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Top Photos: Orange Group — 2018 World Games

The 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships was monumental in many ways, and our coverage, including our top photos from the games, gave you a dynamic window to the action. It was the first time the games had been hosted in a non-English speaking country. Ever. It was also the best participation at a world games with 46 countries participating.

LaxAllStars was there to bring you all of the sights and sounds of the games. Over the next few weeks, we will be reliving the top moments and memories from world championships. Follow along as we bring you exclusive interviews, images, highlight videos and more.

We’d like to thank our friends at SISU Mouthguards for their support of our coverage at the world games. Be sure to check out their site and consider buying one of their products.

Today, we are bringing you images from the Orange Group. Its members included Sweden, Argentina and Hungary. For bonus content, here’s what we knew about the Orange Group heading into the games last July. Check out our daily recaps for scores and analysis from as well.

LaxAllStars had a talented and dedicated staff in Israel, with photographers such as Katie and Ryan Conwell and writers like Justin Meyer. Now, sit back, relax and take in our favorite images from the Orange Group at the world games.

Top Photos: Orange Group

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But wait! There’s more…

Be sure to check out all things 2018 FIL World Championships on our website and YouTube channel.

Also, for a great piece of bonus content, check out Connor Wilson’s write-up on the top new teams representing their countries at the 2018 World Games in Netanya, Israel. Teams that were new to the world games included Puerto Rico, who finished eighth at the tournament. Click here to read the full article.