“We all have dreams. But in order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort.” This quote is by Jesse Owens. It very precisely associates with the book “The Flip Side” by Shawn Johnson, because of the way a young girl who desires to be an Olympic gymnast dedicates herself and makes unbending sacrifices to succeed. If you ever imagined working hard for something, Charlotte(Charlie) Ryland multiplied your efforts by a million. She had a mental picture of what she wanted to accomplish and because of the determination she had, she followed it through during the book, and did everything she could even when she had to conquer some weighty hurdles.
So women in the field of sports and games are also listed in different categories. Here in below article we have ten of the most beautiful women in sports. These women are regarded the most beautiful and charming women of sports world in present time. Our concern in the list will be more on the beauty of these women, so we will not give more details about their professional career and records. The list below contains females from different sports.
There are a lot of African American role models in the world and throughout history. One major role model in the black community and for all Americans also happens to be a model, Tyra Banks. She stands as a role model because she is ambitious, persistent, and encouraging. If you don’t know already, Tyra Banks is the first African American woman to be featured in a Victoria’s Secret catalogue. She is also the first African American woman to appear on the covers of both GQ and the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition.
I'm a triplet; I was the third triplet born; I weighed 3 pounds at birth; I am the third "Ronald Moore"; I earned the number 3 spot on my high school tennis team; I was considered number 3 on my high school cross country team; and I received a 3 year varsity award my senior year in all of my 3 sports in high school. I’m sure there has been other events where the number three has been there with me but these are the most major ones that have affected me. The number 3 is an integral part of who I am. Being a triplet has affected my life in multiple ways. Having two sisters that are the same age as me has made a big impact on my life.
My dear girls to achieve this goal, we will need to play better than we ever have. We have no choice than to play the games of our lives! We will need to completely feel our team spirit during the whole tournament. Every single one of us plays a major role and has her job to do on the field and also on the sideline. And this not just in two months when the championships take place but also now while we are preparing for this adventure.
The Biography.com website states, “Simone Biles is the most decorated American gymnast, winning 19 Olympic and World Championship medals” (Mead). Because Simone was too young to attend the Olympics in 2012, the first Olympic Games Simone attended was in 2016 in Rio. Although Simone has only been to one of the Olympics, she has been awarded with five Olympic medals; four of them were gold, and one was bronze. She acquired gold in team, all-around, vault, and floor; she got bronze on the beam. Simone plans to continue to practice and will more than likely participate in the upcoming summer Olympic Games in
Cheerleading has helped me grow as a person, and has helped me become more confident in myself. I could never imagine my life without the sport of cheerleading. Cheer has taught me not only determination, but how to balance everything, from school to managing high grades. I decided to join my first allstar cheerleading team, at Midwest Cheer Elite, in 2012. When I first joined, I based on a youth level 2 team, and with the help of my coaches and supportive athletes, I was able to fly on a senior 5 team, my last year.
In some cases, cheerleaders put in more practice hours than the football team. As many as 20 state high school organizations say cheerleading is a sport. The Michigan HSAA asserts that that competitive cheerleading meets all reasonable criteria for a sport. Many states where cheerleading is most popular do not call it a sport and don’t want to make it one.
One woman who fought for these modern-day prize money changes was Serena Williams. Williams has fought for women’s equality and served to be an inspiring role model for many African Americans and young females. “I was a 19-year-old focused on winning and being the best I could be, both for me and for the kids who looked up to me” (Williams). Williams currently has twenty-three grand slam tournament wins and she is considered by many as the greatest athlete of all time not just because of her outstanding forehand, but because of her battle for equality (Barker). Thanks to Williams and many others, young females now feel comfortable participating in a sport that was once dominated by
Women are also receiving over 10,000 scholarships a year. In an interview with Gail Marquis, a member of the 1976 Women’s Olympic Basketball Team, she describes what Title IX meant to her. Although Title IX has provided more opportunities for women to compete, it has come at the expense of some men’s sports. Many low revenue men’s sports programs were cut due to schools needing to meet Title IX’s restrictions and give more resources to women’s programs. The worst hit sports include wrestling, swimming, men’s gymnastics, and track and field.
Christine Sinclair is one of the best women’s soccer players in the entire world. After fifteen years of playing international soccer with team Canada, Christine has left her mark on the world of soccer and has definitely made the game a lot better for future generations of girls to come. Christine is the definition of a natural born leader. She has been Canada’s number one player and captain for many years, and has lead to her team to multiple victories on the world stage, one being a bronze medal at the 2012 summer Olympics in France. Christine Sinclair is a leader because she is inspirational, modest, and talented.
Guard Brianna Butler averages 13.5 points and guard Brittney Sykes averages 10.2 for Syracuse. Forward Briana Day averages 11.8 points. The Orange have surprised many with their defense, which has earned them a spot in the finals. Syracuse has forced 106 turnovers by the opposition during its tournament run, while holding opponents to a field-goal percentage of .397. The Orange 's success from beyond the arc has been a key to their run.
Mariel Margaret “Mia” Hamm-Garciaparra is a retired American professional soccer player and a two time olympic gold medalist and FIFA Women 's World Cup winner. Mia won the Women 's World Cup in 1991 and 1999, and took Olympic gold medals in 1996 and 2004. At the the age of 15, Mia was the youngest soccer player to play for the national team, she played forward. Mia Hamm was born March 17, 1972 in Selma, AL. Mia Hamm has scored 149 goals in international soccer-more than any other female player- and is still considered the greatest female soccer player in the world.