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!
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The FIL 2014 World Lacrosse Championships are rapidly approaching! 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!
We’re not entirely sure what is going on in this photo from Mexico, but we do know that it is our Photo of the Week! Showing off great lacrosse photos, it’s what the PotW does!
Dave “Big Cat” Palacios is back on LAS with a last minute chance to play lacrosse this February. It’s a first time event in a first time locale: Mexico City! Growing The Game in a major way…
It’s been far too long since we did a lacrosse drop. We find the stories you don’t see anywhere else and post them all in one place strictly for immediate pleasure. Gear, international lacrosse, and so much more!
LAS reader, Patrick Verdun, spent a week down in Mexico at a camp for children from orphanages all over Mexico. He brought a couple of lacrosse sticks with him just to see what would happen. This was the first time these kids have ever seen lacrosse. Very cool!
The entire LAS crew has been all over the US (and Canada!) this Summer getting in as much lax action as possible. But it’s time to start thinking about our next Grow The Game trip and we want your help! Have a great idea of where we could go to play and grow lacrosse? Let us know in the comments!
Ah, the Photo of the Week. A lacrosse photo at its finest. Submit yours to email@example.com for your chance to win laxy shades from Man-Bro Bro-Man Sunglasses!
While lacrosse might not be the first thing many of us think of when someone mentions Mexico, Iliad Rodriguez is trying to change that. The coach of the young Mexican national team has been working hard attempting to organize a legitimate ILF World Games contender.