Competing for gold at North American Indigenous Games

By Neil Becker Sports News That moment of truth has finally arrived where aspiring athletes will create life long memories while making friends and of course competing for gold at the much anticipated North American Indigenous Games.  After much preparation, approximately 5,250 athletes will be travelling from 26 different regions across Turtle Island  to Toronto, Hamilton and Six Nations where from July16-23rd they will be competing while also learning about various cultural programs through the showcasing of local and North American Indigenous cultural groups and entertainers. “It’s going to be awesome. I’m pretty excited about it,” NAIG Lacrosse Manager Kevin Sandy said. “The big thing is establishing friendships and celebrating each other’s culture.” Prior to the competition, athletes, coaches and all those involved with NAIG will on July 16th commence…

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