Games medalists in ESPY hunt

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Best Outdoors Athlete nominees  

Jerry Day/Super Sue
Credentials: Day and his yellow lab, Super Sue, hold a silver medal for the 2002 ESPN Great Outdoor Games retriever trails. In addition, Sue is the only retriever in the world to have earned top titles from all three major retriever sport organizers. She is an HRC/UKC Hunting Retriever Champion, an AKC Field Champion, Amateur Field Champion and Master Hunter, and a NAHRA Master Hunting Retriever.

Past ESPY's: none

Mike Jackson/Little Morgan
Credentials: Little Morgan won the 2002 ESPN Great Outdoor Games gold medal for Big Air and set a world record with a 26-foot, 6-inch jump. Since then, Little Morgan has posted consistent 26-foot jumps throughout the 2002-2003 DockDogs season.

Past ESPY's: none

Jerry Miculek
Credentials: Miculek not only holds the 2002 and 2001 ESPN Great Outdoor Games gold medals for rifle, he is also an 11-time International Revolver Speed Shooting Champion, a USPSA World Revolver Champion, a six-time USPSA National Revolver Champion, a four-time USPSA 3 Gun Champion, and holds three world record titles for revolver speed shooting.

Past ESPY's: none

Sheree Taylor
Credentials: After suffering a serious back injury that doctors said would prevent her from competing ever again, Taylor returned to the Great Outdoor Games and won gold for women's timber endurance in 2002. Taylor was also recognized as the first official New Zealand Women's Sports Person of the Year for Region 20.

Past ESPY's: none

Jay Yelas
Credentials: A longtime pro on the CITGO Bassmaster Tour, Yelas won both the 2002 CITGO Bassmaster Classic and the 2002 FLW Angler of the Year award. He also won the Busch BASS Angler of the Year for the 2003 season.

Past ESPY's: none

past winners
'02 Kevin VanDam

The ESPY Awards will air on ESPN live from Hollywood's Kodak Theatre on July 16 at 9 p.m. ET.

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