Let's face it: Few of us have the well-muscled bodies of an Olympic athlete. Just watching the swimmers walk around is like an abdominal anatomy lesson. But a fun web tool from the BBC lets you see whose body shape most resembles your own.
The Body Match quiz asks for your height, weight and birthdate. (Americans: If you're using our preferred measurements, you'll need to change centimeters to feet/inches and kilograms to pounds, and be sure to list your birthday month first. I messed this up an embarrassing number of times.)
Say you enter President Obama's particulars -- 6 feet 1 inch, 175 pounds, according to his March physical. He's the same height as 651 athletes (Olympians average 5 feet 10 inches) and the same weight as 158 of them (average Olympic weight: 159). He's older than all the athletes, at 55, and 17 of them share his August 4 birthday.
The most fun part, however, selects three athletes close to your size. Obama best matches up with famed Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal, as well as British cyclist Edward Clancy and Haitian sprinter Jeffrey Julmis. Sorry, Mr. President, we know you love basketball, but they'd dunk over you without looking back.
Just for gender equality, I also punched in the stats for Britain's Queen Elizabeth, who's reportedly around 5 feet 4 inches and 154 pounds. According to the tool, 396 athletes match her height, 490 her weight.
She best matches up with Vanessa Lunga, a soccer player from Zimbabwe; Ankhtsetseg Munkhjantsan, a weight-lifter from Mongolia; and perhaps fittingly considering her love of horses, Rebecca Howard, an equestrian from Canada. Ride 'em, Queenie!