Kevin Wong serves as a beach volleyball analyst during the 2016 Olympic Games. Rio marks Wong’s second Olympics since making his debut with NBC Sports Group at the 2012 Olympic Summer Games in London.
A beach volleyball Olympian, Wong was born and raised in Hawaii. As a walk on at UCLA, Wong developed into a 3 time All-American and helped his team win 2 NCAA championships in 1993 and 1995.
Wong competed as a professional beach volleyball player for 15 years, winning 10 tournaments both domestically and internationally. His list of victories includes two wins at the Manhattan Beach Open, known as the “Wimbledon of Beach Volleyball” and the coveted individual title of King of the Beach in Las Vegas. In 2001 Wong ranked No. 1 in the world.
Currently Wong also works as an announcer for PAC 12 Network, OC 16 and OC Sports. Wong also runs Spike and Speed, an organization which offers volleyball clubs, clinics, leagues, tournaments and events for all of Hawaii’s youth & adults.