The 38 International Women's Day (March 8th) is a global day to commemorate women's achievements in the social, economic, cultural and political fields.
Today, we have the honour to introduce 6 outstanding female athletes in the sports field.
By virtue of their sheer tenacity, diligence and self-confidence, they have successfully pioneered the worldwide development of women (and men) around the world.
We salute them!
Known as "the most representative MMA (mixed martial arts) female athlete", it is also the first female athlete to bring female mixed martial arts to the mainstream audience.
Gina, born in April 16, 1982, was a mixed martial arts female athlete, to be said to be the most popular professional athlete of the female MMA (mixed martial arts movement). In her mixed martial arts career, she has a record of 7 wins and 1 losses.
When Carano started her mixed martial arts, he began to play Thai boxing as a MMA event. He also participated in competitions such as Strikeforce and EliteXC. In 2008, she was named "the most beautiful woman in America" by Big Biz magazine. It was also named by YAHOO as "one of the ten biggest women in 2008".
The first Asian Tennis Professional Tournament won the Slam singles championship.
Li Na was born in Wuhan, Hubei, China in February 26, 1982. In her career, Li Na won 7 WTA singles and two singles Championships in the 2011 French Open and the 2014 Australian Open. These efforts made her the first tennis Grand Slam singles champion in Asia.
Her victory sparked a massive increase in the number of tennis players in East Asia, and won her reputation as a pioneer and pioneer of Asian Tennis.
One of the five legendary elders - the remnants of the Qing Dynasty Shaolin Temple.
Wu Ming - the daughter of the emperor of the Ming Dynasty - is known as the martial arts W M M iP (I), the founder of Wing Chun, dragons, white crane, and Wu Ge Hong Quan. She is the head of Shaolin martial arts, Wudang martial arts and Yue Fei family style Yue Jia Quan.
The first woman racing driver in the NASCAR Winston cup, Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500.
Janet Guthrie was already a very qualified pilot and an aerospace engineer when she opened the professional racing competition. Guthrie spent a lot of time in the last 20 years to prove his racing skills, and has been slowly rising in popularity.
Regardless of any ridicule and serious blow, Guthrie finally became the most famous traffic jam driver and got a place in the international racing Hall of fame.
One of the most influential and popular skateboards in 1960s was also the first female athlete to join the skateboard Hall of fame.
Patti McGee1945 was born in August 23rd with the United States, and became the first national skateboard champion woman in Santa Monica in 1965. Her first skateboard was a pair of skates her brother made for herself.
Her second skateboard is the famous American Bun Buster skateboard. After joining the Cooley team, Patti used her Bun Buster skateboard to get a world record for the girls skateboard at 47 miles per hour during the 1964 World Youth fair, held by Dick Clark at the exhibition fair in Orange County, California, to get the fastest skateboard for professional skateboards. Speed of fame.
The greatest female table tennis player in history.
Born in Beijing in October 5, 1981, Zhang Yining won the first place in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) from 2003 to 2009, and has always been the backbone of the women's table tennis. She has four Olympic gold medals, ten world championships and four World Cup championships.
During the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, she was called "yellow beast" by commentators.
In fact, there are many women who have made remarkable achievements in sports and many other fields. We do not mention them today.
These women leaders are only a very small part, but they are a special woman leader in JSML's small team, so we want to share with you with the opportunity today.