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The Hall to honor Alaska sports stars tonight

A star-studded cast will be on hand for Alaska’s big sports awards night tonight, from 7:30-9:00pm, at the Anchorage Museum in downtown Anchorage. The 2014 Inductees and Directors’ Awards winners are slated for a variety of honors, enshrinements and video tributes. The evening will also feature a special tribute to Alaska’s 2014 Sochi Olympians. Basketball… Read more »

Alaskans can support Healthy Futures through Pick.Click.Give

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Fast & Female event Saturday [Healthy Futures]

Calling all Alaska girls! Come spend the afternoon with Olympians Kikkan Randall and Holly Brooks of Anchorage along with many other inspirational Alaska female athletes Saturday from Noon to 3 p.m. at East High School. Registration is limited to 300 and cost is $20, which includes T-shirt, poster and healthy snack.

AWOF supports future Olympians [Scholarship]

Help spread the word. The 2012-2013 Alaska Winter Olympians Fund scholarship grant application period is open until Oct. 30. Here is the press release: Alaska consistently produces highly competitive winter Olympic athletes. From Alison Owen in 1972 to Kikkan Randall today, Alaskans are proud of the accomplishments of their athletes. Athletes who reach this level… Read more »

Dodging mosquitos, dancing to Lady Gaga [Skiing]

Here is part of a Q&A circulating the internet with World Cup ski champion Kikkan Randall of Anchorage Q: In your summer training, do you prefer roller skiing, running or mountain biking? Kikkan: “One of the things I love best about cross-country skiing is how many different ways we get to train. I really love… Read more »

Supporting Alaska’s next medalist (Olympics)

In Europe, Winter Olympians are household names. Here they work at Home Depot. That’s probably why the U.S. went eight decades [1932 to 2010] before winning another medal count at the Winter Games. Regardless, few states have pulled their weight quite like Alaska when it comes to producing Winter Olympians. The state’s legacy is longer… Read more »

Bullock proud American in Norway (Basketball)

After winning two league championships in six seasons and establishing himself as a perennial 20/10 threat, Peter Bullock of Anchorage was paid the ultimate compliment by the Norwegian basketball federation. They wanted him to jump ship. “I was contacted about changing citizenship and joining their national team,” Bullock told me. “But I’m proud to be… Read more »

Induction ceremony Tuesday night (Hall of Fame)

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame will honor the Class of 2011 on Tuesday night from 6 to 7:30 at the Anchorage Museum auditorium. The ceremony will feature video biographies, portrait unveilings and trophy presentations to the inductees. Nordic skier Kikkan Randall will be introduced by her aunt and mentor, Olympian Betsy Haines. Coach Chuck… Read more »