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GIVE & GO GARY GAIT The lacrosse legend’s handiwork


only started with Air Gait INTERVIEW BY MEGAN SCHNEIDER


What’s the most played song on your favorite playlist? My No. 1 song is “Crossroads” by my son, Braedon Gait. I listen to it every workout. Go to his bio on Instagram (@braedongait) to listen for yourself.


Who’s your favorite athlete? My twin brother, Paul, because he could do so many things that I couldn’t. He also was a gamer — his best always came out when it counted most.


What’s one thing you can’t live without? Gummy bears. When your mouth gets dry from coaching up the players and critiquing the offi cials, a couple gummy bears can make it all good.


What’s one thing lacrosse really needs? Lacrosse needs former college players to become offi cials. Check out the IWLCA and US Lacrosse offi cials academies for graduating players.


If you could meet anyone, dead or alive, who would it be? Larry Bird. Basketball was my favorite high school


sport, and Larry and the Celtics were in their prime. What is your favorite hobby?


I love designing and making things, [like] the chandelier I made for the Syracuse women’s lacrosse locker room.


What did you want to be when you grew up? A mechanic. I loved restoring old cars in high school, the high school version of “Fast N’ Loud.”


If you could marry a celebrity, who would it be? I did marry my favorite celebrity, my wife, Nicole. She worked and danced in Los Angeles. She was in classic videos such as “In the Rhythm of The Night” by Debarge and was an instructor for a Canadian TV fi tness show.


OVERTIME FROM DENVER COACH LIZA KELLY How do you give back to the game?


I love to teach young players the game of lacrosse. I have been able to give clinics and spread the game every where I have traveled. I’m also director of the Canadian women’s team competing this summer in England and the U19 women’s gold medal team.


DOUBLE OVERTIME FROM INSTAGRAM USER @SHEEHANBURCH: What is your most memorable game as a player or coach? [As a coach] at Syracuse, it would be the two come-from- behind wins in the 2012 playoffs against UNC and Florida.


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Ask questions on Instagram @usLacrosseMag


64 US LACROSSE MAGAZINE USlacrosse.org What should be the next major rule change in the


©GREG WALL


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