These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Hey, hey, hey! It's Day 5 of Olympic Thighlights and these athletes' bodies are fitter than ever. Today, we explore the rowers' right to bare arms, see the gymnasts jump to new thights, stroke it out with the swimmers and take in some abs-solutely astonishing abs from the Olympic volleyball players. Like they say, you can't have too much of a good thing and that applies double to Olympic Thighlights.

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Angel Fournier Rodriguez, Cuba, Men's Single Sculls

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Anthony Ervin, USA, Men's 50m Freestyle

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Asuka Teramoto, Japan, Balance Beam

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Bongil Gu of Korea (L) and Florin Zalomir of Romania (R), Men's Sabre Team Fencing

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Chad Le Clos, South Africa, Men's 100m Butterfly

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Victoria Pendleton of Great Britain (L), Peter Kennaugh of Great Britain (C), Anna Meares of Australia (R), Track Cycling

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Idalys Ortiz of Cuba (L) and Elena Ivashchenko of Russia (R), Women's +78 kg Judo

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Roger Federer, Switzerland, Men's Singles Tennis

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Gabrielle Douglas, United States, Balance Beam

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Jessica Hardy, USA, Women's 50m Freestyle

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins, Great Britain, Women's Double Sculls

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Kerri Walsh, USA, Beach Volleyball

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Laura Bartlett, Great Britain, Women's Hockey

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Marcel Balkestein of The Netherlands and Andrew Hayward of New Zealand, Men's Hockey

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Michael Phelps, USA, Men's 200m Individual Medley

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Jonty Clark of Great Britain (L) and Muhammad Tousiq of Pakistan (R), Men's Hockey

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Nada Mohammed Arakji, Qatar, Women's 50m Freestyle

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Richie Campbell of Australia (R) and David Martin Lozano of Spain (L), Men's Water Polo

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Russell Westbrook (L) and Carmelo Anthony (R), USA, Men's Basketball

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Serena Williams, USA, Women's Singles Tennis

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Silvia Gustavo of Brazil and Lizanne Murphy of Canada (L), Irina Osipova of Russia (R), Women's Basketball

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Stephanie Proud, Great Britain, Women's 200m Backstroke

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Tara Whitten, Gillian Carleton and Jasmin Glaesser, Canada, Women's Team Pursuit Track Cycling

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Teddy Riner, France, Men's +100 kg Judo

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Tony Azevedo, USA, Men's Water Polo

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Tugstsogt Nyambayar of Mongolia (L) and Vincenzo Picardi of Italy (R), Men's Fly (52kg) Boxing

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Vanessa Ferrari, Italy, Floor Exercise

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Victoria Azarenka, Belarus, Women's Singles Tennis

These Olympic Bodies Are Abs-olutely Amazing

Vijender of India (L) and Terrell Gausha of United States (R), Men's Middle (75kg) Boxing

Earlier:
Everyone's A Winner When It Comes to Olympic Bodies
These Olympic Bodies are Worth Their Weight in Gold
Olympic Thighlights: You Ain't Heard Calf of It
Is That a Balance Beam in Your Pants or Are You Just Happy That It's Time for Thighlights?