We’ve made a list of all the most stunning female athletes from around the world. These women compete in sports such as golf, tennis, and even mixed martial arts. However, there are sports journalists on this list who work for news organizations from all over the globe. We’ve put together a little bit about each woman for this list, but each page has one thing you should know. Sometimes it’s a personal detail, and other times it’s a bizarre fact about their career. In any case, you should read what we’ve discovered about these women. Have fun!
Diletta Leotta – Sideline Reporter
She has earned a fortune as an event as well as a show host. Her primary career path has been in soccer, and she has hosted the Miss Italia contest and a music festival. She began her career trying to cover Serie B, Italy’s second division, for Sky Sports, but has since progressed to covering the top league, Serie A. Daniele Scardina, an Italian professional boxer, is her boyfriend. The pair has been seen cuddling up in wonderful, warm locations on each other’s social networks.
Paige Spiranac – Golfer
Paige Spiranac attended the University of Arizona and San Diego State University before playing professionally in 2015. Spiranac played professional golf for only two seasons, one of which was on the LPGA Tour. She now models and also has a massive Instagram following of over 2.5 million followers. She once lost strokes in a tournament in Dubai because she’s too preoccupied with her phone to concentrate on the hole. As a direct consequence, she was unable to advance through the first round.
Blair O’Neal – Golfer
Blair O’Neal is no longer a golfer, but she made the most of her brief career. She made her professional golf debut in the Dominican Republic as part of the Golf Channel’s “The Big Break” tournament. This publicity, combined with her beautiful genes, led to a slew of sponsorship deals and a modeling and television career. While six months pregnant, she once made it into the top ten of a professional tournament!
Nikki And Brie Bella – WWE Wrestlers
For the past ten years, Nikki and Brie Bella have wowed WWE fans across the country. Each sister managed to hold the WWE Divas Championship during that time, with Nikki holding the record for the longest time in power with the title. Both twin girls are now retired, and the WWE Hall of Fame will induct them in 2020.
Lauren Sesselmann – Soccer Player
Lauren Sesselmann was brought up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and attended Purdue University for her college soccer career. Her father was the one who got her Canadian citizenship. She utilized her new citizenship to get into the Canadian National Team, despite the fact that a call-up to the loaded United States team was unlikely. She won a bronze medal with Canada at the 2012 Olympics and competed in the 2015 Women’s World Cup for the country.
Melanie Collins – Sports & Entertainment Host
Melanie Collins characterizes herself as a “sports and entertainment host” and “one of national television’s youngest and freshest faces.” She is generally a co-host on the Golf Channel’s Big Break and a contributor to CBS’s The Insider. Her previous experience includes Yahoo! Sports, the Big 10 Network, and even E! News Now.
Anastasia Ashley – Professional Surfer
At the age of five, Anastasia Ashley grabbed a surfboard for the first time. Her career has taken off from there, with her winning her first competition at the age of six and able to earn her first endorsement deals at the age of seven. Ashley was shredding barrels, or whatever surfers call it, while you and I were playing hopscotch or jumping rope. Ashley has managed to win every major surfing competition, such as the National Scholastic Surfing Association and the Professional Surfing Tour Championship.
Allison Stokke – Pole-Vaulter
The expert pole-vaulting scene isn’t well-known in the world of sports, but that happened to change when Allison Stokke’s picture made headlines while she was still in high school. She began a professional career after having to compete at the University of California, Berkeley. She works as a model for the athletic wear brands Athleta as well as Nike when she’s not pole vaulting.
Cheyenne Woods – Golfer
Cheyenne Woods is an LPGA golfer who has built a reputation for herself despite having a famous relative. Tiger Woods is, in fact, her uncle. Despite the fact that she lacks her uncle’s worldwide fame and success, she has a successful career.
Molly Qerim Rose – Host, First Take
Molly Qerim Rose is a fantastic ESPN host. You’ve probably seen her on ESPN’s First Take and SportsCenter, as well as a number of other sports-related shows. Hardly anything compares to Qerim’s time at First Take, where she covered the Super Bowl, college football, MLB, and NBA All-Star Games.
Whitney Miller – Professional Surfer
Whitney Miller has become an athlete since she was a child. She did grow up running track as well as playing soccer. She eventually discovered wake surfing, which she now competes in a professional manner. She also faces competition in MMA and jiu-jitsu. She is a fitness model and a CrossFit athlete in her spare time. Is there anything this woman can’t accomplish?
Joy Taylor – Co-Host, The Herd With Colin Cowherd
Joy Taylor is presently starring alongside Colin Cowherd on Fox Sports Radio’s The Herd with Colin Cowherd, which is also broadcast on FS1. She previously hosted and moderated the debate show Skip and Shannon: Undisputed, which featured Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe.
Jaqueline Carvalho – Olympic Volleyballer
This lovely and accomplished woman was brought up on the beach volleyball scene in Recife, Brazil, and has managed to help Brazil overtake the Olympic Women’s Volleyball scene. Carvalho won back-to-back Olympic gold medals for her native Brazil in 2008 and 2012. She stopped competing internationally in 2018, but she continues to play professionally in Brazil.
Arianny Celeste – Ring Girl, UFC
Arianny Celeste is set to star as a UFC ring girl. She also co-hosts the television show Overhaulin, which you can see her on. Celeste actually started her ring girl profession in 2006, and in the same year, she was given the name 2006 by Fighter’s Only Magazine.
Kristine Leahy – Host & Newswoman
Kristine Leahy is a former host as well as reporter for Fox Sports 1’s The Herd with Colin Cowherd simulcast. In a question and answer session with “celebrity dad” LaVar Ball, Leahy made the headlines. Her coworkers praised her for handling herself so well in the face of such a challenging interviewee. Her previous work as a host for NBC’s American Ninja Warrior is perhaps her most well-known accomplishment.
Alex Morgan – Olympic Soccer Player
Alex Morgan is by far one of the world’s best woman soccer players, and also one of the most attractive. Morgan has become a key member of the US Women’s National Team for over a decade, scoring over 100 goals for her nation. Morgan, a native of California, is now a member of the Orlando Pride of the NWSL.
Aly Raisman – Olympic Gymnast
Aly Raisman is regarded as one of the best gymnasts of her era. In both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics, Raisman won gold medals. Because of her longevity, she became only the second American to win back-to-back gold medals in the team competition. She has six Olympic medals, making her the second-most decorated American gymnast in history.
Brittney Palmer – Ring Girl, UFC
It’s reasonable to conclude that ring girls are only concerned with their appearance, but that is not the case with Brittney Palmer. Sure, she’s an astonishingly attractive woman, but she’s also an accomplished artist whose work has been displayed in galleries in Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Hong Kong, and Milan. She’s indeed pretty amazing.
Paige VanZant – MMA Fighter
Paige VanZant enjoys punching and being punched in the face. She is so passionate about it that she decided to leave the UFC to compete in the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, where she can throw more punches. But she isn’t just a fighter. She’s showed up on shows like Dancing with the Stars and Chopped to show off her more laid-back side. We wouldn’t mess with her, though.
Michelle Jenneke – Olympic Hurdler
Michelle Jenneke’s viral warm-up dance just before the race in 2012 eventually took over social media. Jenneke, a hurdler, performs a pre-race warm-up routine that includes a big smile and a lot of hip-shaking. Jenneke was never at the top of her profession, so she’s unlikely to have accomplished the fame she has without the routine. She qualified for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro but came in 37th place.
Rosalyn Gold-Onwude – NBA, Sideline Reporter
Rosalyn Gold-Owunde is a regular on ESPN’s NBA sidelines and sometimes even fills in as a host on the network’s “First Take.” She recently joined 35 Venture, which is run by Kevin Durant and Rich Kleiman, as being one of the face images of “The Boardroom.”
Erin Andrews – NFL, Sideline Reporter
Erin Andrews is the face of sideline reporting in the United States, having covered all of the big sporting events. While trying to work on College Gameday, she was thrust into the public eye. She currently hosts ABC’s Dancing With the Stars and contributes to Fox’s NFL coverage as a sideline reporter.
Maria Taylor – ESPN Personality
Taylor worked for several years at her local university, the University of Georgia, on their in-house sports shows after she graduated. Taylor moved to ESPN in 2013 to work as a sideline reporter for Saturday Night Football. She had also labored on every ESPN College Football program produced by the network as well as added NBA Countdown to her curriculum vitae in 2019.
Jenny Dell – NFL, Sideline Reporter
Jenny Dell is a New England sports fan’s dream come true. Dell works exclusively for CBS Sports as an NFL reporter, but she previously covered the Boston Red Sox for NESN. That job as a Red Sox reporter changed her life forever, as she met and married former Red Sox first baseman Will Middlebrooks.
Lindsey Vonn – Olympic Skier
Lindsey Vonn is the most adorned female in World Cup skiing history, with a trophy case brimming with medals. Nonetheless, she’s still thinking about the medals she didn’t win at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Vonn did miss a lot of time due to an injury, which happens to many other athletes at a certain point in their careers. Vonn’s injury, regrettably, cost her the opportunity to defend her Olympic gold medal.
Anna Kournikova – Tennis Player
Despite the fact that Anna Kournikova took early retirement, she had a long and successful career. Kournikova was a teen prodigy who made her WTA Tour debut at the age of 14. Her back problems forced her to retire at the age of 21. While she was never the best tennis player in the world, she was among the most popular Google searches when she was at her peak.
Maria Sharapova – Tennis Player
This next stunner definitely needs no introduction as we are quite certain that Maria Sharapova is a global household name, right? Well for those who don’t, we’ll give you a brief rundown. Maria Sharapova is a Russian former tennis player who took the world by storm, not only because of her incredible skill but also because of her breathtaking good looks. Sadly, Sharapova decided to take early retirement, and at 33 years old with 36 career titles, it seemed as though she had other plans in her life.
Hope Solo – Soccer Player
Although Hope Solo already retired from being a professional athlete, she is still regarded as one of the most beautiful soccer stars. Solo is a phenomenal goalkeeper for the US team and also became victorious as a World Cup Soccer champion. The two-time Olympic gold medalist is a major icon within America. Solo also appeared on Dancing With The Stars and has featured on many magazine covers too.
Gretchen Bleiler – Olympic Snowboarder
Not only is she one of the most successful snowboarders of all time, but Gretchen Bleiler is also considered to be one of the most beautiful female athletes in the world. She is a former professional halfpipe snowboarder who also managed to take home a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics. The 39-year-old lives with her husband in Colorado.
Bree Kleintop – Surfer
Bree Kleintop is a professional surfer turned model and is absolutely gorgeous. Although she grew up on the East Coast, Kleintop decided to relocate to California where she could pursue her suffering dream, she eventually landed a sponsorship deal with O’Neill. However, after just a few years, Bree’s career shifted quite a bit when she featured in Surfing Magazine’s Swimsuit Issue. Even though she a top-performing surfer, she now tends to focus a lot more on modeelling.
Hilary Knight – Ice Hockey Player
Hilary Knight is an American ice hockey player who has played for the United States women’s national team. The stunning 31-year-old began her international career when she was just a teenager. Knight participated in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver where she won a silver medal, the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi where she earned another silver medal, and the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang where she took home a gold medal.
Sydney Leroux – Soccer Player
The stunningly beautiful Sydney Leroux was the youngest player on the 2012 USA Olympic team, where they earned a gold medal. Leroux was also considered to be one of the most attractive players on the team as well. Today, the 30-year-old soccer icon still plays the sport in the National Women’s Soccer League. Sydney Leroux is married and is a mom of two adorable kids. Another fun fact is that she has over 15 tattoos.
Gracie Gold- Figure Skater
There is so much more than just this pretty face. And with a name like Gracie Gold, it seems as though she was born to be a star. Gracie Gold is an American figure skater who began skating when she was just 8 years old. Today, the 25-year-old beauty has achieved a lot of success in her life, including the 2014 National Champion, and she earned a bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Gold was also named a face of CoverGirl and appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Tiffany Suarez – Basketball Player
In recent times basketball player Tiffany Suarez has been named “the hottest woman in basketball”. And we can certainly see why…not only has she made a fantastic name for herself in the sporting world but she is truly stunning. Suarez began her basketball career at the University of Virginia, but she transferred to Fordham University in 2015 to play basketball there. Now that she has graduated college so many fans are waiting to see what her next move will be…
Mattie Rogers – USA Weightlifter
In actual fact, Mattie Rogers first gained major popularity for her viral video where she dropped a heavy barbell that crashed through a window while she was training. However, as much time has since passed she has earned a lot more fans through her amazing skill and of course her beautiful good looks. Rogers began weightlifting in 2013 and now competes on Team USA Weightlifting. Although she just missed nailing a spot in the upcoming Olympics, she has competed at the 2015 World Weightlifting Championships.
Michelle Waterson – Mixed Martial Artist
Michelle Waterson is an American mixed martial artist who has also recently become a model. Waterson was ranked No. 1 women’s atomweight fighter in the world between 2013 and 2014. For the past 5 years, she has been competing in the UFC Championships but she has also been on other television shows. Waterson is definitely a woman who not only has strength but beautiful looks too.
Natalie Gulbis – Golfer
Although Natalie Gulbis may not be the most successful athlete in the sports world, she is definitely one of the most well-known female golfers in the golfing world. The 38-year-old American professional golfer currently plays on the U.S based LPGA Tour. Many people all over the world definitely agree that Gulbis is absolutely gorgeous. This golfing goddess even appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Although she may retire from the sport soon, she has many other business ventures lined up.
Chloe Kim – Olympic Snowboarder
Chloe Kim is considered to be a phenomenon in the world of snowboarding. The young female sports star has overshadowed many headlines after she became the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding gold medal for the US national team during the 2018 Winter Olympics. And it seems pretty obvious that this stunning beauty has many more successful years ahead of her. She is only 20 years old and has achieved a lot so far.
Taylor Pischke – Olympic Volleyball Player
It has been said by so many so far, Canadian volleyball superstar, Taylor Pischke was born to play sports. Pischke began playing volleyball when she was in college and today the 27-year-old stunner has won 7 Canadian national titles (4 indoor volleyball and 3 beach volleyball). She has been a rising star for quite some time now and definitely has the ability to achieve a lot more within her career. In 2012, Pischke appeared in Sportnet magazine and was also an advocate of the Dove Campaign “My Beauty, My Say”.
Camilla Giorgia – Tennis Player
Italian-born professional tennis player, Camilla George made her senior international tournament debut in 2006 at the ITF Women’s Circuit. Just a few years later she made her Wimbledon debut. And Giorgia became Italy’s first 2018 Grand Slam Titler. Don’t let this blonde beauty fool you, Camilla Giorgia is known to have quite an aggressive and powerful style while playing tennis. Many have also said that the 29-year-old has the ability to win against some of the best tennis players out there. Watch and see how she’ll blossom!
Jennie Finch – Olympic Softball & Baseball Player
The next beauty on our list is Jennie Finch. Finch led the US team to victory in Athens at the 2004 Summer Olympics, and in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, her team earned a silver medal. However, over the many years of her career, Finch has played in numerous other tournaments. which is how she earned her position as one of the most prestigious in US softball. In addition to his passion for sports, Finch is also active as an entertainer. In case you’re wondering where else you may have seen this beautiful face, well she also appeared on Real Housewives in Orange County.