For the second year in a row, the Native Youth Olympic (NYO) Games went virtual, attracting more than 280 athletes to participate from around the state. More
Two NYO Games athletes receive $1,000 scholarships thanks to the generous support of The Eyak Corporation and the Worl family. More
As a student, Kyle Worl was hesitant to join in Native games. Today, he’s bringing Native games to new audiences in Alaska — and beyond. More
NYO is once again taking the action online this year for the 2021 Virtual Senior NYO Games. Running April 5 – 30, student athletes in grades 7 – 12 from across the state may compete at a location of their … More
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Athletes, coaches, and others can view step-by-step instructions and learn about the history of NYO through fourteen new videos, made possible through funding from a Nike N7 grant. More
Beginning Thursday, more than 450 student athletes from communities across Alaska will gather at the UAA Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage for the 49th Annual NYO Games. The 2019 Games run April 25–27, as athletes demonstrate strength, agility and skill … More
In 2002, the team sportsmanship award given at Native Youth Olympic Games was named for Gloria Walker, a onetime NYO coordinator who was deeply involved in Native sports. More
The former NYO Head Official helped create Junior Native Youth Olympics More