For those who have never watched a women’s soccer match in the United States, Hope is essentially the face of the sport. One of the best goalies in the world, Solo has participated in a number of important tournaments throughout the world, including the Olympics, where she has qualified three times and won two gold medals.
Additionally, she participated in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2007, 2008, and 2011, when she earned her 100th cap, becoming only the second goaltender in history to do so. She has been in a variety of publications and TV programs, such as “Piers Morgan Tonight,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” and “Dancing with the Stars.”
Hilary Knight spends most of her time body checking people into walls on the ice, but if you didn’t know who she was and you saw her in a restaurant, you probably wouldn’t know it. Why? She is so awesome in part because of her wonderful, kind grin, which doesn’t scream “I could surely hurt you,” but she totally could.
That and the eight gold medals she’s obtained throughout the years, one of which she received at the 2018 Winter Olympics after scoring the first goal for the team. The IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s Championships hosted the other seven.
Caroline Wozniacki, a professional tennis player from Denmark, two-handed and backhanded her way to the top singles player in the world. She finished second to Serena Williams in the 2014 US Open and has 30 Women’s Tennis Association singles championships to her credit. Although she and Williams have a long-standing friendly competition off the court, they are actually close friends.
She clearly prefers to date athletic men, based on her relationship history. She spent two years (2011–2014) dating Irish professional golfer Rory Mcllroy before moving on to NBA champion David Lee.
Gina Carano is well-known in the MMA community. She has engaged in major rivalry with other well-known figures in the industry, like Ronda Rousey and The Cyborg. But because to her various acting jobs throughout the years, even people who are not MMA fans may be familiar with her.
She began making cinematic appearances as an extra in “Kill Bill,” a 2003 smash directed by Quentin Tarantino. However, as the years passed, so did her roles, and eventually she was a co-star in films like “Fast & Furious 6,” where she and Michelle Rodriguez had two fairly fantastic fight sequences.
The former American Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney. You read that correctly; She was a part of the successful “Fierce Five” squad from the 2012 London Olympics, which you might recall. Or you might recall her from the recent internet meme that went viral and showed her getting her silver medal while wearing a dejected look.
The “McKayla is not impressed” meme was created and is still used sometimes in appropriate situations. In 2012, she tried her hand at acting as well. She had a 6-episode recurring part on the CW’s primetime drama “Hart of Dixie.”