If you haven't noticed yet, female athletes have gotten much more competitive and exciting over the past decade. There is a new breed of female athlete rising to the surface. The combination of new diets, as well as modern science and training techniques has produced some amazing feats in women's sports. As we get ready for the summer Olympics and look to the future of sports, we should all be excited about what the future will bring.
As female athletes fine tune their athletic skills, by nature, their physical appearance will begin to evolve and become more toned and balanced as well. As we get into this list, we will definitely see some hard evidence of that welcomed change.
This list will also help you be ahead of the curve when it comes to the hottest sports women out there. We are going to run down not just the hottest women in sports, but we are going to do a little digging and find the diamonds in the ruff who are on their way to stardom. Just make sure you remember where you heard it when you impress the guys with your knowledge on the obscure female athlete, and if your girl has a problem, just let her know you are just appreciating these ladies' tremendous athletic abilities.
15 Jessica Gysin
14 Gracie Gold
13 Madison Keys
12 Nikki Van Dijk
11 Paige Vanzant
10 Camille LeBlanc-Bazinet
9 Paige Spiranac
Paige Spiranac is far and away the sexiest female golfer in the world. Once dubbed the "hottest female athlete on planet Earth," Paige has some incredible gifts aside from her golfing abilities. The LPGA world is not blind to the beauty of Spiranac either. In May 2016, Gold Digest Magazine put Paige on the cover, over several more talented and deserving female golfers. The reasons are obvious, and the LPGA actually made a stink about the sexual advertising tactics. LPGA Hall of Famer Juli Inkster said, “It’s kind of where our society is right now. I don’t agree with it, but it’s their magazine and they can do what they want.”
8 Christen Press
7 Camila Giorgi
6 Winifer Fernandez
5 Jamie Anderson
One of eight children, Jamie Anderson has always had to do a little bit extra to stand out. Well, she certainly is standing out these days. A product of South Lake Tahoe, Anderson has spent her entire childhood playing in the snow, and it is paying dividends as an adult. She is already a 10-time Olympic medalist, including four golds. Jamie had always enjoyed snow sports, but at the age of nine, she was given a hand-me-down snowboard and immediately fell in love with the sport. At the age of 14, she qualified for the Winter X-Games as a snowboarder. After only five years of practice, and at the tender age of 15, Jamie won her first X-Games medal when she won bronze in the 2005 games. The snowboarding world is well aware of Jamie.
4 Laura Robson
3 Erica Hosseini
2 Sydney Laroux
Sydney Laroux is already a star on the US Women's National Team, and the future appears to be extremely bright for this 26-year-old Canadian beauty. With the retirement of some US National Team stars, the team appears to be ready to embrace a new leader and Sydney is in prime position to take the reigns. At 26, she has already played in 75 National Team games, scoring 35 career goals along the way. Sydney, along with teammate Alex Morgan appear to be the future of US Women's soccer. It was clear from the start that Sydney was going to be great. During her four seasons at UCLA, she led her team in scoring three of the four seasons. Aside from being an incredible soccer player, Laroux is also a pioneer for women around the world. She has embraced the responsibility of showing women that it is okay to be proud of your body.
1 1. Eugenie Bouchard
This Canadian bombshell is currently ranked 40 on the WTA Women's Tour. Eugenie would already be a mega star had she not taken some time away from tennis in 2015. As a youngster, Bouchard was a superstar prospect. She officially turned pro at the age of 15, and in 2013 she was named the WTA Newcomer of the Year. In fact, 2013 was her break through year, she made her first major draw in the French Open. She opened the tournament with a straight set win, but then she was pitted against the number two seeded Maria Sharapova who defeated her.
Still, Eugenie had proven to herself that she could compete at the highest level. She took that momentum into the 2014 season where she saw her most success. During the 2014 season, she made it to the semi-finals at the Australian Open and the French Open, but her greatest accomplishment came at Wimbledon that year when she made it to the finals, though she was defeated by Petra Kvitova. Also in 2014, Eugenie won her first WTA tournament in an event leading up to Wimbledon.
With all this success, Bouchard was crowned the Most Improved Player in 2014 and she saw her ranking rise all the way to number five in the world. Since then, she has had some injury issues, as well as some legal issues, but 2016 has seen the return of Eugenie. If things work out for her over the coming years, you can bank on hearing her name much more often.
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