Part XIII: Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness
Brilliant competitors, beautiful conquerors
For our 13th feature we've got smart girls, national standouts, business women, a TV personality, just a true representation of greatness.
We've now done many of these and the continuation of finding outstanding women hasn't come close to stopping! Salute to these ladies.
Welcome to the 13th "Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness." We will run this series throughout the summer.
For starters, Keypathwa Gibson got things done in the classroom as she earned Accademic All-MAC honors. She was a member of the 2020 and 2018 Mid-American Conference Indoor Track & Field Championship squads at Eastern Michigan. She was an all-conference competitor in 2018 and 2019.
This inked up athlete has also started a fitness account on Instagram. Along with showing off her great physique, she motivates followers with quotes like, "Talk about your blessings more than you talk about your problems." Another one is, "If you want to fly, give up everything that weighs you down."
The daughter of former Syracuse star and NBA player Lawrence Moten, Lawrencia has competed on the college level for the University of Buffalo, Chipola College and Hartford.
Along with being a hooper, Moten has turned heads as a very articulate sports reporter. Her bubbly personality is magnetic on camera and her familiarity as an athlete lends her credibility that reporters can't learn in the classroom.
To sum it up, as good as she looks in her photos, she's even better as a broadcast journalist.
Naturally Fit by J
Here is a business woman with who puts her beautiful image on her clothing line and posters. Along with a hot collection of photos, she also shares healthy eating tips, showcases her fitness regimen and promotes self love as she proudly sports her natural hairstyles.
With over 30,500 followers this basketball playing beauty is becoming a bigger known star by the day!
USC's Jatana Folston's freshman season was halted due to the global pandemic of COVID-19, but she was able to compete at a couple meets in 2020. Her best result was a fifth place finish out of 19 teams in the 1,600-meter relay at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegiate Invitational in January.
During her senior year in high school (2019) she recorded the nation's best time in the 600 meters. She had the country's fourth fastest time in the 300 meters as well. In the state of Florida she ranked sixth in the 800-meter run and seventh in the 400-meter dash.
On her way to Oregon to compete in college, Alexandra Webster was one of the top hurdlers in he nation. During the 2020 indoor season, Webster was ranked number seven amongst competitors in the USATF youth division in the 60-meter hurdles. On January 25, she won the 60-meter hurdles at the Texas Tech Under Armour High School Classic with a career best time of 8.45.
During the 2019 outdoor season, Webster ranked first in the state of Texas in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 41.81. She ranked third in Texas in the 100-meter hurdles at 13.62.
This year before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Webster competed in three meets earning first place finishes in the 400-meter relay at the Kingwood Zoe Simpson Invitational as well as wins in the 1,600-meter relay at the Stafford Spartan Relays and The Woodlands Dan Green Invitational.
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