ESPN Wins a Company-Record 13 Sports Emmy® Awards

At the 44th Annual Sports Emmy® Awards ceremony Monday night, ESPN won in 13 categories—setting a company record as the National Academy of Television and Sciences honored the best in sports media. ESPN has now won 246 Sports Emmy Awards in 36 years of eligibility, surpassing its own record this year for most wins; ESPN’s previous record of 11 wins was set in 1996 and matched in 2015 and 2022.

ESPN was recognized in a range of categories, reflecting its commitment to diverse storytelling, quality programming, and innovative excellence. Wins were received across a variety of properties, including the NFL, college football, the NHL, and the NBA.

Congratulations to this year’s Sports Emmy Award winners from ESPN:

Personality/Event Analyst
Peyton Manning (ESPN2, ESPN+)

Digital Innovation
McEnroe vs. McEnroe (ABC, ESPN, ESPN+)

Long Feature
Betsy & Irv (ESPN+)

Short Feature
College GameDay: “Jump Around” (ESPN)

Lisa Salters (ESPN, ABC)

Edited Event Coverage
Welcome to the NHL: 2022 NHL Draft (ESPN+, NHL Network)

Editing – Short Form
Outside the Lines – “Without You” (ESPN)

E60: “Remember the Blue and Yellow” (ESPN, ESPN+)

Personality/Studio Analyst
Ryan Clark (ESPN, ESPN2, ABC)

Mike Breen (ABC)

The Dick Schaap Writing Award – Short Form
Outside the Lines – “Without You” (ESPN)

Live Series
Monday Night Football (ESPN)

Studio Show – Daily
SportsCenter (ESPN)