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Gabrielle Christina Victoria "Gabby" Douglas (born December 31, 1995) is an American artistic gymnast. She was a member of the U.S. Women's Gymnastics team, dubbed the Fierce Five by the media, at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where she won gold medals in the individual all-around and team competitions. She was’s 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time: You Tell Us #150

Creating an unassailable list of the 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time is impossible. That’s why we’ve saved the 150th spot for your recommendation. Use the form below to tell us who should be on our list. (Just in case we left off someone you think should be on’s 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time: Cindy Klassen #148

Cindy Klassen (born August 12, 1979, in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian long track speed skater. She is a six-time medalist having achieved one gold, two silver, three bronze at the Winter Olympics. She is the only Canadian Olympian to win five medals in a single Olympic games and the’s 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time: Deng Yaping #147

Deng Yaping (born February 5, 1973 in Zhengzhou, Henan province, China) is a Chinese table tennis player who won six world championships and four Olympic championships between 1989 and 1997. Deng began playing table tennis at the age of five, and four years later she won her provincial junior championship.’s 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time: Picabo Street #142

Picabo Street (born April 3, 1971) is a former World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist from the United States. She won the super G at the 1998 Winter Olympics and the downhill at 1996 World Championships, along with three other Olympic and World Championship medals. Street also’s 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time: Magdalena Neuner #143

Magdalena "Lena" Neuner (born 9 February 1987) is a retired German professional biathlete. She is the most successful woman of all time at Biathlon World Championships and a two-time Olympic gold medalist. At the age of 21, she became the youngest Overall World Cup winner in the history of the’s 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time: Layne Beachley #145

Layne Beachley is a former professional surfer from Manly, New South Wales. She won the World Championship seven times. Beachley was inducted into the Surfing Hall of Fame in Huntington Beach, California. At the age of 16 Beachley became a professional surfer. By the age of 20 she was ranked’s 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time: Lolo Jones #141

Lori "Lolo" Jones (born August 5, 1982) is an American track & field and bobsled athlete who specializes in the 60 and 100 meter hurdles. She won three NCAA titles and garnered 11 All-American honors while at LSU. She won indoor national titles in 2007, 2008 and 2009 in the