Anae, a Corona del Mar High product, was a backup goalie for Team USA, which finished 5-0-1 in the tournament and topped Spain in the final.

Dan Klatt, the UC Irvine women's coach, was an assistant for the victorious American women's water polo squad.

April Ross teamed with partner Jennifer Kessy to claim silver medals in women's beach volleyball, while UCI women's volleyball head coach Paula Weishoff and UCI women's assistant Jamie Morrison were both assistants on the U.S. women's indoor volleyball team that won a silver medal.

Olympic coaches do not receive medals.

Kyla Ross, a member of the gold-medal-winning U.S. women's gymnastics unit, trained in Costa Mesa.

Sam Mikulak, a CdM High graduate, was fifth in the vault in men's gymnastics. He also competed in four events in the team final, in which Team USA finished fifth.

Costa Mesa resident Jake Gibb and his partner, Corona del Mar resident Sean Rosenthal, lost in the men's beach volleyball quarterfinals.

The U.S. men's indoor volleyball team that included UCI products David Smith and Brian Thornton and was coached by former Orange Coast College player Alan Knipe, also lost in the quarterfinals. The team benefited from then-UCI men's coach John Speraw, who was an assistant coach.

The American men's water polo team that lost in the quarterfinals included CdM High graduate John Mann and former UCI All-Americans Ryan Bailey, Jeff Powers and Tim Hutten. Newport Harbor boys' coach Robert Lynn was an assistant coach for the team.

Sharon Day, a Costa Mesa High graduate, finished 16th in the women's heptathlon.

Tony Ciarelli, who coaches track and field and football at Newport Harbor, coached a women's discus thrower from India in London, while Newport Harbor graduate Charlie Buckingham coached an athlete in the lasers individual sailing competition.

Maryn Ciarelli, who coaches track and field, as well as strength and conditioning at Newport Harbor, was May-Treanor's strength and conditioning coach.

Newport Beach athletes have represented the United States on the medal stand in every Olympics since 1996, and seven of the last eight Summer Games since the U.S. boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

6) TOSHIBA CLASSICLoren Roberts won by two shots to pocket the $262,500 winner's check at the 18th edition of the Champions Tour event at Newport Beach Country Club.

Roberts, 56, made the last of his 15 birdies over the 54-hole event on his final hole. He entered the final day two shots behind Mark Calcavecchia, who missed a 10-foot eagle put on the final hole and finished tied for second with Bernhard Langer and Tom Kite.

It was the 13th Champions Tour triumph for Roberts, but his first in his last 33 starts, spanning nearly two years.

Roberts, who made a slight adjustment in his putting technique before the tournament, made birdie on three of his first four holes to turn a two-shot deficit into a two-shot lead. He then upped the lead to four shots with a birdie on the par-five No. 13. Bogeys on three of the next four holes trimmed his lead to one shot, but he capped the win with a final-round of two-under par. He shot eight-under (205) for the tournament.

The event also raised another $1 million for Hoag Hospital.