Michael Jordan hasn’t played in the NBA since 2003, but he’s still considered the G.O.A.T…. but not just in basketball, but sports altogether.

M.J. has topped Harris Poll’s Best Athletes of All-Time list, beating out baseball legend Babe Ruth and boxing icon Muhammad Ali.

Tiger Woods, who held the No. 2 spot in 2009, fell to No. 8 in this year list, while Serena Williams, who wasn’t ranked six years ago, and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, close out the top 5.

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana held onto the sixth place spot, while LeBron James swapped spots with Wayne Gretzky, with James moving up to No. 7 and Gretzky falling to No. 10.

Tom Brady made his first appearance on the list at No. 9.

Jordan also topped the Greatest Basketball Player list, ahead of Wilt Chamberlain (No. 2), LeBron James (No. 3), Magic Johnson (No. 4) and Larry Bird No. 5).

See the full breakdown at TheHarrisPoll.com.