What are the North American Indigenous Games?
The North American Indigenous Games is a sporting event that is held every 4 years involving indigenous athletes from all over North America. Giving the youth an opportunity to compete in fifteen (15) different sports.
What are the age requirements?
13-19, check our website for dates of birth to qualify (under schedules & events / sports).
What is the overall vision for the North American Indigenous Games?
Our overall vision and goals for the Regina 2014 North American Indigenous Games, Is to promote a healthy and positive lifestyle within the indigenous communities all across North America. We will celebrate and share the North American Indigenous cultures through showcasing of traditions, languages, art, songs, dance & ceremonies.
In measurable terms, 2014 NAIG will bring:
Bring 6,000 athletes and coaches to Regina Saskatchewan.
Involve more than 3,000 host community volunteers.
200 Cultural and Entertainment performers.
Thousands of participant’s family and friends.
Who do we contact for any further resources/information regarding the games?
How do I learn about tryouts for the teams?
Check with your local tribal council or with the NAIG Council website: www.naigcouncil.com
Where can I find information on accommodations in Regina, Saskatchewan?
Camping opportunities for Regina 2014 NAIG: