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Present: Maria Sharapova
The leggy blonde princess of modern tennis.
Past: Chris Evert
The prom queen of Wimbledon back in the 70s and early 80s
Present: Danica Patrick
A racy lady in every sense – she could be the first woman to win the Indy 500.
Past: Florence Griffith-Joyner
She was the fastest woman in the world in her day – her nails often reached the finish line first.
Present: Jade Johnson
One of Britain’s biggest hopes for 2012 has a lot of support behind her.
Past: Sharron Davies
The golden girl of British swimming as a teenager, she still whips on her costume now and then.
Present: Zara Phillips
She may have blue blood but the reigning BBC Sports Personality of the Year catches the eye.
Past: Suzanne Dando
Did you watch Olympic gymnastics in the 1980s? Thought so. Could it be because of plucky Brit Suzanne?
Present: Natalie Gulbis
Top golfers don’t all look like Monty and John Daly, you know
Past: Katarina Witt
From the Trabant-heavy streets of the DDR to the pages of Playboy, 80s icon Katarina took a lengthy journey.
Present: Yelena Isinbayeva
Russia’s all-conquering pole vault champion attends so many awards ceremonies it’s surprising she wasn’t at the Brits.
Past: Anna Kournikova
She never won much on the court but made a mint off it thanks to her post-Soviet saucy Russian charm.
Present: Sasha Cohen
The darling of the ice rinks, her Winona-esque cuteness has made her a fans’ favourite.
Past: Merlene Ottey
The epitome of athletic womanhood, Ottey’s statuesque form dominated the sprint scene for two decades.
Present: Ana Ivanovic
Our tip for tennis’s next lads’ mag darling: Serbia’s raven-haired beauty who can play a bit too.