Steph Curry adds to a list of athletes who hosted ESPYs
Curry joins a growing list of stars who have hosted one of the biggest award shows in sports.
Curry to show sharpshooting wit as ESPYS host
Along with being nominated for three awards, Warriors star Stephen Curry will serve as the host of this year's ESPYS.
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best College Athlete, Men's Sports
Bryce Young, Dante Polvara, Chet Holmgren and Logan Wisnauskas are all up for the award.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best College Athlete, Women's Sports
Aliyah Boston, Jaelin Howell, Jocelyn Alo, Charlotte North are all nominated for the award.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best NBA Player
Warriors star Steph Curry and back-to-back MVP Nikola Jokić are among the nominees.
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best Olympian, Women's Sports
The nominees include track and field star Allyson Felix and swimmer Katie Ledecky.
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Steph Curry and Oksana Masters lead nominations
Fresh off winning his fourth NBA title, Steph Curry has been nominated for three of the show's biggest awards.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best Game
The nominees include thrilling performances from UConn's Women's Basketball Team and the Kansas City Chiefs.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best Driver
Kyle Larson, Max Verstappen, Steve Torrence and Álex Palou earn nominations for Best Driver at the 2022 ESPYS.
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best Olympian, Men's Sports
Here are the nominees: Nathan Chen, Declan Farmer, Nick Mayhugh and Caeleb Dressel.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best MMA Fighter
Kamaru Usman and Kayla Harrison are just two of the fighters nominated for the award.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best WWE Moment
ESPYS 2022 -- Best WWE Moment
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best Athlete, Men's Sports
Stephen Curry, Aaron Rodgers, Shohei Ohtani and Connor McDavid will compete for the award.
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best Play
Ja Morant, Justin Tucker, Hansel Enmanuel and Megan Rapinoe are all up for the award.
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best Championship Performance
The four nominees are Cooper Kupp, Julianna Peña, Max Verstappen and Cale Makar.
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best Athlete, Women's Sports
The nominees include WNBA star Candace Parker and Olympians Sunisa Lee and Katie Ledecky.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best Boxer
Tyson Fury and Shakur Stevenson are among the nominees for Best Boxer.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best Breakthrough Athlete
The nominees include Trinity Rodman, Eileen Gu, Jonathan Taylor and Ja Morant.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best Athlete With A Disability, Men's Sports
Will Declan Farmer, Nick Mayhugh, Brad Snyder or Ian Seidenfeld take home the trophy at the 2022 ESPYS?
ESPYS 2022 -- Best MLB Player
Does Shohei Ohtani, Bryce Harper, Aaron Judge or Jorge Soler get your vote for the 2022 ESPYS?
ESPYS 2022 -- Best MLS Player
Will Valentin Castellanos, Jesús Ferreira, Carles Gil or Carlos Vela walk away the winner at the 2022 ESPYS?
ESPYS 2022 -- Best Athlete, Women's Tennis
Iga Świątek has dominated on the tennis court, but Emma Radacanu, Ashleigh Barty and Leylah Fernandez are also in the running at the 2022 ESPYS.
ESPYS 2022 -- Best Athlete, Men's Golf
Does Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas or Jon Rahm get your vote for the 2022 ESPYS?
ESPYS 2022 -- Best NFL Player
Does Cooper Kupp, T.J. Watt, Aaron Rodgers or Jonathan Taylor get your vote for the 2022 ESPYS?
ESPYS 2022 vote -- Best Comeback Athlete
Here are the nominees: Klay Thompson, Trey Mancini, Diamond DeShields and Joe Burrow.
Manchester United star Marcus Rashford wins Pat Tillman Award for Service after raising millions to feed children
Manchester United star Marcus Rashford, who helped raise millions of dollars during the COVID-19 pandemic to help feed children in England, will receive the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 2021 ESPYS.
Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award winner Maryam Shojeai helped bring global awareness to the discriminatory ban on women, in part with the #NoBan4Women petition. In 2019, the ban was lifted and women reentered the stadiums, but her fight for equality continues.
New portraits of stars set the stage for the 2019 awards show.
Born without arms and legs, Rob Mendez was determined to become a head football coach. Here, the 2019 recipient of the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance writes a letter to the game that changed his life and allowed him to inspire others.
Coach Jim Valvano's acceptance speech for the Arthur Ashe Courage and Humanitarian Award at the 1993 ESPYs transcended sports and time.
Team Rubicon CEO Jake Wood notes that the words "thank you" are the most important he'll share and asks everyone to love and help their neighbor.
Donovan Mitchell thanks his family for providing a strong support system, then implores everyone to not put limits on themselves.
Danica Patrick throws shade at LeBron James' hairline, then makes some jokes about JR Smith's Game 1 snafu in the NBA Finals.
Dan Marino and John Elway praise Jim Kelly for his toughness on the field which has now carried over off the field.
Robin Roberts recounts listening to Jim Valvano's speech at the first ESPYs and reflects on how the V Foundation has impacted her life.
Tim Kurkjian recounts his father's brave battle with cancer before passing away and asks you to donate to the V Foundation.
Rod Gilmore tells the story of his father's battle with cancer and how he has persevered through his diagnosis with multiple myeloma.
David Lloyd lost his sister to cancer when he was just a teenager and felt as if he'd paid his lifetime "dues to this disease," until his 3-year-old daughter was diagnosed. He shares her fight and asks you to donate to The V Foundation.
Sage Steele is impressed by how positive and mentally strong Stuart Scott was in the final year of his life.
Randy Scott reflects on his mother's courageous battle against cancer before passing away.
Jay Harris shares one of his favorite memories of his aunt before she died of cancer.