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The Internet Can’t Handle China’s Hottest Olympic Swimmer

All eyes will be on this 23-year-old eye-candy when he takes off his clothes to make a big splash in the pool.

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Ning Zetao is a competitive swimmer participating in this year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Standing at  6’3”, this athlete is all lean muscle mass.

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It’s no wonder that the first thing fans Google isn’t his swimming records, but whether he has a girlfriend or not.

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Admirers can enjoy the sight of his chiseled six pack when he swims for the Chinese team in the Rio Olympics this year.

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According to Shanghaiist, the Chinese national swimming team arrived in Rio on July 31st and have already began practice sessions.

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He’s not only great eye-candy, but he’s one hell of a fast swimmer too. Ning set the record for the 100-meter style as the first Asian man to swim the distance in under 48 seconds in 2015.

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Ning was born in Zhengzou, China and was raised in a military family.

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His father served in the Chinese air force and his mother worked in the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force.

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He began swimming when he was eight years old and started training with the Chinese Navy Swimming Team by the time he turned 14.

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Ning had initially trained for the 200-meter and 400-meter individual medley races, but switched to sprint freestyle as a result of a chronic knee condition.

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According to Swimswam, Ning mostly competed in national competitions.

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In 2011, Ning tested positive for steroid use and was suspended on doping charges.

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After learning his lesson, Ning made an impressive comeback and won first place in the 100-meter freestyle at the 2013 Chinese National Championships.

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In 2014, the record setting swimmer won gold in the 50-meter and 100-meter freestyle at the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

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He began making big waves in international competitions when he came in first for the 100-meter freestyle at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships in Kazan, Russia.

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Ning is set to compete in the Rio Olympics 2016 for the men’s 100 meter freestyle on Aug. 9 and the men’s 50 meter freestyle on Aug. 11.

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