City of Alameda -- The City of Alameda’s three-day Swimming Championships returns after four years starting on Friday, Aug. 4. The event was last held in 2019 (above).

City Swim Meet Set for Aug. 4

Jul 27,2023

Official event returns after four-year break

The City of Alameda Swim Championship is returning after a four-year hiatus. The event will take place on Friday, August 4 through Sunday, Aug. 6 at the Encinal Swim Center, 230 Central Ave.

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Jacqueline Huebner -- The Oakland Strokes men’s four rowing team of Jack Hume, Cosmo Hondrogen, Mattis Hevin, and McKeane McBreaty.

Local Rowers Go Big at World Championships

Jul 14,2023

Three Alamedans are a part of a four-man rowing team has been selected to represent the United States at the upcoming Junior World Championships, August 2 to 6 in Paris at the Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium.

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Runners from Around the Bay Compete in City 5K

Jul 11,2023

Thousands from around the Bay Area got up at 9 a.m. to take part in the annual Mayor’s Fourth of July 5K race this year. Alexander Hancock was first to cross the finish line. The San Francisco native finished the 5K race (3.1 miles) with a chip time of 17:05.6.

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Oakland A’s -- Norm McBride was named the Oakland A’s Future Coach of the Month for June. (Pictured: Norm with his family).

Alamedans Named Future Coaches of the Month

Jul 06,2023

Alameda Little League Coach Norm McBride was named the Future Oakland A’s Coach of the Month for the month of June.

Norm has been coaching little league baseball since 2015. His wife Tiffany wrote his nomination summary to the Oakland A’s. Tiffany’s summary stated:

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Alameda Junior Golf Season Kicks Off

Jul 05,2023

The Alameda Junior Golf Club (AJGC) held its first tournament of the summer on June 21. In the tournament, Tran Jackson, age 10, came in first place in the Mif Albright course eight- to 13-year-old division competition. Jackson shot a 36 on the nine-hole course.

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Woo Shines in his Return Home

Jul 04,2023

Seattle Mariners’ 23-year-old starting pitcher Bryan Woo’s meteoric rise reached another summit in his sixth career Major League Baseball start against the San Francisco Giants, the team the Alameda native grew up rooting for.

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