Kosovare Asllani is a Swedish pro soccer player who plays for Real Madrid and Sweden’s women’s national team. Dubbed “Kosse,” Asllani is a skilled striker, possessing great speed and unique technique in her game. If you watched the 2019 Women’s World Cup, you’d know what a vital role Asllani played in helping Sweden enter the finals.
If you check out her Instagram page (nearly 320K followers and counting), it looks like Asllani is a typical woman of her age, enjoying brunch with friends and gorgeous fashion shots. That is if you ignore the hundreds of photos of her on the field!
Russian long jumper Darya Klishina has won many European Championships over the years and took part in the 2016 Olympic games. Interestingly enough, long jumping wasn't here thing right from the get-go. Instead, her interest in sports started at age eight when she began playing volleyball. Influenced by her athlete father, at age 13, she changed her preference for athletics to long jump.
In 2017, she competed as an authorized neutral athlete at the 2017 World Championship in Athletics. The mother of two (just casually dropping that fact on you) won silver with a season-best of 7.00 meters, finishing only two centimeters behind Brittney Reese.
Rachel Daly is an English soccer player who plays for West Ham United and the English national team. She is sponsored by Under Armor and Adidas and is seen wearing tons of Adidas gear on her Instagram. Daly was selected by Houston Dash as the sixth overall pick of the 2016 College Draft.
She was voted Player of the Week for the first week of the season after she scored a goal and helped Dash's win against the Chicago Red Stars. With those cheekbones and her baby blues, if this woman ever decides to retire from soccer, she can definitely get a second career as a model.
It seems as though this California girl was born to surf. Anastasia Ashley is an American professional surfer and model; she began surfing at age five. By the age of six, she had won a surf contest using a run-down board that she found in a trash can. At age seven, she found herself a sponsor to replace her run-down boards, and the rest is history.
In 2003 Ashley receive the Triple Crown Rookie of the Year award, and at age 16, she had already won her first major national title. She's appeared in many magazines, including the "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition" in 2014.
Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk is a Ukrainian long jumper and a name you're going to want to remember. We aren't sure how many long jumpers most people can name off the top of their heads, but this one should be an exception. She won the bronze medal at the 2013 European Junior Championships but that was only the beginning.
The athlete went on to win the silver medal at the 2018 European Championships. Her best jump is 6.93 meters, which she achieved in Lutsk in 2016. She has a prominent social media presence, posting both personal and professional posts for her hundreds of thousands of followers.