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2019 Jr. GAMES SCHEDULE* WELLS FARGO SPORTS COMPLEX, UAA | ANCHORAGE | FEBRUARY 22–24 FRIDAY | FEBRUARY 22 Grades 5 & 6...

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2019 Jr. GAMES SCHEDULE*

WELLS FARGO SPORTS COMPLEX, UAA | ANCHORAGE | FEBRUARY 22–24 FRIDAY | FEBRUARY 22 Grades 5 & 6

2 p.m.

Registration; coaches check-in

4 p.m.

Welcome!

4:30 p.m.

One-Foot High Kick/Scissor Broad Jump

6:30 p.m.

Alaskan High Kick/Eskimo Stick Pull

SATURDAY | FEBRUARY 23 Grades 3 & 4

NYO is a year-round program that has a quantifiable positive impact on more than 2,000 youth each year. In a survey emphasizing NYO’s impact, 397 NYO athletes in grades 7–12 who competed in the 2017 Sr. Games offered the following insight: • 76% credited NYO as an incentive to stay in school

• 75% improved or maintained good

grades in order to continue participation in NYO Games

• 69% indicated improved self-confidence

• 54% indicated improved leadership and self-esteem

• 75% reported a greater sense of work ethic

• 86% see themselves as a role-model for future NYO athletes

• 92% learned about Alaska Native culture and values

9 a.m.

Registration; coaches check-in

10 a.m.

Welcome!

10:15 a.m.

Wrist Carry & Awards

11:15 a.m.

Two-Foot High Kick & Awards

1:15 p.m.

Arm Pull & Awards

SUNDAY | FEBRUARY 24 Grades 1 & 2

9 a.m.

Registration; coaches check-in

10 a.m.

Welcome!

10:15 a.m.

Kneel Jump & Awards

11:30 a.m.

Best Banner Award

Noon

Eskimo Stick Pull & Awards

2 p.m.

Seal Hop & Awards

FREE PARKING AT DESIGNATED LOTS * Dates and times are subject to change;timing of each event is estimated, and dictated by length of individual contests

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• 93% developed new friendships with other athletes, coaches, and teachers



7%

stopped using tobacco products



4%

stopped using alcohol



5%

stopped using illegal substances

• 30% indicated they practice at least 6–10 hours per week

NYO Games Alaska & Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. @CITCAlaska #NYOGames CITCAlaska