The Hottest Winter Bods in Women's Sports of 2021 Pt. 2
Beauty is Skin Deep, Greatness is Forever
Okay, okay, we are listening. Part one was such a big hit, we decided to bring you another one. It's still winter and still brutally cold here in many parts of the United States. A big hug to the people who had to go days without electricity and heat in Texas as they faced record low temperatures last week.
Through it all, we've got great women in the world of sports who are living examples of greatness through trying times. We have had COVID-19 shutdown so much of everything and who knows when and if life will ever get back to what we think is normal any time soon.
America is torn with political controversy and racism is doing its best to not be outshined by COVID-19. Despite all of this we all have to figure out a way to continue to go after our goals and be productive people. These ladies all represent perseverance and triumph. Without further delay here is the second installment of The Hottest Winter Bods in Women's Sports of 2021.
We're not sure if there is a better person who is working on being even better on this list. On the surface, Jeter has always seemed to have it all. Her dad was a former NFL football player, she became a college volleyball star, that competed as a pro and later became a collegiate coach.
These days she not only shares her physical gains, with a body that looks better in her 30s than it did when she competed in college, she also shares the challenges she has had to overcome mentally and emotionally as a person. On her one of her IGTV clips she talks about "walking in alignment." Jeter says, "What that means is, how am I showing up on purpose, in purpose. That's the daily decisions that we make that honor that goal." It is hard to follow Jeter and not be inspired to be a better person as you see her continue to become better as well.
This talented 20-year-old track star is a versatile athlete, in her first season at Iowa State after transferring from Kentucky. Tatiana Aholou made a name for herself in 2018 during her high school days when she won the long jump at the New Balance Indoor National Championships. The next season, Aholou won a bronze medal as part of Canada's 400-meter relay squad at the Pan-American Under 20 Championships. A native of Laval Quebec, she made her debut at Iowa State this year in winning fashion as she sprinted to a first place finish in the 60-meter dash.
Something tells us that Kaci Lennox is on the cusp of becoming a big star in pro wrestling. According to the Pro Wrestling Fandom site, she is five-foot-eight and 141 pounds. The site also says she is age 28 and a native of Baltimore, Maryland. Cagematch.net says that Lennox started her wrestling career in 2016 and was trained by Santana Garrett as well as Chasyn Rance. The site says that she won her first individual championship in 2018 when she became the REAL Pro Wrestling Women's Champion. Last year she appeared in a match for the United States' second largest wrestling promotion, AEW, when she faced Iverlisse on AEW Dark episode 66. With the size and looks of a star, we can't wait to see what the next two or three years hold for Lennox in pro wrestling.
Alana Walker is a senior on the Northwestern volleyball team where she is the squad's number one lady on defense. She has led the team in blocks during her sophomore and junior seasons and is doing it yet again so far this year. The six-foot-three, Chicago native led her team to a season opening win with four blocks to go along with 11 kills as well as an amazing hitting percentage of .529 against Big Ten opponent Rutgers.
Walker is definitely an example of balance as she puts in the work as a student athlete but has a load of fun. Her 105,000 followers on Instagram and 207,000 followers on TikTok are witnesses as she shares her travels, silliness, dancing skills and beauty on her very viral clips.
At six-foot-four and 28 years of age, Cheyenne Parker is entering the prime of her basketball career. The newest member of the Atlanta Dream is coming off of her best individual season. Last year with the Chicago Sky, Parker averaged career highs in nearly every category, with 13.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.3 steals per game. Parker is also making waves on Instagram. The forward's 131,000 followers not only get to marvel at her basketball skills, they can also get a glimpse of her as a model. She released her first calendar in 2021, while staying on top of her business as CEO of Born Queen LLC.
To see part one of The Hottest Winter Bods in Women's Sports of 2021, click the link below: