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Author archive for Tim Hauserman

  • Shooting & Skiing

    By Tim Hauserman on March 12, 2014
    Courtesy Tahoe Cross Country · Hopefully, you had the opportunity to see a bit of the biathlon in the recently completed Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Biathlon first appeared as an Olympic sport in the 1960 Winter Olympics in Tahoe, so you could say that biathlon is in Tahoe’s blood. Biathlon is one of the most interesting spectacles at the […]
  • Joe Pete Wilson | Tahoe Olympian, cross-country skiing pioneer

    By Tim Hauserman on January 8, 2014
    The Weekly has been having fun interviewing a cadre of Tahoe locals and transplants who are doing their best to be a part of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Recently, I was given the opportunity to spend a bit of time with Joe Pete Wilson, who competed for the United States in the cross-country events in Tahoe’s own […]
  • Tough Mudder about teamwork

    By Tim Hauserman on September 25, 2013
    Chris Bartkowski  |  Northstar California  ·  They are doing it again. Climbing, slopping, running, yelping and running in the fall Tough Mudder event at Northstar on Sept. 28 and 29. Tough Mudder is a 10-mile run with several dozen challenging obstacles that have to be overcome along the route. It involves jumping into pools of freezing cold water, getting yourself […]
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  • Locals compete in Ironman Lake Tahoe

    By Tim Hauserman on September 17, 2013
    “It is more about what I am mentally capable of than physical. There is a voice saying you should give up. While the other part of you says, come on, this is totally doable.”  - Valli Murnane Becoming a Tahoe Ironman is not an easy task. Your adventure begins with a 2.4-mile swim in Lake Tahoe. When you emerge from […]
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  • Wooden boat heaven

    By Tim Hauserman on August 7, 2013
    For many of us, the highlight of a cool, summer evening at Lake Tahoe is watching a classic wooden boat slowly cruise along the shore just as alpenglow reaches its peak. Wooden boats remind us of simpler times when sunset cruises and unhurried days on the water were the plan for the day. Back when it wasn’t about how fast […]
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  • The Bard meets The Beatles

    By Tim Hauserman on July 24, 2013
    There is no doubt about it. Shakespeare at Sand Harbor needs to be on your to do list for the summer of 2013. Start with perhaps the most beautiful venue to watch a performance in the world. I mean what could be better than sitting on the sand and gazing out over granite boulders to where the emerald green meets […]
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  • Wanderlust | Local fulfills dream to teach

    By Tim Hauserman on July 17, 2013
    The yoga and music festival Wanderlust returns to Squaw Valley from July 18 to 21 with participants spending their days experiencing yoga and meditation classes from every style of yoga imaginable. This year’s yoga line-up includes Seane Corn, Shiva Rea, Rod Stryker, Dharma Mitta, Janet Stone, Tommy Rosen and dozens of other instructors who are well known throughout the yogi […]
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  • Summer’s bounty

    By Tim Hauserman on June 26, 2013
    Nothing says summer like a farmers’ market. Whether you are wandering through the pine trees in Truckee, or hanging out just above the sun-drenched beach in Tahoe City, it’s all about the rows of bright colors and fresh fruits and vegetables that make us think local and healthy. Farmers’ markets have been going on for thousands of years throughout the […]
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  • Riding the wind

    By Tim Hauserman on June 26, 2013
    If you are visiting Lake Tahoe, gazing at the awe-inspiring splendor of the lake for the first time is an incredible treat, but to really appreciate Tahoe’s beauty, you need to get onto the lake. You can get a workout by renting a paddleboard or kayak, you can roar down to Emerald Bay by renting a power boat, or you […]
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