10 Hot Female Skiers You Need to See


What makes a woman hot? Her beauty, passion about a hobby, goal in life or invisible internal energy that can be only felt when she is involved in what she loves? We have prepared a list of sportswomen who are worth your attention and in our rating, you will find top female skiers who are keen on what they are doing. These women know how to reach higher peals and their achievements are what make them sexy and desirable. You definitely need to check these hottest female skiers or may have heard about a lot of them if you follow the news of the skiing world.

This sport is hard, it requires great training (from 50 to 90 hours per week, if you want to meet single female, you should be ready for this) and several year-long preparations before participating in the Olympics. Girls who choose to become a woman skier sacrifice their childhood for hard training and hours spent on skis. What they receive instead? It may be a world recognition or at least great shape and discipline. Let’s check the list of famous women skiers we find beautiful and successful.

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When compiling the rating, we took into consideration the titles won by famous skiers-females at the most prestigious competitions in the world of cross-country skiing - the Olympic Games and World Championships, as well as victories in the overall standings of the World Cup. Taking into account the different difficulty levels and prestige of the above-mentioned tournaments, each achievement is "evaluated" according to the following system:

  • 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place at the Olympics - 10, 8, 5 points accordingly;
  • the World Cup victory - 10 points;
  • 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place at the World Cup - 5, 4, 2 points.

For the victory both in the personal race and in the team, the same number of points is awarded.

10. Marya Liisa Kirvesniemi (Finland)

Olympic Games: 3-time champion of Sarajevo-84 and 4-time bronze medalist (Sarajevo-84, Klagari-88 and 2 Lillehammer-92 medals).<> Points: 50. World Championship: 3-time winner (1978, 2-1989) and 5 times won silver medals (2-1985, 1989, 1991, 1993). Points: 35. World Cup: 2 wins in the overall standings in the seasons 82/83 and 83/84. Points: 20. Total: 105 points.

Marya Liisa Kirvesniemi introduces you to our rating, she is an example of an amazing sportswoman and a participant of the 6 (six !!!) Winter Olympics. For almost twenty years, the Finnish was part of the elite of world races, having won all kinds of trophies. The peak of her glorious career was the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo, in which the great skier became the absolute champion, winning all personal races and participating in the “bronze” relay race. In 1994, Kirvensniemi made the history of Finland, becoming the first female flag-bearer from the Finnish team at the opening ceremony of the Olympics. This pretty woman is not only a keen professional but a symbol of natural beauty and powerful energy.

9. Justina Kowalczyk (Poland)

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Olympic Games: 2-time Olympic champion (Vancouver 2010 and Sochi-2014), silver medalist of Vancouver and 2-time winner of bronze medals (Turin-2006, Vancouver-2010). Points: 38. World Championship: 2-time winner of Liberec-2009, 3-time silver medalist (2-2011, 2013), three times took third place (2009, 2011, 2015). Points: 28. World Cup: 4-time winner (2008/2009, 2009/2010, 2010/2011, 2012/2013). Points: 40. Total: 106 points.

On the 9th place, there is a charming, chic, amazing, brilliant Justina Kowalchyk! She is one of the most amazing and successful women not only in skiing but in the world of sport in general. Her fighting character and her will to win are worth admiration. Her competitive spirit, which Justina Kowalczyk demonstrates always and everywhere, makes her a perfect example for others. When dating a skier, you will understand how strong and stress-resistant these women are. What is worth her gold medal on a 30-kilometer in Sochi won with a broken leg! In addition to all these titles, the Queen of the Ski from Poland is simply a beautiful woman, a real pleasure for the male eyes.

8. Bente Skari (Norway)

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Olympic Games: champion of Salt Lake City-2002, 2-time silver medalist (1998, 2002) and 2-time winner of bronze medals (1998, 2002). Points: 36. World Championship: 5-time winner (1999, 2-2001, 2-2003), 2-time silver medalist (1997, 2001). Points: 33. World Cup: 4 times finished the season in the first place (1998/1999, 1999/2000, 2001/2002, 2002/2003). Points: 40. Total: 109 points.

Continues the rating female Olympic skier from Norway, Bente Skari. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, she was one of the leaders in women's skiing, winning four World Cups, several gold medals at World Championships, and in 2002 crowned an excellent career with a 10-kilometer classic victory in Olympic Salt Lake. It was Skari - the first Norwegian world-class star, to some extent, contributed to the beginning of the dominance of the Norwegian women's skiers in the last decade. An interesting fact - Bente Skari and her father, the 1968 Olympic champion Odd Martinsen, are the only parent and children awarded the Holmenkollen medal, the highest recognition of the contribution of athletes to the development of skiing in Norway.

7. Galina Kulakova (USSR)

Olympic Games: 4-time champion (3 - Sapporo-1972, 1 - Innsbruck-1976), 2-time silver medalist (1968, 1980), 2-time winner of bronze medals (1968, 1976). Points: 66. World Championship: 5-time winner (2-1970, 3-1974), 2-time silver medalist (1978, 1980), 3-time bronze medalist (1970, 1978, 1982). Points: 39. World Cup: 1st place in the 1978/1979 season. Points: 10. Total: 115 points.

As we have prepared a list made of women from different epochs, it would be a crime not to mention this Olympic female skier. The absolute champion of the 1972 Olympics in Sapporo, the absolute world champion of 1974 in Falun, the winner of the first-ever World Cup, the holder of the silver Olympic order, and finally, the best athlete of the 20th century in the Udmurt Republic! And this is not a complete list of achievements and regalia of the great Galina Kulakova. On her way to the status of a legend, Galina Kulakove did not stop even after receiving the most serious injury in 1970, though she was forced to literally learn to walk again. Demonstrating incredible perseverance and hard work, Kulakova recovered in record time and at the World Championships in Vysoke Tatry she showed who was the strongest racer of the generation, winning two gold medals and a bronze medal. If she is not the best female skier in terms of perseverance, then we do not know who.

6. Lyubov Egorova (USSR, Russian Federation)

Olympic Games: 6-time winner of gold medals (3 in Albertville-1992 and 3 in Lillehammer-1994), 3-time silver medalist (2-1992, 1994). Points: 84. World Championship: 3-time champion (2-1991, 1993), winner of a silver award and 2-time bronze medalist of the 1993 World Cup. Points: 23 World Cup: winner of the 1992/1993 season. Points: 10. Total: 117 points.

Egorova, along with Marit Bjergen, which is mentioned below too, and the legendary speed skater Lidia Skoblikova, is the record holder in the number of gold medals won at the Winter Olympic Games among women. Her incredible collection contains as many as 6 pieces. In the first half of the 90s, she competed on equal terms with perhaps the best female skier in the history of Elena Vyalba, and not only imposed the fight but showed great results in the end.

5. Stefania Belmondo (Italy)

Olympic Games: 2-time winner (Albertville-1992, Salt Lake City-2002), 3-time silver medalist (1992, 1998, 2002), 5-time winner of bronze medals (1992, 2-1994, 1998, 2002 ). Points: 69. World Championship: 4-time champion (2-1993, 2-1999), 7 times won silver medals (1991, 1993, 4-1997, 1999), 2-time bronze medalist (1991, 2001). Points: 52. Total: 121 points.

This female Olympic skier is the only Italian in the ranking, Stephanie Belmondo. The first Italian skier to be the world champion and the first to be Olympic champion. Looking at this miniature skier (Belmondo’s height is 155 cm), you don’t even suspect what kind of fortitude she possesses. During her career, she overcame severe injuries and 4 consecutive defeats from Elena Vyalbe at the 1997 World Cup in Trondheim. For example, the 15-kilometer race at the Salt Lake Olympics is also a story of overcoming, because Stefaina started with a broken stick and more than a two-minute lag behind the leaders, and ended in an impressive triumph.

4. Raisa Smetanina (USSR)

Olympic Games: 4-time champion (2 - Innsbruck-1976, Lake Placid-1980, and Albertville-1992), 5-time winner of silver medals (1976, 1980, 2-1984, 1988), bronze medalist of Caligari-1988. Points: 85. World Championship: 4-time winner (1974, 1982, 1985, 1991), 4-time silver medalist (2-1978, 1982, 1989), 4 times climbed to the third step of the pedestal (1974, 2-1978, 1980). Points: 44. World Cup: 1st place in the 1980/1981 season. Points: 10. Total: 139 points.

One step away from the three winners is the legend of the Soviet and world ski tracks Raisa Smetanina. A native of the Komi Republic, she started skiing from early childhood, and as a result, by the end of her career, she ran into 10 Olympic medals of various denominations. At the Winter Olympics, only the great Norwegians won more awards, the winners of the two previous ratings Bjorn Daly and Ole Einar Bjoerndalen. Among women, Smetanina still shares the record only with Stefania Belmondo and the great Marit Bjergen. This female skier is kind, persistent and really beautiful. She is worth your attention and recognition because Raisa is a woman of a combination of the perfect beauty with the rich and powerful inner world.

3. Larisa Lazutina (USSR, Russian Federation)

Olympic Games: 5-time winner (Albertville-1992, Lillehammer-1994, 3 - Nagano-1998), as well as silver and bronze medalist of Nagano-1998. Points: 63. World Championship: 11-time champion (1987, 2-1993, 4-1995, 1997, 2-1999, 2001), silver medalist of Falun 1993, 2-time winner of bronze medals (1987, 2001). Points: 63. World Cup: 2-time winner in the seasons 1989/1990 and 1997/1998. Points: 20. Total: 146 points.

The beauty of Russian women is known all over the world but this is not the only reason they can be praised for. The next woman we are going to talk about is one of the representatives of the golden era of Russian skiing. Larisa Lazutina opens the three leaders of our rating. In the 90s of the last century, she was a member of the Russian national team, along with her friends Lyubov Egorova and Elena Vyalbe, winning medals at almost every major start. Especially exciting was the moment when Lazutina succeeded in the 1995 World Championships in Thunder Bay and the 1998 Olympics in Nagano, where she collected an impressive collection of medals. Unfortunately, the doping scandal put an end to the career of this women skier. The unpleasant situation happened at the Salt Lake Olympics, as a result, she was deprived of the gold medal won for 30 kilometers and two silver medals.

2. Elena Vyalbe (USSR, Russian Federation)

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Olympic Games: 3-time champion (Albertville-1992, Lillehammer-1994, Nagano-1998), 4-time bronze medalist (4 - Albertville-1992). Points: 50. World Championship: 14-time winner (2-1989, 3-1991, 2-1993, 2-1995, 5-1997), 3-time winner of silver medals (1989, 1991, 1995). Points: 82. World Cup: 5 times excelled in the overall standings according to the results of the seasons 1988/1989, 1990/1991, 1991/1992, 1994/1995, 1996/1997. Points: 50. Total: 182 points.

The second place in the ranking is occupied by the best, according to many authoritative experts, skier Elena Vyalbe. The 90s in the world of women's skiing are called the "Vyalbe era" because the dominance of this legendary female skier was obvious. 5 World Cups (a record by the way), 14 victories at the World Championships, including an absolute victory in Trondheim in 1997 with five gold medals, and recognition of greatness by the global ski community speak about Elena Valerievna's career for herself. The only thing that Vyalbe may regret is the lack of personal Olympic gold medals. The relations between the great skier and the Olympics somehow did not work out because of truly fatal bad luck, judge for yourself: she missed Calgary 1988 because of her son, in Albertville she won 4 bronze medals, Lillehammer 1994 turns out to be blurred due to the illness she had suffered the day before and the same scourge haunts her in 1998. It seems to be just some kind of evil rock! But even despite the lack of personal Olympic victories, Elena Vyalbe is a legend in skiing, and this is undeniable.

1. Marit Björgen (Norway)

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Olympic Games: 6-time champion (3 - Vancouver 2010, 3 - Sochi-2014), 3-time silver medalist (Salt Lake City-2002, Turin-2006, Vancouver-2010), winner of the Vancouver 2010 bronze medal. Points: 89. World Championship: 15-time winner (2003, 3-2005, 4-2011, 4-2013, 2-2015, 2017), 5-time winner of silver awards (2003, 2005, 2011, 2013, 2015), 3-time bronze medalist (2005, 2-2007). Points: 101. World Cup: 4 wins in the seasons 2004/2005, 2005/2006, 2011/2012, 2014/2015. Points: 40. Total: 230 points.

The most titled skier in history is the great Norwegian Marit Björgen! Björgen, by far the best racer of the last decade, has recently set an amazing record, becoming the world champion for the 15th time in her career. She is also a champion among women in the number of medals won at the Winter Olympics (10, along with Raisa Smetanina and Stefania Belmondo), in the number of Olympic “gold” (6, along with Lyubov Egorova and Lidia Skoblikova), as well as in the number of victories at the stages World Cup (107), both among women and men! Actually, all of the above achievements speak for themselves, and there’s nothing more to add to them, except to enhance the legendary status, Marit Bjergen herself will replenish her already impressive collection with a couple more titles at the World Ski Championships in Lahti. She is an example of how cold Scandinavian beauty combines with no less strong power of wit and persistence. Such women are definitely worth seeing and admiring.

We have based our list on the professional achievements of female skiers from all over the globe whose peaks of the career happened to be at different times, places and circumstances. Any of these factors doesn't make these pretty women less powerful or interesting. Their life is a long competition as such but they prove them after any challenge you should keep going and stay beautiful!

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