The FIL 2014 World Lacrosse Championships are only a Spring season away, and we’re all extremely excited. National teams around the world are preparing to make the trip to Colorado for two weeks (or more in some cases) in July, and that means a lot of training camps, scrimmages, and quite a bit of fundraising!
For more on Denver 2014, check out our dedicated section, brought to you by Brine Lacrosse! Make sure you read Update #1, Update #2, Update #3, Update #4, and Update #5! ALL of these posts are filled with lots of interesting info!
Australia In Japan Highlights
The Aussies took a trip to Japan and some video highlights have finally started to emerge! Australia was pretty dominant in their matches, but the Japanese sides played a variety of potential team members, and rumor has it that they kept their cards pretty close to the chest! This is bound to happen when two Blue Division teams scrimmage one another. No one wants to give too much away!
I love how the video specifically tells us that the song choice was the coaches’.
German Player Fundraiser
This German Player might be the youngest (he is at least one of the youngest at 17) player in the FIL Games. He has raised a good chunk of the money required to make the trip, but still needs your help. Consider giving to help make Lukas Tophoven‘s dream come true!
Help France get to the World Championships! They have FOUR options for how you can get involved and help. Choose one (or two, or three, or all four) and help this trip be as successful as possible for the French!
Warrior Gear Mock Ups for Thailand
Three sets of gloves? Wow. I am liking the gold! Excited to be out in Denver this Summer as their General Manager. Being asked to help to bring a first time participant to the World Championships is nothing short of a huge honor. Thanks to the TLA for the opportunity!
Mexico Lacrosse Fundraiser
Mexico is selling Under Armour gear to raise money. Check out what you can pick up to help support the team’s journey to Denver in July.
Throwback THursday from MDNT
The Men’s Dutch National Team has a short, but illustrious history. Here is a little TBT action from 2008: