From Russia, With Lacrosse Love
The October issue of Lacrosse Magazine features a story titled "The Olympic Dream," which talks about how the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) now has 43 member nations on six continents. Russia is one of those countries, where for the last two years exhibition games have been played between clubs from Moscow and St. Petersburg, the country's two main cities.
David Diamonon, an expatriate from Texas, founded the Moscow Lacrosse Club in 2007 after moving to Russia to work for Chicago-based Amsted Rail. RT, an English-language Russian news channel, recently caught up with him and others during a recent game in Moscow.
(Aside from the fact that there is footage of people playing lacrosse in Russia, my favorite part of this is the newscaster saying "Great goal," at the end of the story.)