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Top 10 Youngest Female Sports Champions

When it comes to sports, the history is full with various talented male and female players. From cricket to basketball, and from wrestling to another game of your interest—we can see not only the male but also female dominating the world. The greatest and talented athletes have been mostly females; this might be because the women are more concerned, usually, about their careers and professional lives. The youngest female champions of various sports have shown equal level of skills and expertise as the mature ones, this is why, they got much fame the world over and have received bunch of awards.

Let us check out the list of top 10 youngest female sports champions.

10. Yael Averbuch

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Yael Friedman Averbuch was born on 3rd Nov, 1986 in New York, USA. She has represented her native land as an amazing and talented soccer player. She has been awarded a number of times for her excellent performance. The awards she received are National player of the year by soccer buzz and Top Drawer Soccer. Yael has also played for Kopparberg FC in Damallsvensen, and she was also chosen for National Soccer Team of USA.

9. Candace Parker

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Candace Parker was born on Apr. 19, 1986. She is a basketball player from USA. She is the youngest sister of NBA star, Anthony Parker. Candace is extremely beautiful and is the first lady who dunk in an NCAA tournament game. It is due to her endless efforts and dedication that she became one of the finest stars of America. She has received several awards.

8. Angela Ruggiero

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Angela Ruggiero was born on 3rd Jan, 1980. She was a fantastic USA-based ice hockey defender. She had represented her country in different games and made herself recognised the world over. She was awarded with various awards for her amazing performance, and is now working as a member of International Olympic Committee.

7. Ellen van Dijk

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Ellen van Dijk was born on Feb, 1987. She is an extremely hot and gorgeous Dutch professional cyclist. Ellen keeps herself fit to ride both at national and international level. She rides for Boels Dolmans Cycling Team, and cycles on roads and tracks. Ellen is the youngest expert cyclist in the world and was awarded with Road World Champion in 2012 and 2013.

6. Irina Slutskaya

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Irina Slutskaya is known as an athletic expert. She was the first woman skater who landed a triple lutz-triple loop combination. She got much fame for her trademark double Biellmann spin—which was actually her own creation. She is among the most successful ladies’ singles skater in Russian history.

5. Hannah Teter

Hannah Teter

Here comes another great and talented female champion, Hannah Teter. She is an extremely cool and energetic snowboarder in the world. She is not only beautiful, but also extremely dedicated to her job, this is why, she became an Olympic champion, and won the gold in the half pipe in the 2006 Winter Olympics. Some other appreciations she received are six World Cup championship wins under her belt. Hannah is only 26 years old.

4. Yani Tseng

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Yani Tseng is a Taiwanese professional golfer playing on the U.S.-based LPGA Tour. She is, according to my knowledge, is the youngest golfer to play at this high level. She has won five major championships and was at first positionin the Women’s World Golf Rankings for 109 consecutive weeks from 2011 to 2013.

3. Sasha Cohen

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Sasha Cohen was born on 26th Oct, 1984. She is a young and talented figure skater of Americ. She has won three world championships, and silver medal in 2006 Olympics. Also she is the winner of Grand prix Final Championship in 2003 and US championship in 2006. Sasha won gold medal at Skate America in 2003 and at Skate Canada 2003.

2. Martina Hingis

Martina Hingis

Martina Hingis is a Swiss beauty, and was the youngest Grand Slam singles champion of the 20th century. She is also famous to be the most enthusiastic player to win a Grand Slam junior title, the French Open in 1993 at the age of 12.

In 1995, she was the youngest player who won Grand Slam tournament, and in 1996, Hingis became the Wimbledon champion and teamed with Helena Sukova for winning women’s doubles title.

1. Amber Hill

Youngest Female Sports Champions

Amber Hill, in 2013, won a senior World Cup in skeet shooting. At that time her age was only 16-years. She is also holding the world record for the youngest-ever winner of a senior World Cup in her game. She is still teenager but is extremely energetic to act like a mature professional player.