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When Are The 2019 ESPYs? Nominees, Winners, Date, Time, Channel and Live Stream Information For The Annual Awards Show

The full schedule, time, channel, live stream, presenters, attendees, nominees, and winners for the 2019 ESPYs.

The 27th edition of the ESPYS honored the top athletes in the world and their achievements at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday.

The top sports award show did not disappoint as it seemlessly blended celebrities, musicians, athletes, and courageous individuals on one stage.

Among the many hosts and presenters were comedian Tracy Morgan, Kobe Bryant, Billie Jean King, actress Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks and Lily Singh, comedian Joel McHale, and singer Usher.

Among the many nominees were Drew Brees, Todd Gurley, Chloe Kim, Patrick Mahomes, Saquon Barkley, Mikaela Shiffrin, Breanna Stewart, and Trae Young.

Russell Wilson, Jared Goff, Rob Gronkowski, Zion Williamson, Brooks Koepka, Lindsey Vonn, Dwyane Wade and the 2019 Women's World Cup Team all took home awards.

The full list of winners is below:

Jimmy V Award for Perseverance: Rob Mendez

Pat Tillman Award for Service: Kirstie Ennis

Arthur Ashe Award for Courage: Bill Russell

Best Coach: Jim Calhoun

Best Team

Boston Red Sox (MLB)

Clemson Tigers (NCAA Football)

New England Patriots (NFL)

Toronto Raptors (NBA)

Baylor Bears (NCAA Women's Basketball)

Virginia Cavaliers (NCAA Men's Basketball)

US Women's National Team (World Cup) - WINNER

Best Male Athlete

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs

Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks - WINNER

Brooks Koepka, Golf

Best Female Athlete

Breanna Stewart, Seattle Storm

Simone Biles, Gymnast

Alex Morgan, USWNT - WINNER

Mikaela Shiffrin, US Skiing

Best Breakthrough Athlete

Saquon Barkley, New York Giants - WINNER

Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers

Trae Young, Atlanta Hawks

Naomi Osaka – US Open, Australian Open

Best Comeback

St. Louis Blues - WINNER

Best Moment

Rob Gronkowski, Lindsey Vonn, and Dwyane Wade retire - WINNER

Best Game

NCAAF – LSU vs. Texas A&M: Aggies win seven-overtime 74-72 thriller in highest scoring game in FBS history

NFL Week 11 – LA Rams (54) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (51) – Monday Night Football - WINNER

NCAAW Final Four – Notre Dame (81) vs. UConn (76) – 26 lead changes

Best College Athlete

Kyler Murray, Oklahoma Football – 2018 Heisman Trophy Winner

Zion Williamson, Duke MBB – 2019 Wooden Award Winner - WINNER

Rachel Garcia, UCLA Softball – USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year

Sabrina Ionescu, Oregon WBB – 2019 Wooden Award Winner

Best Record-Breaking Performance

Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) passed Peyton Manning’s 71,940 career passing yards to move into first place on the all-time list; most completions in NFL history, 6,300+ completions passes Brett Favre - WINNER

Sabrina Ionescu (Oregon Basketball) recorded her 13th triple-double. She now holds the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball record for triple doubles. She surpassed Kyle Collinsworth’s mark of 12 in four seasons at BYU. She also broke the Division I men’s and women’s record in a single season in the Ducks’ 96–78 win over Southern California (7) breaking former BYU guard Kyle Collinsworth

Klay Thompson (Golden State Warriors) broke the NBA 3-point record in a game with 14, passing Stephen Curry’s previous mark

Matthew Boling became the first-ever high schooler to break 10 seconds in the 100-meter dash, dropping a 9.98

Best Play (bracket-style voting)

Miami Miracle: Miami Dolphins Stun the New England Patriots

Kawhi Leonard Drains Game-Winner at Buzzer in Game 7

Derrick Henry’s NFL-record 99-yard run vs. Jaguars

Wayne Rooney Just Single-Handedly Won A Match For D.C. United

UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi scores a perfect 10 - WINNER

Andrew Benintendi calls game

Damian Lillard Sends OKC Home On Buzzer Beater

Manchester QB Brendon Clar throws this ball to Kevin Henderson for the 48 yard TD catch

Texas Tech WR makes one-handed grab that mirrors OBJs best catch

Kinsley Washington singled home Jacqui Prober to win the Bruins’ 12th softball title

Julie Ertz gives the USWNT the lead early in the second half

Texas A&M’s Infinite Tucker goes ALL OUT for the gold

Arike Ogunbowale Behind the Back Pass

Kihei Clark, Mamadi Diakite Save Virginia at the buzzer

Wilmington Charter’s Taylor Gillis with CATCH OF THE YEAR!

‘Hail Mary’ pass helps Texas high school football team win state title

Best Viral Sports Moment

Rudolph “Blaze” Ingram, the 7-year-old running phenom is already faster than you

Texas A&M’s Infinite Tucker goes ALL OUT for the gold

Katelyn Ohashi, UCLA Gymnastics – scores a perfect 10 - WINNER

Don’t Sleep on Sister Mary Jo’s curveball

Best Upset

NCAAF – Old Dominion defeats No. 13 Virginia Tech 49-35, Old Dominion only had a 1.8% chance of winning according to ESPN’s FPI, making it the largest upset by an FBS team in the 14 years of Football Power Index projections

2018 US Open – Naomi Osaka defeating Serena Williams

NHL – Columbus Blue Jackets pulled off what many thought impossible, an upset for the ages after a 7-3 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning on in Game 4 of their best-of-7 series.

Boxing – Andy Ruiz Jr. upset win over Anthony Joshua - WINNER

Best International Men’s Soccer Player

Lionel Messi - WINNER

Cristiano Ronaldo

Kylian Mbappe

Virgil Van Dyke

Best International Women’s Soccer Player

Pernille Harder, Denmark

Ada Hegerberg, Norway

Sam Kerr, Australia - WINNER

Lucy Bronze, England

Best NFL Player

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs - WINNER

Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams

Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams

Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

Best MLB Player

Mookie Betts, Red Sox

Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers - WINNER

Jacob DeGrom, New York Mets

Blake Snell, Tampa Bays Rays

Best NHL Player

Nikita Kucherov, Tampa Bay Lightning

Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers

Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado Avalanche

Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals - WINNER

Best Driver

Lewis Hamilton, F1

Steve Torrence, NHRA

Scott Dixon, Indy


Best NBA Player

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks - WINNER

James Harden, Houston Rockets

Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors

Paul George, OKC Thunder

Best WNBA Player

Breanna Stewart, Seattle Storm - WINNER

Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury

Elena Delle Donne, Washington Mystics

Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks

Best Boxer

Canelo Alvarez - WINNER

Vasily Lomachenko

Oleksandr Usyk

Terence Crawford

Best MMA Fighter

Israel Adesanya

Daniel Cormier - WINNER

Henry Cejudo

Amanda Nunes

Best Male Golfer

Brooks Koepka - WINNER

Tiger Woods

Justin Rose

Francesco Molinari

Best Female Golfer

Ariya Jutanugarn

Brooke Henderson - WINNER

Jin-Young Ko

Sung Hyun Park

Best Male Tennis Player

Novak Djokovic

Rafael Nadal

Roger Federer - WINNER

Stefanos Tsitsipas

Best Female Tennis Player

Naomi Osaka

Simona Halep

Serena Williams - WINNER

Petra Kvitová

Best MLS Player

Josef Martinez, Atlanta United

Wayne Rooney, DC United

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, LA Galaxy - WINNER

Aaron Long, NY Red Bulls

Best NWSL Player

Lindsey Horan, Portland Thorns

Adrianna Franch, Portland Thorns

Sam Kerr, Chicago Red Stars - WINNER

Abby Erceg, North Carolina Courage


Nyjah Huston (USA), skateboard - WINNER

Scotty James (AUS), snowboard

Tom Pages (FRA), freestyle motocross

Gabriel Medina (BRA), surf


Kelly Sildaru (EST), ski

Chloe Kim (USA), snowboard - WINNER

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (NZL), snowboard

Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), surf

Best Horse Jockey

Irad Ortiz Jr.

Mike Smith - WINNER

Florent Geroux

Jose Ortiz


Mark Barr – Triathalon - WINNER

Declan Farmer – Hockey

Daniel Romanchuk – Marathon Racing 

Oz Sanchez – Cycling


Oksana Masters, Nordic Skiing

Tatyana McFadden, Marathon Racing 

Shawn Morelli, Cycling

Allysa Seely, Triathalon - WINNER

Best Bowler

Jason Belmonte

Norm Duke - WINNER

Anthony Simonsen 

Jakob Butturff

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