Knights stars for Cal cross country at Pac-12s

The rain was not enough to stop freshman sensation Bethan Knights from excelling and impressing yet again. On days such as this, it appears as if nothing can stand in the way of Knights as she becomes a superstar. Knights’ third-place performance led Cal’s men’s and women’s cross country teams
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Cal cross country gets early look at NCAA course

Cal will have the opportunity to come off what was a fairly disappointing opening to the season at the Roy Griak Invitational and the Stanford Invitational, running at what is arguably the most hallowed course in the collegiate world of cross country. On Saturday, the Bears will head to the
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Chris Walden shines for Cal cross country over weekend

All that separated redshirt junior Chris Walden from victory was 4.3 seconds. Racing against some of the country’s best runners, Walden still managed to impress and came gut-wrenchingly close to what would have been a huge individual victory in the eight-kilometer race, eventually coming in fourth place. This weekend for
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Cal cross country team heads to Stanford, Minnesota

The Cal cross country program is racing in two very competitive meets Saturday, which should be a strong indicator as to where the men and women stand in the race to contention for the national championship. The Bears are competing in the Stanford Invitational, where they will be competing exclusively
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Cal cross country has strong finish at USF Invitational

As expected, the Cal cross country team dominated in the USF Invitational Saturday alongside Stanford. Taking the course in Golden Gate Park, the Bears showcased their new-look roster and provided the coaching staff with an early preview of a young but promising 2014 group. In the men’s 8K race, Cal
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Maxime Runner Feature

Born to run

Maxime Chevee arrived in coach Tony Sandoval's office four years ago with no guarantees. Now, he leads the cross country team.

Maxime Chevee was nervous. Beads of sweat rolled down his face as he slowly took his place at the starting line on the track at Edwards Stadium. With a second to look around at his surroundings, he saw equally anxious runners next to him on the track, those trying to
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