List of popular female athletes from Thailand, listed alphabetically with photos when available. Thailand has a rich history of competing in sports, and these are the famous females that make that competition so exciting. Some of the best Thai female athletes in the world are listed below, some of who have represented Thailand in the Olympics. You can click on the names of these talented female athletes of Thailand in order to get more information about each one, such as the birthplace of the athlete and when they were born.
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Tamarine Tanasugarn is a professional Thai tennis player. She was born in Los Angeles, United States, and turned professional in 1994. She has been in the top 20 in both singles and doubles. Tanasugarn's highest Women's Tennis Association world ranking was no. 19, achieved on 13 May 2002, which is the highest ranking ever achieved for a Thai female player. She has won four singles titles and five doubles titles. She was briefly a doubles partner with Maria Sharapova, with whom she won two titles in 2003. Her highest world doubles ranking was no. 15, which she achieved on 13 September 2004. With Liezel Huber, she reached the 2004 US Open doubles quarterfinals, and at the 2011 Wimbledon ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Nationality: United States of America, Thailand
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Udomporn Polsak is a Thai weightlifter. Udomporn Polsak was born in Nakhon Ratchasima. She graduated from the Bangkok College of Physical Education. She won a silver medal in combined lifts at the 2002 Asian Games, bronze at the 2002 World Championships, and gold at the 2003 Southeast Asian Games. At the 2003 World Weightlifting Championships in Vancouver, Canada, she won two gold medals, with 1 kg in snatching and 0.5 kg total. She was named 2003 Thai Athlete of the Year by the Sports Authority of Thailand. At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens she became the first Thai woman to win an Olympic gold medal, with 97.5 kg snatching and 222.5 kg total. She was given the honor to be the torch ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Korat, Thailand, Thailand
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Pawina Thongsuk is a Thai weightlifter. At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens she won an Olympic gold medal, with 122.5 kg snatching and 272.5 kg total in the 75 kg category. In 2005, she won the World Championship in the 63 kg category. In the 2006 Asian Games in Doha she won the gold, as well as set a new world record for the 63 kg female weight class with a clean and jerk of 142 kg. ...more on Wikipedia
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Khassaraporn Suta is a Thai weightlifter who competed in the women's 58 kg at the 2000 Summer Olympics and won the bronze medal with 210.0 kg in total. ...more on Wikipedia