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IN Celebrities ON 10 Jul, 2015
Facebook and hot female athletes probably have some sort of a connection with each other. There are many world-famous athletes on Facebook with equally happening Facebook accounts.
If you’re not following them, you should totally ‘like’ their pages right now!
Rice is an Australian swimmer with three Olympic gold medals who has also set the record for the women's 400-meter individual medley. Along with that, she has also won a big number of medals at the World Championships.
Kyle is a Canadian soccer player who won a bronze medal with Team Canada at the 2012 London Olympics. She's gaining rapid popularity because of her sizzling looks.
Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova's amazing looks made her the most famous and hottest tennis player worldwide. Though she never won any singles title, each of her modelling photo shoots went viral as hell.
Lindsey Caroline Vonn is an American World Cup alpine ski racer on the U.S. Ski Team. She has won an Olympic gold medal as well as four World Cup championships. She got some extra fame for dating Tiger Woods.
O'Neal hasn't cracked the LPGA ( Ladies Professional Golf Association), but she's still a pro golfer on the Symetra Tour. She is a great potential model.
Maria Sharapova is a Russian professional tennis player, ranked world no. 4 by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). She has been ranked world No. 1 in singles five times and is also an Olympic medalist. She is equally well known for her sizzling looks.
This American professional surfer and model has surfed on the ASP World Tour (Association of Surfing Professionals), Blanchard is also a designer and model of 'Rip Curl' swimwear, a line of wetsuits specifically designed for surfing. The Hawaiian native has won five major titles in her career and is now a social media legend.
Middle-named Electra, this American big-wave surfer is an occasional fashion and bikini model. She grew up in Hawaii and has won several titles on the surfboard.
She's an Italian long-distance runner who is an equally enthusiast model.
The former American mixed martial artist is also an actress, television personality and fitness model. Her good looks took her to the glamour world.
The Olympic gold medal soccer player holds dual citizenship with Canada and the United States. Dwyer now plays in the NWSL (National Women's Soccer League) in addition to her duties for the team USA.
Darya Igorevna Klishina is a Russian long jumper and model. Klishina holds the Russian Junior Record (RJR) with 7.03 m, the all-time second best junior mark.
World's No. 1 in women's singles tennis player Serena is equally dynamic and beautiful.
Mancuso is an American World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist. She has won four Olympic medals which are the highest ever for a female American alpine skier.
Miesha Theresa Tate is an American mixed martial artist. Majorly known for her grappling ability, she competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Apart from her martial arts career, she has also modelled for numerous websites and magazines, including ESPN The Magazine and Fitness Gurls.
The outside hitter of 'Rabita Baku' (Azerbaijani women's volleyball club), Kim Glass is an American indoor volleyball player. She is 6 ft 3 in (191 cm) tall and a model.
Heather Blaine Mitts Feeley is a three-time Olympic gold medalist and an American former professional soccer defender. She has also been a member of the U.S. women's national soccer team.
April Jeanette "AJ" Mendez-Brooks, better known by her WWE ring name AJ Lee, is an American retired professional wrestler. She also worked as the General Manager of RAW.
Force is a funny car racer. She races in the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) for John Force Racing.
Tanith Jessica Louise Belbin is a Canadian-American ice dancer. She holds dual citizenship, one of the USA and other of Canada and has been competing for the former since she began skating with Benjamin Agosto in 1998. The pair is the 2006 Olympic silver medalist, four-time World medalist, three-time Four Continents champion (2004–2006), and five-time the U.S. champion (2004–2008).