8 Alaska skiers, including 2 sets of siblings, named to U.S. World Championship teams

U.S. Ski & Snowboard has named 18 skiers to the U.S. Cross Country team that will compete in the 2019 World Championships next month. The roster includes four Alaska men and four Alaska-connected women. Among the Alaskans are two sets of siblings.


The Iditarod Trail Committee has officially started its search for a new CEO. The Rasmuson Foundation has given the ITC a grant to fund the search.


Years ago, an Eagle River teen began his ice climbing journey. Little did he know, the adventure would take him much farther than up and down a few local walls.


Missed anything in sports this past week? Follow the Alaska Sports Hall's Alaska Sports Blog for the week in review.


Due to "difficult trail conditions," organizers of the Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race announced Monday that changes would be made to the 2019 edition of the race, in addition to adjustments in the shorter YQ300.




Nine Alaskan junior skiers to represent U.S. in Finland and Estonia


UAA hoops standout Brimhall named GNAC player of the week


Failor wins 2019 Kuskokwim 300


Juneau students choose Huskies as mascot for combined teams


Bogus Creek 150 champion is 15-year-old Jason Pavila


Matt Thomas named ECHL all-star game coach


YQ300 route shortened due to lack of snow


Does a new year mean a new champion for the Kuskokwim 300?


Eagle River basketball coach inspiring team by still coaching despite injury


Iron Dog moves start from Big Lake to Deshka Landing


Nicolas Petit wins Copper Basin 300 for second year in a row


Kurgat sets record for Division II athletes in 3,000 meter race


Mushers prepare to race the 30th running of the Copper Basin 300


NHL All-Star game, draft to come to Seattle in coming years


APU finishes out national cross country championships with a pair of medals


APU's Norris and Anchorage's Patterson dominate U.S. National Cross Country championships day 3


Rally the Regions and ACS Pepsi Invitational crowns its champions


Hannah Hogenson uses tenacity to propel herself onto national team


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