ESPN ESPYs 2012

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Best Male Athlete with a Disability
  • Baxter Humby
  • Born with only one hand, Humby holds black belts in both Taekwondo and Sik Tai. "The One Arm Bandit" scored a great knockout at the league's debut event, earning a one-shot knockout with a roundhouse kick to the stomach of his opponent. Humby is the current IMTC World Super Welterweight Champion.
  • Raymond Martin
  • A four-time medal winner at the 2011 Parapan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, Raymond Martin has cemented himself as a track and field star. He won two gold medals and two silver medals at the games in the wheelchair division races.
  • Kyle Maynard
  • The 2004 winner of this very award, Kyle Maynard is seeking to add "two-time ESPY winner" to his list of accomplishments. Maynard managed to climb his way to Mt. Kilimanjaro's peak, becoming the first quadruple amputee to get to the top without assistance.
  • Oz Sanchez
  • The year 2011 proved to be an amazing one for cyclist Oz Sanchez. He won two gold medals at the Parapan American Games, three gold medals at the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships and three gold medals at the Road World Cup. Sanchez was crowned the overall Road World Cup winner at the event.
  • Tyler Walker
  • The 2012 U.S. Paralympics Alpine National Champion, Tyler Walker has cemented himself as one of the most dominant athletes in the sport of skiing. Winning three medals during the 2011-12 World Cup season, Walker ranks second overall in the World Cup Speed standings.