Lolo Jones, Alana Blanchard and Alex Morgan top the list of athletes making AskMen.com's Top 99 Women of 2014.
We have some new faces and unfortunate departures to note from last year's list. Most notably, 2014's ranking is without the likes of Michelle Jenneke, Ronda Rousey or Lindsey Vonn.
Perhaps success in the coming year can bring them back for next year's epic breakdown. As you will see, the sports world is well represented by nine extremely successful women who did more than enough to make Ask Men's Top 99 Women of 2014.
Here is how the website sees things as far as the female contingent dominating sport:
No. 15: Lolo Jones; Ask Men Page for Lolo Jones
She's engaging, hilarious and polarizing. The reason we imagine she landed so high on this list might be because she is highly motivated.
The Summer Olympics have been stingy with their medals, but that hasn't deterred Jones from her dream of bringing home hardware for her country. She just got a tad creative with it, embarking on a completely new endeavor.
The famed hurdler switched to bobsled, put on solid weight for all the pushing she needed to do and won a trip to the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
At some point, we hope she schedules in some rest.
No. 36: Alana Blanchard; Ask Men Page for Alana Blanchard
She is a professional surfer, model and Instagram user who commands the attention of more than 800,000 followers.
If that weren't enough, she moves web traffic thanks to her series "Surfer Girl" on Network A.
No. 45: Alex Morgan; Ask Men Page for Alex Morgan
A list like this just wouldn't be complete without one of the more explosive pieces on attack for the U.S. Women's National team.
At 24, she has already played in a World Cup Final and helped bring home the gold in the 2012 Summer Olympics. Now she leads the charge for her Portland Thorns, providing more than just a familiar face and name, but poise, leadership and an uncanny ability to find the back of the net.
No. 59: Paulina Gretzky; Ask Men Page for Paulina Gretzky
While not an athlete in the typical sense, Gretzky is a familiar name around the sports world, and we aren't merely talking about the fact that her father is the legendary Wayne Gretzky.
Amid her rampant social media posting, she found time to fall in love and get engaged to professional golfer Dustin Johnson.
If you want to see what she's up to, you only need to search the Internet for all of a few seconds and you will no doubt spot her name.
No. 66: Arianny Celeste; Ask Men Page for Arianny Celeste
It's a tad unfair to refer to Celeste as just a UFC Ring Girl, because her personality and image are nearly as embedded into the sport as its fighters.
The sport has helped propel her onto the pages of magazines like Maxim and Playboy.
No. 67: Anastasia Ashley; Ask Men Page for Anastasia Ashley
We have our second surfer on the list, and one who is well decorated since grabbing the title of ASP Triple Crown Rookie of the Year.
No. 78: Hope Solo; Ask Men Page for Hope Solo
Down just a bit from last year when Solo ranked No. 30 on a similar Ask Men ranking. Still, you can't take anything away from one of the fiercest competitors in sports.
The 32-year-old likes to mix it up off the pitch as she did with Julie Foudy when Solo was left off a list of the all-time best XI.
No. 83: Meghan Hardin; Ask Men Page for Meghan Hardin
The young golfer isn't wont of confidence as she so wonderfully displays on her official website, stating, "I am golf. I am the future of golf."
No. 92: Hannah Teter; Ask Men Page for Hannah Teter
Depending on how the Sochi Olympics go, we may see Teter well higher on 2015's list. The Turin gold medalist is hoping to once again feature on the podium at the 2014 Olympics, adding to the silver she also won in Vancouver.
Of course, there is a wealth of women who deserve recognition for all of the hard work and success they enjoyed throughout the year. Perhaps you might remedy that below.
We are slowly inching away from a year in sports that was vibrant and unforgettable, thanks in large part to these few individuals.