Sporting Stars Who Were Born To Be Athletes

Sporting Stars Who Were Born To Be Athletes

When it comes to sports, it is either you have it, or you do not. While some work tirelessly to increase their athletic ability, some simply seem to have been born with it.

Throughout sports, some individuals have performed exceptionally, making them household names. Many of these names are now subject to these bets requested from Sky Bet as sport becomes more prominent in the gambling industry with the viewership and spectator interaction involved in it.

The athletes that are household names go the extra mile with their craft, and you may find it hard to believe that they were not born with a natural gift of sporting excellence. Let’s take a look at some incredible athletes making waves mostly in the world of football, basketball, and tennis.


Lionel Messi: You cannot talk about football/soccer without hearing this name. The Barcelona player has spent his pro career with the team, winning six Golden Boot awards for being the top scorer of five major European leagues. The Argentinian has also won six Ballon d’Or awards as the world’s top player. He has also contributed to his home country’s success in football, leading Argentina to the 2014 World Cup final.

Cristiano Ronaldo: This is another giant in the football arena, and it is also difficult not to hear his name in an argument about football. He has five Ballon d’Ors, four of which he won consecutively. The Portuguese player worked at Real Madrid for a while before being moved to Juventus, earning then a title in his first year there.


Kobe Bryant: Even in his death, the name Kobe Bryant still ignites a passion for the game. The American player started his career from high school and played professionally for the Lakers for 20 seasons. He was an All-Star 18 times, a member of the All-Defensive Team 12 times, was NBA Most Valuable Player in 2008 and won five NBA championships. It is not surprising that he was considered one of the greatest players of all time with these and more titles to his name.

LeBron James: James has made a name for himself both on and off the court with his skill and personality. He has played eight NBA finals, won three titles, an Olympic gold medal in 2012, and been voted MVP twice. Outside the court, James has been and still is vocal about political and social issues, making sure to voice out his opinion and contribute to making things better.


Serena Williams: If you do not know who this woman is, then you might have been living under a rock. She is a resilient player that does not allow anything to get in the way of her success, be it age, sex, or race. She has 23 grand slams to her name, with Olympic golds in both doubles and singles as well. She is an inspiration to many, and her effort and contribution to her craft cannot be denied.


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