Women Legends in Sports Speakers

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Victoria Arlen

Survivor, ESPN & Ninja Warrior Host, Gold Medalist, Author, Dancing With The Stars Contestant

Sasha Cohen

2006 Olympic Silver Medalist, Three-Time World Championship Medalist, 2003 Grand Prix Final Champion, and the 2006 U.S. Champion, Co-Author of "Fire on Ice"

Tracy Austin

Hall of Fame Tennis Player, Broadcaster, Tennis Legend, Author & Philanthropist

Lindsay Davenport

Retired World No. 1 Tennis Player & International Tennis Hall of Famer; Olympic Gold Medalist & Winner of 55 WTA Tour Titles

Crystal Dunn

Soccer Player for the U.S. Women's National Team & North Carolina Courage Forward

Ibtihaj Muhammad
(2 ratings)

First Female Muslim-American to Medal at the Olympics, Member of the U.S. Fencing Team & Author of "Proud"

Michelle Kwan
(1 rating)

Olympic Silver Medalist & Most Decorated Figure Skater in World Championship History

Heather O'Reilly

Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist; Midfielder, NWSL North Carolina Courage

Christie Rampone

Former Captain of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team; Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist

Kerri Walsh Jennings

Three-Time Olympic Gold Medalist for Women's Beach Volleyball

Carly Patterson

Singer-Songwriter & Olympic All-Around Women's Gymnastics Gold Medal Winner at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games

Carli Lloyd

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Midfielder & Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist; Two-time FIFA Player of the Year & World Cup Champion

Nancy Kerrigan
(2 ratings)

Two-Time Olympic Medalist & US National Champion

Allyson Felix

Track & Field Athlete, Olympic Champion & 12-Time Gold Medalist at the World Championships

Natalie Coughlin

Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer, 12-time Olympic Medalist, Most-Decorated Female Swimmer in World Championship History

Brandi Chastain
(1 rating)

Defender on the U.S. Women's 1999 World Cup Champion Soccer Team

Martina Navratilova

Retired World #1 Tennis Player & International Tennis Hall of Famer; Breast Cancer Survivor, Gay Rights Activist and Author