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Kikkan Randall
Randall is a three-time Olympian who first started skiing to stay in shape as a cross-country runner during the winter season. Since her first Olympic Winter Games in 2002, she has become the most successful U.S. female cross-country skier in history, winning back-to-back World Cup sprint titles and securing the first World Championship medal for the U.S. Women’s Ski Team in 2009. A 2013 World Champion, she first started eating Kashi as a child with her father and now gains energy for her training and competitions with Kashi GOLEAN cereals.

Entries by Kikkan Randall

My Sochi 2014 Playlist

(0) Comments | Posted February 12, 2014 | 9:17 AM

Welcome to our "Like An Olympian" series. During the 2014 Sochi Olympics, HuffPost Healthy Living will take a look at lifestyle and fitness lessons from competitors, coaches and former Olympians alike. Here, Kikkan Randall, the most successful U.S. female cross-country skier in history, shares what's on her playlist leading up...

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Sochi's Role in the Climate Movement

(6) Comments | Posted February 10, 2014 | 2:08 PM

Every four years, we all get to celebrate the best in winter sports, and this week in Sochi, the Olympics will host some of the most incredible winter athletes in the world on the biggest stage in sports. It's going to be amazing.

But with that also comes the...

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