Double gold-medallist Valerie Adams now has another top award under her belt.
The shot put champion, who had a bumpy ride during this year's Olympics, is New Zealand's most-searched Kiwi athlete on Google this month.
Adams was first subject to an embarrassing administrative error by the New Zealand Olympic Committee which nearly saw her watching the competition from the sidelines.
The gaffe saw Adams and another four athletes left off final confirmation start lists.
New Zealanders were also taken by surprise when her arch rival, Belarus' Nadzeya Ostapchuk, took home the Olympic gold medal, leaving Adams with silver.
But yesterday, order was restored when Ostapchuk was stripped of the Olympic title for using a banned steroid and Adams was promoted to first place.
With all the controversy, it's no surprise New Zealand went to Google to learn more about her.
Silver-medalist Sarah Walker and bronze-medalist Mark Todd took out second and third place on the Google list respectively.
Among the global athletes, British champion Jessica Ennis was the most searched, followed by Jamaican Usain Bolt and British Tom Daley.
Paraguayan javelin thrower Leryn Franco, described as the "hottest female Olympian", was the fourth most searched in New Zealand.
Google looked at search terms between August 1 and August 13.
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