The 2024 ESPYS hosted by Serena Williams LIVE on ESPN
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The 2024 ESPYS hosted by Serena Williams LIVE on ESPN

The 2024 ESPYS hosted by Serena Williams LIVE on ESPN – The 2024 ESPYS, hosted by Serena Williams, will be broadcast LIVE Friday July 12 at 10am AEST on ESPN, where some of the world’s best athletes and biggest stars commemorate the past year in sports from The Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
The star-studded ceremony will recognize major athletic achievements, relive unforgettable moments, honour leading athletes and feature exciting musical performances.
Top celebrities from sports and entertainment will gather to recognize nominees and honour winners in categories such as “Best Athlete, Men’s Sports,” “Best Athlete, Women’s Sports,” “Best Breakthrough Athlete,” “Best Record-Breaking Performance,” “Best Championship Performance,” and “Best Comeback Athlete.”Nominees include Simone Biles, Jaylen Brown, Caitlin Clark, Coco Gauff, Patrick Mahomes, Shohei Ohtani and Victor Wembanyama.

Former NFL safety Steve Gleason will be given the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage, University of South Carolina women’s basketball head coach Dawn Staley will be honoured with the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex will be awarded the Pat Tillman Award for Service.

Additionally, the Sports Humanitarian Awards will feature honourees as part of this year’s show including the recipient of the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award and the Billie Jean King Youth Leadership Award. 

Stars and athletes scheduled to present this year include: Quinta Brunson (Emmy-Award Winning Actress, Abbott Elementary), Nikki Glaser (Stand-Up Comedian & Actress), Rob Lowe (Actor & Host, The Floor, Brats), Paige Bueckers (NCAA Women’s Basketball Player, University of Connecticut), Drew Brees (Super Bowl Champion & NFL Hall of Famer), Draymond Green (Four-Time NBA Champion, Golden State Warriors), Bryce Young (Quarterback, Carolina Panthers), Lindsey Vonn (Olympic Gold Medallist, Alpine Ski Racing), Mark Ingram II (Three-Time Pro Bowl Champion, On-Air Sports Personality), Flau’jae Johnson (Rapper & NCAA College Basketball Player, Louisiana State University), Colman Domingo (Actor, Euphoria), GloRilla (Award-Winning Rapper), Daisy Ridley (Award-Winning Actress, Star Wars series), Allyson Felix (Olympic Gold Medalist, Track & Field), Damar Hamlin (Safety, Buffalo Bills), Candace Parker (Retired WNBA Player, NBA Analyst), Brian Tyree Henry (Actor, Atlanta), Ryan Blaney (NASCAR driver, 2023 NASCAR Cup Series champion) and more.

In addition, top athletes and celebrities scheduled to attend include: Allen Iverson (11-Time NBA All-Star), Nick Saban (Seven-Time College Football National Champion, Alabama Crimson Tide), Venus Williams (Olympic Gold Medalist, Tennis), Andy Reid (Three-Time Super Bowl Champion, Kansas City Chiefs), Jayden Daniels (2024 Heisman Trophy Winner, Louisiana State University), Livvy Dunne (NCAA Gymnast, Louisiana State University), J.J. McCarthy (Quarterback, Minnesota Vikings), Sugar Ray Leonard (Former Professional Boxer), Jaylen Brown (NBA Champion, Boston Celtics), Derrick White (NBA Champion, Boston Celtics), CJ McCollum (NBA Player, New Orleans Pelicans) and more.

  • Top nominees include Simone Biles, Jaylen Brown, Caitlin Clark, Coco Gauff, Patrick Mahomes and Shohei Ohtani
  • First time nominees include Haleigh Bryant, Coco Gauff, C.J. Stroud, Juju Watkins, and Victor Wembanyama
  • Patrick Mahomes and Shohei Ohtani will seek their second win for “Best Athlete, Men’s Sports” to join LeBron James, Lance Armstrong, and Tiger Woods as the only athletes to win the category multiple times.
  • Caitlin Clark, Coco Gauff, and Nelly Korda earn their first nomination for “Best Athlete, Female Sports.” They are up against 2x nominee A’ja Wilson.
  • Christian McCaffrey tied Lenny Moore for the most consecutive games with a touchdown in NFL history (including playoffs), earning him his second nomination for “Best Record-Breaking Performance.” McCaffrey was nominated in this category in 2016 after setting the single season DI all-purpose yards record.
  • 2x World Series MVP Corey Seager and 2x American League MVP Shohei Ohtani will face-off for “Best MLB Player.” Rounding out the category is Ronald Acuña Jr. and Gerrit Cole.
The 2024 ESPYS

Friday July 12

10am AEST, The 2024 ESPYS, ESPN

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The 2024 ESPYS hosted by Serena Williams LIVE on ESPN

The 2024 ESPYS hosted by Serena Williams LIVE on ESPN

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