In his second consecutive year as a finalist for the AAU James E. Sullivan Award, Ohio State Buckeyes All-American, Kyle Snyder, was crowned America’s top amateur athlete. Snyder is the...
Carlini is the first volleyball player to win the AAU Sullivan Award
Ezekiel Elliott is an outstanding football player that won the AAU Sullivan Award in 2014. He led Ohio State to win the first College Football Playoff National Championship and set several records...
An all-conference performer with a perfect 4.0 GPA that is already teaching college level courses, Penn State’s John Urschel redefines what it means to be a student-athlete.
Unknown to many outside of the swimming community prior to 2012, Missy Franklin established herself as a household name with her performance at the 2012 London Olympics.
With a 4.14 GPA as a mechanical engineer, Andrew Rodriguez claimed 140 career tackles in 23 career games on his way to capturing the AAU Sullivan Award.
Leading the U.S. men's contingent at the 2009 World Championships, Lysacek won gold (becoming the first American man to do so since Todd Eldridge in 1996).
Amy set world records for amputee women in the 50k, 50mi, 100k, 100 mi and 24 hours runs and is the first ultramarathon winner of the AAU Sullivan Award.
Shawn Johnson captured the hearts of the nation during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China winning gold on the balance beam and taking home silver in the all-around and floor routine.
The Florida quarterback became the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy after throwing for 3,286 yards and 32 touchdowns in 2007.
Swimmer Jessica Long was honored as the recipient of the 77th AAU Sullivan Award, presented to the USA's top amateur athlete and the first paralympian to win the award
Duke star J.J. Redick won the AAU Sullivan Award becoming the first men's basketball player since Bill Walton in 1973 to be honored as the nation's top amateur athlete
Olympic gold medalist Paul Hamm was only the second gymnast to win the AAU Sullivan Award.
Michael Phelps was the only man to win five U.S. National titles at the same championships and became the youngest man to ever break a world record at 15 years, 9 months in the 200m fly.