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Indoor lacrosse

Indoor lacrosse is a version of lacrosse played in ice hockey arenas. It is less violent than the other indoor version of the game, box lacrosse. The first World Indoor Lacrosse Championships were held in 2003. The competitors were national teams of Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, the Iroquois Nation, Scotland, and the United States. Canada defeated the Iroquois Nation in the final by a score of 21-4.

For more information about indoor and box lacrosse, see lacrosse. For information about professional North American indoor lacrosse leagues, see National Lacrosse League and Major Indoor Lacrosse League.

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