Part XV: Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness
Worldwide women who WIN
We're 15 deep in our awesome summer series. This issue goes around the world as we salute great women from Brazil, New Zealand and the United States.
Accomplished in the classroom, sports and fitness, we told y'all we're not stopping until the summer is over. Without further delay we bring you the 15th edition of "Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness."
A few years back, 2016 to be exact, Gabriela Castrovinci was one of the most if not, the most beautiful women on a major televised pro wrestling show. On Impact Wrestling the Brazilian native turned heads as Raquel. She made her first national appearance in the business as a contestant on WWE Tough Enough.
After officially retiring from pro wrestling in 2018, Castrovinci is also a registered nurse, health motivator and a World Beauty, Fashion and Fitness (WBFF) competitor. This year she has been keeping her 1.1 million followers posted on her pregnacy which is in it's 19th week, with photos of her progression.
Oregon State freshman, Jade Newton redshirted this season but if her pre-collegiate years are a sign of what's to come, the Beavers are going to be extremly pleased with her.
In 2018, she ranked second in the state of Oregon in the 100-meter hurdles and 400-meter hurdles. She was also ranked fifth in the state in the 200-meter dash, eighth in the high jump and 10th in the 400-meter dash. Newton was also a basketball standout in high school.
Recently retired, Kaylon Eppinger has wrapped up an accomplished and fun track and field career that has taken her places both near and far. After becoming a state champion in the 100-meter hurdles in Ohio, she started college in Cincinnati where she was a runner-up for the Big East 100-meter hurdles championship in 2009.
After making a big leap in transferring to Alabama, Eppinger became one of the top multi-event athletes in the nation. She placed third in pentathlon at the SEC indoor championship meet in 2012. During that same season she finished ninth at the NCAA Indoor Championship meet.
As a pro Eppinger placed third and second in the indoor pentathlon at the USA championship meet in 2015 and 2016 respectively.
As a junior transfer, Tasmyn Fahey helped North Carolina A&T to its most wins of the decade during the 2019 volleyball season. Her team went 16-15 overall but an impressive 13-1 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Fahey had her best showing of the year with a six kill, five block performance against Western Carolina. She had a team best .625 hitting percentage during that contest.
Born in New Zeland, this six-foot sociology major began her collegiate career at Casper Community College.
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