For years polo players in American wondered about the identity of the shy, moustachioed young man who avoided cameras and never attended the post-game parties. Sue Sally Hale was that "young man." [Click Here to see others on the list of the 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time for 2016.] "Sal"
Mary Lou Retton (born January 24, 1968) was an American gymnast. At the 1984 Summer Olympics, she won five medals, including gold in the individual all-around competition. Her performance made her one of the most popular athletes in the United States.[See video below.] Inspired by watching Nadia Comăneci on television,
Caterine Ibargüen Mena (born 12 February 1984 in Apartadó,) is a Colombian athlete competing in high jump, long jump and triple jump. [See video below.] Caterine's personal best in the high jump is 1.93 metres, achieved in 22 July 2005 in Cali. This is the current Colombian record. Caterine competed
JanetTV.com's 150 Greatest Female Athletes of All Time Ranking for 2016. The definition of “greatest of all time” leads to constant debate. That’s why JanetTV.com chose it for the name of this ranking. JanetTV.com’s Hall of 150 represents a perfectly imperfect way to rank outstanding female athletes from different eras, different