Athlete Blogs

Day 12 Update – Back on track

By Kikkan Randall | July 21, 2018

Recap from day 12 during my chemo treatments

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Day 11 Update – Looks like week 2 is better than week 1

By Kikkan Randall | July 20, 2018

Recap from Day 11 during my chemo treatments

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Day 10 Update – I think I’m on the way back up

By Kikkan Randall | July 19, 2018

Recap from Day 10 of my chemo treatments

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USA Today Sports by Roxanna Scott

By Kikkan Randall | July 18, 2018

Olympic gold medalist Kikkan Randall blown away by support since breast cancer diagnosis Roxanna Scott, USA TODAY Sports Since being diagnosed with breast cancer last month, Kikkan Randall has wondered how this could have happened to her, an Olympic gold medalist coming off the pinnacle moment of her career. Randall stood atop the podium in […]

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Day 9 Update – Feels like I am starting to turn the corner

By Kikkan Randall | July 18, 2018

Recap from Day 9 during my chemo treatments

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Day 8

By Kikkan Randall | July 17, 2018

Recap from Day 8 during my chemo treatments.  A look back at my first week.

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Day 7 Update – The value in getting off the couch.

By Kikkan Randall | July 16, 2018

Recap from Day 7 during my chemo treatments.

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Day 6

By Kikkan Randall | July 15, 2018

Recap from Day 6 during my chemo treatments

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Day 5 Update

By Kikkan Randall | July 14, 2018

Recap from day 5 during my chemo treatments  

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Day 4 Update

By Kikkan Randall | July 13, 2018

Recap from day 4 during my chemo treatments

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Day 3 Update

By Kikkan Randall | July 13, 2018

Recap from day 3 during my chemo treatments.

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Day 2 Update

By Kikkan Randall | July 13, 2018

Recap from day 2 of my chemo treatments.

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First Day of Chemo – Video blog

By Kikkan Randall | July 12, 2018

Here’s a little wrap from the end of my first day of chemo treatment.  

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New Diagnosis

By Kikkan Randall | July 11, 2018

The color pink has taken on a new chapter in my life as I was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Although we caught it early and the prognosis is good, my life will change quite a bit in the coming months. I have returned to Anchorage for treatment at the Providence Alaska Cancer Center.  It’s […]

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KIKKAN RANDALL by Innervoice – The Trailblazer

By Kikkan Randall | July 10, 2018

POWER If you took a triathlon and put it into one sport, that’s what cross-country skiing feels like. It’s like running a 5k or a 10k where you start off with good speed, find a steady pace, you’re breathing rapidly and you can definitely feel your muscles. Then, because of the up and down nature […]

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Featured on Another Mother Runner Podcast #311

By Kikkan Randall | July 10, 2018

Celebrating Mother’s Day, Olympian style, Dimity (standing in for for host Sarah) and co-host Tish Hamilton connect with cross-country skier Kikkan Randall, the only mother on the 2018 U.S. Winter Olympic team—and, along with teammate Jessie Diggins, the first American woman ever to win an Olympic gold cross-country skiing. The trio first hits Kikkan’s background […]

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Find Your Inspiration

By Sadie Bjornsen | June 5, 2018

Inspiration is defined as “the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something”. In sports, we often find inspiration in amazing performances, successful accomplishments, aim at a big goal, a teammate’s breakthrough, or something else. I have always found inspiration easily, as I have been surrounded by amazing teammates doing amazing things. At […]

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Finishing the Race Season

By Scott Patterson | April 28, 2018

Although I was out skiing in a blizzard today, the ski season is over.  By that I mean the competitive season. It has been a month since the last races and the official start of training for next year is rapidly approaching. I can’t quite write about the end of the season with the excitement […]

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And that is a Wrap!

By Sadie Bjornsen | April 25, 2018

In February, I wrote a blog post about holding on tight to life, because it was flying by at an unbelievably high speed, with an overwhelming amount of excitement. One quality of being extremely goal oriented is that you forget to take the time to “experience the achievements” before you are setting the next goal. […]

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Olympic Endings

By Scott Patterson | March 3, 2018

Korea was a whirl of transportation and movement. From day one, we were packing and unpacking, busing to and from venues, dining, ceremonies, or media requirements. It seemed nonstop.  Everything entered a crescendo going into the opening ceremony, only to feel like it was time to leave a week later. Many sports competed early. These […]

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