Archive - Mar 2012 - Sports Article
Death Valley’s Amargosa River knows nothing, and everything, about being a river
The river is gone.
A few hours ago, it was here and now it is not.
As my last week of training before the Biathlon inched along, I found myself constantly referencing Alana Levin's workout recommendations to be sure I would be ready.
It’s not like it happened suddenly.
The first boatload of money from Measure U funds will arrive in mid-May, and the Mammoth Track Club will be waiting with open arms.
This is the weekend we've been waiting for.
The Annual Mammoth Biathlon is all set to go off on Saturday and Sunday on a new course and with new rules for spectators.
From the first days of training—highlighted by headlong wrecks and time lost trying to coerce my pole straps onto my wrists—my skating has come a very long way. I have also learned some very valuable lessons: Most notably, I have got to replace those fancy Velcro straps on my poles in favor of the traditional, simple loop strap.
After a few weeks floundering around on my skate skis, I finally got up the nerve to attend one of the skate skiing clinics at Tamarack Lodge.
Mammoth’s homies came up big at last weekend’s Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain.
The lake shoots waves against the rocks on the shore, coating them with fantastical ice shapes, sending the spray hard into my face.
You think you’re having a bad day?
We caught up with Mammoth World Cup downhill racer Stacey Cook this past week, and realized it’s been nine years since she first burst onto the big-time international stage.
Youth sportsters, line up for some cash.
The Mammoth High School Cross Country ski team finished its season with top awards at the California Nevada Interscholastic Ski and Snowboard Federation Championships at Auburn Ski Club on Feb. 18.
As one of Yosemite Conservancy’s Outdoor Adventures in 2012, visitors to Yosemite National Park this summer can take a step back in time by retracing Muir’s steps with his great-great-grandson Robert Hanna and Muir actor Frank Helling.