Anne Warner Cribbs

Anne Warner Cribbs

The bay area has produced many great Olympic athletes, but if they could all appoint an official ambassador to represent them, Anne warner Cribbs would be the runaway choice. She won a gold medal in the 1960 Rome games as a 15 year-old swimmer, sparking a relationship...read more
Peter Magowan

Peter Magowan

No one person has had a greater impact on the San Francisco Giants baseball franchise than Peter Magowan. Peter, a lifelong baseball fan who grew up in New York City, missed his first day of school ever when his father took him to game one of the 1951 world series...read more
Jeff Kent

Jeff Kent

Jeff Kent’s roots in the bay area are double-tiered. He played on two teams that went to the World Series – the giants in 2002 and Cal in 1988 – and made an impact on both as a power-hitting middle infielder. To acquire Kent, the giants traded popular Matt Williams,...read more
Mitch Richmond

Mitch Richmond

He was the subtle superstar, a basketball player who did what was needed by his team—whether the U.S. Olympic squad, the Golden State Warriors or the Sacramento Kings—rather than what would get him individual acclaim. He wasn’t always overlooked, but it seemed...read more
Jonny Moseley

Jonny Moseley

Jonny Moseley not only won Olympic gold in moguls at the 1998 Winter Games, he pushed the bounds of skiing like few others in the sport’s history. Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Tiburon, Moseley stood out from an early age on the famed slopes of Squaw Valley,...read more
Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds

Even before he came to the Giants, Barry Bonds had extensive ties to the Bay Area. He went to schools on the peninsula through high school, his father, Bobby Bonds, and godfather, Willie Mays, both played for the Giants. His cousin, Reggie Jackson, played for the A’s....read more