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APPENDIX D

 Key WEIO Athletes, Range of Winning Distances for Events at 1996 AWG & 1995 NYO

 

World Eskimo Indian Olympics

The literature revealed the following key WEIO athletes: (Heartbeats of Alaska: Native games and dances, 1984)

ATHLETE

EVENTS

MEDALS

Robert "Big Bob" Aiken

Four Man Carry, Arm Pull, and Eskimo and Indian Stick Pull-Gold Medals

Homer Lord

Four Man Carry, Indian Stick Pull, and Men's Arm Pull-Gold Medals

 Leslie Nashookpuk

Men's One-Foot High Kick, Alaskan High Kick-Gold Medal

 Louise Reich

Women's Greased Pole Walk, Drop The Bob, and Women's Knuckle Hop-Gold Medals

One-Foot High Kick, Knee Jump, and Alaskan High Kick-Silver Medals

 Joshua Okpik

Ear Weight Carry-Gold Medal

Reggie Joule

Blanket Toss-Gold Medal

Sheila Seetonoma

Women's Toe Kick-Silver Medal

Rodney Worl

Knuckle Hop-Gold Medal

Drop The Bomb-Silver Medal

William Roland

Drop The Bomb, Toe Kick, and Knuckle Hop-Gold Medals

 J. T. Sherman

Men's Two-Foot High Kick-Silver Medal

Brian Randazzo

Two-Foot-High Kick and One-Foot-High Kick-Gold Medals

Carol Pickett

One-Foot High Kick, Two-Foot High Kick, Knee Jump, and Toe Kick-Gold Medals

Drop The Bomb, Alaskan High Kick, and Greased Pole Walk-Silver Medals

Louis Reich

Kneel Jump-Gold Medal

Greg Nothstine

Two-Foot High Kick, Arm Pull, and Alaskan High Kick-Gold Medals

Two-Foot High Kick, Arm Pull, and Alaskan High Kick-Silver Medals

 

Arctic Winter Games 


The range of winning distances of the 1996 Arctic Sports (Inuit and Dene) were as follows: (AWG Official Records, 1996)

STUART M. HODGSON TROPHY - Northwest Territories

 

INUIT GAMES

EVENT

CATEGORY

RANGE OF WINNING DISTANCES (1st to 3rd)

 

Kneel Jump

Junior Women

3' 4" - 2" 10"

Open Women

3' 2 1/4 " - 2' 6 1/4"

Junior Men

3' 11 1/2" - 3' 5 3/4"

Open Men

4' 6 1/2" - 4' 0"

Airplane

Open Men

42' - 36' 6"

One Hand Reach

Open Men

5' 2" - 5' 0"

Knuckle Hop

Open Men

107' 2.5" - 91' 8.3"

Alaskan High Kick

Junior Women

5' 6" - 4' 10"

Open Women

5' 8" - 5' 2"

Junior Men

6' 4" - 6' 0"

Open Men

7' 0" - 7' 0"

Two Foot High Kick

Junior Women

5' 10" - 5' 4"

Open Women

6' 2" - 5' 2"

Junior Men

6' 10" - 6' 8"

Open Men

7' 9" - 7' 6"

One Foot High Kick

Junior Women

7' 3" - 6' 2"

Open Women

6' 9" - 6' 6"

Junior Men

8' 0" - 7' 10"

Open Men

8' 10" - 8" 4"

DENE GAMES

EVENT

CATEGORY

RANGE OF WINNING DISTANCES (1st to 3rd)

Snow Snake

Open Men

246' 0" - 232' 4"

 

 

Native Youth Olympics


The 1995 Statewide NYO range of winning distances were as follows: (Statewide NYO individual standings, 1995)

 

AWARDS

Sportsmanship Awards

Kilann Moonin, Homer

Boogles Johnson, Nome

Overall Athlete

Laureli Ivanoff, Bering Strait

Scott Syverson, Unalaska

Sam Fox Team Sportsmanship Award

Unalaska

 

EVENT

CATEGORY

RANGE OF WINNING DISTANCES (1st to 5th)

Kneel Jump

Boys

58" - 45 3/4"

Girls

42" - 35 3/4"

Alaskan High Kick

Boys

84" - 76"

Girls

70" - 62"

Scissor Broad Jump

Boys

32' 10"

Girls

28" - 25' 1"

Wrist Carry

Boys

97' 4 1/4" - 86' 8 3/4"

Girls

79' 4" - 60' 1"

Two Foot High Kick

Boys

91" - 84"

Girls

67" - 60"

Seal Hop

Boys

132' 4" - 94' 9 1/2"

Girls

143' 6" - 90' 10 3/4"

One Foot High Kick

Boys

105" - 100"

Girls

83" - 74"

One Hand Reach

Boys

63" - 58"

Girls

59" - 50"

 

TEAM STANDINGS

1. Lower Kuskokwim School District

120 points

2. Anchorage Team

74 points

3. Unalaska

68 points

4. Bering Straits

52 points

5. Dillingham

44 points

 

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