Alicia Sacramone – US Olympic gymnast Alicia Sacramone, seen in pictures and video clips below, is not only a hottie, she is also a gold medal favorite in the vault at the 2008 Olympic Games.
Alicia Sacramone has won seven gold medals at the World Championships from 2005-2007 and should be a strong all-around performer for the U.S. Olympic team.
At 20, Sacramone is several years older than most of the teenage gymnasts who dominate women’s gymnastics.
Not only is she older and sporting a more grownup figure, she’s also getting an Ivy League education at Brown University.
Sacramone excels on balance beam, vault, and floor exercise.
She is the current U.S. National Champion on vault and a seven-time medalist at the World Championships.
Look for her to make her first appearance at the Olympic Games in Beijing.
Alicia Sacramone Floor Exercise Video
Alicia Sacramone recently joined five other elite Olympic athletes – Kerri Walsh, Jeremy Wariner, Adam Wheeler, Brian Olson, and Adler Volmar – in a promotion with 24 Hour Fitness where the athletes will appear in the company’s advertising, make promotional appearances at local clubs, and develop signature workouts for the club’s members.
“24 Hour Fitness is proud to continue its support of the United States Olympic Team and help in their ongoing quest for glory at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing,” said Tony Wells, Chief Marketing Officer of 24 Hour Fitness. “These inspiring athletes were selected because they share 24 Hour Fitness’ vision of making fitness accessible for everyone and know the importance of setting goals, working hard and remembering to have fun along the way.”
And that’s the latest news on Olympic gymnast Alicia Sacramone.