This blonde beauty is a multi-talented athlete that’s mastered the art of more than one sport – among other things. She got her start in the industry during college when she began her professional wakeboarding career. In 2012, she entered and won the Miss United States pageant, alongside her athletic competitions.
Afterward, she started training in kickboxing, and later Jiu-Jitsu, in which she went on to earn a black belt. Wow, we are getting tired just reading about all of it. Calling this woman competitive would be an understatement. Talk about being an overachiever! Is there anything this woman can’t do?
Jessica “Evil” Eye
With cheekbones like Jessica's, it's hard not to envy her. Jessica "Evil" Eye was born in Akron, Ohio. She credits the car accident she was in when she was 16 with creating her drive toward success in mixed martial arts. Eye modeled for "Cosmopolitan" and discussed how her upbringing led her to become a fighter.
Eye has made her way into popular culture multiple times; she was referenced in a re-mixed version of the song "Till I Die" By Machine Gun Kelly and was featured in "Pressure Life." She has a strong social media presence with 164K followers on Instagram.
The gorgeous New Yorker Natasha Hastings is a track and field sprinter. She began her career at a very young age and won first place in the 400 meters in the Youth Girls division at the USATF Junior Olympics. While attending the University of South Carolina, she became known as "the 400M diva" after describing the ladies' track team as the "Gamecock Divas" in honor of the college's mascot.
Hastings has a YouTube channel, to which she posts behind-the-scenes footage of her races, preparation, and workout. She also has a series called "Tea Time," in which she talks about everything from dating to mental preparation with fellow athletes and friends.
Not to be confused with British actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, this California girl still holds the record for the last woman to earn a medal in singles figure skating at the Olympics, as of early 2019. Her amazing talent on the ice snagged her several of them, including three World Champion medals, an Olympic silver medal, and a Grand Prix Championship.
While no longer active as a skater, she has dabbled in other fields too. Aside from her successful pro-ice-skating career, she’s acted in a few TV shows and films, including appearances and roles in "Las Vegas," "Sharknado 5," "Blades of Glory," and "Bratz: The Movie."
Misty May-Treanor was born and raised on the sunny beaches of Los Angeles, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone that she became one of the best beach volleyball players in the country. She played in her first tournament when she was just 8 years old and continued on with the sport through high school and into college when she played for The Long Beach State 49ers.
She helped her team win the first undefeated season that the NCAA had ever seen in 1998, set the tournament record of service aces (20), and won the Most Outstanding Player award. She and her husband, pro baseball player Matt Treanor, live in Florida with their three daughters.