Next week we’ll get back to answering Reader Questions, but this week we’re focusing on the 20th Annual Ales Hrebesky Memorial, where we found a TON of leather and lace. It was a beautiful sight to take in!
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It’s finally here, the long awaited LaxAllStars video from the 2013 Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament in Radotin, a small village on the outskirts of Prague, Czech Republic. 13 countries, 20 teams, five days, and more awesomeness than any one person can handle!
Make sure you check out the Ales Hrebesky Memorial posts for a lot more coverage from Prague. The box lacrosse was wonderful, the atmosphere was electric, and the photos came out great. If you weren’t there in person, you missed out! For more photos, check out our Facebook page where we have a whole lot more to take in.
By now I am sure you all know that LCC Radotin defeated the Boston Megamen (my team) in the finals to win the 20th annual AH Memorial tournament. My journey on a team to the finals gave me many interesting perspectives that I wasn’t fully prepared to understand at first. The trek was a proverbial roller coaster […]
We’ve covered the 2013 Ales Hrebesky Memorial quite nicely this week, with up to date posts featuring First Photos, the Quarterfinals, the All-Star Game (with photos), as well as LCC Radotin’s triumph in the finals. This coming week, we’ll be back with some great highlights, and tons of photos. For now, it’s time to talk about the overall tournament, and how 2013 was certainly a year for the record books.
The 20th Ales Hrebesky Memorial (AHM) international lacrosse tournament is in the books and the host LCC Radotin reign supreme.
Another eventful day of box lacrosse from Prague is in the books. Lets take a look at what transpired and see how my predictions panned out.
One of the many annual highlights of the Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament, going on RIGHT NOW in the Czech Republic, is the All-Star game. Players from each of the non-Czech teams are selected to represent the tourney All-Star team, and they play the Czech national team, which is obviously comprised of players from the Czech club teams.
Hello again LAS readers! I apologize for the infrequent updates regarding the AH Memorial here in Prague. I’ve encountered some unfortunate technological problems, but I’ve managed to persevere enough to bring you another update.
The 20th annual Ales Hrebesky has kicked off with a fervor in Radotin, Czech Republic. With 13 countries represented by different teams and even more countries represented by national players, the AHM is experiencing its biggest, and by the looks of things so far, its best tournament ever.
Alex Scriffiano will be assisting me this week in covering the Ales Hrebesky Memorial, and for his first dispatch from Prague, he hits all the required details. See how the 20th anniversary tournament is shaping up already. I (Connor) leave tonight, arriving tomorrow.
The 2013 Ales Hrebesky Memorial kicks off in only 10 days, and this 20th Anniversary video is nothing short of pure magic.
What is it about certain lacrosse tournaments that make them so special? The Hot Pot finds it comes down to one thing…