McKayla Maroney is a retired American Olympic gymnast. Yep, you read that right. You may remember her as being a member of the winning “Fierce Five” team from the 2012 London Olympics. Or, you may remember her from the viral meme that circulated the web not too long ago, which featured her receiving her silver medal with a sour expression on her face.
The meme was aptly dubbed, “McKayla is not impressed,” and is still used today under relevant circumstances. She dabbled in some acting in 2012, as well, appearing on the CW’s primetime show, “Hart of Dixie,” in a 6-episode recurring role.
Born in Denmark, pro tennis player Caroline Wozniacki two-handed and backhanded her way straight to the number 1 singles player in the world. She’s won 30 Women’s Tennis Association singles titles, and she was the runner-up to Serena Williams in the 2014 US Open. She and Williams have had a long-standing friendly rivalry on the court, but they’re actual friends in real life.
According to her dating roster, it’s clear she prefers to date athletic men, as well. She was with Irish pro golfer Rory Mcllroy for 2 years, from 2011-2014, and later went on to date NBA champ David Lee.
Gina Carano is a huge name in the world of MMA. She has had some notable rivalries with other huge characters in the business, like Ronda Rousey and The Cyborg. But even those who do not follow MMA may know of her, thanks to her numerous acting roles over the years.
She started appearing in films as an extra in the 2003 Quentin Tarantino hit movie, "Kill Bill." But as the years progressed, so did her roles, until she was co-starring in movies like "Fast & Furious 6," in which she has two pretty cool fight scenes with Michelle Rodriguez.
This American pro swimmer is a 3-time gold medalist and former member of the U.S. Olympic team. She’s got nearly 15,000 followers on her Twitter page, where she’s recently been posting pictures of her marriage to her new husband, Jake.
She also has her own website, chloesutton.com, where she blogs about swimming tips and techniques, as well as current events and experiences, including what she’s doing to help people in her community, like the swim camp she operates for children. So, yeah — beautiful? Check. Talented? Check. Sharing her knowledge to the world? Check. Helping out future generations? Check. Completely owning our hearts? Check, check, check!
This Canadian pro tennis player has been called one of the best-looking women in the sport, period. And you would have to be completely blind to not understand why. This incredible woman became the 2012 Junior Wimbledon Champion. In fact, 2012 was a great year for her, considering she won plenty of doubles and singles matches, not to mention winning her first $50,000 prize at the ITF Challenger.
In 2015, she was forced to withdraw from the U.S. Opens after she slipped and hit her head, which caused a concussion that she later sued the Tennis Association for. Take care, Eugenie.