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This year's ESPY Awards are back in action! After last year's virtual awards ceremony, Anthony Mackie hosted the show this year live from The Rooftop at Pier 17 at the Seaport in New York City on Saturday night!Some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment turned out to showcase the year's greatest athletes and most incredible moments in an uplifting and inspiring night of celebration and appreciation.Between competitive categories and special honorary awards, there was no shortage of emotional speeches and joyous celebration -- especially after the uncertainty of the last year, and the excitement of getting to get together and honor the best of the best in person once again.Check out the complete list of winners below. We will be updating throughout the show, with winners marked in bold.Best Athlete, Men's SportsTom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers **WINNER**Connor McDavid, Edmonton OilersNikola Jokić, Denver NuggetsLewis Hamilton, F1 Best Athlete, Women's SportsNaomi Osaka, Tennis **WINNER**Simone Biles, GymnasticsAmanda Nunes, UFCBreanna Stewart, Seattle Storm Best Breakthrough AthleteJustin Herbert, Los Angeles ChargersChase Young, The Washington Football TeamLaMelo Ball, Charlotte Hornets **WINNER**Crystal Dangerfield, Minnesota Lynx Best GameNCAA Men’s Final Four: Gonzaga (93) vs. UCLA (90)NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship – Stanford defeats Arizona 54-53NFL Week 14: Baltimore Ravens 47, Cleveland Browns 42NHL Playoffs Game 4: Winnipeg Jets sweep Edmonton Oilers in triple OTBest College Athlete, Men's SportsDeVonta Smith, Alabama Football **WINNER**Luka Garza, Iowa BasketballGloire Amanda, Oregon State SoccerTrevor Lawrence, Clemson FootballBest College Athlete, Women's SportsPaige Bueckers, University of Connecticut Basketball **WINNER**Madison Lilley, Kentucky VolleyballJaelin Howell, Florida State SoccerOdicci Alexander, James Madison SoftballBest TeamTampa Bay Buccaneers, NFL **WINNER**Stanford Cardinal, NCAA Women’s BasketballBaylor Bears, NCAA Men’s BasketballAlabama Crimson Tide, NCAA FootballOklahoma Sooners, NCAA SoftballSeattle Storm, WNBALos Angeles Dodgers, MLBBest Record-Breaking PerformanceStanford’s Tara VanDerveer passes Pat Summitt for most wins in NCAA Women’s basketball history (1,099)DeVonta Smith, Alabama Football – set records for title game catches (12) and touchdown receptions (three), and also totaled 215 yards. Alabama won, 52–24, their sixth title in 12 years, while Smith was named Offensive MVP of the championship gamePhil Mickelson, PGA Championship – oldest winner of a major tournament with his victory, Mickelson surpassed the record previously held by Julius Boros, who won the PGA Championship in 1968 at ageRussell Westbrook, Washington Wizards – breaks Oscar Robertson’s 47-year-old triple-double record with 182 **WINNER**Best International Athlete, Men's SoccerKylian Mbappè, Paris Saint-Germain/French National TeamLionel Messi, Barcelona/Argentina National TeamCristiano Ronaldo, Juventus/Portugal National Team **WINNER**Mohamed Salah, Liverpool/Egypt National TeamBest International Athlete, Women's SoccerSam Kerr, Chelsea/Australia National TeamFran Kirby, Chelsea/English National TeamVivianne Miedema, Arsenal/Netherlands National TeamSam Mewis, Manchester City/USA National Team **WINNER**Best NFL PlayerTom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers **WINNER**Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay PackersAaron Donald, Los Angeles RamsDerrick Henry, Tennessee TitansBest MLB PlayerJosè Abreu, Chicago White SoxTrevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds (2020), LA Dodgers (2021)Corey Seager, Los Angeles DodgersShohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels **WINNER**Best NHL PlayerAuston Matthews, Toronto Maple LeafsConnor McDavid, Edmonton OilersAndrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay LightningPatrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks **WINNER**Best DriverScott Dixon, IndyCarLewis Hamilton, F1 **WINNER**Chase Elliott, NASCARErica Enders, NHRABest NBA PlayerLuka Dončić, Dallas MavericksNikola Jokić, Denver NuggetsStephen Curry, Golden State Warriors **WINNER**Chris Paul, Phoenix SunsBest WNBA PlayerA’ja Wilson, Las Vegas AcesArike Ogunbowale, Dallas WingsCandace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks (2020) (Chicago Sky 2021)Breanna Stewart, Seattle Storm **WINNER**Best BoxerCanelo ÁlvarezTeófimo LópezClaressa ShieldsTyson Fury **WINNER**Best MMA FighterAmanda NunesKhabib Nurmagomedov **WINNER**Rose NamajunasFrancis Ngannou Best Athlete, Men's GolfBryson DeChambeauDustin JohnsonHideki MatsuyamaPhil Mickelson **WINNER**Best Athlete, Women's GolfJin Young KoInbee ParkSei Young Kim **WINNER**Nelly KordaBest Athlete, Men's TennisDominic ThiemNovak Djokovic **WINNER**Daniil MedvedevRafael NadalBest Athlete, Women's TennisNaomi Osaka **WINNER**Ashleigh BartySofia KeninVictoria AzarenkaBest Athlete, Men's Action SportsMarcus Kleveland, Snowboard (NOR)Yūto Totsuka, Snowboard (JPN)Gabriel Medina, Surf (BRA) **WINNER**Cooper Webb, Supercross (USA)Best Athlete, Women's Action SportsChloe Kim, Snowboard (USA) **WINNER**Eileen Gu, Skii (CHN)Carissa Moore, Surf (USA)Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Snowboard (NZL)Best JockeyIrad OrtizJohn VelazquezFlavien PratJoel Rosario **WINNER** Best Athlete With a Disability, Men's SportsEvan Austin, SwimJesse Billauer, SurfKeith Gabel, SnowboardChris Nikic, Triathlon **WINNER**Best Athlete With a Disability, Women's SportsSam Bosco, CycleOksana Masters, Nordic & CycleBecca Murray, Wheelchair Basketball **WINNER**Leanne Smith, SwimBest BowlerKyle TroupFrançois LavoieTom Daugherty **WINNER**Chris ViaBest MLSAlejandro Pozuelo, Toronto FCDiego Rossi, Los Angeles FC **WINNER**Andre Blake, Philadelphia UnionLucas Zelarayán, Columbus CrewBest NWSL PlayerRachel Daly, Houston DashKailen Sheridan, NJ/NY Gotham FCJulie Ertz, Chicago Red Stars **WINNER**Lynn Williams, North Carolina Courage Best PlayKyler Murray Launches Hail Mary to DeAndre Hopkins (11/15/2020) **WINNER**Best WWE MomentSasha Banks & Bianca Belair **WINNER**Best Championship PerformanceSimone Biles **WINNER**Jimmy V Award for PerseveranceChris Nikic **WINNER**Pat Tillman Award for ServiceMarcus Rashford **WINNER**Arthur Ashe Courage Award: Maya Moore **WINNER**Best CoachTara VanDerveer **WINNER**Serena Williams and More Stars Lend Support to Naomi Osaka Following Her Withdrawal From French OpenThis video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.Serena Williams and More Stars Lend Support to Naomi Osaka Following Her Withdrawal From French OpenRELATED CONTENT:2021 ESPY Awards: The Complete Winners ListAnthony Mackie to Host the 2021 ESPYSNaomi Osaka Pens Candid Essay on Mental Health Struggles, Says We Need to 'Protect' Athletes