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  • Resource Database / Sports & Athletics

    Resources: 23 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    2002 North - American Indigenous Games
      Canada - Western
    Official site for the 2002 North American Indigenous Games - 2002 NAIG - in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Contains news items, a description of aboriginal culture, links, venues, and sports coverage.
    Against the Winds: Traditions of Native American Running
    Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Harvard University: Running in the Past | Spiritual Traditions | Introduction | Timeline | Running Today - Peabody Museum
    More sites on www.peabody.harvard.edu
    American Recreation Resource and Education Center, Inc.
    1)1999 Native American Recreation Education Conference, August 24-28, Indianapolis, IN 2)Circle of Hope Golf Classic, August 24, 1999. This event is to raise funds for recreation education programs for the Native American Recreation & Sport Institute and the American Indian Center of Indiana, Inc. fund-raising for a Wellness Center for the 15,000+ representing 103 Tribes living in Indiana. Thank you, Judith G. Shepherd CO-Founder of ARREC Founder of NARSI Founder of COH
    Metis Canada - Northern
    We feature George "Chief" Armstrong in our Oldies Section. George was born in Skead Ontario Canada.
    Everett Largo's Homepage
    Navajo US - Southwest
    This is Coach Largo's Homepage.
    Fort Hall Recreation
    Shoshone US - West
    The mission of the Fort Hall Recreation Program is to provide recreational activities and leisure time programs for the entire Shoshone-Bannock Tribes population.
    Gino Odjick's world
    Algonquin Canada
    NHL hockey player Gino Odjick is a full-blooded Algonquin indian that spends all of his free time to teach indian kids about the dangers of substance abuse. As a recovered alcoholic, he knows how hard it is to break out from a life in a reservoir and make it on the outside.
    Haring Lacrosse
    Seneca US - Northeast
    These NEW traditional wooden box lacrosse sticks are designed and shipped directly by Haring Lacrosse of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation. They measure 42 to 47 inches in length and are approximately 5 inches across. These one of a kind lacrosse sticks are crafted from Hickory or Ash and have moose hide sidewalls. Sticks are ready for play or make a great stick to hang in your décor.
    Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team
    The Iroquois are the originators of the modern day game of Lacrosse. Shrouded in time, Lacrosse was played among the Confederacy long before the coming of the Europeans to the shores of North America. It can be said that when the Europeans first came to America, Lacrosse was one of the most popular and widespread games played across the continent and with many variations. The long stick game played internationally today belongs to the Iroquois.
    Cherokee US - Central
    8th Annual Haskell Men's Indian Softball Tournament 1st Annual Haskell Women's Indian Softball Tournament
    Mike Thomas Professional Hockey School
    Cree Canada - Western
    Jordin Tootoo will be the headline instructor at the Mike Thomas Professional Hockey Schools this summer in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Ask Mike about bring a hockey school to your community.
    NABI 2003
      US - Southwest
    Scheduled for August 2003, the Native American Basketball Invitational (NABI) Tournament is a four-day event that will be held at America West Arena in Phoenix, Arizona. The event is an opportunity to bring Native American male and female athletes who are currently playing at the high school level in the Southwest into contact with professional athletes, professional and college scouts, celebrities, Tribal leaders and the business community. But it is the hope that this event may provide a spark that ignites Native American youth to set their sights a little higher and making the most of their potential and to one day see a Native American youth reach the stars by walking onto the NBA or WNBA floor.
    Native Hockey Players
    Why devote a page strictly to Native players? To many of us Native Americans-Canadians, hockey is a sport that we have grown up with. In Canada, hockey has become part of our culture. Just go to any reserve, and you will find a hockey rink, despite the economic situation. Anyone who plays hockey knows the benefits of participating in a team sport, and hockey is a very positive experience for those Natives who participate. Thus, I feel it is appropriate to dedicate a page to those Indians who have beat the odds and made it to the professional level.
    Native Stars Basketball Academy
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The Native Stars Basketball Academy provides basketball training to Native American and non-Native American athletes that are in the 8th to 12th grade. All training sessions are presented in the Phoenix, AZ area. Visit our site for information about the basketball program.
    Euchee United States
    A website covering native american athletes competing at the college and professional level. Featuring interviews,player profiles, NDNtournament info and free email.
    North Van Canoe Club
    Squamish Canada - Western
    Native Culture is at its purest. Our canoe club is a Native canoe club in Canada. We compete locally and interantionally. We have a a gallery of dug outs that are built by our own. We also have on Ocean going gallery a different styl of our cultrual canoing. We also compete in Outriggers you will find an Outrigger gallery as well. A growing list of Native links and canoing links. Check it out.I would like to do a link exchange.
    Northen Nevada Native American Athletic Association
      US - West
    This is a site that promotes athletic competition amongst Native Americans from Canada & the U.S. here in Northern Nevada. We host various tournaments and have them listed on the site. We also will pomote and list other activities to help other tribes get the word out on thier event.
    Notah Begay III
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The official web presence of PGA Tour golfer Notah Begay III, a Native American athlete from Albuquerque, N.M. See what's in Notah's golf bag, read the latest on the career of NB3 or see where Notah's playing next.
    Phoenix Dark Wind
    Navajo US - Southwest
    The first ever All Native American tournament paintball team.
      United States
    Our organization has been in business since 1995, specializing in job placement for women and minorities in the sports, health and fitness industries. For the past nine years SportsDiversityRecruiting.com has not only been the leading career development and diversity recruiting company in sports and health, but has been the only company in the United States to offer a full service sports diversity recruitment channel for both job seekers and employers.
    The War Party Boxing Club
    Washoe US - West
    The official site of The War Party Boxing Club.
    Walker River Boxing Club
    Paiute United States
    Official Site of The Walker River Boxing Club. Native American Amateur Boxing Club. Schurz, Nevada. Boxing Links. Native American Links.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Athabascan US - Alaska
    Alaska Native Sports Association (www.aknsa.com) promotes All-Native basketball tournaments in and around the Anchorage, Alaska area. Proceeds from the non-profit organization provide academic scholarships to youths pursuing post-secondary education

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