All roads lead to Rome, they say, but in the European box lacrosse community, they lead to Radotín, a small suburb of Prague with the most beautiful box lacrosse ring in Europe. Matthias Lehna and Gustav Weber, the authors and travelers in this story, set out for the Frank Menschner Cup in Radotín. With their […]
The 2018 Ales Hrebesky Memorial. Too prefect to describe, so I can only say thank you to all of those involved in making it so great.
Justin was a complete foreigner to box lacrosse, let alone the Aleš Hřebeský Memorial. Once the world’s most unique lacrosse (and potentially sports overall) experience put it’s grips on the newbie, a life was changed over the course of four days.
Congratulations to Goldstar Tel Aviv, the champions of the Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament in Radotin, Czech Republic. Here’s how the whole event shook out, powered by MaxLax!
22 games make for a long day, but that’s the beauty of a 24-team, 4 day, 2 venue tournament in the Czech Republic. Get up to speed on everything through Day 3 at the Ales Hrebesky Memorial 2018 box lacrosse tournament.
Another 16 games are behind up and the playoffs are already in mid-form. Dive into Day 2 of the Ales Hrebesky Memorial Day 2, powered by MaxLax!
Day 1 of the Ales Hrebesky Memorial 2018 in Radotin is in the books. Our own LaxAllStars Non-Olympic Athletes from Everywhere kicked off this year’s event against Czech-based TJ Malešice, wrapping up with fellow newcomer from the US Jagged Mountain and Sweden’s Helen Gar.
Editor’s Note: We’re heading back to Prague! For the first time, LaxAllStars.com will have three of our members on the ground in Radotin for the Ales Hrebesky Memorial to give you the most in-depth coverage and behind the scenes views of the week. Thanks to the support of MaxLax, the world leader in box lacrosse […]
We stopped what we were doing to tune in live to the pool by pool draw in Radotin and now it’s time to start speculating on who got it easy, who got a tough one, and what’s the best path to the top. We’re under a month from the 2018 Ales Hrebesky Memorial.
The Ales Hrebesky Memorial expanded to 24 teams, from 21, in 2018 and now that the entire field is set. Let’s take a look at who’s returning, who’s new, and what we can expect to witness in April.
The weekend preceding the Ales Hrebesky Memorial, a much smaller and qualitative gathering of teams takes place in the same rink, and it’s known as EBox.
Watch our new show Unsettled Situation! First stop: a world famous Czech Republic lacrosse tournament.