Love it leave it, this ALS Ice Bucket Challenge craze isn’t out of gas just yet. We’ve all got at least another week (and probably more) of our social media feeds being nothing but videos of people dumping buckets of water on their heads.
That being the case, it’s about time somebody weeds out all the dumb videos and curates a list of the good ones. So to that end, here is a list of notable female sports personalities taking the challenge. If you have to watch any more ice bucket challenge videos, it might as well be these.
Take a look…
Up first we have former fitness competitor-turned-former WWE Diva-turned-former Playboy model-turned-current Alex Rodriguez girlfriend Torrie Wilson. Or at least, I think she's the current girlfriend of Alex Rodriguez. It's hard to tell these things sometimes.
As you can see, current WWE Diva/Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon accepted Torrie Wilson's challenge and in turn challenged pretty much everybody.
I especially like the way she throws a little wrestlin' trash talk into her video.
Laura Robson isn't a tennis superstar, but the 20-year-old is pretty popular among British tennis fans for winning silver in mixed doubles at the 2012 London Games and—let's face it—for being cute).
As you can see, she challenged Rory McIlroy's ex-fiancée, Carolien Wozniacki. And you'll be happy to hear Wozniacki accpeted...
Unfortunately, it seems Serena Williams missed the 24 hour deadline for accepting Caroline's challenge, and she's likely going to miss the deadline for accepting the challenge of our next female tennis player, too...
At time of writing, Anna's video is 23 hours old. So I guess Serena just isn't into doing whatever the internet tells her to do.
Hey, remember the Sochi Olympics? Yeah, American figure skater Gracie Gold didn't win.
Gave a hell of an effort, though.
I decided not to include WAGs on this list because it seems like a stretch to call them "sports personalities." However, Kate Upton isn't just a WAG. She's also a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model. And in my book, anybody who appears in the pages of Sports Illustrated is a sports personality.
You know what I just said about Justin Verlander's girlfriend? That ditto that for Andy Roddick's wife, Brooklyn Decker. She wears swimming suits in Sports Illustrated, so obviously she's a sports personality.
Here we have Nikki Bella, one half of the WWE's famous nip slip twins. (Nikki and her sister Brie have a history of wardrobe issues, in case you didn't know.)
Unlike Caroline Wozniacki and Anna Ivanovich, Sloane Stephens actually used ice in her ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
You would think every single cheerleading squad in the NFL would have taken the challenge by now. But at time of writing, that's not the case.
The DCCs took the challenge, though...sans ice.
Hey, remember McKayla Maroney, the "not impressed" girl from the 2012 London Summer Games? Well, she's 18 now, which means she's way past her gymnastics prime. But she's just coming into her own as a social media celebrity.
Meghan Hardin is a hot professional golfer.
I put "hot" before the "professional golfer" part not to be shallow, but because that honestly seems to be what she's going for.
Hell, you just watched the video. You know what I'm talking about.
I don't speak Spanish, but I'm pretty sure Paraguayan Olympic javelin thrower Leryn Franco challenged Horacio Cartes, the president of Paraguay.
Please confirm or deny, Spanish speakers.
Of all the attractive female sports personalities on this list, nobody puts on shameless display of pure sexiness better than UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste.
American soccer star Sydney Leroux took the challenge, just like her pal Alex Morgan. But she took things to the next level by putting on a shower cap and dunking her whole body in cold water.
Last but not least we have pro surfer Anastasia Ashley. She gets the top spot because, of all the women on this list, she's the only she knows the pain of ALS first hand.
Ashley's mother lost a three-year battle with ALS in 2008, and for a long time she kept that family tragedy private. However, now she's going public, using her personal story to help raise awareness. And that's awesome.
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