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The Hottest Summer Bods 2021

by Winners Only 5 months ago in athletics

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Sydney, Tyra, Valexsia, Kylee

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.

Tyra Gittens

Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens is one of the best athletes in the history of college sports. When you go to the bio page that her school made for her you learn that she has the NCAA's best indoor pentathlon score, third best outdoor heptathlon score, fourth best outdoor long jump mark and sixth best outdoor high jump mark. At this year's NCAA Division I Track & Field meet she won the heptathlon, placed second in the long jump and third in the high jump. During the indoor season she won the high jump, pentathlon and placed third in the long jump. Gittens qualified for the for the Olympics for Trinidad & Tobago in the long jump when she hit the mark of 6.96 at the SEC Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

During her career she has won the national championship in the long jump for Trinidad & Tobago in 2018 and 2019.

Valexsia Droughn

Valexsia Droughn is a sprinter at Cal State Los Angeles who has seen a lot of success on the track. She started her collegiate career at Ventura College where she was the Athlete of the Year in 2018. She was dominant at the Western State Conference Prelims and Championships taking gold in the 100 meters, 200 meters and 400-meter relay. At the 2018 CCCAA California State Championships Droughn won the 100 meter finals and placed second in the 200 meters.

Her success has carried on to Cal State Los Angeles as she qualified for the NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships prelim round of the 60 meters in 2019. During the outdoor season she won the CCAA Track & Field Championships 100 meters final and qualified for the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships where she finished fifth in the final. During the 2020 season the All-American captured wins in the 100 meters at the Rossi Relays and Cal State LA Invite meets.

Kylee Carter

An All-American and native of Beauregard, Alabama, Kylee Carter left her mark at Auburn where she became one of the best javelin throwers in school history. Her career took off on a national level in 2018 when she placed fourth at the SEC championship meet, third in the NCAA East Preliminary Round and 10th at the NCAA outdoor championship meet. The next year she won the SEC javelin competition and placed second at the NCAA championships. This season Carter came back for another strong year placing second in the javelin throw in the SEC meet and sixth over all at the NCAA championships.

Carter who just turned 24 this month has shown toughness overcoming injuries throughout her career to become an all-time great.


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