Complete list of 2000 ESPY winners

Arthur Ashe Award for Courage (1999)
Dave Sanders Columbine High School coach and teacher
Play of Decade
Michael Jordan His reverse hands layup against the Lakers (1991)
Hockey (Decade honor)
Mario Lemieux Four scoring titles
Pro Football (Decade honor)
Jerry Rice 100 or more receptions four times
Pro Basketball (Decade honor)
Michael Jordan Led the Bulls to six NBA championships
Baseball (Decade honor)
Mark McGwire 405 home runs in the decade
Tennis (Decade honor)
Pete Sampras Won four U.S. Opens, six Wimbledons and two Australian Opens
Boxing (Decade honor)
Evander Holyfield 12-3 in '90s but won heavyweight title three different times
Golf (Decade honor)
Tiger Woods Won over $6.6 million in 1999 ... Won 72-hole record for Masters with his 1997 win
Auto Racing (Decade honor)
Dale Earnhardt Four Winston Cup championships ... Won Daytona 500 in 1998
American Male Olympian (Decade honor)
Michael Johnson First man to win the 200 and 400 meters in the same Olympics
American Female Olympian (Decade honor)
Bonnie Blair Four speed skating gold medals ('92, '94)
Pro Team (Decade honor)
Chicago Bulls Six NBA championships
College Team (Decade honor) -- TIE
Tennessee Lady Vols Four national championships, including three straight (1996-98)
Florida State football Most wins in a decade, 1993 national champion
Coach/Manager (Decade honor)
Phil Jackson Led Bulls to six NBA championships
Female Athlete (Decade honor)
Steffi Graf Won 14 Grand Slam titles, including Wimbledon five times
Male Athlete (Decade honor)
Michael Jordan Four-time NBA MVP
Auto Racing (1999)
Dale Jarrett Won NASCAR Winston Cup points championship; had 24 top-five finishes
Baseball (1999)
Pedro Martinez AL Cy Young winner, 23-4, 2.07 ERA, 313K
Men's College Basketball (1999)
Elton Brand Wooden and Naismith award winner
Women's College Basketball (1999)
Chamique Holdsclaw Sullivan Award winner, averaged 21.3 points per game
Soccer (1999)
Mia Hamm All-time leading international goal-scorer
Men's Tennis (1999)
Andre Agassi Won U.S. and French Open championships; finished year ranked No. 1
Women's Tennis (1999)
Lindsay Davenport Won Wimbledon and Chase Championships
Men's Pro Basketball (1999)
Tim Duncan NBA Finals MVP, finished in top six in points per game and rebounds
Women's Pro Basketball (1999)
Cynthia Cooper Led WNBA in scoring at 22.1 points per game
Boxing (1999)
Roy Jones Jr. Won unified world light heavyweight title
Men's Golf (1999)
Tiger Woods Won eight tournaments, set record for money earned ($6.6M)
Women's Golf (1999)
Juli Inkster Won two majors (U.S. Open and McDonald's LPGA Championship)
Bowling (1999)
Parker Bohn III Won over $300,000 in prize money
College Football (1999)
Michael Vick Led Virginia Tech to Sugar Bowl
Team of the Year (1999)
U.S. Women's World Cup team Beat China 1-0 to win championship
Pro Football (1999)
Kurt Warner Led NFL in passing yards, accuracy, touchdowns
Dominik Hasek Won Vezina Trophy, posted a 1.87 GAA
Jockey (1999)
Chris Antley Rode Charismatic to wins at Kentucky Derby and Preakness
Coach/Manager (1999)
Joe Torre Led Yankees to their second straight World Series title
Female Athlete (1999)
Mia Hamm All-time international goal-scoring leader
Male Athlete (1999)
Tiger Woods Won four straight PGA events, most since Ben Hogan ('53)
Men's Track and Field (1999)
Michael Johnson Broke 400-meter world record
Women's Track and Field (1999)
Marion Jones Won 100 meters at World Championship
Memorable Performance (1999)
Justin Leonard Putt on 17th hole wins Ryder Cup
Breakthrough Athlete (1999)
Kurt Warner Led NFL in passing yards, accuracy, touchdowns
Comeback Athlete (1999)
Lance Armstrong Won Tour de France
Alternative athlete (1999)
Tony Hawk Performed 900-degree turn at ESPN's X Games
Play of Year (1999)
Payne Stewart His putt on 18 wins the U.S. Open