Laureus World Sports Award for Breakthrough of the Year

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List of winners and nominees of the Laureus World Sports Awards: Breakthrough of the Year. Prior to 2007, this award was named Newcomer of the Year.

List of winners and nominees[edit]

2000 Spain Sergio García (Spain) Golf
United States Kurt Warner (USA) American Football
United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
2001 Japan Daijiro Kato (Japan) Motorcycle
Australia Aaron Baddeley (Australia) Golf
United Kingdom Jenson Button (United Kingdom) Formula One
Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (Spain) Tennis
Australia Brett Lee (Australia) Cricket
2002 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya (Colombia) Formula One
Belgium Kim Clijsters (Belgium) Tennis
England Steven Gerrard (England) Football
Belgium Justine Henin (Belgium) Tennis
United States Andy Roddick (USA) Tennis
2003 China Yao Ming (P.R. China) Basketball
Slovakia Daniela Hantuchová (Slovakia) Tennis
Argentina David Nalbandian (Argentina) Tennis
England Wayne Rooney (England) Football (Soccer)
Netherlands Jochem Uytdehaage (Netherlands) Speed Skating
2004 United States Michelle Wie (USA) Golf
Spain Fernando Alonso (Spain) Formula One
United States Ben Curtis (USA) Golf
United States LeBron James (USA) Basketball
Brazil Robinho (Brazil) Football (Soccer)
Russia Maria Sharapova (Russia) Tennis
2005 China Liu Xiang (P.R. China) Athletics
United Kingdom Amir Khan (United Kingdom) Boxing
Russia Svetlana Kuznetsova (Russia) Tennis
France Laure Manaudou (France) Swimming
Spain Dani Pedrosa (Spain) Motorcycling
China Xing Huina (P.R. China) Athletics
2006 Spain Rafael Nadal (Spain) Tennis
United States Paula Creamer (USA) Golf
Argentina Lionel Messi (Argentina) Football (Soccer)
United Kingdom Andrew Murray (United Kingdom) Tennis
United States Danica Patrick (USA) Motor Racing
United States Ben Roethlisberger (USA) American Football
2007 France Amélie Mauresmo (France) Tennis
United States Xavier Carter (USA) Athletics
Ghana Ghana Men's Football Team (Ghana) Football (Soccer)
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (United Kingdom) Formula One
Germany Britta Steffen (Germany) Swimming
China Ma Xiaoxu (P.R. China) Football (Soccer)
2008 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (United Kingdom) Formula One
Serbia Novak Djokovic (Serbia) Tennis
United States Tyson Gay (USA) Athletics
Spain Alberto Contador (Spain) Cycling
South Africa Oscar Pistorius (South Africa) Athletics
Australia Casey Stoner (Australia) Moto GP
2009 United Kingdom Rebecca Adlington (United Kingdom) Swimming
Serbia Novak Djokovic (Serbia) Tennis
Serbia Ana Ivanovic[1] (Serbia) Tennis
United States Anthony Kim (USA) Golf
Germany Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Formula One
China Zou Kai (China) Gymnastics
2010[2][3] United Kingdom Jenson Button (United Kingdom) Formula One
United Kingdom Mark Cavendish (United Kingdom) Cycling
United Kingdom Tom Daley (United Kingdom) Diving
Argentina Juan Martín del Potro (Argentina) Tennis
South Korea Ji Yai Shin (Korea) Golf
Germany VFL Wolfsburg (Germany) Football (Soccer)
2011 Germany Martin Kaymer (Germany) Golf
France Christophe Lemaitre (France) Athletics
France Teddy Tamgho (France) Athletics
South Africa Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) Golf
Italy Matteo Manassero (Italy) Golf
Germany Thomas Müller (Germany) Football (Soccer)
2012 United Kingdom Rory McIlroy (United Kingdom) Golf
China Li Na (China) Tennis
South Africa Oscar Pistorius (South Africa) Athletics
United Kingdom Mo Farah (United Kingdom) Athletics
Czech Republic Petra Kvitová (Czech Republic) Tennis
Jamaica Yohan Blake (Jamaica) Athletics
2013 United Kingdom Andy Murray (United Kingdom) Tennis
United States Gabby Douglas (USA) Gymnastics
Grenada Kirani James (Grenada) Athletics
Brazil Neymar (Brazil) Football (Soccer)
France Yannick Agnel (France) Swimming
China Ye Shiwen (China) Swimming
2014 Spain Marc Marquez (Spain) Motor Cycling
Afghanistan Afghanistan national cricket team (Afghanistan) Cricket
Germany Raphael Holzdeppe (Germany) Athletics
Colombia Nairo Quintana (Colombia) Cycling
United Kingdom Justin Rose (United Kingdom) Golf
Australia Adam Scott (Australia) Golf

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Laureus nomination bio". Retrieved 25 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "2010 Laureus World Sports Awards Winners are Announced". Laureus Foundation. 10 March 2010. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 
  3. ^ http://www.laureus.com/awards/2010/nominees

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