The Viking Magazine

A shot at golden redemption

Ashley Wagner performed poorly at the U.S. Nationals but still got her shot at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

Tori DeStefano, Staff Writer

January 29, 2014

Imagine if you have spent the past ten years of your life training to compete in the Olympics for figure skating, and only one more competition stands in the way of making your dream become reality. Wouldn’t you feel pressured by the high expectations set by your coaches, fans, family and yourself...

Circling the podiums

Raul Arias (‘14) chooses to race competitively in track cycling over team sports offered by Paly. Arias has competed in both the Junior Nationals and the Juniors Track World Championships.

Rowan McEvoy, Staff Writer

October 4, 2013

Who will be Paly’s next Olympian? An obvious response for many people wondering this question would be to scour Paly’s numerous sports teams for big name athletes, or to look on prestigious local club teams for Paly students. The answer, though, may lie in a far less obvious and somewhat unexpected...

Swimming snags win over Monta Vista

After beating Monta Vista today with a 60 point lead, girls' swimming grabs back on to their winning ways and looks to finally snag a CCS win along with the boys. Paly has already qualified over fifteen athletes for the championships and three to the 2012 US Olympic Trials.

Hilda Huang, Business Manager

April 26, 2012

Both boys' and girls' swimming recaptured their season momentum beating Monta Vista 90-79 and 123-63, respectively. After a disappointing loss to cross-town rival Gunn last week that ended their season-long winning streak, the girls got right back on track, securing their last win with the largest...

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