All the Winners from the 2005 Laureus Awards along with the achievements that earnt them glory.
The year 2009 proved to be a historic one for Roger Federer as he passed many tennis milestones. His victory over Robin Soderling at the French Open made him one of only six men to have completed a career Grand Slam of Australian, French, Wimbledon and US Open titles.
She was the outstanding athletics performer in the 2004 Athens Paralympics with five wheelchair gold medals - winning every race in which she competed - and breaking four world records, six Paralympic records and four Canadian records.
Greece arrived in Portugal for the 2004 European Championship as 150-1 outsiders who had never won a match at a major tournament. Four weeks later the Greece national team, and in particular Otto Rehhagel and Angelos Charisteas had become legendary figures in Greek football history.
The courage of Italy's Alessandro Zanardi in returning to motor racing after losing both legs in a horrific crash has won him nomination for the Laureus World Comeback of the Year Award for two years running.
Laureus Spirit of Sport Award was presented by two incredibly accomplished athletes. David Beckham of Real Madrid is one of the greatest football icons and Edwin Moses one of the greatest 400 meter hurdlers ever.
After injury and the huge disapointment of not being able to compete fully in the Beijing Olympics in 2008, Liu Xiang, to the delight of everyone in China, came back to win the silver medal in the 110 metres hurdles in the World Championships in Daegu.