In this three part series of Successful, Inspiriting and Attractive Female Athletes Part 2 , the team will showcase the next top 10 female athletes in their individual sports of Figure Skating, Golf, Field Hockey, Ice Hockey, Formula 1, Nascar, Rock Climbing and Surfing.
Attractive Female Athletes fame, fortunes, trials and tribulations
We take a look at the next top 10 most attractive female athletes, once again they have been placed in alphabetical order in their respective sports, not in order of successes nor beauty.
Figure Skater Kiira Korpi
Kiira Korpi is a Finnish professional figure skater, a five time Finnish National Champion in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015, a three time European medallist, bronze medallist in 2007 and 2011 and a silver medallist in 2012.
Two time Grand Prix winner the Trophée Eric Bompard Champion in 2010, the Rostelecom Cup Champion in 2012 and a two time Cup of China medallist and the Grand Prix Finalist 2012.
As she modestly quotes on her official website “Turns out I never became the world champion in figure skating. And that’s ok. My journey as a competitive skater that lasted over 20 years was full of different experiences, emotions, places and people that I feel very grateful to have encountered”.
Especially the challenges and difficult times that I faced throughout my career turned out to be the most valuable experiences and created space for something new and beautiful to emerge.”
Attractive female athletes like Kiira is a true an inspiration any top female athletes and to all of us, whether you’re a figure skater or love the arts dance or ballet? One thing that goes hand in hand is this beautiful ladies grace, style and athleticism is everything we love about figure skating.
Figure Skater Yuna Kim
Yuna Kim is a South Korean professional figure skater, she began figure skating at the of age 5 and started to draw attention nationally as the youngest Korea skater to complete the 5 different triple jumps at the age of 11.
Yuna became a member of the Korean national team winning several ISU Junior Grand Prix competitions during 2004 to 2006 and the 2006 Junior World Figure Skating Championships.
After making her senior international debut in 2006, Yuna Kim came to fame when she claimed two gold medals in a row at the 2006-2007 and 2007-2008 Grand Prix Finals.
She moved to Toronto in 2007 to start training but soon after struggle with related injuries she still scored gold medals at Grand Prix Final, ISU Four Continents Championships and ISU World Championships during 2007 to 2009.
Yuna topped her own world record short program with 76.12 points and won with an overall score of 207.71 points a new world record at the 2009 ISU World Championships.
She is the first female figure skater to achieve a grand slam under the current ISU judging system, broke the world record 11 times, eight of which being records she herself set a feat that no one has been able to accomplish, reinforcing her status as one of the greatest figure skaters of all time, with out abut doubt way she in listed in the most successful, inspiring and attractive female athletes.
Yuna Kim is among the other attractive female athletes that also contributed to society through many charitable activities. An inspiration to many including other highest paid female athlete by donating a 100milion won to help relief efforts in Haiti.
She is UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and participates in the UN’s annual International Day of Peace Celebration.
Yuna is also constantly performing at charities, donating her prize money as well as profits from her events in support of young figure skaters scholarships.
Golfer Beatriz Recari
Beatriz Recari was born and raised in Pamplona in northern Spain, she began playing golf at the age 9 enjoying a successful amateur years, while studying economics at the University of Navarra in Pamplona, she also qualified for the Ladies European Tour in November 2005.
Beatriz turned professional golfer in 2005 and played 4 years on LET before earning her 2010 LPGA card. While she continuing her passion as a professional golfer, she also completed her education in spring of 2006. She became the second Spanish player to win on the LPGA tour and the only amateur golfer to win in 2010 season.
Her on course success has been sensational, however whiles in the golfing spotlight unlike other talented female athletes with lucrative modelling carers she has refused to pose in any of the top men’s magazine, she even turned down offers to pose as a swimsuit model in the renowned sports magazine “Sports Illustrated,” the only modelling to date has purely been for her promotional and marketing purposes and/or golf related, as a result she totally has focus on her passion to play professional golf.
Beatriz has had four professional victories, in 2009 Finnair Masters (LET), in 2010 CVS/Pharmacy Challenge (LPGA), the 2013 KIA Classic (LPGA) and 2013 Marathon Classic (LPGA) and a team member of the historical 2013 European Solheim Cup, including a member of the Spain’s team victory at the inaugural International Crown 2014.
In the midst of all her trials, tribulations and successes Beatriz struggled with a eating disorder very early in her professional years. Proudly she went public with her struggle at the 2011 RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup when she donated her winnings to The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness. Subsequently Beatriz Recari was named the “Ambassador” of The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness in 2013.
Beatriz Recari is a true inspiration to all young attractive female athletes to endure their sport passion and more so to females or models that have a eating disorder it can effect even the best female athlete in sports.
Golfer Paige Spiranac
Paige Spiranac is a professional golfer, she also a former competitive gymnast, who spent time at the Karolyi Ranch in Huntsville, Texas.
She comes from a very athletic family, her father Dan Spiranac played on the University of Pittsburgh’s national championship team in 1976, while her mother Annette Spiranac was a professional ballet dancer, her sister Lexie Spiranac also competed in track and field, and rowing at Stanford University.
Paige later graduated from San Diego State University (SDSU) where she was a top golfer, her college team won the Mountain West Conference Golf Championship; she was controversially invited to play against the world’s biggest stars in Dubai Ladies Masters.
She become a social media celebrity when she started her Instagram back in May 2015, dubbed the “hottest female athlete on earth” because of her selfies, however she has been heavenly criticised for these posts. Paige is on of those extremely attractive female athletes and cover girl who has as much right and the next person to post what she feels right!
So the team at iPLAY® started following her to witness first hand what all this hype was about?
We have reviewed all of her photos, we truthfully cannot understand whatsoever what all the commotion, negative comments are about? There is many other instagram accounts that have far more explicit selfies.
If anything she should be credited for the huge social interest as a internet celebrity sensation, she alone has 684k instagram followers, but most of all she should be applauded for her motivation and drive to compete against some of the top women professionals in golf.
Paige seem to be far more comfortable with her social media celebrity status. She dismisses the negative comments she receives on her Instagram posts as childish.
She has becoming more accustomed to public speaking, a self proclaimed fitness obsession with her eyes set on earning her spot on the LPGA Tour card alongside the best female golfers and the highest paid female athletes in the world.
Field Hockey Player Ellen Hoog
Ellen Hoog is a professional field hockey player, Olympic medallist winning 2 gold medals as a member of the Netherlands Women’s National field hockey team, when not playing for the Dutch National Team, she trains and plays for her club: Amsterdamsche Hockey & Bandy Club (AH&BC) in Amstelveen.
Ellen started playing field hockey from the age of 7 at SCHC in Bilthoven, she made her debut in the Dutch National Team in 2004 at the age 17, this was during the Champions Trophy in Rosario, Argentina, she had played 150 international matches and scored 36 goals.
She became the first player to make a the decider at the major championship match with a penalty shootout, taking the winning shot in the 2012 Summer Olympics semi-final against New Zealand.
Attended Johan Cruyff Institute, University of Amsterdam, during the Olympic year in 2012 Ellen wrote columns for the Dutch newspaper Metro and an internship at Sports Glossy “Helden” Magazine.
Ellen Hoog remarkable achievements are; two times Olympic Gold Medallist in Beijing 2008 and in London 2012, two times World Champion in Madrid 2006 and in Den Haag 2014, including the World Cup Best Player 2014, a three times European Champion in Dublin 2005, in Amstelveen 2009 and Monchengladbach 2011, two times Dutch National Champion with AH&BC in 2009 and 2013, A World Hockey League Champion in Tucumán, Argentina 2013, the Nominee for Worldwide Talent of the year in 2005 and 2008, plus the Nominee for Best Player of the World 2013 and finally the Best Player of the World 2014.
After the Olympics she started writing a fashion blog for www.stylediscount.nl. Besides writing she attends hockey clinics throughout the country, including being a motivational spokeswoman at various events speaking about the difficult journey to Gold, dealing with professional and personal setbacks, striving to achieve her goals, and speaking on behalf of other groups.
Not only has Ellen Hoog had a very successful sporting career in field hockey, she has also been a true inspiration to many young female athletes in sports, and without any doubt Ellen is one of the world’s most attractive female athletes.
Ice Hockey Player Hilary Knight
Hilary Knight is a professional ice hockey player currently a forward and member of the US Women’s National Ice Hockey team and the Boston Pride of the National Women’s Hockey League.
She grew up in a skiing household with parents Cynthia and James Knight started skiing at the very early age of 2.
Her cousin Chip Knight was a 3 time Olympic Skier, her mother Cynthia got the idea from her tennis partner for Hilary start playing ice hockey, and in return her tennis partner husband helped teach them how to skate.
Hilary Olympic Silver Medallist for the USA helped the team achieve a silver medal at Vancouver Olympics in 2010. USA Team received 3 gold medals and 2 silvers in IIHF World Championship Competitions, four times World Champion and three times All American in the Sport of Women’s Ice Hockey and MVP of the Canadian Women’s Professional Hockey League.
She has competed for the Wisconsin Badgers for 4 years between 2007 and 2012. Hilary led the team to 4 Frozen Four NCAA Championship, winning 2 of them.
Hilary is amongst the top 10 attractive female athletes – she appeared naked for ESPN: Body Issue Magazine in 2014.
Race Car Driver Carmen Jordá
Carmen Jordá is a Development Driver for Lotus F1 Team in the 2015. She been in the racing scene for best part of last 10 years but has never won any significant event.
Her father, now an ex-driver Jose Miguel Jordá was her role model a very early age comes at no surprise Carmen has passion and drive for motor racing.
Carmen first contact with professional competition was at the age of 12 during the Valencian Community’s Championship in 2001; Carmen accomplishes third position in the Championship and one year later, seventh in the Spanish National Championship. After four years whilst living in the United Kingdom, competing in pro-karting, she began competing in the European Formula 3 Open series category and achieved three podium finishes and finished 4th in her second year.
She then moved to the United States to compete in the American Indy Lights Championship for the Andersen Racing 1 Team, now currently resides in either Valencia, Spain or Miami, Florida United States.
Carmen got the opportunity to sign with the Ocean Racing Technology team in the F1 feeder category GP3 Series early 2012 and the decision to move back to Europe to became the first women to maintain this level for 3 years in a row.
She also attended the Grands Prix and Formula 1 tests throughout 2015 for Lotus F1 Team as well as undergoing a significant simulator programme at the team’s base in Enstone, driving the E23 Hybrid on track during the course of 2015.
Carmen is not only intelligent and attractive, she is incredibly determined with her strong beliefs women also have their place in motorsports just as any other sports, she is also amongst the world’s most attractive female athletes and hottest female athletes, she is a true inspiration for all young female athletes competing for a professional place in motorsports.
Race Car Driver Danica Patrick
Danica Patrick is a professional race car driver currently competing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, as well as a model and advertising spokeswoman.
She was named the Rookie of the Year for both Indianapolis 500 and IndyCar Series season in 2005. With her win at the Indy Japan 300 in 2008, she became the first woman to win an Indy car race. She placed 3rd at the Indianapolis 500 in 2009, a personal best for her at the track and the highest finish by a woman in the event’s history.
Danica began racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2010, driving the number 7 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet Impala for JR Motorsports part-time, then moved full-time in 2012 NASCAR in the Nationwide Series and part-time for Stewart-Haas Racing in the Sprint Cup Series.
In her first full season of Sprint Cup racing in 2013, Danica made her presence known in the year’s first race. In the 55th running of the Daytona 500, she won the pole by setting the fastest time in qualifying and then finished eighth in the race, the highest finishing position ever for a woman.
She made history again by becoming the first woman to start a Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway, the venue that has hosted NASCAR events since 1949. Patrick delivered a strong 12th-place finish.
Danica placed second in the Rookie of the Year competition and made history by competing in every race on the 2013 timetable. No other woman raced a full Sprint Cup schedule in the more than 60-year history of NASCAR.
She continued to show progress in the ranks of the Sprint Cup in 2014, Danica earned a career best sixth place finish at Atlanta Motor Speedway, which also marked the highest finish by a female driver at the 1.54-mile oval, she completed the season with three top 10 and four top 15 finishes.
Danica is recognisable as one of the most attractive female athletes in the world, she appeared on the cover of ESPN: The Magazine and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue 2008 and 2009. She also appeared in 13 Super Bowl commercials, more than any other celebrity.
Rock Climber Sierra Dominique Blair-Coyle
Sierra Blair-Coyle is a professional rock climber, started competing professionally since the age of 14 becoming a junior competitor and two times National Champion.
She travels the around the world competing as a Member of the US Bouldering Team, she has also been a World Cup Competitor from 2010-2015 and in between competing she also attends Arizona State University on a full ride academic scholarship and modelling in her spare time.
Sierra was the cover girl in College Time issue September 12 -25 2013 article titled Rock Star, the cover girl of Scottsdale Health Magazine issue 05/2014 article titled Girl on the Rocks, online at Sports Illustrated A Day in the Life and Lovely Lady of the Day, plus Mediamax: The Rock Climbing Princess just to name a few of her appearances over the years, She was also voted one of the Top 99 Most Outstanding Women of 2015 by AskMen.
There is no doubt Sierra inspirational and motivating other young girls to climb to their highest dreams whether it be sports or fitness, that you can also still study and compete at the very same time, Sierra Blair-Coyle is distinguish as one of the most hottest female athletes and attractive female athletes in the world today.
Surfer Sally Fitzgibbons
Sally Fitzgibbons is a professional surfer on the Association of Surfing Professionals World Tour 2009 – 2013
Sally grew up in Nowra New South Wales, Australia at the age of 14, her first significant result was winning the ASP Pro Junior open event for female surfers under 21, at age 16 she went on to win the Icon All-Girls Open Event Lennox Head in 2006.
She represented NSW and Australia on many occasions in a number of different sports, including athletics, winning gold at the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, including playing touch football, soccer, and cross country running while attending Kiama High School.
Sally finished 2nd on the ASP World Tour in 2010, 2011, 2012 and World Title contender. Her notable victories includes the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach Australia April 2012, with her back to back wins at Bells; she had taking 4 times world champion Stephanie Gilmore in the finals, later won against Coco Ho in the final at the Billabong Rio Pro in Rio De Janeiro Brazil May 2012, following the Nike US Open of Surfing, TSB Bank Pro New Zealand and the Roxy Pro France.
Sally Fitzgibbons was named Australian Sports Woman of the Year in 2013 at the Women’s Health I Support Women in Sport Awards.
She is the Ambassador for National Youth Week, She is also a supporter of youth awareness and charities namely; the Be the Influence – Surfing Australia Anti Binge Drinking. Play Safe Stay Safe – NSW Police Anti Binge Drinking Smurf Safety – NSW/QLD Surf Lifesaving Summer Safety Play By the Rules – Fairness in Sport and Nev House – International waste recycling and providing housing for the underprivileged.
Sally motivate youth in general – promoting a Healthy Living and Active Lifestyle, she is also one many successfully attractive female athletes.
In our final series part 3 we will be covering Surfing, Snowboarding, Tennis, Track and Field and Volleyball Female Athlete.