How to Take Your Winter Workout Outdoors
Last March I had the opportunity to spend a week at a snowy cabin in Sweden with Fischer to enjoy my shared passion of skiing with some old friends and some new friends. This project shows that how much fun you can have when we strap on some skis and enjoy the snow. Please enjoy this awesome video and get stoked for winter!!
Just two months after winning Olympic gold in cross country skiing, Kikkan Randall was diagnosed with breast cancer. How did she use what she learned from training for five Olympic games to help her on her cancer journey? Listen to her inspiring story and see how being a part of a team was the catalyst for healing.
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Kikkan is an Olympic gold medalist, 5 time Olympian, and champion cross-country skier. Kikkan will tell us what it’s like to win an Olympic gold medal, she will discuss the future of U.S. skiing and she’ll tell us how to plan an epic comeback.
Kikkan “Kikkanimal” Randall is an Olympic champion, active mom, cancer fighter and “Get-Activist.” In this episode, she shares how her positive attitude and athlete mentality have helped her navigate a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, and she shares valuable advice for both oncologists and patients.
Kikkan Randall is an Olympic champion, active mom, cancer fighter and “Get-Activist.”
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 of selflessness in Olympic sports.
You may remember the iconic “Here comes Diggins!” call from PyeongChang that announced the U.S. team’s first ever Olympic gold medal in cross-country skiing. Today we are releasing episode #5 of ‘Pod to Podium,’ which looks at a behind-the-scenes moment of selflessness that helped contribute to that gold medal. The episode features interviews with Kikkan Randall and Sadie Maubet Bjornsen, who competed against each other for the final spot in that team sprint event. (Runtime: 18:57)
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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 for Randall, one of the most accomplished cross-country ski racers in American history, especially when you consider that just 18 months earlier, she’d been diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer. Outside contributor Stephanie Joyce talks to Randall about her pattern of coming back stronger from tough times and failure, and where she goes from here.
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