30 Women Who Dominate Their Sport


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Women around the world are doing incredible things in sports. From the tennis court to the UFC octagon, these 30 female athletes are absolutely dominating the competition. They’re bringing blazing speed, impressive power, muscular strength, and all-around athleticism to get them to the top.
Along with their winning talent, these women are sure to inspire future generations of female athletes. Check out the fiery females who top this list for some serious gym goals or just admire these talented athletes at the top of their game.

1. Miesha Tate, MMA

Mixed martial artist Miesha Tate is one of the hottest fighters in the UFC. We mean that as literally as we do figuratively, because this pretty face packs a mean punch and is one of the deadliest submission artists in the sport
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Tate has been handed a few Ls in her time. One of those losses (against Ronda Rousey in 2012) was still such a good fight that UFC president Dana White credited it as one of the driving forces behind the creation of a women’s division – that’s just plain impressive.
Her nickname may be “Cupcake,” but do you really want to risk calling her that?

2. Caroline Wozniacki, Tennis
Standing amongst the top names and talents in women’s tennis is Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark. Since joining the exclusive club of women to reach the No. 1 rank in the world in 2010, Wozniacki has remained one of the elite players in the game, as shown by her 2018 Australian Open victory.



Wozniacki continues to climb the ranks of career earnings with a purse that appears to be perpetually growing at an exponential rate. Wozniacki has already surpassed the $30 million mark, establishing herself as the fourth highest earner of all time. It will be a long time before we see someone supplant Wozniacki’s Top-10 rank.

3. Lolo Jones, Track / Bobsled

Why crush competition in just one sport when you have the talent to destroy opponents in other sports too? Lolo Jones did exactly that by competing as an Olympic hurdler and bobsledder. Two Olympic events. Two separate Games. Two totally different worlds.
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Jones didn’t just participate in these polar opposite fields, her talents took her to the top of both fields. Jones competed in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics in the hurdles and joined a select few athletes who have competed in both the Summer and Winter Games with her appearance at the 2014 Winter Olympics for bobsled

4. Alex Morgan, Soccer

For over two decades, the United States women’s national team has flaunted one of the most talented rosters in the world. Alex Morgan is one of the key reasons why the women’s soccer national team has maintained such a high level of success

While Morgan has played for five professional teams, she has also represented the women’s national team since 2010. In that time, she has helped Team USA take home an Olympic gold (2012) and a World Cup gold (2015) and silver (2011).
Morgan was the first woman featured on the cover of the wildly popular FIFA video game series in 2015

5. Ronda Rousey, MMA

There are no ifs, ands or buts about it, Ronda Rousey’s overwhelming success in the MMA – particularly her time in the UFC – has absolutely been the biggest influence in the explosion of popularity for women’s MMA. She’s dripping in swag

Remaining undefeated until her final to fights to finish with a 12-2 record in December 2016, Rousey may have recently retired, but she remains one of the most recognizable faces (male or female) in MMA.
Rousey has since signed with WWE where she looks to keep throwing down in the ring after crushing it in the octagon

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