Legendary female Danish tennis player, Caroline Wozniacki, is considered one of the best in the world at her sport. She retired in late 2019 after winning many titles and being ranked number-one in 2010. Wozniacki has earned over $34 million through her Tennis winnings and has beaten many records, as well as glass ceilings.
Wozniacki comes from a background of professional sports, with her father being her primary coach since the age of fourteen. By age twenty-one, the accomplished tennis player was already the second-highest-earning female athlete in the world. You can see Wozniacki posing on the red carpet and showing the world just how to fit she is. The legs and arms are super built and lend to her already beautiful face and dress.
In case you haven’t heard of the Russian femme fatale, Anastasia Yankova, this beautiful flyweight mixed martial artist, is considered one of the best female fighters in the world. Yankova claims that her initial inspiration was from the popular TV show "Xena: Warrior Princess." She’s both gorgeous and dangerous and could easily pass as a Bond girl, or perhaps even as an MI6 agent herself. She’s a Kyokushin Karate expert and started out at the young age of six.
After mastering Kyokushin Karate, Anastasia Yankova also adapted formal Muay Tahi training into her repertoire of dangerous skills. Despite looking like a beautiful model, she routinely bashes skulls and impresses the judges at MMA competitions. Her beautiful looks, small figure, and killer instincts make her one lady you don’t want to mess with.
Serena Williams is the most talked-about female athlete in the world right now. She's one of the best female tennis players of all time and has amassed a whopping 23 major singles title win, more than any man or woman in the Open Era. Williams has broken many, many records throughout her career and made over $90 million as a tennis player, making her one of the highest-earning female athletes of all time.
Serena Williams has been mired in various controversies in her career. She claims that most of them were due to her race and gender. Williams has also been the focus of many dramas and public debates due to her extremely vocal nature and critical view of the women’s tennis association. Luckily, we can easily forget that just by looking at her beauty. At 5 foot 9, Williams could have easily been one of the world’s most successful models.
At six foot three inches tall, Candace Parker might have a tough time picking her romantic partner outside of professional basketball stars. Luckily for her, she happens to be one as well and competes in the WNBA for the successful Los Angeles Sparks. She’s an extremely dominant player and is widely considered as one of the United States’ best female ballplayers of all time. Her list of accomplishments is very long, and so is her figure.
Candace Parker is best known for being the first woman to dunk in a tournament game for the NCAA. After a successful period playing at the University of Tennessee, she went on to win two Olympic gold medals and two MVP awards in the WNBA. You might recall her brother, Anthony Parker, who’s also a successful basketball player in his own right.
Kelly Clark is one of America's most popular snowboarders. She won a gold medal in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics for Halfpipe and proceeded to win Bronze in 2010 and 2014. She's a devoted Christian, often riding a snowboard with a sticker that says, "Jesus, I cannot hide my love." In 2015, Clark was awarded the Best Female Action Sports Athlete ESPY Award after winning Gold in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 Winter X Games Superpipe competitions.
Kelly Clark announced her retirement from snowboarding in early 2019 but continues to be widely known for her legendary status in videos and articles, such as Burton's fantastic "Rise: 20 Years of Kelly Clark". She is very happy with her career choice and looks back at it fondly: “After 20 years, nearly 200 events, 137 podiums, 78 wins, and more pipe laps than I can count, I feel that at last, I’ve found my own personal ceiling, and it’s time to let others stand on it.”