Laureus World Sports Award for Comeback of the Year

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List of winners and nominees of the Laureus World Sports Awards: Comeback of the Year.

List of winners and nominees[edit]

2000 Japan Daijiro Kato (JPN) Motorcycle
United States Andre Agassi (USA) Tennis
Sweden Ludmila Engquist (Sweden) Athletics
2001 United States Jennifer Capriati (USA) Tennis
Germany Heike Drechsler (Germany) Athletics
Croatia Janica Kostelić (Croatia) Alpine Skiing
Canada Mario Lemieux (Canada) Ice hockey
United States Dara Torres (USA) Swimming
2002 Croatia Goran Ivanišević (Croatia) Tennis
United States John Daly (USA) Golf
United States Michael Jordan (USA) Basketball
Germany Bernhard Langer (Germany) Golf
Canada Mario Lemieux (Canada) Ice Hockey
2003 Brazil Ronaldo (Brazil) Football
Croatia Janica Kostelić (Croatia) Alpine Skiing
Austria Hermann Maier (Austria) Alpine Skiing
United States Pete Sampras (USA) Tennis
Germany Franziska van Almsick (Germany) Swimming
2004 Austria Hermann Maier (Austria) Alpine Skiing
United States Fred Couples (USA) Golf
Netherlands Inge de Bruijn (Netherlands) Swimming
Sweden Peter Forsberg (Sweden) Ice Hockey
United States Martina Navratilova (USA) Tennis
Italy Alex Zanardi (Italy) Motor Racing
2005 Italy Alex Zanardi (Italy) Motor Racing
United States John Daly (USA) Golf
England England Men's Cricket Team (England) Cricket
Japan Tadahiro Nomura (Japan) Judo
England Paula Radcliffe (England) Athletics
Australia Shane Warne (Australia) Cricket
2006 Switzerland Martina Hingis (Switzerland) Tennis
Sweden Kajsa Bergqvist (Sweden) Athletics
Belgium Kim Clijsters (Belgium) Tennis
France Antoine Dénériaz (France) Alpine Skiing
New Zealand Jonah Lomu (New Zealand) Rugby Union
Scotland Colin Montgomerie (Scotland) Golf
2007 United States Serena Williams (USA) Tennis
United States Drew Brees (USA) Football (American)
United States Ben Curtis (USA) Golf
United States Roy Jones Jnr (USA) Boxing
United States Miami Heat (USA) Basketball
France Zinedine Zidane (France) Football (Soccer)
2008 United Kingdom Paula Radcliffe (UK) Running
United Kingdom Christine Ohuruogu (UK) Running
United Kingdom Great Britain national rugby league team (UK) Rugby League
Australia Jana Rawlinson (Australia) Athletics
United States Steve Stricker (USA) Golf
United Kingdom Jonny Wilkinson (UK) Rugby Union
2009 Ukraine Vitali Klitschko (Ukraine) Boxing
Australia Anna Meares (Australia) Cycling
Australia Greg Norman (Australia) Golf
Germany Matthias Steiner (Germany) Weightlifting
Netherlands Maarten van der Weijden (Netherlands) Swimming
United States Tiger Woods (USA) Golf
2010[1] Belgium Kim Clijsters (Belgium) Tennis
United States Lance Armstrong (USA) (Rescinded) Cycling
United Kingdom Jessica Ennis (Great Britain) Athletics
United States Brett Favre (USA) Football (American)
Croatia Blanka Vlašić (Croatia) Athletics
United States Tom Watson (USA) Golf
2011 Italy Valentino Rossi (Italy) Motor Cycling
Sweden Carolina Klüft (Sweden) Athletics
Slovenia Merlene Ottey (Slovenia) Athletics
United States Tyson Gay (USA) Athletics
Belgium Justine Henin (Belgium) Tennis
United States Paula Creamer (USA) Golf
2012 United Kingdom Darren Clarke (UK) Golf
New Zealand Crusaders (New Zealand) Rugby Union
France Éric Abidal (France) Football (Soccer)
Australia Queensland Reds (Australia) Rugby Union
China Liu Xiang (China) Athletics
Spain Sergio García (Spain) Golf
2013 Dominican Republic Félix Sánchez (Dominican Republic) Athletics
Australia Anna Meares (Australia) Cycling
South Africa Ernie Els (South Africa) Golf
European Union European Ryder Cup Team (Europe) Golf
Germany Germany Men's Olympic Eights Team (Germany) Rowing
Ethiopia Tirunesh Dibaba (Ethiopia) Athletics

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 Laureus World Sports Awards Winners are Announced". Laureus Foundation. 10 March 2010. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 

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