Olympics

It comes as no surprise that Cal qualified 37 Bears to the London 2012 Olympics this year. After all, we do have the best-looking students.

We would provide a gripping analysis of the qualifiers, but that’s what the Sports Department is for. The Clog, Cal’s heartiest cheerleaders, will admire at a distance, feel great pride and avidly eat crepes instead.

The full list, for your viewing pleasure, is down below. Roll on you Bears!

Teri McKeever – USA women’s swimming head coach

Mike Teti – USA rowing men’s eight head coach

Laurel Korholz – USA rowing assistant coach

Olivier Siegelaar – Netherlands men’s rowing

Sara Isakovic – Slovenia women’s swimming 200-meter freestyle and 100-meter butterfly

Lauren Boyle – New Zealand women’s swimming (200-meter freestyle, 400-meter freestyle, 800-meter freestyle, 4×200-meter freestyle relay)

Cindy Chang, MD – USA Chief Medical Officer

Betsy Hassett – New Zealand women’s soccer

Graeme Moore – South Africa men’s swimming (4×100 freestyle relay)

Heather Petri – USA women’s water polo

Elsie Windes – USA women’s water polo

Zach Vlahos – USA men’s rowing men’s eight

Alex Morgan – USA women’s soccer

Julie Nichols – USA women’s rowing lightweight double sculls

Erin Cafaro – USA women’s rowing women’s eight

Kara Kohler – USA women’s rowing quad sculls

Elliot Hovey – USA men’s rowing quad sculls

Martin Maric – Croatia Track & Field – discus

Amin Nikfar – Iran Track & Field – shot put

Alysia Montano – USA Track & Field women’s 800 meters

John Mann – USA men’s water polo

Stephanie Au – Hong Kong women’s swimming 100 and 200 backstroke

Hannah Wilson – Hong Kong women’s swimming 100 freestyle

Dana Vollmer – USA women’s swimming 100 butterfly and 800-freestyle relay

Mathias Gydesen – Denmark men’s swimming 100 backstroke

Caitlin Leverenz – USA women’s swimming 200 IM and 400 IM

Henrique Barbosa – Brazil men’s swimming

Milorad Cavic – Serbia men’s swimming

Damir Dugonjic – Slovenia men’s swimming

Martin Liivamagi – Estonia men’s swimming

Dominik Meichtry – Switzerland men’s swimming

Marcin Tarczynski – Poland men’s swimming

Nathan Adrian – USA men’s swimming 100 freestyle and 400-freestyle relay

Rachel Bootsma – USA women’s swimming 100 backstroke

Jessica Hardy – USA women’s swimming 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 400-freestyle relay

Natalie Coughlin – USA women’s swimming 400-freestyle relay

Anthony Ervin – USA men’s swimming 50 freestyle

Scott Frandsen – Canada men’s rowing pair

Will Dean – Canada men’s rowing four

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