The 10 best female athletes in the world
The 10 best female athletes in the world
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Who are the world's best female competitors? 

The 36 most iconic female athletes of the past century

It's a conversation that surfaces oftentimes among avid supporters: who is the best competitor on the planet? The Oregonian/OregonLive sports staff tried responding to that question by positioning the world's Top 10 female competitors. 

In the event that you missed it, we additionally positioned the 10 best male competitors on the planet. 

Note: This is anything but a chronicled positioning ever most prominent; it's top-notch of the world's most prominent female competitors today. 

No. 10: Lindsey Vonn 

Lindsey Vonn, 31, is quite possibly the most cultivated skiers ever, she's actually pressing onward. She won her 76th World Cup race in February, which is an unsurpassed ladies' record. She likewise has more Super G and downhill triumphs than any female skier ever. 

No. 9: Elena Delle Donne 

The 26-year-old Elena Delle Donne is the reigning WNBA MVP and surrounding Maya Moore for the title of best ladies b-ball major part on the planet. At 6-5 she has an uncommon range of abilities, with the capacity to play all around. Last season she arrived at the midpoint of in excess of 23 focuses, 8 bounce back and 2 squares while shooting 95% from the free tossed line. Delle Donne was likewise a star volleyball major part in secondary school. 

No. 8: Hope Solo 

How athletic is Hope Solo? The goalkeeper for the US Women's National Team was a forward in secondary school, scoring 109 objectives and driving her group to a state title her senior season. She did the change to the goalkeeper in school and is currently ostensibly the best female goalie ever. Solo, who has two Olympic gold awards, permitted only three objectives during the USA's walk to triumph in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, procuring the desired Golden Glove prize as the best goalkeeper. 

No. 7: Lauren Haeger 

Lauren Haeger, the 2015 USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year, is the principal major part in school softball history to record 70 homers and 70 successes. She drove Florida to a public title last season while aggregating a record of 32-2 with a 1.23 ERA. Haeger, 23, is right now playing for the Dallas Charge of National Pro Fastpitch. 

No. 6: Simone Biles 

American acrobat Simone Biles, a three-time World all-around champion, is the runaway top choice to win the inside and out gold decoration at the Rio Olympics. Biles, who turns 19 one week from now, is reworking the USA tumbling record book. She is now the most beautified American female tumbler in World Championships history, with an aggregate of 14 awards. 

No. 5: Yuan Herong

Yuan Herong is a Chinese bodybuilder, who decided to pursue a career in medicine. Nevertheless, she still finds time to show off her impressive physique on Instagram. Herong was dubbed the nickname “Chun Li” after the Street Fighter character. ... Instead, she decided to chase a career in medicine, becoming a doctor.


No. 4: Carli Lloyd 

With Abby Wambach resigning, Carli Lloyd is the new substance of USA ladies' soccer. Lloyd was the star of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, scoring six objectives incorporating a cap stunt in the USA's 5-2 success over Japan in the title game. Her presentation procured her the 2015 FIFA ladies' player of the year grant. 

No. 3: Jessica Ennis-Hill 

England's Jessica Ennis-Hill is the authoritative best on the planet in the heptathlon, however she will not contend in Portland this week in light of an Achilles injury. She'll be expected to win her second sequential Olympic heptathlon gold award this mid year in Rio. 

No. 2: Katie Ledecky 

Katie Ledecky, broadly thought to be the best swimmer on the planet, is entering the Michael Phelps region. Still just 18 years of age, Ledecky won five gold awards and broke three world records at the 2015 World Championships in Russia. She additionally turned into the principal swimmer to win the 200, 400, 800, and 1500 meter freestyles in a significant rivalry. There's a decent possibility she'll sit on this rundown after the Rio Olympics. 

No. 1: Serena Williams 

Difficult to accept, however, Serena Williams has been winning significant tennis titles for almost 20 years. Since she burst onto the tennis scene in 1998 Williams has won 21 Grand Slam singles titles and 13 duplicates titles. She additionally has four Olympic gold awards (three pairs, one single). She's as yet the No. 1 positioned major part on the planet and is the defending champ of the French Open and Wimbledon. In the event that she can succeed at Roland Garros in June, Williams will tie Steffi Graf for the most Grand Slam singles titles in the Open Era. At 34 she's giving no indications of easing back down. 

Fair notice 

Do you concur with our rundown? Who did we miss? Tell us in the remarks. 

Here are female competitors that were in the conversation and warrant fair notice status: 

Hazy Copeland, Alex Morgan, Brittney Griner, Allyson Felix, Lydia Ko, Marta, Ronda Rousey, Dafne Schippers, Elizaveta Tuktamysheva, and Brianne Theisen-Eaton.