03 July 2013 18:30 | By Alyssa Woo
Sportswomen's Endorsements: Are these 10 vanity projects?

We take a look at athletes who ventured into 'selling' themselves, putting their names and mugs on anything and everything from nail polish to clothing. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game?



We take a look at athletes who ventured into 'selling' themselves, putting their names and mugs on anything and everything from nail polish to clothing. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© TIM WIMBORNE/Newscom/RTR)
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  • We take a look at athletes who ventured into 'selling' themselves, putting their names and mugs on anything and everything from nail polish to clothing. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© TIM WIMBORNE/Newscom/RTR)
  • Athletes who venture out into the arena of business, putting their name on anything and everything from nail polishes to clothes. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© Getty Images)
  • We take a look at athletes who ventured into 'selling' themselves, putting their names and mugs on anything and everything from nail polish to clothing. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© ASSOCIATED PRESS)
  • Athletes who venture out into the arena of business, putting their name on anything and everything from nail polishes to clothes. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© Getty Images)
  • Athletes who venture out into the arena of business, putting their name on anything and everything from nail polishes to clothes. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© ASSOCIATED PRESS)
  • Athletes who venture out into the arena of business, putting their name on anything and everything from nail polishes to clothes. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)
  • Athletes who venture out into the arena of business, putting their name on anything and everything from nail polishes to clothes. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© Todd Williamson/Invision/AP)
  • Athletes who venture out into the arena of business, putting their name on anything and everything from nail polishes to clothes. Is it a vanity project or are they really changing the game? (© Henry Lamb/Photowire/BEI/Rex Fea)
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1. Alicia Sacramone

This young and beautiful former US gymnast fronted the CoverGirl makeup campaign in 2008 with two of her teammates.

In 2009, she appeared in Gatorade advertisements and in 2011, signed an endorsement deal with sports apparel Under Armour.

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