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2022 ESPY awards nominees full list, host, tv schedule, date, time, location, vote, categories, winners

2022 ESPY awards nominees full list

The Grammys are awarded for music, the Emmys are awarded for television shows, the Oscars are awarded for movies, and the ESPYs (Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Award) are given to professional athletes annually for their outstanding performances. The theme of the show is more relaxed and entertaining than many other award shows, with comedic sketches usually included. An ESPY Award is currently presented by the American broadcast television network ABC.

What is the ESPY Awards?

An ESPY Award is an honor awarded by the American broadcast television network ABC, and previously ESPN, to honor outstanding individual and team athletic performance as well as other sports-related performance during the calendar year prior to the event. In 1993, the inaugural ESPYs were given out.

ESPY awards 2022 nominees full list:

BEST ATHLETE, MEN’S SPORTS BEST ATHLETE, WOMEN’S SPORTS
Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels Oksana Masters, Cross Country Skiing, Road Cycling, Biathlon
Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers Katie Ledecky, Swimming
Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors Sunisa Lee, Gymnastics
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers Candice Parker, Chicago Sky

 

BEST RECORD-BREAKING PERFORMANCE
Allyson Felix, Track & Field, won her 11th career medal surpassing Carl Lewis for the US track and field record
Stephen Curry passes Ray Allen for most 3-pointers made in NBA history
Jocelyn Alo breaks Lauren Chamberlain’s home run record for most in Division I history (96)
Tom Brady becomes the NFL all-time passing yards leader overtaking Drew Brees

 

BEST BREAKTHROUGH ATHLETE BEST CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCE
Eileen Gu, Skier Julianna Peña, UFC 269
Ja Morant, Memphis Grizzlies Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams – Super Bowl LVI
Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts Max Verstappen, F1 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Trinity Rodman, Washington Spirit Cale Makar, Colorado Avalanche – Stanley Cup Finals

 

BEST COMEBACK ATHLETE BEST PLAY
Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles Ja Morant’s POSTER
Diamond DeShields, Phoenix Mercury Hansel Enmanuel with the play of the year
Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles Justin Tucker 66-yard NFL record field goal
Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals Unbelievable Corner Kick Goal by Megan Rapinoe

 

BEST OLYMPIAN, MEN’S SPORTS BEST OLYMPIAN, WOMEN’S SPORTS
Declan Farmer, Sled Hockey Oksana Masters, Cross Country Skiing, Road Cycling, Biathlon
Nathan Chen, Figure Skating Katie Ledecky, Swimming
Caeleb Dressel, Swimming Sunisa Lee, Gymnastics
Nick Mayhugh, Track & Field Allyson Felix, Track & Field

 

BEST GAME
UConn defeats NC State in double OT (Elite 8 NCAA Women’s Basketball)
Kansas’ 16-point rally, which was the biggest comeback in championship game history (NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship)
Bryce Young rallies Alabama to beat Auburn in four OTs (NCAA Football Iron Bowl)
Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Buffalo Bills in an OT thriller (AFC Divisional Game)

 

BEST COLLEGE ATHLETE, MEN’S SPORTS BEST COLLEGE ATHLETE, WOMEN’S SPORTS
Logan Wisnauskas, Maryland Lacrosse Charlotte North, Boston College Lacrosse
Bryce Young, Alabama Football Aliyah Boston, South Carolina Women’s Basketball
Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga Men’s Basketball Jocelyn Alo, Oklahoma Softball
Dante Polvara, Georgetown Men’s Soccer Jaelin Howell, Florida State Soccer

 

BEST INTERNATIONAL ATHLETE, MEN’S SOCCER BEST INTERNATIONAL ATHLETE, WOMEN’S SOCCER
Kevin De Bruyne, Manchester City Sam Kerr, Chelsea
Karim Benzema, Real Madrid Alexia Putellas, Barcelona
Kylian Mbappé, PSG Caroline Graham Hansen, Barcelona
Sadio Mané, Liverpool Vivianne Miedema, Arsenal

 

BEST NFL PLAYER BEST MLB PLAYER
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies
Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers Aaron Judge, New York Yankees
Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts Jorge Soler, Atlanta Braves

 

BEST NHL PLAYER BEST DRIVER
Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs Max Verstappen, F1
Roman Josi, Nashville Predators Kyle Larson, NASCAR
Igor Shesterkin, New York Rangers Álex Palou, IndyCar
Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers Steve Torrence, NHRA

 

BEST NBA PLAYER BEST WNBA PLAYER
Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers Skylar Diggins-Smith, Phoenix Mercury
Nikola Jokić, Denver Nuggets Candace Parker, Chicago Sky
Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors Sylvia Fowles, Minnesota Lynx
Luka Dončić, Dallas Mavericks Jonquel Jones, Connecticut Sun

 

BEST BOXER BEST TEAM
BEST MMA FIGHTER
Shakur Stevenson Chicago Sky, WNBA Charles Oliveira
Katie Taylor Golden State Warriors, NBA Alexander Volkanovski
Tyson Fury Atlanta Braves, MLB Kayla Harrison
Mikaela Mayer Los Angeles Rams, NFL Kamaru Usman
  Georgia Bulldogs, NCAA Football  
  Colorado Avalanche, NHL  
  Oklahoma Sooners, NCAA Softball  

 

BEST ATHLETE, MEN’S GOLF BEST ATHLETE, WOMEN’S GOLF
Scottie Scheffler Ko Jin-young
Justin Thomas Nelly Korda
Cameron Smith Minjee Lee
Jon Rahm Lydia Ko

 

BEST ATHLETE, MEN’S TENNIS BEST ATHLETE, WOMEN’S TENNIS
Dylan Alcott Ashleigh Barty
Rafael Nadal Emma Raducanu
Felix Auger-Aliassime Iga Świątek
Carlos Alcaraz Leylah Fernandez

 

BEST ATHLETE, MEN’S ACTION SPORTS BEST ATHLETE, WOMEN’S ACTION SPORTS
Alex Hall, Ski Eileen Gu, Ski
Eli Tomac, Supercross Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Snowboard
Ayumu Hirano, Snowboard Chloe Kim, Snowboard
Yuto Horigome, Skateboard Rayssa Leal, Skateboard

 

BEST JOCKEY BEST ATHLETE WITH A DISABILITY, MEN’S SPORTS
Irad Ortiz Brad Snyder, Paratriathlon & Swimming
Flavien Prat Declan Farmer, Sled Hockey
Jose Ortiz Nick Mayhugh, Track & Field
Joel Rosario Ian Seidenfeld, Table Tennis

 

BEST ATHLETE WITH A DISABILITY, WOMEN’S SPORTS BEST BOWLER
Jessica Long, Swimming Anthony Simonsen
Oksana Masters, Cycling & Nordic/Biathlon Jason Belmonte
Kate Ward, Soccer Kyle Troup
Brenna Huckaby, Snowboarding Dom Barrett

 

BEST NWSL PLAYER BEST MLS PLAYER
Aubrey Bledsoe, Washington Spirit Jesús Ferreira, FC Dallas
Ashley Hatch, Washington Spirit Valentin Castellanos, NYCFC
Caprice Dydasco, NJ/NY Gotham FC Carlos Vela, LAFC
Jess Fishlock, OL Reign Carles Gil, New England Revolution

 

BEST WWE MOMENT

MATCH 1
Brock Lesnar wins Royal Rumble
Bianca Belair wins RAW Women’s Championship at WrestleMania

MATCH 2
John Cena returns at Money In The Bank
Ronda Rousey returns 4 months after giving birth to win Royal Rumble

MATCH 3
WWE welcomes back fans with full live crowd (Smackdown 7/16)
Stone Cold stuns Vince McMahon, Austin Theory, and Pat McAfee on WrestleMania Night 2

MATCH 4
Roman Reigns defeats Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania to win both the Universal & WWE Championship
Cody Rhodes returns to WWE at WrestleMania

MATCH 5
Big E cashes in Money In The Bank briefcase and wins WWE Championship (RAW 9/13)
The Miz turns on Logan Paul at WrestleMania

MATCH 6
Becky Lynch returns at SummerSlam
Undertaker inducted into WWE Hall Of Fame

MATCH 7
Edge defeats Seth Rollins in a Hell In A Cell match at Crown Jewel
Wee man body slams Sami Zayn at WrestleMania MATCH 8
Brock Lesnar returns at SummerSlam to confront Roman Reigns
Stone Cold returns to the ring to defeat Kevin Owens at WrestleMania

Who is hosting the ESPY Awards 2022?

After winning the NBA championship, the Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is set to host the 2022 ESPY awards on July 20th. The greatest shooter of all time, four-time world champion, and eight-time All-Star is going to debut as a television host! Steph has already won four ESPY awards throughout his career and might add one more to his tally after becoming the NBA finals MVP in 2022.

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How are ESPY winners chosen?

To begin with, athletes who performed exceptionally well in a specific calendar year are shortlisted in the first round of selections. Secondly, the short-listed candidates are sorted and added to the final nomination list. Finally, the nominated athletes are revealed, and sports enthusiasts can vote to help their favorite athletes win a prestigious ESPY award!

Who has the most ESPY Awards?

Tiger Woods, an American golfer, has earned the most ESPY awards (21 in total) during his 26-year professional career.

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Who votes on ESPY Awards? 

From the beginning of the show until 2004, the ESPY Awards were solely decided by fan votes. However, since 2004, sportspeople, sportswriters, broadcasters, sports executives, and collectively, experts have been allowed to vote. The “ESPY Select Nominating Committee” chooses who will be nominated for an award, but fans are the only ones who decide who will win.

ESPY Awards 2022 Date, Time, Location:

The prestigious award show is set to take place on 20th July at 8 p.m. ET (Eastern Time) in Los Angeles, California, United States of America.

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2022 ESPY Awards Winners:

The 2022 ESPY Awards have not yet happened, but we will reveal the winners as soon as the show is over on July 20th on our website.

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