California Golden Bears 2016 Olympics
Golden Bears at the Rio 2016 Olympics Games
Missy Franklin swam for two years with Cal Women’s Swimming after earning world renown by winning 4 Olympic Golds at the 2012 Beijing Olympics
Golden Bears hope to make Gwangju, Korea, Bear Territory
It’s easy (and mostly free) to support (even meet) Rio 2016 Calympians in action in these next two months
The conclusion of my top 10 count down of the top Cal moments from this summer’s Rio Summer Olympic Games.
The end of the calendar year feels like a good time to finalize this post that was largely written at the end of the Rio Games.
Cal Women’s Soccer remains undefeated in Pac-12 play. Cal Field Hockey hosts Stanford today.
Cal Men’s Water Polo rises to No.2 in the country.
The wooden benches from Memorial Stadium's past find new life.
Davis Webb thinks the Cal offense has improved in time to face a stiffer defensive test in San Diego State. Meanwhile, Tori-Ann Williams shows off her gymnastics skills in Oakland.
Digging deeper into the college medal counts tell a different story than the naive count that you may have seen elsewhere.
Which Calympians might we spot in the closing ceremony tonight?
Meanwhile, Alexis Williams sits down with 2016 Starting Quarterback Davis Webb.
Cal alum Inika McPherson will be the last Calympian to debut in Rio 2016
Cal alum David Torrence started his Rio 2016 Olympic with the 5000m prelim today
Jamaican hurdler Deuce Carter took Milan Ristic’s spot in the semifinal after an unprecedented 2nd chance.
Meanwhile, Nathan Adrian and Ryan Murphy reflect on another successful Olympics for USA Swimming, carried by a plethora of Cal swimmers.
Knockout round starts for women’s volleyball.
Go Bears! Win the Big Medal!
It’s a big day for the 3 Cal Women’s Water Polo Calympians.