Kikkan Randall’s 2014/2015 Competition Schedule


 

L.L.Bean testing and design partner Kikkan Randall.

L.L.Bean testing and design partner Kikkan Randall is the most decorated cross-country ski racer in US history, with 14 World Cup victories and 17 US National championships. Now she’s back in Europe to compete on the World Cup circuit, where she’s looking to win her fourth consecutive World Cup Sprint Title.

 

On top of the World Cup, this season Kikkan will compete in the 2015 World Championships and the 2015 SuperTour Finals, the highest-level circuit in the US.

 

It’s going to be a busy winter! Follow Kikkan as she competes, and help us cheer her on:

 

World Cup

November

  • 11/29 (first race)-11/30 Ruka (FIN)

 

December

  • 12/6-12/7 Lillehammer (NOR)
  • 12/14 Davos (SUI)
  • 12/21 Davos (SUI)

 

January

  • 1/17-1/18 Otepaa (EST)
  • 1/23-1/25 Rybinsk (RUS)

 

February

  • 2/14-2/15 Oestersund (SWE)

 

March

  • 3/7-3/8 Lahti (FIN)
  • 3/11 Drammen (NOR)
  • 3/14-3/15 Oslo (NOR)

 

Tour De Ski

January

  • 1/3-1/4 Oberstdorf (GER)
  • 1/6 Val Mustair (SUI)
  • 1/7-1/8 Toblach (ITA)

 

FIS World Championships

February

  • 2/18- 2/28 Falun (SWE)

2015 SuperTour Finals

March

  • 3/21-3/26 (USA)

 

Please note that this schedule is subject to change. We’ll be tweeting about Kikkan’s progress – follow us at twitter.com/llbean so you don’t miss anything!
When Kikkan isn’t on the slopes, you can still learn more about our partnership and watch videos, see pictures and more on her page at llbean.com.

 

Good luck, Kikkan!




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