The women who will participate in the Olympic Games are really deservedly there and their talent is inevitable. Which female stars will be at the Olympics, read below!
Simone Biles, United States
She is a four-time Olympic champion in 2016 in Rio, a fourteen-time world champion. In addition to American citizenship, Simon also has Belizean citizenship, where her mother is from. She has a sister, Adria, who also trains gymnastics.
Sunisa Lee, United States
Sunisa is a rhythmic gymnast from Hmong and is part of the women’s national gymnastics team of the United States. She was a member of the team that won gold at the 2019 World Cup, where she also won silver on the ground floor and bronze on uneven bars.
Serena Williams, United States
The 39-year-old tennis player deservedly found herself at the Olympics. She is currently the 8th tennis player in the world. She won 72 titles in individual competitions, of which twenty-three in Grand Slam tournaments. She has won 23 grand slams (singles) and is highly regarded and respected.
Naomi Osaka, Japan
She is a Japanese citizen, but she grew up and spent her childhood in the United States. During her career, she reached four Grand Slam tournaments and first place on the WTA ranking list, which made her the first player from Asia to place “number 1”.
Simone Manuel, United States
This beautiful girl is a swimmer from the United States whose specialty is freestyle swimming at 50 and 100 meters. The current Olympic winner in the disciplines of 100 meters freestyle and relay 4 × 100 mixed. Talent and success are more than obvious.
Katie Ledecky, United States
Ledecky, 24, is a swimmer who specializes in freestyle swimming. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she won an Olympic gold medal in the 800 meters freestyle. She swam the race in 8: 14.63, which is the second-fastest time in history in this discipline.
Lilly King, United States
King, 24, is the defending Olympic champion in the 100-meter breaststroke, which represents an event where she has five of the world’s top 15 performances, including the world record.
TRACK AND FIELD
Allyson Felix, United States
This athlete is a specialist in sprint disciplines. She won a large number of medals in the most important competitions; she was a world and Olympic champion in the 200-meter race, as well as in the 4 x 100 m and 4 x 400 m relays with her colleagues from the US national team.
Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad, United States
McLaughlin was considered a rising star back when she was in high school. She established herself on the international scene when, at the age of 20, she placed second at the world championships in the 400-meter hurdles. On the other hand, Muhammad, to defeat it, must first of all defeat herself and her record.
Shaunae Miller-Uibo, the Bahamas
A real refreshment is coming to us from the Bahamas. She is an athlete who specializes in the 200 m and 400 m races. Instead of defending her gold at 400, she decided to focus on winning the 200 this summer in Tokyo.
Sha’Carri Richardson, United States
Sha’Carri Richardson is a sprinter in athletics who competes in the 100 meters and 200 meters. Since April 2021, she has been ranked among the ten fastest women in the 100 m with a personal record of 10.72 seconds.
Alex Morgan, United States
She gave birth to her first child in May 2020 and was rushing that summer to regain her fitness. Still, she is ready to show at the Olympics what it means to be a woman, a mother, a queen!
Megan Rapinoe, United States
Megan is currently playing for the Seattle-based Raine football club. She competed for the national team in the World Championships in 2015, 2011, and 2019, as well as at the 2012 Olympic Games. At the 2012 Olympic Games, she won gold with her national team.
A’ja Wilson, United States
A’ja is a professional basketball player for the Las Vegas Aces of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She has strung together her career with numerous successes such as all National Player of the Year awards (Wade, AP, Honda, USBWA, Wooden, and Naismith) as the best player in Women’s College basketball for 2018.
BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL
Cat Osterman, United States, and Yukiko Ueno, Japan
Osterman, 38, helped lead the United States to a gold medal at the 2004 Games in Athens. Ueno, 38, won a bronze medal with Japan in 2004. She outscored Osterman four years later with a 3-1 victory in a gold medal game in Beijing.