ESPY Awards

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Watch: Ciara Sings National Anthem At MLB All-Star Game

Russell Wilson’s girlfriend, singer and actress Ciara, belted out the National Anthem for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game

CBS Seattle–07/15/2015

Lauren Hill of Mount St. Joseph during the game against Hiram at Cintas Center on November 2, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hill, a freshman, has terminal cancer and this game was granted a special waiver by the NCAA to start the season early so she could play in a game.

ESPYs To Honor Former College Basketball Player Lauren Hill

Hill inspired people with her fight against brain cancer and raised over $1.5 million for cancer research before she died April 10. Her life will be celebrated in a special presentation at the ESPYs on Wednesday night

1090 The Fan–07/15/2015

LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 16:  NFL player Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks accepts the Best Breakthrough Athlete award onstage during the 2014 ESPYS at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on July 16, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Richard Sherman, Britney Spears Will Be ESPY Awards Presenters

Actor and comedian Joel McHale will host the show, which air on July 15 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

CBS Seattle–07/15/2015

attends the Friars Club Roast of Terry Bradshaw during the ESPN Super Bowl Roast at the Arizona Biltmore on January 29, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona. Michael Buckner/Getty Images

Joel McHale Ready To Take Aim During ESPY Awards

Joel McHale has landed the ultimate gig for a serious sports fan: hosting the ESPY Awards.

CBS Seattle–07/14/2015

The Seattle Seahawks picked up the ESPYs Best Team award  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Seahawks, Richard Sherman Take Home ESPYs

The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks won best team while All-Pro cornerback, Richard Sherman, won breakthrough athlete.

1090 The Fan–07/17/2014

Josh Sweeney (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images for USOC)

Oregon Resident And Paralympic Star, Sgt. Josh Sweeney, Earns ESPYs 1st Tillman Award

When retired Marine Sgt. Josh Sweeney recounts his inspirational journey following an explosion that took both his legs in Afghanistan, he leaves out an important detail: His gold-medal winning goal

1090 The Fan–06/25/2014