The two-hour safety session starts at 10 a.m. and will teach participants about general and cold water safety, pool rules, ice safety, buddy safety, rescue techniques, emergency planning and responding, proper life jacket use and more. Registration costs $50 for one participant and $40 for multiple siblings. On-site registration is $60.

All Nike apparel will be acquired through sports equipment distributor BSN Sports. Each of the university’s 10 varsity sports will use Nike apparel and equipment, with the exception of any items not available through BSN Sports.

Three weeks ago, the University of Alaska Fairbanks announced its 2019-20 hockey schedule. It included the Nanooks visiting the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves for an Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup and Western Collegiate Hockey Association series Oct. 25 and 26 at Sullivan Arena in …

ISLE, Maine — David Norris placed fourth in the men’s race and fellow Fairbanks native Becca Rorabaugh took 15th in the women’s race of Saturday’s mass-start classic technique competition of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Super Tour Finals in Presque Isle, Maine.

FAIRBANKS — University of Alaska Fairbanks swimmer Oda Bygdnes is set to compete in the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving National Championships on Thursday at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis. She will compete in the 100-yard butterfly event, which begins at 6 a.m. 

MORGANTOWN, W.V. — Alaska Nanooks shooters JT Schnering, Haley Castillo and Kellen McAferty received All-America honors by the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association and the National Rifle Association on Saturday night after the air rifle matches of the NCAA Championships in Morgantown, West V…

FAIRBANKS — Frustration and determination visited the Alaska Nanooks locker room after a double-overtime loss to Northern Michigan on Friday night in the first game of a Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoff series in Marquette, Michigan.

FAIRBANKS — Nordic Ski Club of Fairbanks and the UAF Trails Club will host their Skiathon at 11 a.m. Sunday at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Ski Hut on West Ridge, near the Geophysical Institute.

The Nanooks’ only home meet is its annual Blue and Gold 5K Race on Aug. 31 at the UAF Running and Ski Trails.