- Lacrosse was a demonstration sport at the Olympics in 1928 in Amsterdam. The New Westminster Field Lacrosse Club represented Canada with the result being a three-way, one win-one loss tie with each of the three competing teams having scored 12 goals. The U.S. suggested a three-way playoff to decide a single victor; Canada agreed but England refused. The Olympic committee then declared all three teams gold medal winners.
- from Down Memory Lane Article - 1928 Olympic Gold by Stan Shillington available on the BCLA web site here
- Profile on Ab Brown, member of the New Westminster Salmonbellies
- The Salmonbellies Olympic Team toured Holland, France, Germany, Belgium, England, Scotland and the Eastern United States