What body type is considered to be the hottest? Men and women of all ages still beat about the bush, trying to establish the truth. Are curvy women perfect? Sure, beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, but what about lean sporty ladies?
These 10 outstanding black athletes have gained many fans for their wonderful performance on the sports field. Whether they appear in the Olympics or other competition events, there are supporters on hand to cheer them on.
So today we conducted a study, based on the knowledge about black beauties and their biographies.
Sure, it was extremely difficult to sort out only ten ebony athletes and choose between 2 women as all of them were equally worthy and hot, but here you can see our top-10 list that will fascinate and motivate you. All women, whose names are presented in this list, are still in the game, and we can only appreciate them for the power and strength!
1. Skylar Diggins
If you do not pay particular attention to the NBA, then Skylar Diggins will give you an urge to wake up in the middle of the night to watch the match.
In her 26 years, she is not only one of the most powerful competitors in the league, but also, of course, arguably the most appealing and attractive woman currently in the game. In 2009, she received the Naismith award, which is given to the best participants of her age group.
2. Natasha Hastings
This ebony beauty specializes on track-and-field sports.
But more specifically, her jam is 400 meters run and Natasha is a perfect sprinter, being the Olympic champion in 2008 and the world champion in 2007, 2009 and 2011 as the participant of a relay race.
3. Sloane Stephens
Sloane Stephens is a 25-year-old professional tennis player. She won Grand Slam tournament in singles (US Open-2017). Sloane is the winner of six WTA tournaments in singles, number one in the Federation Cup (2017) as part of the US national team and the winner of three Junior Grand Slam tournaments in doubles.
4. Winifer Fernandez
Winifer Fernandez is called the sexiest volleyball player in the world, having received the gold medal and the Most Valuable Player award, performing an absolutely successful game during the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil and having 339 thousands Instagram followers.
5. Sydney Leroux
Sydney Leroux is an Olympic champion and the main star of the US national football team. Trying to find her place in the sport career, a Canadian-born athlete entered the team where she found success.
In 2012, the US team won the gold medal at the Olympic tournament for the third consecutive time and for the fourth time in history. Leroux was 22 years old. She became the youngest player in the gold-winning team.
6. Seun Adigun
Seun Adigun is a famous bobsledder, who was born in the US in a Nigerian family. In 2012, she already participated in the Olympics, but in summer.
There she represented Nigeria in a 100-meter hurdle race. Since 2014, Adigun has been re-qualified as a bobsledder.
7. Laila Ali
Laila Ali is a professional boxer, the daughter of Muhammad Ali and his third wife Veronica Porsche Ali. Laila became famous, also choosing a career in boxing.
Besides being a pride to his father, taking his steps in professional boxing, Laila became a big screen star! In total for her career, Leyla Ali won 24 matches, 21 of them — by knock outing the opponent (ordinary or technical knock-outs), and 3 — by the decision of the judges. She never lost a single match, and none of her matches ended with a draw.
8. Serena Williams
Serena Williams is an American tennis player, four-time Olympic champion, owner of the non-calendar Grand Slam Helmet and career Golden Helmet. She is also the younger sister of the world champion Venus Williams. In 1997, Serena Williams managed to beat the strongest tennis player of that time, Monica Seles.
Soon another incredible victory followed Serena’s path when she bet the athlete Marie Pierce. This allowed Serena to hit the top 100 of the world’s tennis players. Since that moment, the athlete has become a regular participant of the WTA tournaments.
9. Allyson Felix
The legendary American runner Ellison Felix is the fifth most titled woman in the history of the Olympic Games. At the 2016 Olympics in Rio, she won two gold medals, which became the fifth and sixth in her collection.
She helped her team to get gold in the relay races, and also took silver in the individual 400 meters race. At the moment, Felix has nine Olympic medals. In addition, she became nine times the world champion and 13 times the winner of the world championship.
10. Gabby Douglas
Gabby Douglas is an American gymnast, world champion in 2011 and two-time Olympic champion in 2012. To date, Gabby Douglas is the only African American, who became the champion in the absolute and team classification of the Olympic Games.