PHOTOS: One Hand Reach

Winning the event was Joeli Carlson from Bethel, with a reach of 58" and 0 misses. On the men's side, Braden Dallmann from Aniak claimed gold with a reach of 65".

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The 47th annual Native Youth Olympics kicked off at the Alaska Airline Center Thursday afternoon, with more than 500 athletes from across the state gathering in Anchorage to compete this year.

The Mat Su A Team on Friday claimed both medals and a new world record in the Scissor Kick Broad Jump event at the Native Youth Olympics.

High School seniors celebrated their final Native Youth Olympic games on Friday with a traditional blanket toss at the Alaska Airlines Center.

Thursday Sports April 27

RESULTS: Wrist Carry

Kneel Jump ends in personal bests for both gold medalists

Wednesday Sports April 26

Tuesday Sports April 25

Sports Monday April 24th

Sports Sunday April 23rd

Sports Saturday April 22nd

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame 2017: Fur Rendezvous Open World Championship

Friday Sports April 21st

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame 2017: 1988 solo winter ascent of Denali

Sports Thursday April 20th

Wednesday Sports April 19

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame 2017: Nicole Johnston

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame 2017: Jeff King

Tuesday Sports April 18

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame 2017: Martin Buser

Alaskans have strong showing at Boston Marathon

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