Kikkan Randall is an American cross-country skier who made her Olympic debut as a 19-year-old at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. Since then she has scored the first ever World Cup Victory for an American woman in cross-country skiing and notched two more World Cup Top-tens.
Together with Jessica Diggins, Kikkan became one of the first two Americans to win a gold medal in a cross-country World Championship with their team sprint win in the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2013 in Val di Fiemme. Kikkan has the best Olympic and World Cup results by an American woman. And – she’s just getting started!
July 11, 2018, Kikkan’s 2nd favorite color, pink, took on a new chapter when she announced she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and was undergoing chemotherapy. Pray with us that she brings as much tenacity, strength, and energy toward this challenge as she has throughout her entire career. More details on her blog.
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