ESPY Awards 2019: The ESPY 2019 Awards are back and the stars will be able to illuminate Los Angeles.The 27th annual event, which will be broadcast live from Microsoft Theater, will be presented by comedian Tracy Morgan and will bring together the best athletes and artists from around the world.
While the last O.G. The actor groups the crowd with jokes, the prizes will be awarded in categories such as the best male and female athletes, the best team, the best annoying and revolutionary athlete.
Then there is the best performance that surpasses the record and, of course, the favorite of the fans, the best moment of the viral sport.
As expected, this year’s ESPY will be a star, with celebrities such as Dave Bautista, Usher, Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks, Joel McHale, Billie Jean King, Chris Long and Kumani Nanjiani, who will hand out prizes to their athletes.
One of the greatest sports nights is fast approaching! The ESPY 2019 awards, the annual sports performance awards, will be held in California on Wednesday, July 10. Serena Williams and Simone Biles will be among the nominated athletes. Here you have everything you need to know about this year’s ESPY.
Matthew Boling: became the first high school student to achieve 10 seconds in the 100 meters, dropping 9.98. Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) – Passed 71,940 passing yards from Peyton Manning to the top of the all-time list; more than 6,300 successful finals in NFL history, Brett Favre
Sabrina Ionescu (Oregon Basketball) recorded her 13 triple-double. He now holds the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Record in Double Triples. She surpassed the 12 mark of Kyle Collinsworth in four seasons at BYU. He also broke the men’s and women’s triple season record in one season in the 96-78 Ducks’ win over southern California (7), breaking the Collinsworth record.
Klay Thompson (Golden State Warriors) – broke the record of 3 points of the NBA in 14 games, surpassing the previous mark of Stephen Curry
Last month it was announced that Tracy Morgan would host the ESPY 2019 Awards. “I am very happy to welcome the ESPYs,” Morgan said in a statement. “I hope my uncle, Sidney Poitier, is with my biological father, Tony Dorsett, and my second cousin, Herschel Walker.”
ESPY’s executive producer, Maura Mandt, called Morgan a “natural choice” for the concert. “Tracy is effortlessly fun and deeply passionate about sports,” he said. “Few people can own a room like Tracy Morgan, and I can not wait to see what’s in the show.”
All four of these men have had impressive years in their respective sports. Mahomes, Betts and Antetokounmpo were MVP Award winners, while Koepka won his second PGA Championship earlier this year.
Betts could have a slight edge over Mahomes and Antetokounmpo, as he helped lead the Boston Red Sox to the World Series championship last fall. He had a great season, batting .346 with 32 home runs and 80 RBIs.
However, even though the Kansas City Chiefs’ season didn’t end with a Super Bowl appearance, Mahomes had a season for the record books. He became only the third NFL quarterback to throw 50 touchdown passes in a season, joining Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.
Mahomes also consistently made unbelievable plays, extending plays with his legs and utilizing ridiculous sidearm throws that frequently showed up on the highlight reels. All four of these men are deserving candidates, but this award will go to Mahomes.
Many star athletes are competing for this year’s ESPY awards, which include tennis players Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, golfer Tiger Woods, NFL players Kevin Durant and James Harden, and gymnast Simone Biles. Osaka is one of the most nominated athletes of the year, with three categories: Best Advance Athlete, Best Tennis Player and Best Offset, for defeating Williams at the US Open in 2018.