Part XXI: Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness
From the USA, to the UK, to Italy, ladies run the world
Installment number 21 is another one that takes us around the planet. We got top stars from the United States, United Kingdom and Italy. As we soldier on through this eventful year, we continue to find amazing women to uplift and share women that inspire the world.
The 21st issue of "Hot Summer Bods in Women's Sports & Fitness" is here and we're not even close to being done.
The one and only Nicole Yeargin is a well decorated performer in track and field. She kicked things off during her collegiate career at NCAA Division II Ursuline College, where in 2017, she won the G-MAC championship in the 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, 400-meter relay and 1,600-meter relay. She also placed second and third in the long jump and high jump respectfully.
The next season, she transferred to NCAA Division I Kent State and in 2019, Yeargin took the Mid-American Conference title in the 200-meter dash during the indoor and outdoor seasons. In 2020 she switched unis once again, this time to compete for USC but red shirted the season that was cut short by COVID-19. Nonetheless we know this ambitious sprinter will rise to the occasion as she aims to compete among the best in the country in the Pac-12.
Here is the first swimmer featured in this great series, hopefully not our last. Phoebe Harris is a 19-year-old diver from the United Kingdom. She competes for Florida International University. "The whole atmosphere of the university is just so amazing," she said during a question and answer session on IGTV. "It's a big step moving to America only at 19 years old, all by myself leaving home but it's definitely worth it. It will definitely payoff, so I'm definitely excited for that."
Her over 27,000 followers get to see workout clips, food ideas and hundreds of gorgeous pics from the beach.
One of the brightest up and coming stars in Italian sports is Gaia Sabbatini. This year, the runner took the Italian indoor national crown in the 1,500-meter run.
Two weeks before, Sabbatini bested the competition at the Italian Under-23 national meet by winning the 800-meter and 1,500-meter run. She also won the 1,500-meter relay run at the Under-23 nationals in 2019. Over her career she's won 10 national championships. Sabbatini also competed for the World Under-20 Championships in the 1,500-meter run back in 2018.
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