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Alaska’s Indigenous teens emulate ancestors’ Arctic survival skills at the Native Youth Olympics

  • Nicole Johnson, a decorated Native athlete, emphasized the importance of Alaska Native games in preserving culture and heritage, passing down traditions to today's youth.
  • The "seal hop" event at the games mimics ancestral hunting techniques, showcasing a unique aspect of Alaska Native culture and history.
  • Athlete Colton Paul set a world record in the scissors broad jump event, highlighting the talent and achievements of participants from Mount Edgecumbe High School.
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