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'Sexy' Aussie hurdler Michelle Jenneke is back on YouTube with a cheeky new routine (VIDEO)


Michelle Jenneke (L) and Brooke Stratton compete in the Womens Under 20 100m Hurdles Final during day three of the Australian Junior Athletics Championships at Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre on March 12, 2011 in Sydney, Australia.


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Dancing Aussie hurdler Michelle Jenneke — whose "sexy" pre-race warm-up at Barcelona's Junior Athletic World Championships in July went viral on YouTube — has a cheeky new routine.

This time, she's performing her hip-wiggling jig on quirky US website The Chive in a parody of the video, as a "perfect girlfriend" for a lonely young man who otherwise can't get one. The new video is called "Forever Alone."

Jenneke, a 19-year-old from Sydney, wowed the crowd at the IAAF World Junior Championship in Barcelona with her hip-wiggling, shimmying, leg shaking pre-race jiggle — videos of which have had millions of views since being uploaded to YouTube. 

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"You have to appreciate anyone who enjoys themselves this much," remarked USA Today at the time.

It helped for Jenneke's running cred that she then creamed the field in her first women's 100-meter hurdle heat, the paper added.

According to The Australian newspaper, Jenneke won a silver medal for the 100m hurdles at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics.

Jenneke was also ranked No. 10 in AskMen's top 99 "most desirable women" list on Wednesday.

In the new video, she appears in a dream sequence for the video's male protagonist, Mac Faulkner, who can't get a girlfriend.

The video kicks off with a group of buddies watching Jenneke's original video, during which one says "she's so bouncy."