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Michaelson clocks season-best 5-K time for Loyola Chicago

Loyola University Chicago senior Audrey Michaelson of Palmer clocked a season-best 5-kilometer time during the women’s open race at the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Indiana. She finished 50th out of 96 finishers with a time of 19:04. Two weeks earlier, Michaelson finished 10th out of 95 women in a 5-miler.

PLAAY Day

Positive Leadership for Active Alaskan Youth 30 Minutes of Synchronized Physical Activity! February 23rd, 2017   #RockTheTundra The goal is to get thousands of Alaska children jumping, running, and dancing — all at once. PLAAY Day will kick off with Alaska’s first simultaneous student physical activity event Schools and other organizations from across the state… Read more »

Shryock leads Alaska contingent at The Rut in Montana

Originally from Montana, Adam Shryock moved to Alaska recently to bolster his mountain running resume. “I thought I needed to go earn my stripes in Alaska,” he told irunfar.com. The 28-year-old had a strong summer in The Last Frontier, where he broke the record in the Turnagain Trail Run from Potter to Rainbow and finished… Read more »

Sponsors

THANK YOU! Your thoughtful consideration of joining our family of sponsors or increasing your level of support is appreciated by us and the thousands of youth participating across Alaska.   To find out what benefits come with each level of sponsorship, download our sponsorship HERE, or  please contact Healthy Futures. The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame and… Read more »

Healthy Futures – The Year So Far

(From the Play Every Day Blog) It’s been an exciting first half of the 2014/15 school year for Healthy Futures. Our program had a record number of students from 173 Alaska schools participate in the Fall 2014 Healthy Futures Challenge — nearly 18,500 kids, in fact. The Spring Healthy Futures Challenge starts this Sunday, Feb…. Read more »

Sherman-Newsome joins elite 30-point club from Alaska

Colgate University senior Damon Sherman-Newsome of Anchorage became the newest member of a very exclusive club tonight. He became just the ninth men’s basketball player from Alaska to reach the 30-point benchmark in a NCAA D1 game. The 6-foot-5 guard pumped in a career-high 30 points in impressive fashion, draining 11-of-14 shots, including 6-of-8 3s,… Read more »