Alaska games mimic hunting tasks, like sneaking up on a seal

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Alaska games mimic hunting tasks, like sneaking up on a seal

A type of decorative ball that organizers use in most kicking events in Native Youth Olympics Games in Juneau, Alaska.
Native Youth Olympics Games member Tony Rivera practices the Alaskan high kick in Juneau, Alaska. The high school state championships in Native Youth Olympics will be held beginning Thursday in Anchorage, Alaska, and Juneau will send a team for the first time in nearly three decades.
Native Youth Olympics Games team member Matthew Quinto practices the high kick in Juneau, Alaska.
Sealaska Heritage Institute President Rosita Worl at her office in Juneau, Alaska. The institute is supporting the re-establishment of a Juneau Native Youth Olympics team, which hasn’t fielded a team in nearly 30 years but will send 10 competitors to the state high school championships in Anchorage, Alaska.

Alaska games mimic hunting tasks, like sneaking up on a seal

A type of decorative ball that organizers use in most kicking events in Native Youth Olympics Games in Juneau, Alaska.
Native Youth Olympics Games member Tony Rivera practices the Alaskan high kick in Juneau, Alaska. The high school state championships in Native Youth Olympics will be held beginning Thursday in Anchorage, Alaska, and Juneau will send a team for the first time in nearly three decades.
Native Youth Olympics Games team member Matthew Quinto practices the high kick in Juneau, Alaska.
Sealaska Heritage Institute President Rosita Worl at her office in Juneau, Alaska. The institute is supporting the re-establishment of a Juneau Native Youth Olympics team, which hasn’t fielded a team in nearly 30 years but will send 10 competitors to the state high school championships in Anchorage, Alaska.
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