Lewis Hamilton, Will Smith, And Other Blindie Favorites Make PEOPLE Magazine’s Sexiest Man List

Australian hardbody Hugh Jackman has nabbed PEOPLE magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” title while a bevy of diverse actors, athletes and musicians show up in some pretty sexy categories.

Among PEOPLE magazine’s Sexy men of color are Seven Pound’s Will Smith and Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal in the “20 Sexy Superstars” category

Rapper turned actor Bow Wow tops the sexy “21 Club,” while Tyson Beckford shows up on the “Sexy Bearded Guys” list and former L.A. Law man and current star of Dirty Sexy Money Blair Underwood is crowned “Sexiest TV Veteran.”

Private Practice star Taye Diggs lands in the new category “Sexy Scents,” which comes with a scratch and sniff feature on the page.

On the international front, China-born concert pianist Lang Lang, British singer Seal and his compatriot Formula One race car driver Lewis Hamilton also make the Sexy list.

The sexy surprises are U.S. Treasury Department’s Neel Kashkari, and Olympian decathlete Bryan Clay.

Bryan Clay Named USA Track & Field’s Athlete Of The Week

After taking home the gold at the Olympics in Beijing, decathlete Bryan Clay has been named USA Track & Field’s Athlete of the Week. Clay finished the two-day decathlon competition just 10 seconds shy of beating the Olympic record, but won by a 240-point margin–the largest since 1972.

Born in Texas to an African American father and a Japanese mother, he was raised in Hawaii and joined the track club as a child to channel his energy. Standing at a height of 5’11” he is considered small for a decathlete, but Clay proved he had the speed, strength, skill, stamina, endurance, and perseverance to win the 10-event competition and joins the league of great American decathletes like Jim Thorpe, Bill Toomey and Bruce Jenner.

Dubbed “Hawaii’s Hero” in the press and considered the “World’s Greatest Athlete,” Clay, who also won the silver at the 2004 Olympics in Athen, says “It’s been a little while since we had the Olympic gold medal in the decathlon brought back to the States. I’m happy with being the person to do it. I hope the Wheaties box and all those types of things happen. I’d love for that to happen. I’d love for this to be a spark for the decathlon and bring it back to the forefront of track and field.”

The married man and father of two credits Christianity as a strong force in his life and gives back to his community with the Bryan Clay Foundation. The mission of the foundation is to provide Hawaiian students in need with support to pursue college.

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