Inuit Games and Autumn Ridley Twin Cities Tour

Inuit Games

Demonstration and Skills Practice Session


World Champion and Record Holder

Autumn Ridley (Inuk)


Mii o’ow ezhi-odaminoyang Anishinaabeg

(How We Play as the People)

Tókhed ikčé oyáte iyéčhed uŋškátapi 

These games test hunting and survival skills needed by indigenous people in extreme northern climates including strength, agility, power, and mental and physical toughness.

“Traditionally you had to rely on your own physical strength and mental preparedness to survive. You also had to rely on your community to survive” – Autum Ridley

Events Include: Alaskan High Kick, Two Foot High Kick, One Foot High Kick, Indian Stick Pull, Eskimo Stick Pull, Seal Hop, Butt Hop, Scissor Broad Jump, Kneel Jump and One Hand Reach

Free Admission and Open To Youth and Adults
Inuit Games and Autumn Ridley Twin Cities Tour

Friday, April 21, 2017
5 to 7 pm
Bdote Learning Center, 
3216 E. 29th Street, Minneapolis

Saturday, April 29, 2017
9 to 11 am
Minneapolis South High School Field, 
3131 19th Avenue South, Minneapolis

For more information: Dan Ninham, 218.368.6430 or [email protected]

Sponsored by: Honor the Earth, Bald Eagle Erectors and Northern Indigenous Games
April 21, 2017 at 5:00pm - April 29, 2017
Northern Indigenous Games
Coach Dan Ninham · · 218.368.6430

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