

James is Australia’s pride and joy for obvious reasons. Not only is he a gold medal hopeful, but he also has winning looks and killer charm.

4×100 Freestyle Relay

 

3:56 AM PST / 6:56 AM EST Qualifications

 

1 PM  PST / 4 PM PST Final

 

Michael Phelps

 America’s secret weapon will work his magic again today:

4×100 Freestyle Relay

 

3:56 AM PST / 6:56 AM EST Qualifications

 

1 PM  PST / 4 PM PST Final


Ryan Lochte

 Don’t miss the studliest swimmer around make waves again today.

200m Freestyle

2:20 AM PST / 5:20 PM EST Qualifications

11:37 AM PST / 2:37 PM EST Semi Finals

4×100 Freestyle Relay

 

3:56 AM PST / 6:56 AM EST Qualifications

 

1 PM  PST / 4 PM PST Final


Aldo Montano

Aldo Montano

It’s a shame fencers need to wear a mask with their outfits, because this Italian Stallion has got a face no woman would mind staring at.

Men’s Individual Sabre

2:30 AM PST / 5:30 PM EST Round of 64

3:30 AM PST / 6:30 AM EST Round of 32

5:10 AM PST / 8:10 AM EST Round of 16

6:10 AM PST / 9:10 AM EST Quarter Finals

10 AM PST / 1 PM EST Semi Finals

10:50 AM PST / 1:50 PM EST Bronze Medal Match

11:10 AM PST / 2:10 PM EST Gold Medal Match

 

Stay tuned to see which mouthwatering men will be next! (Refer to NBCOlympics.com for a full event schedule.)


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