Did you miss the 2015 ESPYs?   No worries, we have you covered with the TOP 2015 ESPYs Quotes And FULL List of HONOREES & WINNERS.  The ESPYs celebrates individual and team athletic achievement and other sport-related performance during the year preceding the annual ceremony.


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Top ESPY Quotes

“”I’m truly blessed to be able to play the game of football, and I humbly accept this award” – Peyton Manning accepting Best Record Award

“Not all of us are Pat Tillman, but we can find ways to serve our community. Ask yourself what’s my purpose, what’s my passion, how can I live as a full human being. We can all find a purpose on this Earth larger than ourselves.” – US Army Veteran Danielle Green” accepting Pat Tillman Award for Service

“Second place got me this” ‬- Lebron James accepting Championship Performance Award

“I’d like to thank God for surrounding me with the people we needed to make it through last year. For every child out there that’s battling cancer.  You all are the real heroes.  You all never give up.  I am here today to let you all know, as long as I have this platform I’m going to continue to fight for you all” – Devon Still accepting  Jimmy V. Perseverance Award On Behalf Of His Daughter Leah

“In retirement I’ve come to realize being a part of the larger world of sports is a gift and an honor” – Derek Jeter accepting Icon Award

“I always thought that I got my courage and my determination from my dad. He landed on Omaha Beach and fought all the way through World War II. But you know what I’m thinking now, Mom, is that I got all these qualities from you. I love you very much. I’m so glad you’re here to share this with me.  If someone wanted to bully me, well, you know what? I was the MVP of the football team. That wasn’t going to be a problem. And the same thing goes tonight. If you want to call me names, make jokes, doubt my intentions, go ahead, because the reality is I can take it. But for the thousands of kids out there who are coming to terms with being true to who they are, they shouldn’t have to take it.  It’s not just about one person, it’s about thousands of people. It’s not just about me, it’s about all of us accepting one another. We’re all different.  That’s not a bad thing, that’s a good thing and while it may not be easy to get past the things you do not understand, I want to prove that it is absolutely possible if we only do it together.” – Caitlyn Jenner accepting Arthur Ashe Courage Award



Arthur Ashe Courage Award
Caitlyn Jenner

Jimmy V ESPY Award for Perseverance
Leah Still

Best Moment Award
Lauren Hill

Pat Tillman Award for Service
Danielle Green

Icon Award
Derek Jeter

Best Male Athlete, Best NBA Player
League MVP and Warriors star Stephen Curry

Best Male College Athlete
Ex-Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota

Best Female College Athlete
Berkeley swimmer Missy Franklin

Best Fighter
UFC champion Ronda Rousey

Best Comeback Athlete
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski

Best MLB Player 
American League MVP and Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout

Best NFL Player
League MVP and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers

Best NHL Player
Jonathan Toews of the Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks

Best Male Golfer
Masters and U.S. Open champion Jordan Spieth

Best Female Golfer
Lydia Ko

Best Male Tennis Player
Novak Djokovic

Best Female Tennis Player
Serena Williams

Best WNBA Player
Skylar Diggins

Best Jockey
Espinoza, who won the Triple Crown aboard American Pharoah

Best International Athlete 
FC Barcelona Forward Lionel Messi

Best Game 
New England Patriots-Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX

Best Coach 
Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors

Best Play 
Odell Beckham Jr.’s one-handed catch

Best Upset
Mississippi vs Alabama

Best Driver
Kevin Harvick

Best Bowler
Jason Belmonte

Best MLS Player
Ireland’s Robbie Keane of the Los Angeles Galaxy

Best Male Action Sports Athlete
Motocross racer Ryan Dungey

Best Female Action Sports Athlete
Snowboarder Kelly Clark

Best Male Athlete with a Disability
Paralympic cyclist Krige Schabort

Best Female Athlete with a Disability
Paralympic swimmer Becca Meyers

Eva Smith

Publisher at Tech Life Magazine
Eva is an award winning entrepreneur and Publisher of Tech Life Magazine. She has been recognized by Ford Motor Company as a Mujer Legendaria Inteligente (Smart Entrepreneur), USA Today Magazine as a Top Blogger to Watch and Latina Magazine as a Top 25 Latinas Who Shine in Technology. Her work has also been featured on Mashable,, Babble, Baby Center,, USA Today, Latina Magazine, Huffington Post, National Parks Services, Voxxi, NBC Latino, Rolling Stone Magazine & more.She is technologist, engineer, bilingual freelance writer, speaker and digital media consultant.

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