Athlete Blogs – How to Take Your Winter Workout Outdoors

By Kikkan Randall | December 9, 2020

How to Take Your Winter Workout Outdoors BYKARI MOLVAR December 8, 2020 On a recent Saturday, I grabbed my towel and headed to the beach for a brisk November swim. I had a full wetsuit on, borrowed from a friend, and only stayed in for a few strokes, but the experience took my breath away—in a […]

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Catching Covid-19

By David Norris | December 7, 2020

November 9th I lost my sense of smell. I knew I had Covid as soon as I acknowledged that I couldn’t smell. I had a stuffy nose for two days. Not even the type of sniffles I considered a cold, but rather just the light type of sniffles that made me decide to push intervals […]

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On snow in Fairbanks

By David Norris | November 12, 2020

I’ve been in Fairbanks over a week and have just another week here before heading to Europe. When I decided to come to here Anchorage didn’t have the greatest skiing and Birch Hill was setting shallow tracks that sometimes drug through decaying leaves. Birch Hill is consistently the best place for early season, low-snow training. […]

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Full video of NORDIC HUT is Live!

By Kikkan Randall | November 2, 2020

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 […]

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Podcast Interview with OTB – Surviving Breast Cancer

By Kikkan Randall | October 29, 2020

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 […]

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Career Review Interview with TOKO USA – 2 parts

By Kikkan Randall | October 29, 2020

   Podcast audio only Apple Podcast part 1 Apple Podcast part 2

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NM continues to impress!

By David Norris | October 23, 2020

This past week has been stellar! I’m finding my groove here in ABQ- early morning roller ski, hide from the sun while geeking out on accounting work, afternoon run or ride, cook Jessica dinner while she studies like a maniac, and then basically repeat 🙂 Lesson learned: Prepare a snack-pack for any workout over 2.5 […]

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Fall in Albuquerque

By David Norris | October 15, 2020

After a rainy August and September in Alaska the blue bird days with a weather range of 50-80 degree isn’t treating me poorly 🙂 Thanks to Jessica for choosing to do her Physical Therapy education in ABQ I’ve (we’ve) discovered how truly incredible New Mexico is. This week is roughly my 13th week in ABQ […]

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InspireSide | Kikkan Randall [Olympic Champion in XC Skiing & Cancer Survivor]

By Kikkan Randall | August 31, 2020

Sharing an insightful interview with InspireSide Chats on Olympics, Cancer and building resilience.    

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The Madeline and Becca Podcast – Plan your epic comeback with Kikkan Randall

By Kikkan Randall | August 11, 2020

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. Listen here  

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Oncology Overdrive Podcast: Tackling Cancer with Olympic Gold Medalist Kikkan Randall

By Kikkan Randall | July 28, 2020

Tackling Cancer with Olympic Gold-Medalist Kikkan Randall 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. Intro :14 About […]

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Pod to Podium: Stories of Selflessness: The First U.S. Gold Medal in Cross-Country Skiing

By Kikkan Randall | April 25, 2020

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 […]

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Past Half Way

By David Norris | February 2, 2020

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 […]

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Olympic Channel Podcast: Inspiration from Kikkan Randall

By Kikkan Randall | January 16, 2020


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I Dare You!

By Sadie Bjornsen | January 9, 2020

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 […]

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Outside Online: How Kikkan Randall Keeps Coming Back

By Kikkan Randall | December 11, 2019

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 […]

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Beitostølen Beginnings

By Scott Patterson | November 26, 2019

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 […]

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Living from a suitcase begins

By David Norris | November 22, 2019

I left Anchorage on November 15th with Beitostølen, Norway as my first destination. I will be here for a little over a week training and competing in two distance races over the weekend before traveling to Finland for the first World Cup weekend. I stopped in Seattle for a night, which broke up the travel […]

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Following Along with the World Cup

By Scott Patterson | November 20, 2019

Outside of my own media channels, there are several opportunities to follow along with results for this season. These are basic suggestions that I’m sure can be elaborated on by those following along in the US.  There are a few weekends (such as this coming weekend in Beitostolen) that may be a little more difficult […]

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Updated 2019/2020 Schedule

By Scott Patterson | November 18, 2019

Check out my winter racing schedule

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