Eli Tomac Nominated for First ESPY Award in the Best Athlete, Men’s Action Sports Category
The following press release is from Feld Entertainment:Palmetto, Florida – ESPN recently announced the 2022 ESPY Award nominations and two-time Monster Energy AMA Supercross Champion Eli Tomac is nominated for his first ESPY Award in the Best Athlete, Men’s Action Sports Category.The Monster Energy Yamaha Star Racing athlete had an amazing Supercross season winning 7…
The adhering to press launch is from Feld Amusement:
Palmetto, Florida – ESPN a short while ago announced the 2022 ESPY Award nominations and two-time Monster Electrical power AMA Supercross Champion Eli Tomac is nominated for his initial ESPY Award in the Best Athlete, Men’s Motion Sporting activities Classification.
The Monster Vitality Yamaha Star Racing athlete had an remarkable Supercross year winning seven of 17 races with his new crew such as four more podium finishes whilst professing his next Supercross championship. Tomac’s 7 race victories in 2022 brought his occupation complete to 44, landing him in a tie for fourth with Chad Reed on the all-time Supercross wins checklist.
Supercross supporters can solid their votes for Eli Tomac up by Saturday, July 17 at 8: 00 p.m. ET at Vote Right here – 2022 ESPY Awards – Ideal Athlete Men’s Action Athletics.
Tomac is competing in the Best Athlete, Men’s Motion Sports activities category towards American freestyle skier and 2022 Olympic Gold Medalist, Alexander Hall, Japanese skateboarder and 2020 Olympic Gold Medalist, Yuto Horigome, and Japanese snowboarder and 2022 Olympic Gold Medalist, Ayumu Hirano.
This 12 months marks the 30th iteration of the ESPY Awards which will be broadcast live on Wednesday, July 20 at eight: 00 p.m. ET on ABC from the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Athletics fans can vote throughout 35 unique types for their preferred athletes, performs and athletics times from this previous year.
Cooper Webb (two-time Supercross winner) was the past Supercross athlete to be nominated for an ESPY award in 2021 following his Supercross title earn. In 2015 and 2016 Ryan Dungey (4-time Supercross champion) was also nominated for an ESPY Award, in which he gained the two decades in the same Very best Athlete, Men’s Actions Athletics group.