Randall, a 2018 Olympic gold medalist, will be the executive director of the Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage.
The 30-year-old was named the top development coach in the nation by US Skiing and Snowboarding.
His grandfather was the first alpine ski coach at Alyeska Ski Club, his parents are accomplished athletes and his sister is a state champion in cross-country skiing.
A system that favors younger skiers is one reason a skier with two top-20 finishes at the World Championships isn’t on the cross-country national team.
Alaskans make up more than half of the 21-member national team.
Three are biathletes and one competes in nordic combined.
The race was the third and final stage of the inaugural Tour de Skimeister.
With more than 700 inches of snow, the Girdwood mountain is ready for a variety of races this weekend and an extended season next month.
Alexandra Vonwalter-Gentner posted a two-run slalom time that beat the top boy by more than three seconds.
Soetaert’s victory came in the final race of the Western Region FIS Tech Series, a four-day race series at Alyeska Resort.
Eid, who trains in Idaho, shared the podium in both races with UAA’s Moro Bamber and Didrik Nilsen.
Preventing a complete podium sweep by UAA was U19 skier Randi Von Wichman, who finished second and third in Tuesday’s two giant slalom races.
More than a thousand people -- 801 cross-country skiers and 221 fat bikers -- competed in the March 7 race across Anchorage.
Ferucci won the slalom and giant slalom races at the recent Rocky Mountain/Central Division regional championships.
Senior Rebecca Fiegl claimed sixth place in the women’s slalom race at the NCAA Ski Championships in New Hampshire.
With temperatures in the 50s, Jager skied the classic-technique race with no klister wax.
The four-day championships run through Saturday.
The Seawolves survived a move to eliminate their program and a global pandemic on their way to the four-day championships in New Hampshire.
Eric Flanders and Stephanie Arnold posted the fastest times among those who took on the 75-kilometer challenge.
Patterson’s finish is the best by an American in a World Championship 50K since 2003.