Reading your post brought back so many memories for me. You might not remember me but I’m from Winona, MN and skied at NMU during the late 1980’s. I had exactly the same experience you are having now during my final years at NMU. Only advice I can provide is do exactly what you are doing. Step back the pressure, stay positive and probably most important – find yourself beyond skiing. You seem to have a really well rounded life. Shift focus to the other areas while your body recovers to bring back those PR’s. You’ll find you become an even better racer knowing you have those other areas when it comes back. IT WILL COME BACK. Cheers and enjoy the ride. Go Wildcats!!
June 10, 2019 by Kikkan Randall
Imagine winning your countries first gold medal and then coming home to find out you have cancer. That’s the reality that Kikkan Randall faced in 2018 after the Winter… HeroesLikeYou Podcast interview by Joe Belliston. The full podcast (33 min) is available on: Apple Stitcher Spotify or on the HeroesLikeYou website. > READ MORE
June 3, 2019 by Kikkan Randall
by Young Survival Coalition | May 14, 2019 | Health and Wellness | For National Women’s Health Week, we’re sharing our favorite stories and resources for your best health. We’ve collected everything from partner promotions to curated wellness content to help you establish a wellness routine right for you, diet and nutrition that works for your body and practices that improve your […] > READ MORE
May 2, 2019 by Kikkan Randall
By Nolin Ainsworth for the Juneau Empire Olympian cross-country skier stresses importance of goal setting. Wednesday, May 1, 2019 5:50pm – Anchorage-raised Olympian Kikkan Randall knows the hefty metal disc like the back of her hand. She’s displayed it in thousands of photos, brought it all over the country with her and amusedly watched her 3-year-old […] > READ MORE