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Kikkan Randall

Kikkan is the best American female cross country skier ever. A standout runner and skier at East High School in Anchorage, 19-year-old Kikkan made her Olympic debut in Salt Lake City in 2002. Thereafter, she has competed in three more Olympics and has achieved numerous milestones including first American woman to win a World Cup gold medal… Read more »

Kikkan Randall

First American woman to win a World Cup medal. First American woman to win a World Cup gold medal. First American woman – and second American ever – to win a World Championship medal. After winning the first of two consecutive World Cup sprint medals in December 2010, Randall took a moment to reflect on how far she has come.

Month after final cancer treatment, Randall skis in 50K Birkie

One month after her final cancer radiation treatment, Kikkan Randall of Anchorage conquered the 50K American Birkebeiner. The Birkie is the largest cross-country ski event in the country, with this year’s long-distance races attracting more than 5,500 participants last weekend in Hayward, Wisconsin. Randall is royalty in the ski world – a five-time Olympian and… Read more »

Talbot, Randall win Jim Bridger Trail Run in Montana

A pair of Alaskans claimed the highly competitive Jim Bridger Trail Run on June 24 in Bozeman, Montana. Silas Talbot, of Service High fame, pulled away in the men’s division with a late downhill surge while Anchorage’s Kikkan Randall raced to a first-place tie with fellow U.S. Ski Team member Liz Stephen. The 10-mile event… Read more »

Randall, Dunbar and Strabel among 2014 Directors’ Awards class

Runners and skiers headline the list of names for the 2014 Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Directors’ Awards. The recipients were selected by the ASHOF board of directors based on consideration for their contributions, actions and achievements in sports over the past year or recent years. They will be recognized along with the Class of 2014… Read more »

Randall dominates U.S. Nationals [Skiing]

Anchorage’s Kikkan Randall tightened her grip as the No. 1 cross-country skier in the country by going 3-for-3 at the U.S. Nationals in Tahoe, Calif. The 30-year-old today won the 1.5K classic sprint at the SuperTour Finals, giving the APU Nordic Ski Club three skiers in the top four. Randall, of East High fame, also… Read more »