Jelgava and Riga stride toward the future!
(RIGA, LATVIA) The first time women’s lacrosse was seen in Latvia was in 2008, in a small town called Druva.
(POZNAN, POLAND) A referee clinic was held in May over the course of two days in Poznan Poland and attended by 18 die hard lacrosse players. This included 1.5 days in the classroom followed by some on field work
(VIENNA, AUSTRIA) This year in conjunction with the Austrian Open Lacrosse Tournament in Vienna, FIL sent Women’s Officiating Committee Chair, Sandy Goldthorpe (USA)
Dateline – Bangkok, Thailand 2010. Passersby stop in wonder. What is going on at Arena 10 Indoor facility in the middle of downtown Bangkok? Strangely armored men
(COIMBRA, PORTUGAL) Portuguese lacrosse team, ACM Lacrosse, based in Coimbra, hosted Portugal’s first official lacrosse clinic February 13-14. 21 men and women came out
(GUATEMALA) Recently Rodrigo Pascual Bailon, who is the man responsible for sustaining lacrosse in Guatemala, drove seven hours from Guatemala City to Quetzal to run a clinic for 50 boys and girls in an impoverished rural area.