Best Female Track and Field Athletes
Florence Griffith Joyner (also known as Flo-Jo) is one of the best female athletes.
Her records on 100m and 200m were not broken over 20 years.
She won silver medal on Olympic games in Los Angeles 1984. , and three gold and one silver on Olympic games in Seoul 1988.
She also won gold and silver medal on World championship in Rome 1987.
She inspired me to be a better person and focus on what I love most Wich is running.
I love her I want to be just like her
I'm going to be just like you
Should clearly be #1 over a bigtime doper. Was probably the best in the world over 200 and 400 (when she chose to run either) for almost 12 years, and a medal contending 100 metre runner too. And probably one of the rare sprinters who was completely clean too.
She is the only female track and field athlete to ever win six Olympic gold medals and is tied with Merlene Ottey as the most decorated female track and field athlete, with nine Olympic medals total.
Undoubtedly she's the most decorated female Track & Field Athlete EVER!
The best athlete ever, no question about it!
An American athlete won three gold medals on Olympic games in Rome 1960. in 100m, 200m, and 4 x 100m relay.
Also won Bronze medal in 4 x 100m relay on Olympic games in Melbourne 1956.
As a child, Rudolph (the 17th of 21 children) was afflicted with polio, scarlet fever and double pneumonia and grew up wearing a brace on her right leg. To her doctor's shock, she removed the brace and walked unassisted at age nine.
She is my inspiration so when I become a adult am going to be a track star like Wilma she great.
I love her she is the greatest and tells you to never give up!
She is one of the Greatest female track stars ever
JJK had the most sustained excellence of any track athlete - period. She was also a star basketball player at UCLA. If there are any tiebreakers needed, she has gone on to change the lives of thousands of kids through her foundation.
Jackie Joyner-Kersee is one of the best Hepthatlon and Long Jumper of all time.
On Olympics games she won three golds, one silver, and two bronzes.
She also won four golds on World Chapionships, and one gold on Pan American games.
Jackie Joyner-Kersee is my inspiration
Jessica Ennis is the best heptathlete competitor I've ever seen. She was not very big only 5ft 5 and competing against women who were 5ft 10 to 6ft plus in events like high jump, shot put, javelin and long jump. She always produced her best when she needed it and won gold in the 2012 olympics when all the pressure was on her. Great athlete!
The definition of all round class. She is unstoppable. Such an amazing competitor
You are the best
She's the reason I wanted to run in the first place, I copied her technique and nothing she ever did could take away from the exceptional athlete she was and could have been. My star
An American (and also Belizean) athlete, competed on 100m, 200m,4 x 100m Relay, 4 x 400m relay and long jump.
She won 3 gold and one bronze medals on World Championships.
She was disqualified from Olympic games in Edmonton 2000. because of using drugs
Just the best. Sad she got accused of cheating, but the height of grace even in her humiliation. Love that girl.
She was simply the Best
. loved watching her run
In 1948 she was only allowed to compete in 4 events, but probably would have won 2 more. She participated in the 1936 Olympics as 18 year old, and came to be the best female athlete shortly after that, but no Olympics were held in 1940 and 1944. She set world records in 100 m, 80 m hurdles, high jump, long jump, 4 x 100 m, 4 x 200 m. She held 6 world records at one time. So, she could have won 6 events at 3 olympics, if she would have been given the chance. She has to be the best female track and field star ever!
A Dutch athlete best known for winning 4 golds on Olympic games in London 1948.
She also won five golds, one sliver and two bronzes on European championships
WW2 ended her chance to set the record for medals that would have never been approached. Still, she is the GREATEST!
An American athlete, competed in 800m, 1000m, 880 yards 1500m, a mile and 3000m.
Set 36 U. S. records, and 17 world records.
She won gold medals on 1500m and 3000m on World championship in Helsinki, 1983.
She also won a gold medal on 1500m on Pan american games.
She survived a big burn crash to come back and dominate again.
Best female 800 metre runner and also a great 400 metre runner.
Best ever in the 800 metres for women!
Best pole vaulter yet
One of the best world ranked in both 100M & 100H
All time great
Always the dark horse.. She was just a beast, one of my all time favourite athletes and inspirations
Love her... the epitome of Grace
An American athlete, won gold medal in 80m hurdles, gold medal in javelin throw and silver medal in high jump on Olympic games 1932.
Also she won 31 LPGA titles, and many achievements.
An American athlete, was first to win gold medals in 100m on back-to-back Olympic games.
She won two gold medals on Olympic games in Mexico City 1968, and gold and solver medal on Olympic games in Tokyo 1964.
Also won a gold medals on Pan American games.
WILMA IS THE BEST! She is such a great influence to any newcomer or long time competitor in track. She has an amazing story, and the fastest girl I can think of! I just love Wilma. What an inspiring woman. what you if you don't like her. So yeah.
As an avid and would dear say knowledgeable about the sport,and respectful of some of the greats of the sport.How could Merlene Ottey be 31 on this list.Not sure what is the aim.For me she ranks certainly in the top 5 Lost so many gold medals to barefaced cheaters.
You have the never to place Evelyn Ashford 19th? Flo Jo number 1? This list is a complete joke.
Ashford, the best, period
Marital Koch, right behind her.
Certainly, # 1 and 2!
Evelyn Ashord #24? This list is a total joke.
Dominated the women's 100m from 2008 to 2016
Greatest of her time
An American athlete.
She is the first African-American (black) woman who won an Olympic GOLD medal.
She won it in high jump in London 1948. On that games she was also the only American woman who won a gold medal.