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Cast your ESPY vote: Best Record Breaking Performance  

John Gagliardi, St. John's (MN) football coach
Credentials: Set all divisions record for most coaching victories. Currently owns a 414-114-11 (.778) record. The 77-year-old's team was 14-0, and he won his fourth national title.

Past ESPY's: none

Eric Gagne, Dodgers
Credentials: Set MLB record for consecutive saves in one season with 55.

Past ESPY's: none

Jamal Lewis, Ravens
Credentials: Set NFL single-game rushing record with 295 yards vs. Browns on Sept. 14.

Past ESPY's: none

Michael Phelps, U.S. swimmer
Credentials: At July's world championships, Phelps became first swimmer to set five world records in one meet and the first man to set world records in different events on the same day. Won the 200m IM in world-record time, the 200m and 400m free in American record-time as well as the 200m back and 100m free.

Past ESPY's: none.

past winners
'03 Emmitt Smith

'02 Tiger Woods

'01 Pete Sampras

The 2004 ESPY winners will be announced during the ESPY Awards on July 14, 2004 and on the ESPN telecast on July 18 at 9 p.m. ET.

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