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It was an Anchorage affair -- south-side style -- in Thursday's opening race of the state nordic skiing championships at the Birch Hill Recreational Area in Fairbanks.
With the program's longest winning streak long gone and two consecutive losses looming over them, the UAA women's basketball team came back to life Thursday night.
The rare endurance animals who finish the Iditarod Trail Invitational to McGrath or Nome can count themselves among the toughest bikers, skiers or runners in the world.Mike Campbell
With two games left in the Cook Inlet Conference schedule, Dimond's boys basketball team is saving its best for last as the Lynx rallied to beat the East T-birds 78-67 at home.
Twenty-one Junior Iditarod mushers will pull the hook Saturday morning at Knik Lake, and like most distance sled dog races in Alaska, a Mackey, Osmar and Lindner will be involved.
Newton Marshall became the first Jamaican musher to complete the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest when he passed the finish line in Fairbanks early Thursday morning.
The euphoria of Kikkan Randall's silver medal in the freestyle sprint at the Nordic Ski World Championships faded a bit on Thursday when the U.S. women finished next to last in the 4x5-kilometer relay.
UAA's Leah Wilson was named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Gymnast of the Week on Tuesday, following performances in two Seawolves home victories over Temple University.
The UAA hockey team goes for its third straight Governor's Cup title tonight at 6:07 p.m. in Fairbanks against rival UAF at the Carlson Center.
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