Wonder Women: Portia Woodman

It’s nearly impossible not to be dazzled by the team’s display of grit and sheer excellence. Plus, with superstar try scorer Portia Woodman, it’s no wonder the Ferns are one of the best teams in the world.

Wonder Women: Eileen Gu

Now, with two gold medals and a bronze from her impressive 2021 X Games debut — becoming the first woman to medal three times as a rookie — all eyes will be on her at the 2022 Winter Olympics.

Wonder Women: Naomi Osaka

Even if you barely follow tennis, chances are you may have come across the 23-year-old sensation at some point. Her victory over Serena Williams in the 2018 U.S. Open final thrusted her into the national spotlight, and she’s only been adding to her titles since then.

Wonder Women: Ashima Shiraishi

If you’ve bought a CLIF BAR recently, you may have noticed that the iconic brand has released limited packaging featuring six world-class women athletes. One of those athletes is Ashima Shiraishi, a remarkable 19-year old Japanese American rock-climber who many refer to as the future of the sport.

Wonder Women: Tatyana McFadden

Wheelchair racer Tatyana McFadden may be the closest person to an actual superhero that this column will cover. Many refer to her as the fastest woman in the world, and she certainly has the accolades to support it.

Wonder Women: Breanna Stewart

In honor of the Seattle Storm’s thrilling Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) Finals win on Oct. 6, this week’s spotlight is on two-time Most Valuable Player (MVP) Breanna “Stewie” Stewart. The forward brought home the hardware this season after a dominating run against the Las Vegas Aces.

Wonder Women: Christen Press

In many ways, one could describe striker Christen Press' journey to the U.S. national team as a true underdog story.