Team Pure and Wild, aboard a 44-foot Riptide monohull, sailed into Ketchikan’s Thomas Basin harbor Monday afternoon.
Multiple federal agencies affirm the rights of transgender people.
Bri “Snap1” Pritchard is working toward a spot in the first U.S. Olympic team for breaking. It’s the pinnacle of a journey over a decade in the making.
The unpowered boat race stretches 750 miles to Ketchikan.
The idea for the course, according to Shannon Crossley of the Juneau Disc Golf Club, is that it has shorter distances so it’s easier for younger and less experienced players.
First place wins $10,000 cash, which is nailed to a piece of wood in Ketchikan. Second place gets a set of steak knives.
With only around 1,000 hotel rooms, the city proposed a creative solution: Incentivizing Juneau residents to go on vacation and rent their homes to athletes for a week.
Sen. Jesse Kiehl was the only member of Alaska’s Senate Judiciary Committee to move to vote against a bill that would ban transgender girls from competing with other female athletes in school sports.
There are few places in the world where world-class waves meet unobstructed views of a temperate rainforest. But that’s just a small part of what makes surfing in Yakutat so special.
For athlete Alexandria Toloff, the events are more than just the games — they are also about the culture, the dancing, the food and seeing your community come together.