Can You Guess Which Famous Athletes These Babies Grew Up to Be?
Hint: He grew to be over 7-ft. tall, dabbled in hip-hop as a rapper and was inducted into the basketball Hall of Fame alongside Allen Iverson.
Hint: This two-time Olympic medalist and five-time world champion is the youngest of three kids and built her illustrious career on ice. Superfan Jonathan Van Ness from Queer Eye most famously uploaded a video clip of himself sobbing after learning that she had followed him on Instagram.
Hint: The now-father of three has a swimming career so prolific, it borders on Greek mythology. In 2008, he won a record-breaking eight gold medals at the Beijing Olympics, which made him the first swimmer to ever be named Sports Illustrated's sportsman of the year.
Hint: Don't be fooled by her small size. This tiny toddler, seen wrapping her arms around her younger sister, has now won 25 World Championship medals, which is the highest number of championship medals won by any gymnast, EVER.
Let it be known that Simone Biles will forever live on in gymnastics history as one of the best — if not the best — gymnasts this world has ever seen.
Hint: From ball boy beginnings to winning eight Wimbledon trophies, this youngster eventually set the record of being the oldest male tennis player to be ranked at No. 1 in the world at the age of 36.
Hint: She's got a silly side, but her appetite for competition is no joke. She's now a proud three-time Olympic medalist who recently got engaged to another athlete who loves winter sports.
Hint: This adorable baby grew to become known as "The Chosen One." He was drafted into the NBA straight from high school and has gone on to win three NBA Championships — two with the Miami Heat and one with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
LeBron James is his name and he hopes to get his fourth championship ring with his current team, the Los Angeles Lakers.
Hint: This little boy posing sweetly with his sister is now a 2020 basketball Hall of Fame nominee alongside Bill Bertka. He's led the only team he's ever played for, during his 20-year-career, to five championships and has both of his jerseys hanging up at the Staples Center in L.A.
Hint: This cutie patootie eventually won gold for killing it on the balance beam at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Even though she has retired from her sport, she's taken on a whole new role balancing entrepreneurship and mommyhood.
Say hello to Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson, who gave birth to a beautiful baby girl named Drew Hazel in November 2019. Johnson clinched four medals during the 2008 Summer Olympics with the U.S. women’s gymnastics team in Beijing and her fame continued to soar when she won her season of Dancing with the Stars in 2009, after famously missing her prom to compete on the show.
Hint: His real first name is Eldrick and he's considered one of the most famous athletes of all time. He also holds the title of most PGA Tour wins in history (82 to be exact), with the late Sam Snead.