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Cheseto, Fletcher, Schumacher lead charge for Pride of Alaska

Two runners and a cross-country skier from Anchorage are up for the men’s Pride of Alaska Award after Marko Cheseto, Aaron Fletcher and Gus Schumacher were named finalists by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors. The Pride of Alaska Award since 2012 has...

Hebard, Kimber, Maubet Bjornsen finalists for Pride of Alaska

Ruthy Hebard of Fairbanks, Sydnee Kimber of Sitka and Sadie Maubet Bjornsen of Anchorage were picked by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors as finalists for the 2020 women’s Pride of Alaska Award. Since 2012, the Pride of Alaska Award has been given to...

Hale, Messing, Seppilu are finalists for Trajan Langdon Award

Israel Hale of Kotzebue, Carol Seppilu of Nome and Keegan Messing of Girdwood have been named as finalists for the 2020 Trajan Langdon Award by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors. The Trajan Langdon Award is given to a person or group of people who have...

Griffin, Hickel, Strabel named finalists for Joe Floyd Award

Milo Griffin of Fairbanks, Cristy Hickel of Anchorage and Ed Strabel of Palmer have been named by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors as finalists for the 2020 Joe Floyd Award. The Joe Floyd Award is based on significant and lasting contribution to...

Concepcion, Lieb, Williams win Pride of Alaska Youth Awards

A pair of 4-time state wrestling champions and Alaska’s fastest female today were selected as recipients of the 2020 Pride of Alaska Youth Awards. Anchorage’s Aedyn Concepcion and Bethel’s Hayden Lieb were named co-winners for the boys and Delta Junction track star...

Finalists announced for 2020 Trajan Langdon Youth Award

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame announced the finalists for the 2020 Trajan Langdon Youth Award. Judah Eason, Ninilchik – Eason, a Native Youth Olympics champion from Ninilchik, has been a youth leader in Native sports since his first competition. He would rather be...

Boys finalists announced for 2020 Pride of Alaska Youth Award

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame announced the three boys finalists for the 2020 Pride of Alaska Youth Award. They are Anchorage wrestler Aedyn Concepcion, Bethel wrestler Hayden Lieb and Anchorage alpine skier Finnigan Donley. The winner will be announced May 6 at 2...

Girls finalists announced for 2020 Pride of Alaska Youth Award

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame announced the three girls finalists for the 2020 Pride of Alaska Youth Award. They are Seward swimmer Lydia Jacoby, Fairbanks runner and skier Kendall Kramer and Delta Junction track sprinter Hailey Williams. The winner will be announced...

Stay Active, Stay Social. 100 Miles Bonus Challenge in April

Our Healthy Futures program is kicking off 100 Miles in May a month early to encourage physical activity and social interaction - two critical needs at the moment. Sports teams, whether high school, club, adult league, etc., can sign up their group in the sports team...

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame ceremony has been postponed

Unfortunately given the CDC's recommendations for crowd sizes and the closure of Anchorage facilities for the near future due to the Coronavirus we'll be postponing our ceremony scheduled for April 28th. We look forward to putting on a great event in the future once...

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