2011 Espy Awards Winners

July 14, 2011 by Post Team 

2011 Espy Awards Winners2011 Espy Awards Winners, Seth Meyers as the host of the ESPY Awards last night and shook countless jokes about the fiasco of patients Dodgers and financial kissing couple in Vancouver, there were other highlights of the night. If it was Lindsey Vonn’s request for a photo with Justin Bieber, Serena Williams nod to female sport par excellence or the comic timing of Justin Timberlake, it’s all good. See the winners after the jump!
When tennis sensation Serena took the floor to open Brooklyn Decker present the best female athlete, Serena said: “When I was little girls who played sports were called Tomboys.” She went onto say “how far female athletes have come.”

On a lighter note, Justin Timberlake joined the scene with Aaron Rodgers to present the Best Male Athlete College. During the little funny, Justin said, “You and me. ‘Dream Team’. Together again. What a journey we have been. All the way to the Super Bowl and won it! We did. We won!”

Aaron said: “I do not know what you’re talking about,” and Justin tried to remember, “Do you remember the man! It all started here at the ESPYs” After showing a video of Justin and Aaron at the 2010 ESPY, Justin said: “Look, do not you remember? He said that the focus and then did so and then won the Super Bowl and the two went to Disneyworld together. I remember that day? No? You were afraid of teacups, and held your hand? And we had cotton candy of the same stick and two-met Cinderella. It was magical. ”
On that note, without further ado, here are the winners of the 2011 ESPY Award!

Arthur Ashe Courage Award
Dewey Bozell

Jimmy V. Perseverance Award
Anthony Robles

Best comeback
Mark Herzlich

Best Female Athlete
Lindsey Vonn, Olympic skier

Best Male Athlete
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks

Best Time
Roy Halladay postseason no-hitter

Best Team
Dallas Mavericks

Best Coach / Manager
Rick Carlisle, Dallas Mavericks

The best game
Giants vs. Eagles

Championship Best Performance
Tim Thomas, Boston Bruins

The best game
Amy Wambach, the goal of the Women’s World Cup

Best discomfort
VCU Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament run

Best athlete development
Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers

Best breakthrough performance
Rory McIlroy

Best sports movie
The Fighter

Best male college athlete
Jimma Fredette, BYU Basketball

Best college athlete
Maya Moore, Connecticut Women’s Basketball

Best Male Athlete with a disability
Anthony Robles, wrestling

Best Female Athlete with a disability
Mallory Weggemann, swimming

Best MLB player
Roy Halladay, the Philadelphia Phillies

Best NBA player
Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks

Player of the WNBA
Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury

Best player in the NFL
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

Best player in the NHL
Tim Thomas, Boston Bruins

MLS Player of the
Landon Donovan, Los Angeles Galaxy

Best Male Action Sports Athlete
Shaun White Skate / Snowboard

Best Action Sports Athlete
Stephanie Gilmore, Surfing

Best bowler
Jason Belmonte

Best driver
Jimmie Johnson

Best fighter
Manny Pacquiao

The best male golfer
Rory McIlroy

The best female golfer
Cristie Kerr

Top jockey
John Velazquez

The best male tennis player
Rafael Nadal

The best female tennis player
Serena Williams

Best track and field athlete
Tyson Gay

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