Aly Raisman is another huge name in American gymnastics. She was yet another member, and captain of the winning Fierce Five, both in 2012 and 2016. At the games in London in 2012, she went home as the most decorated gymnast, with 2 golds and 1 bronze to her name. But aside from being one of the most talented gymnastics stars in the country, she’s also got a side career as a model.
Clad in a bikini, she appeared in the 2017 and 2018 editions of the “Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.” Her floor routine dancing skills came in handy on the 16th season of “Dancing with The Stars,” too, in which she placed 4th with her partner, Mark Ballas.
Paige VanZant has accomplished a lot at a young age, but she’s mainly known for being a UFC strawweight and flyweight fighter, the latter of which she is currently ranked as number 13. She almost appeared on the UFC’s show in 2013, until she was released for being too young (she was a few months shy of 21 at the time.)
She has appeared on a few TV shows, though, including "Chopped" in 2017, as well as competing on season 22 of "Dancing with the Stars," where she placed second with pro dancing partner Mark Ballas. In 2018, she released a book that she authored about her life called "Rise: Surviving the Fight of My Life."
There aren't many women who have found a great deal of fame in women's soccer, but Alex Morgan is definitely one of the chosen few. In 2015, Morgan had already been ranked as one of the highest-paid women’s soccer players by "Time Magazine." But 2019 was one of her biggest and busiest years yet.
The California girl has made multiple magazine covers, including "Time" and "Sports Illustrated." She made the "Time’s" list of the Top 100 Most Influential People, and she helped lead Team USA to victory over France in the Women’s World Cup. Plus, she did all of this while looking fabulous – and that’s all just in one year!
Jennie Finch is probably the single most well-known woman in softball. The 2-time All-Star played for the Chicago Bandits, Arizona Wildcats, and of course, Team USA, who she helped lead to victory on several occasions. In 2004, they won a gold medal and, four years later, a silver.
She retired from the sport in 2010 but still remains connected to it through her job as a commentator with ESPN, who covers college games and National Pro Fastpitch. All of her talent and hard work in softball led to her being inducted into its National Hall of Fame. In 2004, "People" magazine called Finch one of the "50 Most Beautiful People in the World."
This gorgeous Russian former pro-tennis player was born with athleticism running through her veins. Her mother ran 400-meter races, her brother plays professional golf, and her father, who is a former wrestling champ, teaches martial arts in Moscow.
She was launched to international fame in the late ’90s, when she was still a teenager, and has since shown up on the cover of plenty of magazines, including "Maxim" and "The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition." In 2002 she made "FHM’s" list of the 100 Sexiest Women in the World. She even has a drink named after her – which is a White Russian made with non-fat milk.