Following a fairly uncharacteristic few weeks of multiple snowstorms, the Potomac Valley LSC senior championship meet was condensed into a…
This Week The talented Cal men’s swimming and diving team (3-0, 18-straight dual meet victories since 2012-13 season) – winners…
2014 Swammy Awards Presented by TYR
Dave Durden is building a dynasty in Berkeley, California.
“Being an athlete is such a wonderful job. I’m 32 and most of my friends have job where they’re stuck in an office all day and I get to workout, you know, really really hard. I get to push my body every single day, focus on my health, I get to see the sunrise and be outside in the fresh air. I get to travel the world and represent my country. I feel so blessed to call this my job.”
USC’s Dave Salo will lead the American women’s team at the 2015 World Championships, just as he did in 2013.
In advance of their Wednesday dual meet against the University of the Pacific, in Stockton, California, the Cal Golden Bears…
Dave Durden’s Golden Bears are the defending NCAA Champions.
Nathan Adrian talks with TeamUSA.org about his preparations at the 2014 U.S. National Championships.
Katie Hoff threw the ceremonial first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays game Sunday, and got a surprise from her boyfriend on the field. Meanwhile Cal coach Dave Durden is schedule to throw out the first pitch for the Oakland A’s on Tuesday.
The Cal Berkeley YouTube account posted a highlight video from the 2014 Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. This inspiring two…
University of California head coach Dave Durden (on the right above) checks in with SwimSwam to share his thoughts on the Golden Bears team title from the weekend, a title that came down to the sixth and final swimming session to be decided.
Cal coaches Yuri Suguiyama (left) and Dave Durden (right) pose with the 2014 CSCAA Men’s Division I Coach of the Year award.
Joao De Lucca wins 100 freestyle in 41.70, says the 100 free win was more meaningful than the 200 free for him this year.
Video interview with Cal Berkeley head coach Dave Durden. Durden’s crew won both relays on day 1 of the men’s NCAA Championships and had several other individual swimmers score.