Caitlyn Jenner made her public debut on the cover of Vanity Fair on June 1, and on July 15, she'll be back in the spotlight at the ESPY Awards. The annual ceremony, which honors athletic achievements and sports performances, will be one of Caitlyn's first official appearances since transitioning from Bruce. She'll be honored with the Arthur Ashe courage award, a statue that goes to "individuals whose contributions transcend sports." In the Vanity Fair piece, Buzz Bissinger writes that "all 10 of her children and stepchildren are expected to be on stage when she accepts it." Caitlyn tweeted about the exciting event on Tuesday, simply writing, "What the hell am I going to wear?" with a link to ESPN.