Thursday, July 15, 2010

ESPY Awards 2010 Winners

ESPY Awards 2010 Winners. Here are the winners at the 18th annual ESPY Awards presented Wednesday: The ESPY Awards was televised live on ESPN, July 14, 2010, 9PM/ET (Wednesday) at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. See the winners below.

See the 2010 ESPY Awards nominees HERE

The Winners at the 18th annual ESPY Awards:


Male Athlete: Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

Female Athlete: Lindsey Vonn, skiing

Team: New Orleans Saints

Coach-Manager: Phil Jackson, Los Angeles Lakers

Breakthrough Athlete: Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans

Game: Canada vs. US, men's hockey Olympic gold medal game

Record-breaking Performance: John Isner vs. Nicolas Mahut, longest match in tennis history at Wimbledon

Championship Performance: Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

Play: Brett Favre pass to Greg Lewis, Minnesota Vikings

Moment: Landon Donovan, World Cup soccer, U.S. vs. Algeria

Upset: Northern Iowa upsets No. 1 seed Kansas in men's NCAA basketball tourney

Sports Movie: "The Blind Side"

Male College Athlete: John Wall, Kentucky basketball

Female College Athlete: Maya Moore, Connecticut basketball

Male Action Sport Athlete: Shaun White, skateboarding-snowboading

Female Action Sport Athlete: Torah Bright, snowboarding

Baseball Player: Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals

NBA Player: Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

WNBA Player: Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury

NFL Player: Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

NHL Player: Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins

MLS Player: Landon Donovan, Los Angeles Galaxy

Bowler: Walter Ray Williams Jr.

Driver: Jimmie Johnson

Fighter: Floyd Mayweather

Male Golfer: Phil Mickelson

Female Golfer: Lorena Ochoa

Jockey: Calvin Borel

Male Tennis Player: Roger Federer

Female Tennis Player: Serena Williams

Track and Field Athlete: Usain Bolt

Male Olympian: Shaun White, skateboarding-snowboarding

Female Olympian: Lindsey Vonn, skiing

Male Athlete with a Disability: Steve Cash, hockey

Female Athlete with a Disability: Amy Palmiero-Winters, track and field

Performance Under Pressure: Landon Donovan, soccer

Comeback: Kim Clijsters, tennis

College Athletic Program: Duke men's athletics and Stanford women's athletics

Arthur Ashe Courage Award: the family of Ed Thomas

Jimmy V ESPY for Perserverance: George Karl, Denver Nuggets coach