first_img Best International Men’s Soccer PlayerLionel Messi, ArgentinaCristiano Ronaldo, PortugalKylian Mbappe, FranceVirgil van Dijk, NetherlandsWinner: Lionel Messi, ArgentinaBest International Women’s Soccer PlayerPernille Harder, DenmarkAda Hegerberg, NorwaySam Kerr, AustraliaLucy Bronze, EnglandWinner: Sam Kerr, AustraliaBest NFL PlayerPatrick Mahomes, Kansas City ChiefsAaron Donald, Los Angeles RamsTodd Gurley, Los Angeles RamsDrew Brees, New Orleans SaintsWinner: Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City ChiefsBest MLB PlayerMookie Betts, Red SoxChristian Yelich, Milwaukee BrewersJacob DeGrom, New York MetsBlake Snell, Tampa Bays RaysWinner: Christian Yelich, Milwaukee BrewersBest NHL PlayerNikita Kucherov, Tampa Bay LightningConnor McDavid, Edmonton OilersNathan McKinnon, Colorado AvalancheAlexander Ovechkin, Washington CapitalsWinner: Alexander Ovechkin, Washington CapitalsBest DriverLewis Hamilton, F1Steve Torrence, NHRAScott Dixon, IndyKyle Busch, NASCARWinner: Kyle Busch, NASCARBest NBA PlayerGiannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee BucksJames Harden, Houston RocketsKevin Durant, Golden State WarriorsPaul George, Oklahoma City ThunderWinner: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee BucksBest WNBA PlayerBreanna Stewart, Seattle StormDiana Taurasi, Phoenix MercuryElena Delle Donne, Washington MysticsCandace Parker, Los Angeles SparksWinner: Breanna Stewart, Seattle StormBest BoxerCanelo AlvarezVasiliy LomachenkoOleksandr UsykTerence CrawfordWinner: Canelo AlvarezBest MMA FighterIsrael AdesanyaDaniel CormierHenry CejudoAmanda NunesWinner: Daniel CormierBest Male GolferBrooks KoepkaTiger WoodsJustin RoseFrancesco MolinariWinner: Brooks KoepkaBest Female GolferAriya JutanugarnBrooke HendersonJin-Young KoSung Hyun ParkWinner: Brooke HendersonBest Male Tennis PlayerNovak DjokovicRafael NadalRoger FedererStefanos TsitsipasWinner: Roger FedererBest Female Tennis PlayerNaomi OsakaSimona HalepSerena WilliamsPetra KvitovaWinner: Serena WilliamsBest Male Action Sports AthleteNyjah Houston, United States, skateboardScotty James, Australia, snowboardTom Pagès, France, freestyle motocrossGabriel Medina, Brazil, surfWinner: Nyjah Houston, United States, skateboardBest Female Action Sports AthleteKelly Sidaru, Estonia, skiChloe Kim, United States, snowboardZoi Sadowski-Synnott, New Zealand, snowboardStephanie Gilmore, Australia, surfWinner: Chloe Kim, United States, snowboardHere’s the moment Chloe Kim found out she won the ESPY for Best Female Action Sports Athlete 🏆 #ESPYS— ESPYS (@ESPYS) July 10, 2019Best JockeyIrad Ortiz Jr.Mike SmithFlorent GerouxJose OrtizWinner: Mike SmithBest Male Athlete with a DisabilityMark Barr, triathlonDeclan Farmer, hockeyDaniel Romanchuk, marathon racingOz Sanchez, cyclingWinner: Mark Barr, triathlonBest Female Athlete with a DisabilityOksana Masters, Nordic skiingTatyana McFadden, marathon racingShawn Morelli, cyclingAlyssa Seely triathlonWinner: Alyssa Seely triathlonBest BowlerJason BelmonteNorm DukeAnthony SimonsenJakob ButturffWinner: Norm DukeBest MLS PlayerJosef Martinez, Atlanta UnitedWayne Rooney, D.C. UnitedZlatan Ibrahimovic, L.A. GalaxyAaron Long, N.Y. Red BullsWinner: Zlatan Ibrahimovic, L.A. GalaxyBest NWSL PlayerLindsay Horan, Portland ThornsAdrianna Franch, Portland ThornsSam Kerr, Chicago Red StarsAbby Erceg, North Carolina CourageWinner: Sam Kerr, Chicago Red StarsBest GameLSU defeats Texas A&M 74-72 in 7 OT thrillerRams defeat Chiefs 54-51 on Monday Night FootballNotre Dame defeats UConn 81-76 in Final FourWinner: Rams defeat Chiefs 54-51 on Monday Night FootballBest College AthleteKyler Murray, Oklahoma footballZion Williamson, Duke men’s basketballSabrina Ionescu, Oregon women’s basketballRachel Garcia, UCLA softballWinner: Zion Williamson, Duke men’s basketballBest Record-breaking PerformanceSaints’ Drew Brees becomes all-time passing leaderOregon’s Sabrina Ionescu becomes all-time leader in triple-doublesWarriors’ Klay Thompson sets 3-point record in a game with 14Matthew Boling sets high school track record in 100 metersWinner: Saints’ Drew Brees becomes all-time passing leaderMore hardware for Drew Brees 🏆He wins Best Record-Breaking Performance at the #ESPYS— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 11, 2019Best Play Dolphins’ Miami Miracle downs PatriotsKawhi Leonard’s buzzer-beater ends Philly’s seasonDerrick Henry’s record-setting 99-yard TD runKatelyn Ohashi scores a perfect 10 in floor exercisesWinner: Katelyn Ohashi scores a perfect 10 in floor exercisesBest Viral Sports MomentRudolph “Blaze” Ingram, the seven-year-old running phenomTexas A&M’s Infinite Tucker dives for the goldUCLA’s Katelyn Ohashi scores a perfect 10 in floor exerciseSister Mary Jo delivers a biting curveballWinner: UCLA’s Katelyn Ohashi scores a perfect 10 in floor exerciseBest ComebackWinnder: St. Louis Blues going from worst to first to win the Stanley Cup The best teams, athlete and sports moments over the last year were honored at the 2019 ESPY Awards on Wednesday night.Occurring on one of the two days where no games from any of the four major pro sports are played, the ESPYs have been a staple on the sports calendar since 1993.  This year’s edition featured several big winners including Giannis Antetokounmpo for “Best Male Athlete,” Alex Morgan for “Best Female Athlete” and the U.S. Women’s National Team for “Best Team.”MORE: ESPY Awards 2019: Show time, TV channel, full list of nominees & winners for the ESPYsTracy Morgan hosted this year’s ceremony and it was entertaining as ever.Sporting News kept track of the winners of each award below.2019 ESPY Award winners by categoryBest Male AthletePatrick Mahomes, Kansas City ChiefsMookie Betts, Boston Red SoxGiannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee BucksBrooks Koepka, GolfWinner: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee BucksYour 2019 #ESPYS Best Male Athlete … Giannis Antetokounmpo 🏆— ESPYS (@ESPYS) July 11, 2019Best Female AthleteBreanna Stewart, Seattle StormSimone Biles, GymnastAlex Morgan, USWNTMikaela Shiffrin, US SkiingWinner: Alex Morgan, USWNT”Sorry, but this is probably the second-best trophy we won this week.”We see you, @alexmorgan13 🍵— ESPN (@espn) July 11, 2019Best Breakthrough AthleteSaquon Barkley, New York GiantsChristian Yelich, Milwaukee BrewersTrae Young, Atlanta HawksNaomi Osaka, TennisWinner: Saquon Barkley, New York GiantsBest TeamBoston Red Sox, MLBClemson Tigers, NCAA footballNew England Patriots, NFLToronto Raptors, NBABaylor Bears, NCAA women’s basketballVirginia Cavaliers, NCAA men’s basketballU.S. Women’s National Team, soccerWinner: U.S. Women’s National Team, soccerALL THEY DO IS WIN 🏆 #ESPYS— ESPN (@espn) July 11, 2019center_img From worst team in the league in January to Stanley Cup Champions 🏆The St. Louis Blues win the ESPY for Best Comeback.— ESPYS (@ESPYS) July 11, 2019Best UpsetCollege Football – Old Dominion defeats No. 13 Virginia TechU.S. Open – Naomi Osaka defeats Serena WilliamsNHL – Columbus Blue Jackets sweep Tampa Bay LightningBoxing – Andy Ruiz Jr. defeats Anthony JoshuaWinner: Boxing – Andy Ruiz Jr. defeats Anthony JoshuaBest Esports Moment (Finals)oLarry’s return to the NBA 2K League after the Jacksonville shootingNinja Fortnite win with Marshmello at E3 ProAMWinner: oLarry’s return to the NBA 2K League after the Jacksonville shooting​Best WWE MomentRoman Reigns returns to WWE Raw and announces his Leukemia is in remissionBecky Lynch wins both WWE Women’s Championship Titles at Wrestlemania 35Kofi Kingston wins his first WWE Heavyweight Championship Title at Wrestlemania 35Ronda Rousey defeats Alexa Bliss at Summerslam 2018 to win her first RAW Women’s Championship TitleWinner: Roman Reigns returns to WWE Raw and announces his Leukemia is in remissionlast_img

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