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Now’s your chance to play director of the 2020 ESPYS Presented by Capital One. Do you want to cast Simone Biles, Anthony Edwards, Dearica Hamby or a backyard magician in the starring role? You get to decide by voting for the winner of the year’s Can’t-Stop-Watching Moment.
Today we introduce our bracket of 16 contenders. Watch the videos and then place your votes. On Sunday, the field will be whittled down to eight. Starting Tuesday, only four will remain.
Tune in to the ESPYS on June 21 at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN to find out the winner, which will be decided by your vote. Ready … action!
No. 1 Simone Biles vs. No. 16 Baby bat flipplay
Take a look back at Simone Biles’ historic triple-twisting double somersault in the 2019 U.S. Gymnastics Championships.
A young baseball player steps up to the plate, smashes a fence-clearing home run off his grandfather and flips his bat in celebration.
No. 2 Mabry Williams vs. No. 15 Kiara the volley dogplay
Lonestar SC youth player Mabry Williams adds a long-range swish to her backyard juggling routine.
Beach volleyball player Mathias Berntsen’s dog manages to participate in a friendly game of volleyball.
No. 3 Anthony Edwards vs. No. 14 Sergi Llonguerasplay
Georgia’s Anthony Edwards slams on Vanderbilt’s Braelee Albert for the epic poster, plus the foul.
Sergi Llongueras makes a handful of incredible leaps on his bicycle while riding in Barcelona, Spain.
No. 4 Dearica Hamby vs. No. 13 Austin Keenplay
Sky PG Courtney Vandersloot commits a turnover, and Dearica Hamby nails a shot from way downtown to give the Aces the lead.
Skimboarder Austin Keen does a wild dive off his board into the water.
No. 5 Riley Sartain-Vaughan vs. No. 12 Spence Jonesplay
A’s prospect Noah Vaughan launches one and flips his bat. Later, his wife, former Texas A&M Aggie Riley Sartain-Vaughan, gets her revenge with a big fly and bat flip of her own.
Oklahoma wide receiver Spence Jones’ dad is short $1,000 after his son hits an amazing shot.
No. 6 Speedy skater vs. No. 11 Obed Lekhehleplay
Check out this inline skater as he shows off next-level skills.
Obed Lekhehle makes this incredible high jump in the 2019 World Para Athletics Junior Championships.
No. 7 Garret Alcaraz vs. No. 10 Newtown’s dramatic TDplay
Senior Garret Alcaraz doesn’t let Down syndrome stop him from bench-pressing 355 pounds to take the lead for top bench press at school.
On the seventh anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Newtown wins the Connecticut Class LL state championship with a touchdown on the final play of the game.
No. 8 Thomas ‘Snacks’ Lee vs. No. 9 Tommy Morrisseyplay
Jackson State basketball’s student manager, Thomas “Snacks” Lee, enters the game with two minutes left to play, hitting a very deep 3-pointer.
Cardinals fan Tommy Morrissey makes a great play at second base as he takes infield practice with the St. Louis Cardinals.