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Up North: Kraus-Anderson Bike Festival

The thriving mountain biking scene has given rise to the Kraus Anderson Bike Festival, a competition that marked three years this weekend. Downhill, enduro, and cross country riders were at Spirit Mountain for the festival which highlights the trails and infrastructure that's grown up in Duluth. 

  • Twin Ports Pro Development Camp
 
  • Up North: Duluth International Rowing Regatta, New Boat House
 
  • Up North: 63 Years and Counting at the Spooner Rodeo
 
  • Up North: Baseball in Bovey


  • Heavy on Wrestling held their 'Resurgence' show in Superior on May 7th. Slammin' Saturday Night in Superior With Heavy on Wrestling Event

    A crowd of about 600 flocked to Wessman Arena in Superior last Saturday for an event called 'Resurgence,' which featured legendary stars and stars of the future.

  • Up North: Pool With the Pros

    The Break Room in Duluth has some of the best pool tables in town, and on Saturday hosted two professional players Earl "The Pearl" Strickland and Dennis "Hatchetman" Hatch for a day long event. Amateur players had the chance to take on Strickland and Hatch.

  • FMX Motorcross in Duluth Up North: Motocross and FMX at AMSOIL

    As part of it's world tour the motocross and BMX riders that are part of FMX made a stop to AMSOIL Arena over the weekend, and took their show to new heights.

  • Up North: Horse Cutting to Nationals

    At just seven-years-old, siblings Jack and Jenna Bell are two of the best horse cutting competitors for their age in the country as they head to the national competition in Denver later this month. Eyewitness Sports takes you Up North, every Wednesday on Eyewitness Sports.

  • Up North: Duluth FC

    The Duluth FC soccer club is transitioning from the Duluth Amateur Soccer League to the American Premiere League, which includes teams from Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota. 

     

  • Up North: Arm Wrestling in Cloquet

    This time of year the college basketball season coming to an end, and the Major League Baseball season starting the Rendezvous Sports Bar and Grill in Cloquet is a popular spot to catch a game, but over the weekend, arm wrestling took center stage.

  • Up North: Brule River Steelhead Opener

    North of where Highway 2 meets the Brule River, fishing anglers clutter the banks of the Brule River for the beginning of the Spring fishing season for the Steelhead opener. Eyewitness Sports goes Up North every Wednesday during Eyewitness News at Ten.

  • Kayaing down Lester River in Duluth Up North: Kayaking On Lester River

    Even though it's only March, kayakers were drifting down the Lester River in Duluth for the fourth annual Lester River Race, kicking off the kayak racing season. Eyewitness Sports goes Up North every Wednesday during Eyewitness News at Ten.


  • Runners Start Training for Grandma's Marathon

     Don't look now, but the biggest Northland summer tradition, Grandmas Marathon is less then 100 days away, and training is well under way for runners of all ages and skill caliber.

  • North Shore Rugby Looks to Add Girls Team

    On a world scale, rugby can sell out areas in front of thousands of fans. In Duluth, there may not be thousands of fans but the rugby scene is growing. The North Shore Rugby Club has even added a girls team.

  • Vintage Sleds at Fish Lake

    If you have ever worked on a snowmobile, you probably agree that patience and elbow grease is a necessity, even more so when your working on a sled over fifty years old.

  • Skiing with Dan Cnossen Up North

    Dan Cnossen skied in Duluth for the first time on Sunday. The Massachusetts native completed the American Birkebeiner in Hayward, Wis the day before. Keep in mind, he doesn't have legs, and uses just his arms.  Eyewitness Sports features the Up North segment every Wednesday at Ten.

  • Best of the Best at State Ski Meet

    Giants Ridge Resort was home to the state ski meets, that kick off the winter sports state tournament season in Minnesota. The best of the best at the high school level in Minnesota hit the slopes and hills near Biwabik for the state meet.

  • Freestyle Skiing at Spirit Mountain

    Spirit Mountain hosted the annual USSA Central Region Championships over the weekend. As the top skiers are selected to represent the Midwest. 


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