ESPYS 2023 Winners

ESPYS 2023 Winners

Best Athlete, Men’s Sports 

Nikola Jokić – Denver Nuggets

Aaron Judge – New York Yankees

Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs

Lionel Messi – Argentina

 

Best Athlete, Women’s Sports 

Mikaela Shiffrin – Ski

Sophia Smith – Portland Thorns

Iga Świątek – Tennis

A’ja Wilson – Las Vegas Aces

Best Breakthrough Athlete

Caitlin Clark – Iowa Women’s Basketball

Brock Purdy – San Francisco 49ers

Angel Reese – LSU Women’s Basketball

Julio Rodríguez – Seattle Mariners

 

Best Record-Breaking Performance

Novak Djokovic

LeBron James

Mikaela Shiffrin 

Max Verstappen

 

Best Championship Performance

Leon Edwards – UFC 

Nikola Jokić – Denver Nuggets  

Lionel Messi – Argentina 

Rose Zhang – LPGA

 

Best Comeback Athlete 

Jon Jones, UFC 

Jamal Murray – Denver Nuggets

Alyssa Thomas – Connecticut Sun

Justin Verlander – Current New York Mets / Houston Astros 

 

Best Play

Michael Block Hole – Golf 

Justin Jefferson  – NFL

Ally Lemos  – NCAA

Trinity Thomas – NCAA

 

Best Team 

Denver Nuggets – NBA

Georgia Bulldogs – NCAA Football

Kansas City Chiefs –  NFL

Las Vegas Aces – WNBA

Louisiana State Tigers – NCAA Women’s Basketball

Oklahoma Sooners – NCAA Softball

Vegas Golden Knights – NHL

 

Best College Athlete, Men’s Sports 

Zach Edey – Purdue Men’s Basketball

Duncan McGuire – Creighton Soccer

Brennan O’Neill – Duke Lacrosse

Caleb Williams – USC Football

 

Best College Athlete, Women’s Sports

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Jordy Bahl – Oklahoma Softball

Caitlin Clark – Iowa Women’s Basketball

Izzy Scane – Northwestern Lacrosse

Trinity Thomas – Florida Gators Gymnastics

 

Best Athlete With a Disability 

Erica McKee – Sled Hockey Team

Zach Miller – Snowboarding

Aaron Pike – Wheelchair Racing & Cross-Country Skiing

Susannah Scaroni – Wheelchair Racing

 

Best NFL Player

Nick Bosa – San Francisco 49ers

Jalen Hurts – Philadelphia Eagles

Justin Jefferson – Minnesota Vikings

Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs

 

Best MLB Player

Paul Goldschmidt – St. Louis Cardinals

Aaron Judge – New York Yankees

Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels

Justin Verlander – Houston Astros

 

Best NHL Player

Jonathan Marchessault – Vegas Golden Knights

Connor McDavid – Edmonton Oilers

David Pastrňák – Boston Bruins

Linus Ullmark – Boston Bruins

 

Best NBA Player

Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat

Joel Embiid – Philadelphia 76ers

Nikola Jokić – Denver Nuggets

Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics

 

Best WNBA Player

Skylar Diggins-Smith – Phoenix Mercury

Candace Parker – Chicago Sky (Current Las Vegas Aces)

Breanna Stewart – Seattle Storm (Current New York Liberty)

A’ja Wilson – Las Vegas Aces

 

Best Driver 

Brittany Force – NHRA

Kyle Larson – NASCAR

Josef Newgarden – IndyCar

Max Verstappen – F1

 

Best UFC Fighter

Leon Edwards

Jon Jones

Islam Makhachev

Amanda Nunes

 

Best Boxer 

Gervonta Davis

Devin Haney

Claressa Shields

Shakur Stevenson

 

Best Soccer Player 

Aitana Bonmatí – Spain/Barcelona

Erling Haaland – Norway/Manchester City

Lionel Messi – Argentina/PSG

Sophia Smith – USWNT/Portland Thorns

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Best Golfer

Wyndham Clark

Nelly Korda

Jon Rahm

Scottie Scheffler

 

Best Tennis Player

Carlos Alcaraz

Novak Djokovic

Aryna Sabalenka

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