It's a known fact: Jason Taylor is hot, even more so since his appearances on Dancing With the Stars.
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The tennis bombshell has not only won three Grand Slam titles and 19 overall career titles, but she's also got one heck of a fashion sense. So maybe the "Breakfast at Tiffany's" -like 2006 U.S. Open outfit was a bit much for tennis, but let's be honest, she looked stunning in it.
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We'll just say this: With Gisele Bundchen on his arm, Mr. 18-1 better be on this list.
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No one can stop the youngest Ali in the ring. With a perfect 24-0 record including 21 KOs, Laila is also turning heads with the way she knocks `em dead outside the ring, especially as host of Dancing With the Stars.
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Quite the record so far for a kid who can't even celebrate the feats (legally) with a beer. But the 20-year-old, aptly nicknamed "Sid the Kid" leads his peers, not only in hockey, but also in fashion. Tim Gunn, take note.
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The pitcher for the U.S. Softball team has forced major leaguers to swing with her 71-mph riseball. She can also wear black gowns and rhinestones with the best of them.
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A-Rod's got a contract worth (at least) $275 million and he's got the duds to prove it. It's quite obvious Madison Avenue is reeling in his Yankee success.
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Of course, one could argue that she also qualifies for the best un-dressed list (see 2008 SI Swimsuit issue).
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Lewis Hamilton is auto racing's male version of Danica Patrick. The British Formula 1 driver became the youngest (22 years, 4 months, 8 days) to lead the World Championship and set the record for the most wins in a rookie season (4). He was also definitely the best-looking driver to accomplish all of that.
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The defender for the U.S. Women's soccer team is on her way to Beijing for the Olympics, but when she's not tackling strikers, Mitts can be seen donning some stunning outfits (and swimsuits for SI!). Did you see that dress she wore at the ESPY's last year?
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The Olympic gold-medalist sprinter and American record-holder in the 400-meters is a favorite heading into this year's Games in Bejing. But as New York Giants player Aaron Ross' fiancée, Richards maks her oft-dubbed "best-dressed" better-half play secondary.
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Roger Federer in a slump? No way! He's still the only one who can rock the all black, or what he calls, "the tuxedo look" on the court.
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Shelden Williams is one lucky man. Not only is he engaged to one of the WNBA's best rookies, but he's also got a woman with style. Nikes or heels, Parker (left, with Brittany Jackson) can make it look great.
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King James has inked himself as a fashion icon. From Gucci belt-buckles to Prada sunglasses, he's got style. He recently became one of just three men to grace the cover of Vogue magazine, as he stole Tom Brady's leading lady for the winning shot this year.
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It's already a given that Annika will go down in LPGA and PGA history books, but we are making it officially clear that her fashion sense needs to be added as a sidenote to those records. Her style, both on and off the course, is phenomenal.
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Enough about Beckham. Let's talk Henry. Thierry Henry. The French footballer can score from pretty much anywhere on the field and against anyone. And off the field, he's collaborated with Tommy Hilfiger for his own fashion line "One 4 All." The proceeds go to his foundation to fight racism and social inequality.
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Serena knows fashion. Along with tennis, Serena lives fashion. Yes, some of her outfits have been extreme, but as a designer herself (she has her own line called ANERES, Serena backwards), it's evident the tennis star knows a thing or two about style.
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Oscar De La Hoya
The Golden Boy's got some pretty golden digs, if you ask us. Having taken his fare share of sucker punches to the head, De La Hoya still manages to clean up nicely when paired with a nice Armani.
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The 2003 NBA Rookie of the Year can certainly work it on the court, having averaged 23.2 points and nine rebounds per game this season. But how many can make size-17 feet work with style?
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