Man Named 'Wall Street's Best Athlete' Is Insanely Hot And Fit (Photos)

What's better than being young, smart and rich?

Being a young finance executive who also happens to be one of the hottest athletes on the face of the earth.

On Sunday, Mark Rubin, the former NFL player turned Wall Street trader, defended his title of Wall Street's Best Athlete for the fourth year in a row.

Then again, it shouldn't come as a surprise Rubin is a top-notch athlete since he even defeated the almighty Michael Phelps in swimming as a kid.

The 29-year-old stud crushed his opponents at the Wall Street Decathlon, coming in first place with a record-setting point total of 7,683 points, and let me tell you, this wasn't an easy competition.

Throughout the four-hour decathlon, competitors were pushed to their physical limits with everything from pull-ups, bench presses and dips, to a football throw, an agility drill, a 500 meter row, vertical jumps and various running events.

Rubin was looking damn fine as he breezed through each grueling task.

At the end of the day, this competition wasn't just about flaunting the strength of finance's eye candy.

The decathlon is actually charity event that generated about $1.5 million for pediatric cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, $14,752 of which was raised by none other than the gorgeous, talented Mark Rubin.

Take a look at the photos below to see the Wall Street stud.

Mark Rubin was named Wall Street's Best Athlete at the Wall Street Decathlon.

He smoked the competition with a record-breaking 7,683 point total at the end of the day...

And he looked insanely hot as he showed off his strength on the field.

The 29-year-old Penn State alum certainly has brains to go along with all of that tantalizing brawn, and currently works as a futures and options trader on Wall Street.

Throughout the Decathalon, Rubin excelled in a variety of daunting tasks that tested the strength and stamina of competitors with events such as throwing, running, rowing, jumping and lifting weights.

Aside from being super fit, smart and ridiculously attractive, this Wall Street stud also has a good heart and raised nearly $15,000 for this charity event. Seriously, how does a man like this even exist?

Citations: Mark Rubin Wins 4th Decathlon Title as Wall Streetu2019s Top Athlete (Bloomberg)