43rd Sports Emmy Awards
DateMay 24, 2022
LocationJazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall

The 43rd Sports Emmy Awards were presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), honoring the best in American sports television coverage in 2021. The ceremony took place in-person for the first time in three years, at the Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall.[1][2]

The nominations were announced on April 6, 2022.[3] ESPN was the most nominated network with 40 nominations while NFL 360 received more nominations than any other program with 12. American sports broadcaster and television personality Lesley Visser became the first female recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Winners and nominees

Mike Tirico, Outstanding Sports Personality/Studio Host winner
Mike Tirico, Outstanding Sports Personality/Studio Host winner
Nate Burleson, Outstanding Sports Personality/Play-by-Play winner
Nate Burleson, Outstanding Sports Personality/Play-by-Play winner
Cris Collinsworth, Outstanding Sports Personality/Sports Event Analyst winner
Cris Collinsworth, Outstanding Sports Personality/Sports Event Analyst winner
Holly Rowe, Outstanding Sports Personality/Sports Reporter winner
Holly Rowe, Outstanding Sports Personality/Sports Reporter winner
Adriana Monsalve, Outstanding On-Air Personality in Spanish winner
Adriana Monsalve, Outstanding On-Air Personality in Spanish winner

The nominees were announced on April 6, 2022.[4] The winners were announced on May 24, 2022.[5]

Lifetime Achievement Award

Programming

Outstanding Live Sports Special Outstanding Live Sports Series
Outstanding Playoff Coverage Outstanding Edited Event Coverage
Outstanding Edited Special Outstanding Hosted Edited Series
Outstanding Esports Championship Coverage Outstanding Short Documentary
  • NFL 360: "Mark Pattison: Searching for the Summit" (NFL Network)
    • Black History Always Special: "Finding Free" (ESPN+)
    • Black History Always Special: "I Run with Maud" (ESPN+)
    • Black History Always Special: "Monochrome" (ESPN+)
    • Relentless: "The Brendon Wiseley Story" (FS1)
    • UFC Chronicles: "A Tree Is Known By Its Fruit" (UFC Fight Pass)
Outstanding Long Documentary Outstanding Documentary Series
Outstanding Documentary Series - Serialized Outstanding Open/Tease
Outstanding Studio Show - Weekly Outstanding Studio Show - Daily
Outstanding Studio Show - Limited Run Outstanding Journalism
Outstanding Short Feature Outstanding Long Feature
  • The NFL Today: "The Move" (CBS)
    • NFL 360: "Sam Gordon: In a League of Their Own" (NFL Network)
    • SC Featured: "A Father's Resilience" (ESPN)
    • The Arena on TNT: "'The Stage' by Harry Edwards" (TNT)
    • Welcome to NBA Lane (NBA Social)
Outstanding Studio Show in Spanish Outstanding Feature Story in Spanish
Outstanding Interactive Experience - Event Coverage Outstanding Interactive Experience - Original Programming
Outstanding Digital Innovation Outstanding Promotional Announcement
Outstanding Public Service Announcement/Campaign
  • #StrongerTogether: "What Agnes Saw" (Olympics.com)

Personality

Outstanding Sports Personality/Studio Host Outstanding Sports Personality/Play-by-Play
Outstanding Sports Personality/Studio Analyst Outstanding Sports Personality/Sports Event Analyst
Outstanding Sports Personality/Sports Reporter Outstanding Sports Personality/Emerging On-Air Talent
Outstanding On-Air Personality in Spanish

Technical

Outstanding Technical Team Event Outstanding Technical Team Studio
Outstanding Camera Work - Short Form Outstanding Camera Work - Long Form
  • The Ultimate Run – Christoph Thoresen, Michael Haunschmidt, Lukas Kusstatscher, Sven Lerjen, Alexander Meliss, Torge Nagel, Julian Pintarelli, Daniel Schiessl, Martin Venier, Jonas Vieider (Red Bull TV)
Outstanding Editing - Short Forn Outstanding Editing - Long Form
Outstanding Music Direction Outstanding Studio or Production Design/Art Direction
Outstanding Audio/Sound - Live Event Outstanding Audio/Sound - Post-Produced
Outstanding Graphic Design - Event/Show Outstanding Graphic Design - Specialty
The Dick Schaap Outstanding Writing Award Short Form Outstanding Writing Award Long Form
The George Wensel Technical Achievement Award

Multiple wins

Shows that received multiple wins
Wins Show Network
4 NFL 360 NFL Network
3 Games of the XXXII Olympiad NBC Sports
2 NHL on ESPN ESPN
The NFL Today CBS Sports
Wins by Network
Wins Network
7 ESPN
6 CBS
NFL Network
5 NBC
4 TNT
3 Fox
2 ABC
ESPN+
ESPN2
FS1
HBO
HBO Max
Netflix
YouTube

Multiple nominations

Shows that received multiple nominations
Nominations Show Network
12 NFL 360 NFL Network
10 Games of the XXXII Olympiad NBC/NBCSN/CNBC/USA Network/MSNBC/Telemundo
6 E:60 ESPN
5 Hard Knocks HBO/HBO Max
4 The NFL Today CBS
NHL on ESPN ESPN/ESPN+/ABC
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel HBO/HBO Max
3 Back on the Record with Bob Costas
Black History Always Special ESPN+
College GameDay ESPN
SC Featured
FOX College Football FOX/FS1/FOXSports.com
MLB at Field of Dreams FOX
NASCAR Race Hub FS1
NFL on CBS CBS
NFL Slimetime Nickelodeon
Welcome to NBA Lane NBA Social
2 103rd PGA Championship CBS
College Football on CBS
The Alpinist Netflix
Formula 1: Drive to Survive
The Arena on TNT TNT
Fox NASCAR FS1
College Football National Championship ESPN
FOX MLB FOX/FS1
Man in the Arena ESPN+
Monday Night Football with Peyton & Eli ESPN2/ESPN+
Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier 50th Anniversary Special ABC
NBA on ESPN ESPN2
NCAA March Madness tbs/CBS/TNT/truTV
The Portal Bleacher Report
UFC The Walk UFC Fight Pass
Nominations by Network
Nominations Network
40 ESPN
27 CBS
22 FOX
NFL Network
20 NBC
18 HBO
HBO Max
TNT
16 FS1
12 ABC
ESPN+
10 ESPN2
7 ESPN Deportes
tbs
truTV
6 Netflix
Telemundo
5 Nickelodeon
Peacock
Red Bull TV
Twitch
YouTube
4 Bleacher Report
TUDN
Univision
3 CBS Sports Network
MLB Network
NBA Social
NBCSN
SEC Network
UFC Fight Pass
2 Outside TV
Paramount+
Twitter

References

  1. ^ "The 43rd Annual Sports Emmy® Awards Nominations". National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. April 6, 2022. Retrieved April 23, 2022.
  2. ^ Pederson, Erik (May 25, 2022). "Sports Emmys: ESPN & 'NFL Live' Lead Field At First In-Person Ceremony Since 2019". Deadline. Retrieved May 26, 2022.
  3. ^ "Nominations announced for Sports Emmy Awards 2022 - Did your favourite show or movie make the cut?". The Bridge. April 12, 2022. Retrieved April 23, 2022.
  4. ^ "THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES ANNOUNCES THE NOMINEES FOR 43rd ANNUAL SPORTS EMMY® AWARDS" (PDF). National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Retrieved April 23, 2022.
  5. ^ "THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE 43rd ANNUAL SPORTS EMMY® AWARDS" (PDF). National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Retrieved May 26, 2022.