Bruce Jenner

Bruce Jenner

Bruce Jenner lived in San Jose, where he trained at the San Jose Community College Track. In 1975, he established a world record of 8,524 points in an international meet at Oregon University’s Hayward Field. He was a gold medal winner in 1976 at Montreal, with a...read more
Edward P. “Slip” Madigan

Edward P. “Slip” Madigan

A center at Notre Dame under Knute Rockne, Slip Madigan became a legend coaching St. Mary’s College football from 1921 to 1939. His flamboyant, charismatic nature combined with football savvy brought the small college into national prominence with a 116-45-12 record...read more
Bill Rigney

Bill Rigney

A native of Alameda, where he starred for the family-sponsored, semi-pro Rigney Tile Nine, Bill Rigney later played for the Pacific Coast League Oakland Oaks. He joined the New York Giants in 1946, where he played as an infielder for eight years, with a fielding...read more
Bill Walsh

Bill Walsh

A graduate of Hayward High School and San Jose State, Bill Walsh had a career that carried him from the head-coaching job at Fremont’s Washington High School to roles as assistant coach at the University of California, Stanford, the Oakland Raiders, the Cincinnati...read more