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MUSIC VIDEOS: Cal enjoy Hawaii training trip

The Lady Golden Bears of the University of California have spent the past few weeks training in the Hawaiian sun.

And the #1 team in our power rankings is bringing a little bit of Hawaii to wherever you are with these music videos chronicling their training, coaching and leisure time during the trip.

The above video is set to Calvin Harris’s “Let’s Go” and shows off some of the Bears’ dryland and pool training. Below is the second installment, to “If I lose Myself (Alesso remix)” by OneRepublic.

Comments

  1. a_trojan says:

    not to nitpick, but the second song is If I lose Myself (Alesso remix) by One Republic. Give the credit to the Swede!

  2. gousa says:

    Meh. Not impressed by what’s haphazardly shown here of Cal’s training methods.

    Check out this Cardinal video which does a better job of getting up and close with the swimmers themselves – http://www.gostanford.com/mediaPortal/player.dbml?id=3148305

  3. longseeker says:

    Well, GOUSA, once again you need to attack the anything related to Cal swimming. Obviously, you are a Stanford fan, but I think the women swimmers at Stanford don’t need your negative comments. As a Cal fan, I enjoyed both videos of the two arch rivals. Oh, and I would love to be in Hawaii with the team!

  4. aswimfan says:

    When will people learn to shoot video using smartphone HORIZONTALLY?

  5. Ryan says:

    Mikkel-ane Stipe is a babe. that is all.

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Jared Anderson

Jared Anderson just can’t stay away from the pool. A competitive career sixteen years and running wasn’t enough for this native Minnesotan, who continues to get his daily chlorine fix. A lifelong lover of writing, Jared now combines the two passions as Senior Reporter for SwimSwam.com, covering swimming at every level. Read More »