1 hr 6 min

Kikkan Randall Interview Part 1 of 2 Interviews with Top US Nordic Ski Athletes and Personalities

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Kikkan Randall has 262 starts in World Cup, World Championships, and Olympic games. Of these international starts, she has reached the podium in individual races 31 times including 13 victories. Kikkan has won the overall Sprint World Cup 3 times and was 3rd in the overall World Cup in 2013. In the 2018 Olympic Games Kikkan won the gold medal in the team sprint with Jessie Diggins. In addition to her 17 US National Championship titles, this 5 time Olympian won individual silver and bronze medals as well as a Team Sprint gold medal in World Championships. Kikkan is also deservedly well known for the countless hours that she has devoted to Fast and Female in the past. In April 2018 Kikkan was diagnosed with breast cancer.  A long time Alaska resident, Kikkan and her 4 year old son Breck currently live in British Columbia. We speak about Kikkan's childhood, how she got into skiing, her meteoric rise to the top of Nordic skiing in the US, the process that she undertook to reach the top of the world's elite, and dealing with disappointment.

Kikkan Randall has 262 starts in World Cup, World Championships, and Olympic games. Of these international starts, she has reached the podium in individual races 31 times including 13 victories. Kikkan has won the overall Sprint World Cup 3 times and was 3rd in the overall World Cup in 2013. In the 2018 Olympic Games Kikkan won the gold medal in the team sprint with Jessie Diggins. In addition to her 17 US National Championship titles, this 5 time Olympian won individual silver and bronze medals as well as a Team Sprint gold medal in World Championships. Kikkan is also deservedly well known for the countless hours that she has devoted to Fast and Female in the past. In April 2018 Kikkan was diagnosed with breast cancer.  A long time Alaska resident, Kikkan and her 4 year old son Breck currently live in British Columbia. We speak about Kikkan's childhood, how she got into skiing, her meteoric rise to the top of Nordic skiing in the US, the process that she undertook to reach the top of the world's elite, and dealing with disappointment.

1 hr 6 min

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