Top 10 Hot Female Runners in the World
10 Jirina Ptacnikova
She is a vaulter with a Czech pole. She won the 2012 European Athletics Championships and the 2014 World Indoor Championships in Helsinki. In 2012 she set a personal best (indoor) in Donetsk of 4.70 metres. This record came from the Czech Republic. In 2014, she improved to 4.71 m which was also a Czech record.
In September 2013 she also achieved outdoor personal best of 4.76 meters at Plzen.
9 Michelle Jenneke
Michelle “Shelly” Jenneke is a model and Australian hurdler. She won a silver medal at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics for the 100 m hurdles, and the 100 m hurdles at the 2016 Australian Athletics Championships to qualify for the Rio Olympic Games. Jenneke has trained as a hurdler at the Cherrybrook Athletics Club with coach Mick Zisti since the age of 10. She competed in the 90 meter and 200 meter hurdles at the 2008 Canberra-hosted Pacific School Games.
8 Darya Klishina
Klishina was born in Tver, Russia, in 1991. At the age of eight, Klishina began playing volleyball and at the age of thirteen, thanks to the influence of her father, a former athlete, changed her preference for athletics in specialty long jumps. On 26 June 2010, Klishina achieved a 7.03 meter jump, a Russian junior record and the second best junior mark of all time .
7 Paraskevi Papachristou
She is a triple Greek jumper, and a long jumper. She won two gold medals at the U23 European Athletics Championships and represented Greece at the 2011 World Athletics Championships. After making an offensive remark on-line in 2011, she was suspended from the Greek team for the 2012 London Olympics by the Greek Olympic Committee. She participated in the final of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics, taking 8th place.
Papachristou, born in Athens, won the bronze medal at World Junior Championships in 2008. She competed in the European Indoor Championships in 2009 and went through the qualification round with a 14.47 meter jump. She was injured in the final however and failed to register a clear leap. After taking the bronze medal at the Mediterranean Games in 2009, she competed at the World Championships in 2009 without finishing in the final. That season, she won the gold medal at the 2009 U23 European Championships.
6 Natasha Hastings
At a very early age, Hastings began her track career and made a first-place win at the USATF Junior Olympics in the Youth Girls division of 400 metres. She was on A. Philip Randolph Campus High School in Harlem, New York, where she could take her participation in the track and field to a more competitive level.
Hastings attended for research under Curtis Frye at the University of South Carolina. There, after mistakenly introducing the ladies’ track team as the “Gamecock Divas” in honor of the school’s mascot, the Gamecock, Hastings began to become known as “the 400M Diva.” 2007 was considered the breakthrough year for Hastings after coming back from a main injury. Hastings went home for the New Balance Collegiate Invitational to New York and won the 400-meter race in 51.70, a personal record at the time, anchoring the 4-400 m to a victory with the fastest collegiate time of the year.
5 Robin Bone
Robin is a Canadian pole vaulter and hopeful for the Olympics. Her first passion was gymnastics, but having sustained several concussions she had to give it up. Instead, she took up the pole vault and uses a brace while she vaults to shield her from potential concussions.
4 Ivet Lalova
She is a Bulgarian competitor specialized in the sprint events of 100 meters and 200 metres. She is the 12th fastest woman in the 100-meter history and is tied for the fastest time with Irina Privalova by a non-Western African descent sprinter. At the 2004 Summer Olympics she placed fourth in the 100 meters, and fifth in the 200 meters. Between June 2005 and May 2007 her career was interrupted for two years due to a leg injury. In June 2012 she won gold in the Women’s 100 meters at the 2012 European Athletics Championships.
3 Snezana Rodic
Snezana is a Slovene track competitor specializing in the triple jumping. She is married to Football player Aleksandar Rodic from Slovenia.
2 Allison Stokke
She is an American athlete and model of fitness on the track and field. She set many American records for pole vaulting at the high school. Photos of her at the age of seventeen were widely shared on the Internet, contributing to her becoming a celebrity on the Internet. Her unsolicited status as a sex symbol was covered nationally and globally and prompted educated discussion over the Internet on sexualizing sportswomen and young women in general.
She competed in two NCAA Division I Tournaments, winning All-American honors at the 2011 NCAA Indoor Tournaments, and gaining all-academic regional honors for her combined athletic and academic performance. At the 2012 United States Olympic Trials she attempted to make the American Olympic Team but failed to record a height. She continued her vaulting at meetings at the national level until 2017.
1 Cathrine Larsasen
She is from Oslo and the club IL I BUL is named. Between 2004 and 2013, she won the Norwegian championships ten times in a row, albeit in 2009 and 2013, on the same result as Katrine Haarklau.
Her first international outing came in at the 2007 U23 European Championships where she placed ninth with 4.10 meters. In the qualification, she equalled her own Norwegian mark with 4.15 metres. Larsåsen had previously set five outdoor records for Norway, and she improved it at the Norwegian junior championships in Tønsberg to 4.21 meters before the year was over.
She equalled her 4.35 mark at the 2011 Danish indoor championships before improving it to 4.40 in August 2011 and 4.41 in February 2012. Internationally, in a number of events, she struggled to reach the final, reaching heights of 4.15 in the 2011 European Indoor Championships, no mark in the 2011 World Championships, 4.15 in the 2012 European Championships and 2013 European Indoor Championships.