U.S. Rowers Prepare For COVID Delayed Tokyo Olympics Training On Oakland EstuaryWith a thick, gray morning haze hanging extra low over the Oakland Estuary and limiting visibility, U.S. men’s rowing coach Mike Teti lifted a bullhorn to his masked face from the coach’s boat and asked pair Liam Corrigan and Chris Carlson whether they had seen the American four crew in the water ahead.
Stanford Varsity Sports Cuts Could Decimate U.S. Olympics TeamStanford's removal of nine Olympic sports from its 36-team varsity program will likely impact the talent pool in the Olympic pipeline for years to come.
Bay Area Track Legend, Famed Civil Rights Activist John Carlos Calls For End Of Olympic Protest BanFamed civil rights activist and track legend John Carlos wants to abolish the rule that bans protests at the Olympics.
Olympic Fencing Medalist Alexander Massialas Hones His Skills On San Francisco Back Porch Like his fellow Summer Olympians, fencing star Alexander Massialas had his gold medal dreams put on hold when the 2020 Tokyo Games were postponed and rescheduled for 2021 because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: Warriors Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green's Olympic Hopes Placed On HoldGolden State Warriors stars Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green's hopes of reuniting on the USA Olympic basketball team after an injury-ravaged NBA regular season were placed on hold Tuesday as Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed to postpone the 2020 Tokyo Games until 2021 because of the coronavirus.
Report: IOC Member Dick Pound Says 2020 Tokyo Olympics Will Be Postponed Due To CoronavirusThe veteran International Olympic Committee member told USA Today it is likely this summer's Games will be postponed, possibly until 2021.
Coronavirus Update: Warriors Steve Kerr Says USA Basketball Plans 'Up In The Air' For Tokyo 2020With his team's NBA season on hold because of the coronavirus, Golden State Warriors head coach and USA Olympic assistant coach said Tuesday plans were 'up in the air' when it comes to this summer's Tokyo 2020 Games.
Curry, Thompson, Green In Running For Berth On 2020 Olympic Basketball TeamGolden State star Steph Curry has been very vocal about his desire to be on the 2020 U.S. Olympic basketball team and on Monday he took a major step toward achieving that dream.
'Olympics Is Experience I Want'; Curry, Green Ready To Compete In 2020 Olympics In the wake of a historic USA team shortfall at the FIBA World Championships, Golden State Warriors stars Steph Curry and Draymond Green both are committed to playing on the U.S. Olympic Team in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Days Numbered For San Jose State University's Bud Winter Field, Where Track History Was MadeThe days are numbered for a piece of South Bay Olympic history as the San Jose State University track that once played a role in the black civil rights movement is set to be demolished.
Olympic Cyclist, Stanford Grad Student Kelly Catlin Dies At 23Olympic cyclist Kelly Catlin, a graduate student at Stanford University, died late last week, USA cycling confirmed Sunday. She was 23.
Former Cal Swimmer, Olympian Missy Franklin Retires, Citing Chronic PainFive-time Olympic champion and former Cal swimmer Missy Franklin is retiring from swimming at age 23, citing chronic shoulder pain that has affected her for the last 2½ years.
SJSU Honors Legacy Of 1968 Olympics ProtestersStudents at San Jose State University on Wednesday had the chance to meet a pair of icons who secured a major spot in civil rights history by spurring their own movement 50 years ago.
Landmark John Carlos-Tommie Smith Olympic Medal Protest Turns 50By the time they reached Mexico City in October 1968, San Jose State track stars Tommie Smith and John Carlos were representing a country being torn apart.
10-Year-Old Swimmer Breaks Michael Phelps' 100-Meter Butterfly RecordOne swimmer in Monterey County is living up to his super hero name. This past weekend, 10-year-old Clark Kent Apuada broke Michael Phelps' record in the 100-meter butterfly.