2017 ESPYs: Full List of Winners

Jul 13, 2017  •  Post A Comment

Here’s the list of winners at the 25th ESPYs, held Wednesday, July 12, 2017, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles:

Best Male Athlete — Russell Westbrook, NBA

Best Female Athlete — Simone Biles, Gymnastics

Best Championship Performance — Kevin Durant, NBA Finals

Best Breakthrough Athlete — Dak Prescott, NFL

Best Record-Breaking Performance — Michael Phelps extends his own record of most gold medals/most Olympic medals

Best Upset — Mississippi State defeats Connecticut, Women’s NCAA Basketball Final Four

Best Game — Patriots vs. Falcons, Super Bowl

Best Moment: Chicago Cubs winning the 2016 World Series

Best Coach: Bob Hurley, Sr., St. Anthony High School (Jersey City, N.J.) basketball coach

Best Comeback Athlete — Jordy Nelson, NFL

Best Play — Aaron Rodgers to Jared Cook, Green Bay Packers, NFL divisional round

Best Team — Golden State Warriors, NBA

Best International Athlete — Usain Bolt, Track and Field

Best NFL Player — Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

Best MLB Player — Mike Trout, LA Angels

Best NHL Player — Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins

Best Driver — Lewis Hamilton, Formula One

Best NBA Player — LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Best WNBA Player — Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks

Best Fighter — Demetrious Johnson, MMA

Best Male Golfer — Sergio Garcia

Best Female Golfer — Ariya Jutanugarn

Best Male Tennis Player — Roger Federer

Best Female Tennis Player — Serena Williams

Best Male College Athlete — DeShaun Watson, Clemson football

Best Female College Athlete — Kelly Barnhill, Florida softball

Best Male Action Sports Athlete — Mark McMorris, Snowboard

Best Female Action Sports Athlete — Anna Gasser, Snowboard

Best Jockey — John Velasquez

Best Male Athlete With a Disability — Steve Serio, Wheelchair Basketball

Best Female Athlete With a Disability — Becca Meyers, Swimming

Best Bowler — Jason Belmonte

Best MLS Player — David Villa, New York City FC

Best Male US Olympic Athlete — Michael Phelps, Swimming

Best Female US Olympic Athlete — Simone Biles, Gymnastics

Arthur Ashe Courage Award — Eunice Kennedy Shriver (posthumously)

Pat Tillman Award for Service — Air Force Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro

Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award —  Mark Giordano, Calgary Flames defenseman

Jimmy V Award for Perseverance — Jarrius Robertson

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