I remember the days when you had Tracy Austin, with the pigtails had amazing speed, she even did commercials.
The staying power of some athletes is determined by how many championship they won, and we remember them for their style of play.
Elisha Cuthbert The Calgary-born actress loves hockey — or at least the men who play it.
Cuthbert got engaged last year to Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf, who she started dating in 2008.
Prior to scoring with Edmonton-born Phaneuf, though, the Happy Endings star had a two-year relationship with NHL star Sean Avery. Hilary Duff The American actress-singer started dating NHL player Mike Comrie in 2007 and married in August 2010.
Edmonton-born Comrie, son of The Brick founder Bill Comrie, played for a number of teams including the New York Islanders and his hometown Oilers.
TORONTO — Despite their busy travel schedules and tendency to be missing teeth, professional hockey players don’t seem to have any trouble scoring themselves famous girlfriends and wives.
Some of these off-ice relationships are enduring (See Wayne Gretzky and actress Janet Jones, who will celebrate their 25th anniversary this summer) and others are decidedly short-term (See Alanis Morissette and ex-Senators player Mike Peluso or tennis pro Anna Kournikova and both Pavel Bure and Sergei Fedorov).Since so many athletes have celebrity lovers, we decided to take a closer look at the relationships between these two groups.Scouring the internet, we collected information on 108 athlete/celebrity relationships, some dating back to the mid-to-late 90’s.but yeah sportswoman are muscely and if i remember correctley, martina navratilova is a lesbian. i think it was the perception at the time.......female athletes were only just beginning to be taken seriously and of the ones i knew who were doing pretty well , they felt that they needed to be " just like the guys" in order to be accepted as serious athletes. The girl athletes back in my school also were far more masculine, but I doubt they were using drugs. Also, people pay far more attention to celebrities than they used to.nowt wrong with thanx for the link, but i dont wanna have a look at hot female tennisplayers. em but one thing, i allways thought they should wear diffrent gear, than them stupid lil skirts.athletes wear would be alot more suited. the girls these days dont have to prove that as a gender they can do it - simply as individuals , just mho Yeah that what I want to hear. So now, celebrities have to pay much more attention to their appearance, and so do tennis stars.His feature, "When athletes are left to their own digital-dating devices," is a fascinating read that gives a good look at how athletes' dating game has changed over the years.