5 Facts About Kikkan Randall

1. In 2009, Kikkan Randall was elected to the International Ski Federation's Athletes Commission, which she served on for eight years.

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2. In December 2017 Kikkan Randall took her first World Cup podium finish in almost three years when she finished third in a sprint in Davos, Switzerland.

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3. In January 2010, Kikkan Randall qualified for the 2010 Winter Olympics, where she earned a US best finish of sixth in the team sprint and her best individual finish of eighth in the individual sprint event.

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4. At the 2006 Winter Olympics, Kikkan Randall finished ninth in the Olympic Sprint, the best ever Olympic result in cross-country skiing by an American woman.

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5. In January 2006, Kikkan Randall returned to Soldier Hollow, Utah, the site of the 2002 Olympic cross-country competition, and won national titles in the 5-kilometer freestyle, the 10-km classical and the sprint.

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