Lacrosse - an Olympic Demonstration Sport
Lacrosse has been an official Olympic sport twice, in 1904 and 1908, but it has also been a demonstration sport at the Olympic Games in 1928, 1932 and 1948. See more about Lacrosse as an official past Olympic sport, and they are trying to make it back on the Olympic Games program.
In 1928, a demonstration of lacrosse involved teams from Canada, Great Britain, and the USA. Each team ended the tournament with a record of 1 win and 1 loss.
In 1932, the demonstration of lacrosse competition involved teams from Canada and the USA. Each team played three games, with US winning 2-1.
In 1948, the lacrosse competition involved just two teams, Great Britain and the United States. They played just one match at Wembley Stadium, which ended in a 5-5 draw.
- Lacrosse as an Olympic medal sport
- Lacrosse to make an Olympic comeback?
- Demonstration Sports at the Olympic Games of 1928
- Hurling at the 1904 Olympics
- See the full list of discontinued Olympic Sports
- More about the Sport of Lacrosse
- About Sport in Canada
- Alphabetical list of demonstration sports