Usain Bolt created history on Wednesday when he became the first person to win the ESPYS for the Best International Athlete three times.
The Jamaican sprinter was up against Real Madrid and Portugal striker Cristiano Ronaldo and mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor.
Bolt won the award after a season during which he won gold in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay at Rio 2016 to complete an unprecedented ‘triple-treble’ at three consecutive Olympics.
He previously won in 2009 and in 2013.
Other award winners include; Russell Westbrook (Best Male Athlete), Simone Biles (Best Female Athlete), Serena Williams (Best Female Tennis Player), Roger Federer (Best Male tennis Player), Michael Phelps (Best Male US Olympic Athlete), LeBron James (Best NBA Player), Lewis Hamilton (Best Driver), Kevin Durant (Best Championship Performance) and Golden State Warriors (Best Team).