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Circa at the ESPY Awards

Stars and athletes shared their favorite sports moments at the 25th ESPY Awards


The 25th ESPY Awards were held Wednesday night in downtown Los Angeles. Presented by ABC and ESPN, the ESPYS honor individual and team athletic achievement in sports from the previous calendar year. Super Bowl champion and future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning took the stage as the ESPY host and displayed a bit of his comedic side throughout the show.

A few big winners from last night's award show were NFL Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who came away with two ESPYS; U.S. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, also with two; and swimmer Michael Phelps, who broke his own record for most individual gold and Olympic medals in history.

Here are your 2017 ESPY Award winners:

Best Male Athlete
Russell Westbrook, NBA

Best Female Athlete
Simone Biles, Gymnastics

Best Championship Performance
Kevin Durant, NBA

Best Breakthrough Athlete
Dak Prescott, NFL

Best Record-Breaking Performance
Michael Phelps extends his own record of most gold medals/most Olympic medals

Best MLB Player
Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels

Best NHL Player
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins

Best Upset
Mississippi State defeats Connecticut, Women's NCAA Basketball Final Four

Best Game
Patriots vs. Falcons, Super Bowl

Best Comeback Athlete
Jordy Nelson, NFL

Best Play
Aaron Rodgers to Jared Cook

Best Team
Golden State Warriors, NBA

Best International Athlete
Usain Bolt, Track & Field

Best Driver
Lewis Hamilton, Formula One

Best NBA Player
LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

Best WNBA Player
Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks

Best Fighter
Demetrious Johnson, MMA

Best Male Golfer
Sergio Garcia

Best Female Golfer
Ariya Jutanugarn

Best Male Tennis Player
Roger Federer

Best Female Tennis Player
Serena Williams

Best Male College Athlete
DeShaun Watson, Clemson football

Best Female College Athlete
Kelly Barnhill, Florida softball

Best Male Action Sports Athlete
Mark McMorris, Snowboard

Best Female Action Sports Athlete
Anna Gasser, Snowboard

Best Jockey
John Velasquez

Best Male Athlete With a Disability
Steve Serio, Wheelchair Basketball

Best Female Athlete With a Disability
Becca Meyers, Swimming

Best Bowler
Jason Belmonte

Best MLS Player
David Villa, New York City FC

Best Female US Olympic Athlete
Simone Biles, Gymnastics

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