Organizers announced this week that it’s too risky to hold the sprint races through the city during the coronavirus pandemic.
With the week-to-week travel required for the World Cup circuit, there’s no way for skiing to follow the “bubble” model that was successfully implemented by the NBA.
City staff want to restrict skateboarding and some other activities along the seawalk. Dozens of skaters showed up to push back against that idea during a committee meeting on Wednesday.
The Alaska School Activities Association has canceled the state championship events for all fall high school sports because of a rising number of COVID-19 infections.
Alyeska Resort is set to get the lifts running again this winter — but this year it’s “no masks, no service.”
Jennifer Smith, who shared a home and sled dog kennel with Lance Mackey, died Sunday night in an ATV accident near her home north of Fairbanks.
The teams timed their own 5K races at home and then shared them. The girls’ and boys’ teams from Juneau-Douglas: Yadaa.at Kalé both finished first.
A positive drug test for methamphetamine has disqualified veteran dog musher Lance Mackey from the 2020 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, according to a statement from race organizers.
Alaska has designated fishing as “critical infrastructure” — including sport fishing. But travel mandates could make trips to fishing destinations an upstream battle for people trying to come in from out of state.
The COVID-19 pandemic will not prevent Alaskans from fishing this summer. But residents are being asked to take precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.