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100 Hottest Female Athletes of All Time - Part 1

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100 Hottest Female Athletes of All Time

While the men often get 95% of the coverage on the major networks and SportsCenter, today there are a number of incredibly gifted female athletes playing a variety of sports. 

In addition to being stars in their respective crafts, many of these women are also stunningly beautiful.

Fortunately, we’re here to bring all of these women’s incredible talents and good looks out of the shadows and into the spotlight. While it was nearly impossible to narrow it down, here’s the first half of our list of the 100 Hottest Female Athletes of All Time.

100. Ronda Rousey

Rousey is the daughter of Ann Maria Rousey DeMars. Her mother was the first American to win at the World Judo Championships, taking home gold in the 1984 tournament in the -56 kg class. Ronda Rousey was born on February 1, 1987, in Riverside County, California.

Rousey became the youngest judo player in the entire 2004 Olympic Games when she qualified for the team in 2004 at the age of 17. During that same year, she took home gold at the 2004 World Junior Judo Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
In April 2006, Rousey won gold at the Birmingham World Cup in England. In 2007, she won a silver medal in the 70 kg class at the 2007 World Judo Championships, and a bronze at the 2007 Pan Am Games.

Rank and titles: UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion, Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion, Junior World Champion (judo), World Silver Medalist (judo), Olympic Bronze medalist (judo), Pan Am Games Champion (judo), 4th degree Black belt in Judo. The Ultimate Fighter season 18 coach.

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