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In the Home Gym
I was in my home gym room doing arm curls and getting ready for my arm work out. She walked in with her beautiful smile wearing just her sports bra and her skin tight shorts.
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Sydney McGinley Sydney McGinley is a track star at Michigan. The Weston, Florida product has been turning heads via Instagram for the past three years. She has amassed over 14,000 organic followers who are amazed by her beauty and ability to perform athletically. Back in high school she swept the state championship 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles competitions in the state of Florida during the year of 2018. On the collegiate level she got her first ever win at the Len Paddock Open as a member of the 400-meter relay during the 2019 season. Her first ever open win came in 2020 when she scored a win in the triple jump at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational. McGinley followed that up two meets later with a win in the triple jump at the Silverston Invitational. During her career at Michigan McGinley has competed in the 60 meters, 100 meters, 200 meters, 60-meter hurdles, 100-meter hurdles, 400-meter hurdles and the previously mentioned triple jump.
The Hottest Spring Bods in Women's Sports of 2021 Pt. 18
Monet Brown After two years in junior college, Monet Brown continued her career at Talladega during the 2020-21 season. The 5-5 guard from Sacramento, California had an awesome performance in a blowout win against Southwest. She led her team to a 90-42 victory on Jan. 27, with 11 assists, four steals and only two turnovers. Brown scored her career high in points with 15 in a win over Life, Nov. 14. She shot 5-9 in that contest and also posted four assists, three steals and just one turnover. Brown had her best shooting performance against Dillard, Feb. 24. She scored 13 points by shooting 5-6, including 2-2 from three-point territory.
The Hottest Spring Bods in Women's Sports of 2021 Pt. 16
Jasmine Hale Jasmine Hale is a 5-9 guard for the Ohio University Bobcats. The native of Cincinnati, Ohio started her career at Wisconsin during the 2018-19 season. After playing just five games for the Bobcats during the 2019-20 season, Hale improved as a player during the 2020-21 season where she competed in 19 contests. She hit a career high 44.1 percent of her shots and nailed a personal best 33.3 percent of her shots from three-point land. She scored a season best 12 points in a win against Kent, where she shot 5-7 in 22 minutes of action. She had her best defensive effort with three steals against Akron in a game where she shot 4-7 on the offensive end.
The Hottest Spring Bods in Women's Sports of 2021 Pt. 14
Alysse Wade On May 8, Alysse Wade won the 100-meter hurdles at the Mid American Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships. It was the second time the Eastern Michigan star has won a conference title as she won the 60-meter hurdles crown during the 2020 indoor season.
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Cierra Pyles Ohio State's Cierra Pyles is a talented jumper who just wrapped up her best collegiate season to date. She was the runner-up in the triple jump at this year's Big Ten Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a career best jump of 12.71. Her second place finish played a pivotal role in guiding Ohio State to a win the Big Ten Championship over second place Indiana.
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Deborah Bulai A, 21-year-old powerhouse from Cedar Hill, Texas, Deborah Bulai is an All-American thrower who now competes for Ole Miss after starting her collegiate career at Cloud County Community College.
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Angel Gazaway A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Angel Gazaway became a state champion in the 300-meter hurdles during her last year at Princeton High School. Now at Eastern Michigan, Gazaway is majoring in business marketing. During her first collegiate season she showed her versatility as a competitor in the pentathlon at the Mid American Indoor Track & Field Championships. At that same meet she also qualified for the finals in the 60-meter hurdles. During the outdoor season in 2019 she had a sixth place finish in the 100-meter hurdles at the Mid American Conference championship meet. Gazaway duplicated that finish in the 60-meter hurdles at the 2020 indoor conference championship, which contributed to Eastern Michigan's overall team win. In 2021 Gazaway had her best open finish in a runner-up spot during the 100-meter hurdles at the Golden Grizzlies Mini Meet.
The Hottest Spring Bods in Women's Sports of 2021 Pt. 11
Back in 2019 a group of athletes from California State University - Bakersfield started making jaws drop on social media. Two years later the beautiful and talented athletes are still at it with their latest photo dump, which has landed them their own feature in the The Hottest Spring Bods in Women's Sports of 2021. This is just the second time that athletes from one school has been featured in this series. The other time was when we showcased the ladies from Texas better known as Chanell Brissett, Stacey Ann Williams, Kennedy Simon and Serenity Douglas. As usual, enjoy!
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Rayniah Jones In her first outdoor season as a collegiate competitor, University of Central Florida's Rayniah Jones is having an awesome year. She won her first conference title at the American Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 100-meter hurdles at 12.76. She also scored points for her team with fourth place finishes in the 100 meters and 200 meters races. Jones' top time of 12.73 in the 100-meter hurdles was recorded at the Knights Invite on April 24 and is currently the fastest time in the NCAA for a freshman this season. More impressive, Jones' top time is third best in the entire NCAA. She kicked off her outdoor season winning every race in her first three meets. She competed in the 400-meter relay and 100-meter hurdles in three of those meets, the 200 meters in one.
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Dearica Hamby Dearica Hamby is a 27-year-old forward for the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces. After entering the league in 2015, she had her best season to date in 2020, when she averaged a career best 13 points and 1.7 steals per game. She also shot career highs of 53.9 percent overall from the field and 47.4 percent from three-point land. This year Hamby has averaged 12.3 points per game in the first six games of the season for the Aces. On May 28, she pounded Indiana with 28 points shooting 7-11 from the field and 11-14 from the free-throw line. On May 21, Hamby posted her first double-double of the season when she had 17 points and 10 rebounds in a victory against Los Angeles. Hamby played her college ball at Wake Forest.
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Annah Stanley A native of Troy, Ohio, the five-foot-nine, Annah Stanley is a talented performer in the world of track and field. She competed for Thomas More, a school in Crestview Hills, Kentucky, during the 2020 indoor season. In her first meet, Stanley shined with a runner-up finish in the long jump, a third place result in the 800-meter relay and a fourth place finish in the 200 meters. In high school during the 2019 season, Stanley qualified for the state finals at Troy High School in the 400-meter relay.