The best legs in women’s sports run, jump, ski, wrestle, play volleyball and drive in Nascar. ZZ Top Music “She’s Got Legs” is perfect theme music for this Top 10 list.
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Women’s legs stand a prominent feature in professional sports. The best legs in women’s sports include:
Number 10 is Allyson Felix from California. Alyyson is an American Olympic runner winning one gold and two silver medals in the 2012 Olympics in London.
Number 9 is Alexandra Pauline "Sasha" Cohen from California. Sasha is a American Silver Medal Winner in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.
Number 8 is Lokelani McMichael from Hawaii. Lokelani is an American Triathlete and the youngest woman to win the Hawaiian Iron Man. She’s Got Legs.
Number 7 is Aly Raisman from Massachusetts. Aly won two gold medals and a bronze in gymnastics at the Olympics in London 2012.
Number 6 is Skylar Diggins from Indiana. Skylar was the all-time scoring leader while at Notre Dame. She was a McDonald’s All American in high school and now is in the WNBA with the Tulsa SHOCK.
Number 5 is Tia Norfleet from Virginia. Tia is the first and only African American woman to date certified to drive for Nascar. She’s Got Legs.
Number 4 is Jennie Finch from California. Jennie is the most famous softball player in history. She fast pitched the American Olympic Softball team to Olympic Gold in 2004 and Silver in 2008.
Number 3 is Trish Stratus from California. Trish is a retired professional wrestle form Canada and spent time with the WWE. She is a former fitness model and television personality.
Number 2 is Serena Williams from Michigan. Serena ranks number one in the world women’s singles tennis. She has won four Olympic Gold Medals and more than 40 million dollars in prize money.
The Number 1 Best Legs in Women’s Sports belong to skier Lindsey Vonn from Minnesota. She is a Gold Medal Winner for the Downhill in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. See Lindsey posed as on the Cover of ESPN Magazine.
“She’s Got Legs” and knows how to use them. The best legs in women’s sports run, jump, ski, wrestle, play volleyball and drive Nascar.