Two-foot high kick
The two-foot high kick (akratcheak) is a traditional Inuit jumping event that occurs at many Arctic sports competitions. In the two-foot high kick, athletes must jump using two feet, touch a hanging t...
Two-foot high kick - Wikipedia
Head pull
Head pull is an Inuit game where two people lay belly down on the ground, pull each other’s heads, and try to move the opponent across a line. The game is played with a loop placed around the competit...
Frozen walrus carcass
Igunaujannguaq, an Inuit word which translates to "Frozen Walrus Carcass", is a game which involves a person (the "frozen walrus carcass") in the centre of a ring of people trying to remain stiff as h...
Ear pull
The ear pull is a traditional Inuit game which tests the competitors' ability to endure pain. In the ear pull, two competitors sit facing each other, their legs straddled and interlocked. A two-foot-...
Ear pull - Wikipedia