Top 10 female athletes in the world



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01. Michelle Waterson
Michelle Waterson is appropriately nicknamed “The Karate Hottie”. Waterson is a mixed martial artist professional and is currently the Invicta FC Atomweight Champion. The MMA fighter also models.










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02. Alex Morgan
Alex Morgan is a 24 year old, American soccer play and an Olympic gold medalist. She is also known as a New York Times best selling author for her middle schoolers, three book series “The Kicks”.








SportsHottiest3 600px 14 0503. Maria Sharapova
Top Russian professional tennis player, Maria Sharapova was recently ranked World No. 3 three by the Women’s Tennis Association. She has won 29 WTA singles and ranked World No. 1 in numerous occasions.







SportsHottiest4 600px 14 0504. Lauryn Eagle
Lauryn Eagle is a water skiing champion and an Australian professional boxer. The 26 year old is a featherweight champion, has placed in the skiing World Championships and enjoys modeling.










SportsHottiest5 600px 14 0505. Kaylyn Kyle
Kaylyn Kyle is a Canadian Footballer for the Boston Breakers in the NWSL. The midfielder a member of the Canada national women’s soccer team and a Right to Play Ambassador.








SportsHottiest6 600px 14 0506. Kiira Korpi
Kiira Korpi is a four time Finnish national champion figure skater and three time European medalist. The 25 year old blonde beauty is dominating the sport in various parts of the world.








SportsHottiest7 600px 14 0507. Candace Parker
Candace Parker is an Academic All American basketball professional for the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks. She is an all time favorite in the league and is known as the first woman to dunk in the NCAA tournament.








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08. Michelle Jenneke
Michelle Jenneke is an Australian hurdler and model. The 20 year old beauty garnered worldwide attention for her famous warm up dance before one of her races.










SportsHottiest9 600px 14 0509. Venus Williams 
Venus Williams is a force to be reckoned with in the professional world of tennis. She has been ranked World number one in singles by the Women’s Tennis Associations becoming the first black woman to ever achieve this.










SportsHottiest10 600px 14 010. Mao Asada 
Japanese Figure Skater, Mao Asada comes in at number ten. She is the first woman to break the 200 point barrier three consecutive times in international competition and the first from Asia to win multiple world championships.