The best athletes on the planet are women.
And they are often, if not always, the ones who take the biggest risks, the people who make us want to follow them on social media and in real life.
But the best of the best are often the ones we’re least aware of.
That’s why we wanted to highlight the top 20 female athletes of the past 20 years.
This year’s top female athletes include Serena Williams, who has gone on to win three Olympic gold medals and two more bronze medals, and world number one Simone Biles.
And we’re not talking just any female athletes.
These are the women who have been the stars of sports and media for decades.
We also have some of the world’s most prominent female sports personalities and stars.
So what is the most underrated woman in sport?
We asked women to tell us.
The best female athlete of the last 20 years: Serena, Williams The first woman to ever win an Olympic gold medal in the women’s 100 metres final, Serena has been in the spotlight for more than a decade.
She is also a pioneer of female athletics and women’s triathlons, becoming the first athlete to win a World Cup title in the event.
She has won a host of major sporting events, including the World Championships in 2020 and the World Athletics Championships in 2021.
She won gold in the 100 metres at the Rio Olympics and has been the world champion there four times.
In terms of media success, Serene has also built a successful brand and is well known for her unique style of sports broadcasting, which she says is based on her personal values.
“I have always believed in what I’m doing, and I want to be known for it,” she said.
But she also has a big challenge to overcome: her popularity in sport and media has waned over the last few years.
Serena’s career has suffered in recent years.
The Olympics, World Cup and the European Championships have all failed to attract the same crowds, and the team’s world record of 17 straight world championships has been snapped up by the likes of Serena herself.
The sportswoman’s career also took a turn for the worse after she won her first major tournament title at the 2009 World Championships, where she was beaten by Maria Sharapova in the semifinals.
She was knocked out by eventual world champion Serena at the 2010 Olympics.
Serene’s career was then put on hold for two years while she underwent reconstructive surgery.
Her career took a drastic turn again in 2012, when she won the world title in 100 metres and 200 metres, but she struggled with injuries, lost the Olympic title and lost the silver medal in that event.
In 2016, she lost her fourth consecutive world title to world number two Caroline Wozniacki, who she beat by six lengths in the final.
Serena Williams has won four Olympic golds and a World title.
And Serena is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the best women’s athlete of all time.
#15: Serene Williams Williams is perhaps the most recognisable female athlete in sport today.
She has won six Olympic gold, three world titles, one World title and a record 12 Olympic gold and world silver medals.
(AP) She is one of the most recognizable athletes in sport, and has won three Olympic medals, three World titles, two World championships, one Olympic gold in women’s cycling, three Olympic silver in women`s tennis, and three world championship golds in track and field.
On top of that, she is an icon in the sport, both on and off the court.
Williams has won two Olympic gold for the US women in the 200 metres and is a four-time world champion in the race.
She became a household name in the United States with her gold medal winning performance in the 400 metres in the Sydney 2000 Olympic games.
There is no doubt that she is one the most popular athletes in the world.
‘The greatest athlete ever’ When it comes down to the most iconic female athlete, it would be hard to beat Serena.
She’s been the most-celebrated woman in sports, and in sportswriters’ minds, for more years than anyone else.
A three-time Olympian, she has been a household-name for more generations than any other female athlete.
After winning gold in Athens in 2004, Serenas gold medals in Athens 2004, Athens 2008 and Beijing 2012, and an overall Olympic record of 11, Serenes popularity has only grown in the years since.
It’s no wonder she has become a household word in the US.
An avid athlete, Serenia’s passion for athletics and the sport has been infectious.
What has made her such a