Known more for its world-class skiing and snowboarding, Tahoe’s terrain is also ideal for extreme sledders     Lake Tahoe is a winter sports enthusiast’s dream. With its quality terrain and snow, the picturesque environs of Tahoe attract athletes from not only traditional disciplines like skiing and snowboarding,...

Quintet of Tahoe-trained Nordic ski racers gunning for Winter Olympics   Tahoe athletes have achieved much success in Winter Olympics competition over the past 50 years, from Jimmie Heuga’s bronze-medal performance in 1964 to Jamie Anderson’s gold medal in 2014, with many in between. All had one...

Reno gold medalist halfpipe skier balances Olympic aspirations with fatherhood     David Wise ascends high into the air, gripping his crossed left ski with his right hand for a beat before plummeting to a clean landing down the side of a towering hip jump. It’s a partly cloudy...

Tahoe Olympians discuss ski and snowboard venues ahead of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics   Brita Sigourney doesn’t mince words. “Sochi was the worst halfpipe I’ve ever skied,” says Sigourney, a three-time World Cup winner in women’s ski halfpipe. “[PyeongChang’s] is the best.” The 27-year-old U.S. freeskiing veteran—a...