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Kikkan Randall (2017)

Kikkan Randall is an American cross-country skier. She is the niece of former cross-country skiing Olympians Betsy Haines and Chris Haines.

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About the Kikkan Randall Interview

In 2008, I scored the first ever World Cup Victory for an American woman in cross-country and notched two more World Cup Top-tens to close the season ranked 15th in the world in sprint rankings.

Despite being diagnosed with a massive blood clot in my left leg in April 2008, I rebounded to win the first ever US women’s World Championship medal at the 2009 World Championships and made history again, when along with teammate Jessie Diggins, we won the first ever gold medal for the cross-country team at the World Championships in Val di Fiemme in 2013.

I can ride a unicycle, am a mom to a toddler and was born on New Years Even. Now, AMA!

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Kikkan Randall Nov 08, 2017