Part XIV: Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness
Wipe the sweat from you brow and say WOW!
Welcome back to the "Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness series. It's July and this summer has been extremely hot with tempratures in the 90s in much of the United States. Along with hot days we bring you hotter athletes and fitness personalities who are making their impact in life and competition.
Without further delay we bring you the 14th edition of "Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness." We will run this series throughout the summer
With over 237,000 followers on Instagram, Taelor B. has earned a strong following that is inspired by her message. She is a health and life coach that openly shares her story. This strong beauty learned to love herself and started taking care of her body by training and eating better. Taelor B. is a business woman with her TXB athletic clothing line and E-book, "High Blood Pressure & Diabetes vs. Plant Based Life.
The former high school basketball player motivates her followers with videos where she says, "We choose to win or we choose to lose and settle. I wake up everyday single day making the descision to win. I cannot settle. I cannot lose. I've settled so many times to where I got fed up, to where it's like, I can't take it anymore ... I'm supposed to win everyday by any means and I'm not going to settle."
Texas Tech junior Chelsey Cole was a six-time All-American in high school. During the 2017 indoor high school season she had the top long jump mark in Texas and the 14th best in the nation at 19 feet and two inches. She also was a talented 60-meter dash performer as she posted the sixth best time in the state during that season (7.93).
During the outdoor season in 2017, she had the 25th best triple jump mark in the country at 40 feet, nine inches and 1/4.
As for her collegiate, career she had her best finish at the Big 12 Championships with a sixth place finish in the triple jump. Along with her gorgeous photos, Cole has used Instagram as a platform to support the Black Lives Matter movement with moving posts on her Instagram Highlights.
Canadian sprinter, Jorden Savoury competes for McGill University in Montreal. As of March 31, 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Savoury ranked 31st in Canada amongst 100-meter dash sprinters. She scored victories in the United States at the Winterfell Meeting hosted in Middlebury, Vermont in the 60-meter dash, 200-meter dash and long jump. She also won the 200-meter dash at the U Albany Winter Classic in New York City.
A fun fact is she has a sponsorship from Popeye's. Not Popeye's Chicken but Popeye's LaSalle. The company specializes in health suppliments.
Another Canadian sprinter, Maya Stephens ranked number eight in her country amongst 400-meter dash competitors. She was a big winner during her collegiate days at St. John's. Stephens won eight Big East Championships during her career (2014-2018).
During the 2020 indoor season Stephens, now a pro, showed up at the Villanova Invitational to win the 400-meter dash with a time of 54.32. Her Instagram is filled with posts of her in competition as well as enjoying life off of the track all around the world in places like Barcelona, Doha and Greneda.
If you missed the first 13, "Hot Summer Bods in Womens Sports & Fitness" releases, click the links to check out parts one through 13.
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