Photos: 2019 ESPYS Red Carpet

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Former U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Kirstie Ennis was presented with the Pat Tillman Award for Service on Wednesday night. After suffering severe injuries in a helicopter crash while she was on active duty in Afghanistan, doctors amputated Ennis' left leg below the knee.

Former UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi, who won ESPYS for Best Viral Sports Moment and Best Play, takes a different tack on the red carpet.

Former Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who was honored alongside Lindsey Vonn and Dwyane Wade for Best Moment, greets Captain Obvious before the official festivities begin.

Rob Mendez arrives on the red carpet before being honored with the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance. Born with no arms and no legs, Mendez lives and breathes his mantra of "Who says I can't?" as the head coach of the Prospect High School (Saratoga, California) JV football team.

Hannah Storm, Ciara and Russell Wilson met up on the red carpet during the 2019 ESPYS. Later, Ciara and Wilson would present the Jimmy V Award to Rob Mendez.

Like the other athletes on the red carpet, the Cadillac's CT6 is agile and fierce. From tight cornering to open roads, every ride is one to conquer and remember.

Celtics legend Paul Pierce lets everyone know he has arrived for the ESPYS.

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney and some of his fellow national champion Tigers are ready for the party at the 2019 ESPYS.

Bobby Witt, selected No. 2 in the MLB draft by the Kansas City Royals, and Kelley Lynch, committed to Washington softball, show off their latest trophy, the 2019 Gatorade National Player of the Year award.

Tyler "Ninja" Blevins and his wife, Jessica, take a break from the world of all things esports to take in the 2019 ESPYS.