Hull, a Native Games icon from Fairbanks, pushed the women’s kicking records to new heights during her prime. Among her jaw-dropping efforts came at the 1989 World Eskimo-Indian Olympics, where she set a world record by hitting 7 feet in the tradition one-foot kick — a mark that has been equaled twice but never surpassed. In three decades of competition, Hull collected more than 100 medals. Among her honors are the 1989 Denali Award as Alaska’s Sportsperson of the Year and an Outstanding Contributor Award from WEIO.