Alaska Pacific University offers a wide array of Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate programs. As a small private liberal arts and sciences university positioned in a global economy and geographic location where the mixing of modern western society and indigenous. One of the beauties of APU is how the semesters are structured. Athletes are able to be fulltime students while racing at the highest level thanks to three different semester schedules that allow students to frontload or backload courses depending upon racing and training schedules. The capstone project at APU is where students focus on a specific area of interest within their major, many of the projects lead to job offers. Visit alaskapacific.edu for more information about the educational opportunities at Alaska Pacific University.
April 13, 2019 by Sadie Bjornsen
Another season, another winter on the road, another year of committing my life towards this sport and this goal of mine. I have been racing on the World Cup full time now for six years, which means I have been to the same race venues as many as seven or eight times. Hard to believe […] > READ MORE
April 11, 2019 by Kikkan Randall
BY LISA COSTANTINI | APRIL 05, 2019, 6:25 P.M. (ET) The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace — declared by the United Nations in 2013 — celebrates the power of sport to drive social change, community development and to foster peace and understanding. In honor of this initiative, which takes place annually on April 6, we’re highlighting […] > READ MORE
April 8, 2019 by David Norris
From Davos, we drove to Cogne, Italy. Cogne was definitely my favorite World Cup stop of the season so far. Cogne is a small mountain village with serious old school Alps culture. The entire village was lined with cobbles and the food was seriously delicious. Thursday before the races I got to reconnect with Jessica […] > READ MORE