2022 ESPYS Hosted By Steph Curry, Here’s The Complete List Of Winners

Yet another award ceremony has lit up the entertainment and sports worlds. The 2022 ESPYS have just concluded as it honored dozens of figures in sports, and they even found our favorite athletes and Hollywood stars taking over The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Steph Curry hosted the star-studded event fresh off of his NBA Championship win with the Golden State Warriors, and the Finals MVP was applauded for holding things down throughout the night.”The ESPYS raises awareness and funds for Foundation for Cancer Research, the charity founded by ESPN and the late basketball coach Jim Valvano at the first ESPYS back in 1993,” a press release reads. Alberto E. Rodriguez / Stringer / Getty ImagesIt continues, “ESPN and the V Foundation have vowed to continue to raise awareness and funds for cancer research until there is victory over cancer. This year, the V Foundation has a generous donor who will be matching gifts to the V Foundation up to a total of $1 million.”It came as no surprise that the Warriors received the award for Best Team—an honor presented by Star Wars actor John Boyega and Rap favorite Lil Wayne. Weezy attended the ceremony with his son Kameron Carter who he shares with Lauren London.The list of winners and honorees is expansive, so we’ll let you take a look at that below.Leon Bennett / Stringer / Getty ImagesLeon Bennett / Stringer / Getty ImagesList of Winners:Best Championship Performance: Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles RamsBest Breakthrough Athlete: Eileen Gu, SkiingBest Athlete, Women’s Sports: Katie LedeckyBest Athlete, Men’s Sports: Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles AngelsBest Record-Breaking Performance: Stephen Curry most 3-pointers made in NBA historyBest Play: Megan Rapinoe Scores from the CornerBest Comeback Athlete: Klay Thompson, Golden State WarriorsBest Team: Golden State WarriorsBest NWSL Player: Ashley Hatch, Washington SpiritBest MLS Player: Carlos Vela, LAFCBest Athlete with a Disability, Men’s Sports: Brad Snyder, ParatriathlonBest Athlete with a Disability, Women’s Sports: Jessica Long, SwimmingBest Athlete, Men’s Action Sports: Eli Tomac, SupercrossBest Athlete, Women’s Action Sports: Eileen Gu, SkiingBest College Athlete, Men’s Sports: Bryce Young, Alabama FootballBest College Athlete, Women’s Sports: Jocelyn Alo, Oklahoma SoftballBest International Athlete, Men’s Soccer: Kylian Mbappé, PSGBest International Athlete, Women’s Soccer: Sam Kerr, ChelseaBest MLB Player: Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles AngelsBest MMA Fighter: Charles OliveiraBest NBA Player: Stephen Curry, Golden State WarriorsBest WNBA Player: Candace Parker, Chicago SkyBest NFL Player: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay PackersBest NHL Player: Connor McDavid, Edmonton OilersBest Athlete, Men’s Golf: Justin ThomasBest Athlete, Women’s Golf: Nelly KordaBest Athlete, Men’s Tennis: Rafael NadalBest Athlete, Women’s Tennis: Emma RaducanuBest Bowler: Kyle TroupBest Boxer: Tyson FuryBest Driver: Kyle Larson, NASCARBest Game: Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Buffalo Bills in OTBest Jockey: Jose OrtizBest Olympian, Men’s Sports: Caeleb Dressel, SwimmingBest Olympian, Women’s Sports: Katie Ledecky, SwimmingBest WWE Moment: Cody Rhodes returns to WWE at WrestlemaniaSPECIAL AWARDSJimmy V Award for Perseverance: Dick VitaleArthur Ashe Award for Courage: Vitali KlitschkoPat Tillman Award for Service: Gretchen EvansSPORTS HUMANITARIAN AWARDSMuhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award: Albert Pujols, St. Louis CardinalsBillie Jean King Youth Leadership Award: Noor Abukaram, Kendall Dudley, Sydney Moore, Alicia Serratos, Lucy WestlakeSports Humanitarian Team of the Year: Denver BroncosSports Humanitarian League of the Year: WNBAStuart Scott ENSPIRE Award Honorees: Chris Evert, Steve Gleason, Dikembe Mutombo

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