Women’s influence in sports has been pretty minimal until now and they have greatly embraced professional sport in more recent times. They have made great achievements as wrestlers and cricketers. Businesses have identified the commitment of women’s sport as an uplifting commodity in which to invest. Here we have a list of some of the top five best female athletes of all time.

Michelle Jenneke

Michelle Jenneke is trained by Mick Zisti as a hurdler at the Cherrybrook Athletics Club. She is one of the best and most famous female athletes of all time.

She won the 100m hurdles at the 2016 Australian Athletics Championships and qualified for the Rio Olympic Games. In 2012, videos of Michelle dancing during her warm-up before the 100 m hurdles race at the 2012 World Junior Championships went viral on the internet. A single clip received over 17 million views on YouTube and was featured on “The Tonight Show.”

Danica Patrick

The list of best and most famous female athletes cannot be completed without mentioning Danica Sue Patrick. She currently competes in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, for Stewart-Haas Racing. In January 2006, Patrick competed in the Rolex 24 at Daytona along with Rusty Wallace. The car did not finish, and they ended the race in 50th place.

At the age of 16, she moved to England to advance her racing career. In 2012, Danica won the pole for the Drive4Copd 300 and was the only woman to do in NASCAR history.

Clair Bidez

Clair Bidez is a former professional snowboarder who received a degree in Environmental Biology from Westminster College, Salt Lake City. In 2006, she became the Halfpipe Junior World Champion in South Korea and made it to finals.

At that time, Clair Bidez was sponsored by Nikita, Giro, Copper Mountain and Flow.

Eugenie Bouchard

Eugenie Bouchard started playing tennis at the age of five and was trained at Montreal’s National Training Centre. In 2005, Bouchard participated in the Open Super 12 tournament. She reached the semifinals of the Australian Open in 2012.

The next year, she lost the finals of the Australian Open to Yulia Putintseva. In 2012, at the French Open, Eugenie defeated Shahar Peer, Johanna Larsson, and Julia Gorges.

Skylar Diggins-Smith

Skylar Kierra Diggins-Smith is one of the most famous and richest female baseball players of all time. She was drafted 3rd overall by the Tulsa Shock in the 2013 WNBA draft. In July 2015, Skylar Kierra suffered a torn ACL with 43 seconds left in a regular season game victory against the Seattle Storm.