APU Nordic Ski Center began a decade ago as a regional Olympic training center for cross-country skiers. The program developed some of the best elite skiers in the country including many Olympians, World Champion and national medalists.
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APU Nordic Ski Center is a place for those who wish to pursue international excellence both academically and athletically.
PROGRAMS
APUNSC offers programs for the entire Anchorage community from Juniors to Masters.
ALASKA PACIFIC
APU Nordic Ski Center is located on the campus of Alaska Pacific University, a small private liberal arts and sciences university.
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April 25, 2020 by Kikkan Randall
April 24, 2020 at 2:23 PM Stories of Selflessness: The First U.S. Gold Medal in Cross-Country Skiing   NBC Sports With sports on hold and so many of us hunkered down to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Olympic research team thought now would be a good time to take a look at some moments […]  > READ MORE
February 2, 2020 by David Norris
I am currently updating from Seefeld, Austria. With the weekend off from racing I’m able to have a bit of a recover/training camp here. The camp is going great so far. I’m looking forward to racing World Cup in Scandinavia for the next several weeks before flying back to the States March 9th. I have […]  > READ MORE
January 16, 2020 by Kikkan Randall
FIVE-TIME OLYMPIAN CROSS-COUNTRY SKIER AND CANCER SURVIVOR KIKKAN RANDALL SPOKE AT THE CHAT WITH CHAMPIONS EVENT ABOUT HOW TO COMBAT NEGATIVE THOUGHTS. Check it out here: https://www.olympic.org/news/olympic-channel-podcast-inspiration-from-kikkan-randall-plus-mini-ski-jumps-from-lausanne  > READ MORE
January 9, 2020 by Sadie Bjornsen
Well, after a long hiatus from blogging, my brain has finally filled back up with lots of fun and funny feelings to share! For those of you following cross country skiing, you are likely just as exhausted from watching all the races in the past two weeks as we are from racing them. I just […]  > READ MORE
December 11, 2019 by Kikkan Randall
How Kikkan Randall Keeps Coming Back   Of the many story lines that came of the New York Marathon this November, perhaps the most inspiring was the performance of Kikkan Randall. The 35-year-old was racing in her first-ever marathon, yet she finished 51st among all women and 12th in her age group. It was impressive, even […]  > READ MORE
November 26, 2019 by Scott Patterson
I jumped in the first races for my season last weekend and let’s just say there are still quite a few cobwebs hanging around.  I had a period of sickness in the fall the hindered getting on snow time trials in while in Alaska, so my body wasn’t quite used to the race efforts.  Saturday […]  > READ MORE
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