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The World Eskimo-Indian Olympics was nostalgic for many who attended last week. The games were held at the Big Dipper Ice Arena in Fairbanks, which was a throwback to earlier years, and it was also the 60th anniversary of the event. The games played at WEIO are a test of the body and spirit, a way to teach the preparedness needed for survival in northern communities, according to the pamphlet handed out at the event.
Fans from around Alaska — and visitors from as far as Italy and India — cheered for the competitors as newly-acquired archival footage from the first WEIO in played in the background on a big screen.
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