Nunavut cousins find badminton success at Indigenous Games

Many of the teams participating in badminton this week at the North American Indigenous Games had never met before arriving in Toronto.

But that’s not the case for cousins Davidee Kudluarok and Mike Kavik, the 16U males double team from Sanikiluaq, Nunavut.

Manitoba’s U19 female volleyball team bands together to secure third.

Against the wall, “Team Toba” stood tall when it mattered most, on Thursday. Being tied with Team Wisconsin in the same pool, Manitoba battled it out with them, as a win confirms a chance for a “better” matchup moving forward in the tournament. And they did just that, as Manitoba took the game in three […]

Amateur NAIG Sports

Badminton’s Isabelle Bailey and Rachel Cameron becoming fast friends

Athletes often cite experience playing with each other as an answer to why they’re able to work so well together.

Hockey players, for instance, often make blind passes, made possible by a sixth sense of just knowing where their teammate will be at any given time.

Javelin thrower Hannah Morningstar a role model for all

On the morning of her first major competition, Hannah Morningstar was struggling just to think. It was at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Regina, Sask., and the then 13-year-old was trying to find a way to throw her javelin as best as she could. “On that day, I woke up feeling extremely […]