2020 ESPYs full results and highlights

2020 ESPYs full results and highlights

Like pretty much everything else in the world right now, the ESPYs are being held without fans and remotely. The ceremony hosted by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, United States women’s national team star Megan Rapinoe and three-time WNBA champion Sue Bird. Follow along with FanSided who will be updating the winner’s list live.

2020 ESPYs full results

Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award

WINNER: Nelson Cruz (MLB Minnesota Twins)

Kevin Love (NBA Cleveland Cavaliers)
Devin and Jason McCourty (NFL New England Patriots)
Maya Moore (WNBA Minnesota Lynx)
Titus O’Neil (WWE Superstar)

Sports Humanitarian Team of the Year

WINNER: Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB)

Denver Broncos (NFL)
New York City FC (MLS)
Sacramento Kings (NBA)

Corporate Community Impact Award

Anthem Foundation
Burton Snowboards
Peach Bowl

Can’t-Stop-Watching Moment 

Jackson State Manager Thomas Lee Drills 3

Riley Sartain-Vaughan Bat Flip

Newtown Wins Title on Anniversary of Sandy Hook Shooting

Obed Lekhehle High Jump

Also awarded:

Arthur Ashe Award for Courage: Cleveland Cavaliers Forward Kevin Love

Jimmy V Award for Perseverance: Mesabi Range College Running Back Taquarius Wair

Pat Tillman Award for Service: Boxer Kim Clavel

Stuart Scott ENSPIRE Award: WNBA and WNBA Players Association

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