These are the hottest and most beautiful, sexy women in the world of sports. Not only do these girls walk around with the hottest bodies and gorgeous smiles that could make any man fall over, but they excel in a sport. They don’t only play in a sport, they are elite athletes in their sport. That makes them that much sexier. Feast your eyes on this, but make sure not to get drool all over your shirt. And the reason why they’re not in a particular order with a number attached to them is…well…because…you cant. They’re all dream girls. So stop reading already and look why don’t you. Just make sure you don’t drool doing so…
Birthday: October 26, 1968
Jennifer Baretta was only playing pool for a short time before turning pro on the women’s tour in 2003. She was the Player of the Year by leading the tour in points and attending every single tournament.
Bia and Branca Feres
Birthday: February 22, 1988
Bia and Branca Feres twins started practicing swimming and gymnastics at the age of three, and started on synchronized swimming at the age of seven. They reached second place in the Pan American Junior Orlando in 2005. They represented Brazil in the 2007 Pan American games.
Birthday: August 5, 1986
Height: 5’9 Paula Creamer has won 11 professional tournaments, including 9 LPGA events. She has been as high as the number 2 female golfer in the world.
Sport: Javelin Throw
Birthday: March 1, 1982
Leryn broke the national records for the under-17 year age group in 1998 for both the javelin and triple jump. She won bronze medals in 1999 and 2000 at the South American Junior Championships and finally won the javelin title in 2001.
Birthday: January 7, 1983
Gulbis is the hottest girl on the LPGA tour. She is considered a sex symbol for ladies golfers and these pictures are testament to that. Natalie’s professional career has served her well also, where she has found major success in golf. She turned pro at only 18 years of age and has several career wins as well as several top 5 place in the Major tournaments.
Birthday: October 29, 1981
Amanda Beard participated in the 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics, winning seven medals.
Sport: Pole Vaulting
Birthday: March 22, 1989
Allison Stokke is a pole vaulter for the University of California. She won the 2004 California state pole vaulting title and broke five national records.
Birthday: October 11, 1989
Michelle Wie turned professional shortly before her 16th Birthday becoming one of the most hyped female athletes in years. However, she has yet to win her first professional title.
Sport: Ice Skating
Birthday: July 11, 1984
Tanith Belbin has won a 2006 Olympic silver medalist and is a four-time World medalist, three-time Four Continents champion and five-time US champion.
Birthday: April 19, 1987
Maria Sharapova has won singles titles in the 2008 Australian Open, 2006 US Open and 2004 Wimbeldon and earned a No. 1 in the world ranking in 2005.
Birthday: October 18, 1984
Lindsey Vonn became the first American to win the gold medal in downhill skiing doing so in the 2010 Winter Olympics. She has established herself as the most successful American woman skier in history with Olympic gold and bronze medals, 33 World Cup wins and two World Championship gold medals.
Birthday: June 7, 1981
Ana Kournikova has reached a No. 8 ranking in the world in 2000 but never won a major singles title. However, Kournikova has seen the most success in doubles, winning two Australian Open Grand Slam titles in 1999 and 2002 with Martina Hingis.
Birthday: September 3,1980
Jennie Finch pitches for the US national softball team and the Chicago Bandits. She helped lead Tem USA to the gold medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics and the silver medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics. She is known as the most famous softball player in history.
Birthday: June 11, 1979
Amy Taylor is a former soccer player and current media personality in Australia. She was a member of the Australian women’s national team playing defender in over twenty international matches. She played professionally in the now defunct Women’s National Soccer League and in the United States W-League. She retired from the sport in 2004 focusing her time on being a co-host and sideline reporter for soccer-related programs.
Sport: Football Cheerleader
Romi Bean is a cheerleader for the Denver Broncos of the NFL.
Mia St. John
Birthday: June 24, 1967
Mia St. John has appeared in nearly 60 pro fights and became the WBC International Boxing Champion of the World at the age of 40.
Sport: Racecar Driving
Birthday: March 25, 1982
Danica Patrick currently competes in the IndyCar Series, ARCA Racing Series and the NASCAR Nationwide Series. She was named the Rookie of the Year for both the 2005 Indianapolis 500 and the 2005 IndyCar Series season. She became the first woman to win an Indy car race with her win in the 2008 Indy Japan 300. She placed 3rd in the 2009 Indianapolis 500, the highest finish by a woman in history.
Birthday: April 15, 1967
Dara Torres is the first swimmer for the United States to compete in five Olympic Games (1984, 1988, 1992, 2000 and 2008), and, at age 41, the oldest swimmer ever to earn a place on the U.S. Olympic team. At the 2008 Summer Olympics, Torres won three silver medals. She has won twelve Olympic medals (four gold, four silver, four bronze) over her career.
Birthday: March 15, 1975
Lokelani McMichael became the youngest female to finish the Hawaii Ironman, doing so in 1995. She beat out about 48,000 people to become eligible for the Ironman.
Sport: Ice Skating
Birthday: April 21, 1977
Jamie Sale is a 2002 Olympic Champion and the 2001 World Champion, in which she partnered with her then husband.
Birthday: January 6, 1970
Gabby Reece played on professional volleyball tours for many years. She was a standout at Florida State University, setting two school volleyball records in solo blocks and total blocks. She competed in a 4-man team that took first place at the first ever Beach Volleyball World Championships in 1997. For four consecutive years, Reece was the WBVL kills leader from 1993-1996 being the Offensive Player of the Year in 1994-1995 and the League blocks leader in 1993.
Birthday: June 9, 1978
Heather Mitts is a two-time Olympic gold medalist as a member of the United States women’s national team as a defender. She also plays in the Women’s Professional Soccer League.
Sport: WWE Wrestling/Football Cheerleader
Birthday: October 14, 1979
Stacey Keibler rose to fame as a former wrestler and manager in the WCW and WWE. At the age of 18, she became a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens football team.
Birthday: November 6, 1987
Ana Ivanovic is a former World No. 1 tennis player winning the 2008 French Open and the runner-up in 2007 French Open and the 2008 Australian Open.
Birthday: February 10, 1981
Kristi Leskinen won a silver medal in freestyle skiing in the 2005 World Ski Championships and a bronze medal in the 2005 Winter X Games.
Birthday: August 5, 1981
Rawson turned professional at the end of 2004. She finished third at the Ladies European Tour 2005 qualifying tournament and was a season 2006 LET rookie. In 2007, she was invited to join the LPGA tour, qualifying for a full time tour card in 2008.
Birthday: March 27, 1977
Malia Jones began surfing competitively in her early teens and at the age of 15 won the girls division of the United States Amateur Surfing Championship.
Birthday: January 25, 1987
Maria Kirilenko won her first WTA Tour title in 2005 and reached No. 18, her career-high single ranking, in July 2008.
Birthday: October 15, 1981
Elena has reached a career ranking as high as No. 3 in the World. Currently, her ranking is 6th in the world and the No. 1 Russian in the World. She is an Olympic Gold Medalist and has reached the finals of the U.S. Open and French Open. She is still looking for her first major victory.
Birthday: June 17, 1988
Stephanie currently holds the world record in the 400 m individual medley. She won 3 gold medals at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Swimming World Magazine named her as the 2008 Female World Swimmer of the Year.
Birthday: December 3, 1987
Alicia began gymnastics at the age of 8 and joined the U.S. National team in 2003. The Massachusetts native won a silver medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and is currently dating Brady Quinn. Now only if Quinn was half as talented as she is..maybe the Browns would win some games.
Birthday: November 21, 1983
These twin sisters from California compete in tag-team competition in the WWE. Their finishing moves are the sitout facebuster and I’m sure it’s as pleasing to watch as the name sounds.
Sport: Track and Field
Birthday: December 12, 1991
Sara Galimberti is often called the Italian Allison Stokke simply because she is a beauty who has an impressive track record (no pun intended). She’s the reigning Miss Lombardia and a multi-time Regional Junior Champion in the 800 and 1500 metres.
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