Olympics 2021: Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan Delegations Go Largely Maskless For Opening CeremonyThe two countries drew reaction on social media after their delegations entered the Olympic Stadium unmasked.
Golden State’s Green, Kerr Join USA Basketball Team For Summer OlympicsIt’s official: Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green and head coach Steve Kerr will be heading to Tokyo with USA Basketball to participate in the 2021 Summer Olympics.
Source: USA Basketball Doesn’t Expect Steph Curry To Play In OlympicsA reporter for the Associated Press tweeted Monday that the US Basketball Team doesn’t expect Steph Curry to play on the team for the Summer Olympics.
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.
UC Scientists Say Warming Climate Threatens Future Summer OlympicsBy 2085, San Francisco could be the only U.S. city with temperatures low enough to host the summer Olympic games.
This Week In Golf: Moore Wins John Deere; Rose Gets Gold In RioRyan Moore tops a depleted field at John Deere Classic to win his fifth PGA Tour event, while Justin Rose finds Olympic glory in Rio.
10 Must-Watch Olympic Events This WeekHere's a look at 10 events coming up this week that you're not going to want to miss.
Concord Synchronized Swimmer Earns US Olympic BerthA 25-year-old Concord woman qualified Thursday for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, U.S. Olympic Committee officials said.
San Jose Athlete Could Be 1st Openly Gay Male Gymnast On US Olympic TeamIf Josh Dixon makes the cut at the US Olympic team trials in San Jose on Thursday, he could also make history as the first openly gay gymnast to compete at the Olympics.
Daily Madden: The Omnipresent Giants FanIn recent series in San Diego and Seattle, there appeared to be as many Giants fans as Padres or Mariners fans in the local ballparks.
SF High School Senior Aims For Olympic Medal In FencingAlexander Massiallas was following a family tradition when he took up foil fencing. His father competed in the Olympics three times, and now the young man has himself been named to the U.S. men’s team for 2012.