Award-winning sportswriter and journalism professor Alan Abrahamson is considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on the Olympic movement.
COMMENCEMENT 2022: The Trojan Olympian — winner of seven Olympic gold medals and the most decorated U.S. track and field athlete in history — brings a message of empowerment and perseverance.
Babka, one of the greatest discus throwers in USC history, co-captained the Trojans’ 1958 USC NCAA championship track and field team.
Year in review: USC fans celebrated Olympic medals, three national championships and a couple of headline-grabbing hires that indicate a promising future.
Noelani Day, the first Tongan from the island to swim at the Games, grew up sharing the waters around her home with humpback whales and now plans to become a physiotherapist.
Robert Tanaka, who fell in love with judo after the visual impairment caused by his albinism made other sports impossible, is ready to compete at the 2021 Paralympic Games.
It was the fifth consecutive Summer Olympics that USC athletes won at least 20 medals.
USC leaves the Tokyo Games with 21 medals, including 11 golds — just one shy of its most gold medals ever in an Olympics.
USC wins a record 13 medals in track and field at the Tokyo Games.
Trojans now have captured 20 medals in Tokyo. It’s the fifth consecutive Summer Olympics that USC's participants have won at least 20 medals.