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15 Sports And Their Hottest Female Athletes

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Sport has extended to the next level, not only for males but for females as well. These days female athletes are given equal recognition as men. They have proved with their highly professional guts to play all the sports that ever existed. They are working really hard for their professional career as a player. We have jotted down the list of the 15 hottest female athletes from different sports. Don’t think to scroll down to see.

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Antonija Misura – Basketball

Antonija Misura - Basketball

Antonija Misura, a famous basketball player, was born in Croatia, Sibenik. She is a professional basketball player for CCC Polkowice and the Croatia national team. She has represented her home country at several tournaments. She also appears in the Summer Olympics 2012. While growing up, she used to play a variety of sports, including volleyball. With the passing time, she got attracted to basketball. Misura gained a lot of media attention because of her looks. Attendees considered her to be the most beautiful woman at the summer Olympics 2012, and she was named Miss Mediterranean in 2019.

Elena Radionova – Figure skater

Elena Radionova was born in Moscow, Russia. She was the only child of her parents. While growing up, her interest was in modern dancing, singing, lyrics writing, and ballet. Later she pursues her career according to her interests. Elena became a (now former) Russian figure skater. She won numerous European and World championships by representing her home country Russia. She is a bronze medalist, two-time silver medalist, and two-time Grand Prix Final medalist. By the end of 2020, in September, she announced her retirement because of her back injury.

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Paige Spiranac – Golf

Paige Spiranac - Golf

Paige Spiranac is an American Professional golf player and social media personality. She played golf for the University of Arizona and the University of San Diego. In 2015, she led the Aztecs to their first Mountain West Conference Championship. In December 2015, Spiranac professionally played golf for the first time. In June 2016, she joined the developmental Cactus Tour and received her first and only win. Later in December 2016, she retired from her professional golf as she failed to get to the LPGA circuit’s qualified card.

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