Watch this video to find out who are the hottest female athletes ever! These girls aren’t just all looks and no performance, because some of the world’s greatest female athletes made this list!
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Here are the hottest female athletes ever!
12 Allison Stokke
Allison is a pole vaulter and fitness model. She was a phenom at a young age; she broke a number of American records for high school pole vaulting. She, however, became an internet phenomenon not for her pole vaulting, but for being ridiculously good looking, when pictures of her pole vaulting in high school were widely shared. Pictures of Allison were taken by a journalist for a Californian track and field website and posted online. The images were then posted on With Leather, a sports blog with mostly a male fanbase, and her pics went viral.
Even with the sudden fame and unwanted attention, Allison was able to continue her success in pole vaulting at UC Berkeley, where she earned a scholarship for track of course. In her first year of competition for the California Golden Bears collegiate track team she broke the school pole vault record for a freshman athlete.
Her Olympic aspirations have fallen a bit short, however. She unfortunately didn’t qualify for the 2012 Olympics nor for the 2016 Olympics. Don’t feel too bad for her, because she’s now doing sportswear modeling. She’s appeared in campaigns for Nike and Athleta in 2015, and Uniqlo in 2016.
11 Michelle Jenneke
Remember this?! Michelle "Shelly" Jenneke is an Australian hurdler and model, who won a silver medal for the 100 m hurdles at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. She got super famous in 2012 for that little pre-race warm-up dance you just witnessed! In July 2012, videos of her dancing during her pre-race warmup for the 100 m hurdles race at the 2012 World Junior Championships went viral on YouTube. One clip received 19 million views and was featured on The Tonight Show.
She’s not just another pretty faced athlete however, because in April 2016 she won the Australian National Championship 100 m hurdles final, which qualified her for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. Unfortunately she wasn’t able to make much of a splash in her first Olympics as she was unable to get out of the heats. She finished in 6th in her heat in a time of 13.26. She would have needed a near personal best to qualify as the third qualifying time in her heat was 12.85. It’s only her first Olympics so she’ll have plenty of chances to try for a medal.
10 Jacqueline Carvalho
Jaqueline Carvalho is a volleyball player for the Brazilian national team and the Brazilian club Minas Tênis Clube. She’s one of the most decorated volleyball players in the world, as she’s racked up medals in a plethora of international competitions. Some of her most notable achievements include winning five golds and two silvers at the World Grand Prix, two golds at the World Grand Champions Cup, two silvers and a bronze at the World Championships, and two golds at the Olympics.
Jaqueline and the rest of the Brazil squad have dominated the Olympics in recent years, winning gold medals in both 2008 and 2012. They were unable to bring home the gold in 2016, as they were knocked out by China unexpectedly.
9 McKayla Maroney
Ahhh McKayla……I’m sure if you met her in real life and fed her some uninspiring pick up line, you’re gonna get her usual unimpressed face she gave on the podium after winning a Silver medal in the 2012 Olympics. McKayla was a member of the 2012 U.S. women's gymnastics team, who were known as the Fierce Five at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where her team won a gold medal in the team competition.
McKayla was also a member of the gold-winning American team at the 2011 World Championships where she won gold medals in the team and vault competitions.