Sports in Alaska
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The following is a list of sporting venues, events, and teams based in Alaska.
Main article: Anchorage, Alaska § Sports
- Alyeska Resort
- Chugach State Park, a 495,000-acre (2,000 km2) high alpine park.
- Anchorage has a large number of groomed cross-country skiing trails within the urban core. There are 105 miles (169 km) of maintained ski trails in the city, some of which reach downtown.
- Mulcahy Stadium
- Sullivan Arena
- Alaska Aces
- Alaska Quake
- Anchorage Bucs Baseball Club
- Anchorage Glacier Pilots
- Alaska Wild
- Rage City Rollergirls
- Great Alaska Shootout, an annual NCAA Division I basketball tournament
- Sadler's Ultra Challenge wheelchair race between Fairbanks and Anchorage
- The Tour of Anchorage is an annual 50-kilometer (31 mi) ski race within the city.
- World Eskimo Indian Olympics
- Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks
- Alaska Nanooks men's ice hockey
- Carlson Center
- Fairbanks Ice Dogs
- Fairbanks Rollergirls
- Sonot Kkaazoot
- Alaska Mountain Wilderness Classic
- Arctic Winter Games
- Mount Marathon Race
- World Extreme Skiing Championship
- List of college athletic programs in Alaska
- List of athletes from Alaska
- Hunting and fishing in Alaska
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