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Tompkins, Kurka injured in training at Sochi Paralympics

Tompkins, Kurka injured in training at Sochi ParalympicsSoft snow conditions resulted in several crashes in both training and the race.

Buser keeps Iditarod lead; first out of Nulato

Martin Buser, racing with 14 dogs, kept up his bid to win the 2014 Iditarod, leaving Nulato about 9:34 Friday night.

Dogs fare better than mushers over rough trail

Dogs fare better than mushers over rough trailMushers are surprised at how many dogs fared well through some of the roughest trail they’ve seen in the race’s history.

Mandatory 24-Hour rest playing into race strategy

Mandatory 24-Hour rest playing into race strategyIditarod teams are making their way across the Interior region where the trail is soft, smooth and covered in snow – a far cry from the rough and rocky trail that took many mushers out of the race earlier this week.

Kikkan Randall wins World Cup sprint race

Following disappointing races at the Sochi Olympics, Randall of Anchorage, won a World Cup sprint race in Finland over the weekend.

Lindh and Hinkley overall Town Downhill winners

Lindh and Hinkley overall Town Downhill winnersSeventy-four skiers and snowboarders raced in the Town Downhill.

Ceremonial start kicks off 42nd Iditarod

Ceremonial start kicks off 42nd IditarodThis year’s race includes six former champions and at least 20 mushers vying for a top-10 finish.

Juneau’s Joe Tompkins to ski in Sochi Paralympics

Juneau’s Joe Tompkins to ski in Sochi ParalympicsThe U.S. Olympic Committee says NBC network plans 50 hours of television coverage of the Paralympics between March 7 and March 16

Aurora, all-comers races featured at Eaglecrest this week

Aurora, all-comers races featured at Eaglecrest this weekAnother beautiful weekend is in the forecast

Mighty Mites take over the mountain

Mighty Mites take over the mountainYoungsters learn the fundamentals for a lifelong sport.