Timothy Burraston

Biography

During the Indian summer of 1955 in the small Utah town of Tooele (two hill ah), the second of three sons, Timothy Lynn Burraston was born to parents of Mormon and Methodist faiths. His love of the outdoors led to careers in sports photography, whitewater rafting and Adventure travel.
An avid historian, musician and surfer, his writings embody the intensity and authenticity of a life lived with one eye on eternity and the other on the hourglass.

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OLYMPIAD V The Fantastically True Story of the 1912 United States Olympic Team
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Price: Free! Words: 19,760. Language: English. Published: January 26, 2012. Category: Fiction » Historical » USA
New York, 1912. Two months to the day after the sinking of the Titanic, a young boy and his dog stowaway on the SS Finland, chartered transport for the 1912 United States Olympic team to Stockholm, Sweden. Elected mascot of the team by the athletes, 16 year old Harry Naughton narrates the competition, conflicts and friendships that manifest during the Atlantic crossing and the games of OLYMPIAD V

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