Celebrity Olympians Who Get a Gold for Wacky Style These athletes are pros at sporting seriously head-turning outfits while breaking a sweat By Alex Apatoff Published on July 23, 2012 01:25 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 08 RYAN LOCHTE Tim Clayton/Corbis; Inset: Barbara Walton/Corbis The only thing more eye-catching than the swimmer's amazing abs is his dazzling blinged-out grill, which he wore to win the gold in the 2009 World Championships. Fun fact: Ryan sported self-promoting footwear at the same event in 2011. 02 of 08 ALEX MORGAN Armando Franca/AP, Boyd Ivey.Corbis The soccer pro gets her kicks from playful on-field duds, including carefully coordinated socks and jerseys, plus pink sneakers that complement her fuchsia headband. 03 of 08 VENUS WILLIAMS Mark Kolbe/Getty The reigning Wimbledon doubles champ is also the queen of over-the-top court costumes, including a belly-baring crisscross mini. And we love that she often rocks complementary nail polish shades. 04 of 08 NEYMAR Matthew Ashton/AMA/Corbis We're not sure what the Brazilian soccer player's goal is with that funky hairdo, but his home country fans dig his frequently spiked, bleached, Mohawked and all-around wacky styles. 05 of 08 SERENA WILLIAMS Clive Brunskill/Getty Venus's doubles partner (and Wimbledon singles champ) shares her sister's love for out-there tennis attire (as well as eye-catching off-court style). Whether in Burberry on the red carpet or teeny-tiny shorts during play, she's not shy about showing off that super-toned bod. 06 of 08 MICHAEL JOHNSON Paul J Sutton/Corbis In the race for wildest track fashions, Michael takes the lead. The eight-time gold medal winner was not content to just wear the shiny shade around his neck; he had special gilded Nikes custom made for his fast feet in the 1996 Atlanta games. 07 of 08 DEE DEE TROTTER Christian Petersen/Getty If Dee Dee slows down long enough for you to catch a glimpse of her, check out the sprinter's glam track outfits and one-of-a-kind face paint. Perhaps she'll sport the Olympic rings in London – or go bold and draw on a winning medal? 08 of 08 FLORENCE GRIFFITH-JOYNER Duomo/Corbis, Mike King/Corbis The '80s were a questionable fashion decade for many of us, including the late, great Flo Jo. But perhaps the one-legged unitard and full-body (head included!) catsuit (not to mention the super-long nails she often sported) were the secret weapons behind her ridiculous track times?