City Announces Inaugural Legacy Triathlon Event Beginning Next Year

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USA Triathlon and Long Beach officials announced today that a triathlon will be held annually beginning in 2019 at the city's Alamitos Beach, with the event eventually expanding to a two-day “multisport” festival.
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Three Long Beach State Athletics Teams Among Those Recognized by NCAA for Academic Success

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Three teams each from Cal State Northridge, Long Beach State, Loyola Marymount and UC Irvine also earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards for having multiyear Academic Progress Rate scores in the top 10 percent of their sport, the NCAA announced...
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Art Theatre to Premiere Documentary on Long Beach Native, Olympian Joan Lind Van Blom

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The Art Theatre will premiere the screening of Kiss the Joy: The Story of Joan Lind Van Blom, a documentary about one of Long Beach’s most inspirational and accomplished athletes.
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IN PICTURES: Amgen Tour of California Stage 1 Brings ‘International Cycling at its Best’ to Long Beach

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Spectators of the Amgen Tour of California Stage 1 in Long Beach were treated on Mother’s Day to a world-class competition, with riders from both American and international teams vying for a spot on the coveted podium.
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Amgen Tour of California to Kick Off in Long Beach Without Podium Girls

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President of the Amgen Tour of California Kristin Klein announced today that the premier stage race will discontinue having hostesses, commonly known as “podium girls”, present awards to stage winners during the podium ceremonies that follow.
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Don’t Miss These Events Leading Up to the Amgen Tour of California Men’s Stage in Long Beach

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With the first of seven stages of the Amgen Tour of California to kick off in Long Beach this Sunday there’s a wide range of events you won’t want to miss, whether you’re an avid tour follower or bear a mild...
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Long Beach State Defeats UCLA for First NCAA Men’s Volleyball Championship In Nearly 30 Years

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Top-seeded Long Beach State has won the NCAA men's volleyball championship, defeating unseeded UCLA, 25-19, 23-25, 20-25, 26-24, 15-12, at Pauley Pavilion.
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18th Annual US Sumo Open Returns to Walter Pyramid Bringing Over 60 Top Wrestlers to Long Beach

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Japan’s national sport for over 1,500 years will come thundering into town Saturday, May 12 as the world’s sumo wrestlers compete during the 18th annual US Sumo Open at Cal State Long Beach’s (CSULB) Walter Pyramid.
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Dew Tour Adds Women’s Skateboard Competitions to Summer Lineup

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Following championship skater Jordyn Barratt’s appearance in 2017 as the first woman to compete at Dew Tour, organizers of the annual event announced Monday that women’s individual pro Skateboard Park and Skateboard Street competitions have been added to the...
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IN PICTURES: Students With Special Needs Participate in Long Beach Spring School Games

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Special Olympics Southern California and Long Beach Unified School District partnered up Friday to host the Long Beach Spring School Games at Jordan High School for special needs students.
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