Kikkan Randall – L.L.Bean Testing and Design Partner
Kikkan Randall has a lot of titles on her resume: Fastest Woman in Alaska on Skis (at 74.14 mph); USSA Cross-Country Skier of the Year (2008, 2009, 2010); Most Successful U.S. Cross-Country Skier in History; and First World Cup Victory for an American Woman in Cross-Country. We're happy to add one more title – L.L.Bean Testing and Design Partner.
Kikkan will work with our product development teams, providing valuable feedback and advice that will help us create world-class products. As the 2013 World Champion, ten-time World Cup victor and whopping 17-time U.S. National Champion, she's able to give us a perspective that nobody else can. [+ FULL STORY]Keep Up with Kikkan
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Kikkan is one-of-a-kind and so are these L.L.Bean Boots, with her signature “K” in pink. She liked them so much, she asked us to make special boots for the entire Women's Cross-Country Ski Team USA to celebrate their participation in the Sochi Winter Games.
Get the latest news on her travels, competitions and life as America's leading lady of cross-country skiing.
A Powerhouse in Pink
She calls herself “Kikkanimal”. Her blonde hair is streaked with pink, and she's got a smile that lights up a room. But don't underestimate this fun-loving young woman. She can ski over 70 miles an hour and does chin-ups wearing a 45 pound weight belt. Her drive has made her one of the top cross-country ski racers in the world and the most accomplished in US history.[+ FULL STORY]Kikkan Randall's Trophy Case
- World Championship
- 2009 Silver, Individual Sprint
- 2013 Gold, Team Sprint
- 13 World Cup Victories
- 2012 Sprint World Cup Champion
- 2013 Sprint World Cup Champion
- 2014 Sprint World Cup Champion
- 17 US National Championships
- 2012 First Place Sprint
- 2013 First Place Sprint
- American Firsts
- First World Cup Women's Podium
- First World Cup Women's Victory
- First World Championships Women's Gold Medal
- First Olympic Women's Top Ten
- First World Cup Overall Women's Discipline Leader
- First World Cup Overall Sprint Champion