2010 ESPY Awards Results and Winners

the_espysEach Year ESPN hands out its ESPY Awards to celebrate their legacy as a sports channel. It was first handed out in 1993 and is now on its 18th year.
The 2010 ESPY Awards were handed out July 14 with actor and comedian Seth Meyers as the host.
Here is the list of winners:
  • Arthur Ashe Courage Award – Family of Ed Thomas
  • Best Female Athlete – Lindsey Vonn (Skier)
  • Best Male Athlete – Drew Brees (American Football)
  • Best Breakthrough Athlete – Chris Johnson (Tennessee Titans, NFL)
  • Best Championship Performance – Drew Brees (Super Bowl XLIV, Feb 17, 2010)
  • Best Coach/Manager – Phil Jackson (LA Lakers, NBA)
  • Best Female College Athlete – Maya Moore (University of Connecticut Huskies, Basketball)
  • Best Male College Athlete – John Wall (University of Kentucky Wildcats, Basketball)
  • Best Comeback Athlete – Kim Clijsters (Belgium, Tennis)
  • Best Female Athlete with a Disability – Amy Palmiero-Winters (Track and Field)
  • Best Male Athlete with a Disability – Steve Cash (Ice Sledge Hockey)
  • Best Game – Winter Olympics Men’s Hockey Gold Medal Game (Feb 28, 2010)
  • Best Upset – 2010 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball TournamentĀ second round
  • Best Moment – Match at theĀ 2010 FIFA World Cup between the United States and Algeria
  • Best Record-Breaking Performance – John Isner (US) versus Nicolas Mahut (France) (Wimbledon, Longest Professional Tennis Match)
  • Best Sports Movie – The Blind Side (starring Sandra Bullock)
  • Outstanding Team – New Orleans Saints (NFL)