The List of Top 10 Hot Young Women Champions:
Ellen van Dijk
Ellen van Dijk born on Feb. 1987 is a Dutch professional cyclist and rides for Boels Dolmans Cycling Team. She cycles on roads as well as on tracks. She has a marvelous record in her career and she is four time world champion at a very young age. She is known as time trail specialist. She won her first world title in 2008 and became the Road world Champion in 2012 and 2013,
She started her sporting career as a speed skater. As a part of skating she also did cycling and excelled in both fields due to her dedication and professional attitude but after some time she quit skating and continue as a full time cyclist and one of the hot young women champions.
Sasha Cohen was born on 26th Oct 1984. She is a figure skater of United States. She is three time world champion and won silver medal in 2006 Olympics and also won Grand Prix Final Championship in 2003 and US championship in 2006. Her best season was when she won gold medal at Skate America in 2003 and at Skate Canada 2003 and listed among the hot young women champions.
Yael Friedman Averbuch was born on 3rd Nov, 1986 in New York, United States Of America. She represented her country many times as a soccer player. Her playing position was midfield and she was named and awarded National player of the year by soccer buzz and Top Drawer Soccer. She played for Kopparberg FC in Damallsvensen and due to her fantastic skills in games; she was selected for National Soccer Team of United States. She represented her homeland on every level and regarded as one of the most hardworking sports professionals and hot young women champions.
Liz Heaston was born on 1977 in Washington, United States of America. She was a soccer player and represented her country many time on several occasions at every level. She played women soccer for Willamette. Her skills in the game and her achievements are widely noted and acknowledged by a number of experts all around the globe.
Candace Parker was born on Apr. 19, 1986. She is a basketball star of America and played for Los Angeles state. She is the youngest sister of one the biggest star of NBA Anthony Parker. She is the first woman to dunk in an NCAA tournament game and not only that she is also the first woman to dunk twice in a college game. Her consistent performance and great attitude towards the game made her one of the finest star America has ever produced in basketball. The whole world acknowledged her game and awarded her with many titles. She is also under the list of hot young women Champions.
Angela Ruggiero was born on 3rd JAN, 1980 and was an American ice hockey defender. She represented her country on several occasion and did wonders for her homeland. Her perfection in game was tremendous. The whole world acknowledged her game and talent and awarded her with many titles. She is now a member of International Olympic Committee and an iconic inspiration of all girls who are willing to be an ice hockey star in future.
Joanna Zeiger was born on May 4 1970. She was an American tri-athlete and was an amazing personality with a tough body and mind. Her hard work in game was the reason that she touched a very high mark in her career. Her dedication with her game cannot be put into words.
Irena Szewińska was a retired sprinter of Poland, and one of the youngest female who ranked very high at a very younger age. Due to her brilliant game, she got a very large fan following in the very early days of her career.
Keena Rothhammer was born on Feb 26, 1957 is a former American swimmer and represented her country on several occasions. She is also an Olympic champion and former world record holder. She started swimming at a very young age. She represented United States at an age of 15 at 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich Germany where she won the Gold Medal and also set a new record .She was inducted into the International Swimming Hall Of Fame as an Honor swimmer in 1991.
Bobbie Rosenfeld, born on 28th November 1904 was a Canadian athlete who represented her country on several occasions. She won a gold medal for 400 meter relay and a silver medal for 100 meter in summer Olympics 1928. She was rated very high among all Canadian athletes due to her professional attitude she was called the “Best Canadian female athlete of half century”.