'If I can make one young gay teen see that sexuality shouldn't be a factor in sport - that's a win in itself': Bobsledder Simon Dunn beats Channing Tatum and David Beckham to title of hottest man in the world Simon Dunn is an Australian professional bobsledder He has been voted number one in Attitude Magazine's HOT 100 He was followed by Channing Tatum and One Direction's Liam Payne Others on the list included David Beckham and Chris Evans Dunn took the title from Olympian Tom Daley, who is number four Dunn hopes to use his platform to spark conversation about sexuality An Australian bobsledder has beaten out a host of Hollywood hunks to be voted number one in British gay magazine Attitude's annual HOT 100. Simon Dunn was crowned the winner at a party in London this week, attended by a host of celebrities. The chiseled sportsmen toppled UK Olympian Tom Daley from his two-year stint at the top of the list, also beating Channing Tatum, One Direction's Liam Payne, David Backham and Zac Efron. Australia's first openly gay bobsledder: Simon Dunn has been voted hottest man in the world 'It's all a little surreal at the moment. I still don't consider myself in the same group as them ... I'm just that guy from Sydney who pushes sleds,' Dunn told AAP. Having played for the Sydney Convicts rugby team, in 2014 Dunn was approached by the Australian bobsledding team to join as brakeman. Dunn said he wanted to use the win as a platform to further discussion around sexual diversity in sport. Ughhh the beards….