Who Won the 2021 Sports Emmy?

The 2021 Sports Emmy Awards were announced last night, and there were some big winners! Here’s a complete list of who took home a trophy.

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The 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced the winners of the 42nd annual Sports Emmy Awards on Tuesday night, with ESPN winning the coveted Outstanding Live Sports Special for its production of “The Last Dance.”

The 10-part docuseries, which chronicles Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls, won a total of six Emmys, including Outstanding Edited Sport Special.

Other big winners included HBO Sports, which took home four Emmys for its documentary “ Being Serena,” and NBC Sports, which won three Emmys for its coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

This year’s ceremony was held virtually for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Winners of the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The winners of the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards were announced on Tuesday, May 11. The annual awards ceremony honors the best in sports broadcasting and production.

This year’s winners include ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption” for Outstanding Studio Show, NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” for Outstanding Live Sports Special, and HBO’s “24/7: Road to the Winter Classic” for Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary.

Other notable winners include NBC’s Al Michaels, who was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award, and Fox Sports’ Joe Buck, who won the Outstanding Play-by-Play award for his work on NFL games.

The Nominees for the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The nominees for the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards have been announced, and the list includes a wide range of athletes, broadcasters, and sports figures.

The nominees for Outstanding Live Sports Special are Super Bowl LIV, the 2020 World Series, the 2020 NBA Finals, and the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship.

The nominees for Outstanding Live Sports Series are Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, PGA Tour Golf, and NBA on TNT.

The nominees for Outstanding Studio Show are Inside the NBA on TNT, Pardon the Interruption, Get Up!, and NFL Countdown.

And the nominees for Outstanding Event Coverage are NBC Olympics’ coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, ESPN’s coverage of the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship, Fox Sports’ coverage of the 2019 World Series, and NBC’s Sunday Night Football.

The Hosts of the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The 45th annual Sports Emmy Awards were announced on May 10, 2021, with a special ceremony hosted by Mike Tirico and Maria Taylor. The awards are given out by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and honor the best in sports television and radio.

This year’s big winner was ESPN, which took home 19 awards, including the award for Outstanding Live Sports Special (for its broadcast of the College Football Playoff National Championship game). Other winners included Fox Sports (for its coverage of Major League Baseball) and NBC Sports (for its coverage of the Winter Olympics).

The Presenters of the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced today the presenters for the 42nd Annual Sports Emmy Awards. The awards will be handed out on May 24th, live on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) at 8PM ET from Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall in New York City.

Among those scheduled to present are 2021 honorees Roger Federer and Alex Morgan, as well as Aly Raisman, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Jimmy Vesey, Joe Girardi, Laila Ali, Rebecca Lobo, Ronnie Lott and Scott Van Pelt.

The Performers at the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

Although this year’s Sports Emmy Awards looked a bit different due to the ongoing pandemic, there were still plenty of talented athletes and personalities who were honored for their outstanding work in the industry. Below is a list of some of the night’s big winners.

-Brent Musburger, recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award
-Bob Costas, winner of the Outstanding Studio Host award
-Mike Tirico, winner of the Outstanding Play-by-Play award
-Rece Davis, winner of the Outstanding Studio Analyst award

The Red Carpet at the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The 2021 Sports Emmy Awards were held on May 9th at a virtual ceremony honoring the best in sports broadcasting. The event was hosted by play-by-play broadcaster Ernie Johnson Jr., and featured appearances by some of the biggest names in sports media.

The awards were presented in a total of 37 categories, with winners ranging from iconic sports broadcasters to up-and-coming talents. Among the evening’s big winners were ESPN, which took home 16 awards, including Outstanding Live Sports Special for its coverage of the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship. NBC Sports also had a strong showing, winning 12 Emmys, including Outstanding Edited Sports Special for its production of ” all or Nothing: Manchester City.”

Other notable winners included HBO Sports, which won four Emmys for its documentary ” being Serena,” and NFL Films, which won three Emmys for its work on the popular series ” hard Knocks.”

The complete list of winners can be found below.

Outstanding Live Sports Special: ESPN – 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship
Outstanding Edited Sports Special: NBC Sports – all or Nothing: Manchester City
Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly: Inside the NFL (Showtime)
Outstanding Studio Show – Daily: Pardon the Interruption (ESPN)
Outstanding Studio Show – Limited Run: A Champion’s Mindset with Michael Phelps ( Showtime)
Outstanding Live Coverage of a Single Sport Event: CBS Sports – 2019 Masters Tournament
Outstanding Live Coverage of a Multi-Sport Event: NBC Olympics – 2018 Winter Olympics
Outstanding Post produced Audio/Radio Program: E60 (ESPN)
Outstanding Play-by-Play Personality: Jim Nantz (CBS)
Outstanding Studio Host: Bob Costas (NBC/ MLB Network)

The After-Party at the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

On the night of May 11th, HBO Sports and Bleacher Report co-hosted the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards after-party at pier 59 in Manhattan. The evening celebrated the nominees and winners of this year’s awards show, which was held earlier in the day.

Invitees enjoyed music, drinks, and hors d’oeuvres while mingling with fellow sports industry members. The night’s big winners included ESPN’s Vince Doria (Lifetime Achievement Award), Michael Strahan (Outstanding Studio Host), and Alex Rodriguez (Outstanding Studio Analyst).

Other honorees included NBC Sports’ Al Michaels (Outstanding Play-By-Play Announcer), Fox Sports’ Joe Buck (Outstanding Event Analyst), CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz (Outstanding Sports Personality – Sportscaster), and NFL Films’ Greg Cosell ( Lifetime Achievement Award).

The Fashion at the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The 2021 Sports Emmy Awards were held virtually on May 3, and while there were no red carpets or fashion shows, that didn’t stop the nominees and attendees from dressing up for the occasion. Here are some of the best looks from the night.

-Tara Lipinski in Oscar de la Renta
– Lindsey Vonn in Galvan
– Cari Champion in Christian Siriano
– Alex Morgan in Ulla Johnson
– Aly Raisman in Prabal Gurung

The Memorable Moments at the 2021 Sports Emmy Awards

The 54th annual Sports Emmy Awards took place on Tuesday evening, with a number of familiar faces taking home top honors.

Among the winners was NBC’s Al Michaels, who took home the Outstanding Sports Personality – Play-by-Play award for his work on Sunday Night Football. Michaels has now won 11 Sports Emmys in his career.

Other winners included ESPN’s Bill Raftery, who was named Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst for his work on college basketball coverage, and HBO’s Jemele Hill, who won the Outstanding Sports Reporter award for her work on E:60.

The full list of winners can be found here.

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