Top 10 Youngest Female Sports Champions

When it comes to name the sports champions, it is not only the males who play well, but also the females get equal and sometimes higher fame. It seems that none of the sports in this world is left without female champions. There have had been various great female athletes in the history, but naming a few women who are really successful and made world’s best records is a matter of great discussion.

Let us take a look at the list of top 10 youngest female sports champions.

10. Ellen van Dijk

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Ellen van Dijk was born in February, 1987. This Dutch cyclist is a famous champion. She ride for Boels Dolmans Cycling Team, and is expert in cycling on roads and tracks. Ellen has a marvelous record of being four time world champion, and time trail specialist. She won her first world title in 2008, and also received trophies of Road world Champion in 2012 and 2013.

9. Martina Hingis

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Martina Hingis is known to be a Swiss Miss. She is the youngest Grand Slam singles champion of 20thcentury, and also won a Grand Slam junior title French Open in 1993 at the age of 12. In 1995, she won the Grand Slam tournament, and in 1996, Hingis became the youngest Wimbledon champion—that time her age was 15 years. She is also the winner of Australian Open aged 16 years.

8. Charley Hull

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Charley Hull, born on 20th March 1996, is an English professional golfer. She has gotten various awards in her career. In 2013, when Charley started her career from the Ladies European Tour, she was youngest competitor in the international Solheim Cup. At the age of 9, Hull won the UK National Ladies Championship at Turnberry. She won several amateur events in the USA and Great Britain.

7. Sasha Cohen

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Sasha Cohen was born on 26th Oct 1984. She is a figure skater of USA. Sasha won silver medal in 2006 Olympics and Grand prix Final Championship in 2003. In addition to this, she is also the winner of US championship in 2006. In 2003, she won gold medal at Skate America, and at Skate Canada.

6. Angela Ruggiero

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Angela Ruggiero was born on 3rd January, 1980. She is a fantastic American ice hockey defender, and used to represent her country on several occasions. She got much fame the world over and made several appreciable records. she is now working as the member of International Olympic Committee.

5. Candace Parker

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Candace Parker was born in April, 1986. She is a famous and talented American basketball star, and played for Los Angeles state. She is the youngest sister of star of NBA Anthony Parker, and the first lady to dunk in an NCAA tournament game. Her graph of success is very high, because she uses to perform well during the game. This is why, she has won several championships at international level.

4. Irina Slutskaya

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Best known for her athletic ability, Irina Slutskaya is said to be the 1st female skater of triple lutz-triple loop. She is also known for her trademark double Biellmann spin. She has won two-time World champion (2002, 2005), two-time Olympic medalist (silver in 2002, bronze in 2006), and a four-time Russian National Champion (2000–2002, 2005).

3. Yani Tseng

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Yani Tseng is a Taiwanese professional golfer. She plays with the U.S.-based LPGA Tour, and is the youngest female champion in golf. She is also ranked number 1 in the Women’s World Golf Rankings for 109 consecutive weeks during 2012.

2. Yael Averbuch

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Yael Friedman Averbuch was born on 3rd Nov, 1986 in New York, USA. She has represented her country as a soccer player. She is awarded National player by soccer buzz and Top Drawer Soccer. Yael also played for Kopparberg FC and was chosen for National Soccer Team of USA.

1. Amber Hill

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Amber Hill, in 2013, became the youngest winner of a senior World Cup in skeet shooting, aged 16. She is one of the best female champions who used to work hard to make records. She holds the world record for the youngest-ever winner of a senior World Cup, and has gotten World Championship in Peru.

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