Lightnin’ Lyle Jensen’s love affair with flying discs began in the summer of 1957 and by the spring of ’75 he and a handful of friends founded the Minnesota Frisbee Association. Over the next 35 years, Lightnin’ became a prominent… Read More »For the Love of the Game – a Conversation with Lightnin’ Lyle Jensen
Ultimate Frisbee is going global, and deservedly so. It is a fun, free-flowing sport, one that can be played with just a Frisbee, a few friends, and some open space. Proof of Ultimate’s growing worldwide popularity is that it has… Read More »Ultimate Malaysia: A Look at the Sport on the Other Side of the World
The 2nd Edition of the College Women’s Ultimate Resources Manual is now available to you for FREE!Read More »College Women’s Ultimate Resources Manual 2nd Edition
Video games have been a part of our daily lives for quite some time. The first ever video game was created in 1958 by William Higinbotham and then was popularized by Pong in the 70s. Since then we have seen… Read More »Ultimate Is on the Rise, but so Are Esports
For the first time ever, you can watch Guts Frisbee on ESPN3!
WHEN: Sunday, September 2nd @ 4pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)
You can watch this event using the Watch ESPN app, or the ESPN3 channel on your cable subscription, Roku or apple TV OTT box.Read More »Guts World Championship to be Broadcast on ESPN3
The Cardenas sisters lead Colombia to an upset over Canada in an intense pool play game at the 2018 WFDF World Junior Ultimate Championships in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
Cormac FInn O’Brien, a frisbee player from Ireland, is the first athlete to compete at the WFDF World Overall Championships with a disability. Cormac has autism and dyspraxia.Read More »Frisbee is About Participation and Inclusion
Kathryn Smith, a member of Friskee, and the Asian-Oceanic All Stars Team, spent a month in the USA competing at the 2018 WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships, and competing with the AO All Stars against some of the top women’s club teams.Read More »Interview with Australian Ultimate Player Kathryn Smith
Lillian Weaver, a member of Revolution Ultimate from Medellín, Colombia, and a silver medalist at the 2018 World Ultimate Club Championships, shares her experience of playing with one of the top clubs and in one of the top Ultimate nations in the world.Read More »Interview with Silver Medalist Lillian Weaver from Revolution Ultimate
This trick shot video was filmed in Ra’anana Park, Israel featuring Yarden, Semo, and Avner on behalf of Fresh Ultimate. Ra’anana Park is a beautiful park with lots of open grassy spaces, climbing structures, a train that brings guests all throughout the park, and multiple courts for sports such as basketball, soccer, hockey, and skateboarding.Read More »Ra’anana Park Frisbee Trick Shot Video – Israel
When throwing on the green or when warming up make sure to catch “both ways.” Alternate catching with your right hand versus your left hand on top of the pancake. For good throws, this doesn’t make much of a difference, but if an errant throw is to the right of your body, it will be easier to catch left on top, and the same goes for the other side, but switched. The more comfortable you are catching both ways, the more natural it will be for you to catch with the correct orientation. I guarantee your drops will go down if you work on this.Read More »Catch Both Ways #zipstips
After a full day of running frisbee workshops, Itay and I filmed this trick shot video at a playground next to our last school of the day.Read More »Israeli Playground Frisbee Trick Shot Video
Rob McLeod, a resident of Calgary, will travel to Beijing, China from November 30 to December 4, 2011 to set a Guinness World Record in the sport of frisbee on China Central Televison (CCTV). “Ever since I was a kid… Read More »Canadian to Set Frisbee World Record in China
Robert McLeod, an ultimate frisbee player and coach from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, will be travelling to Fort Collins, Colorado on July 18 to compete in the 2011 WFDF World Flying Disc Championships. McLeod, who has been throwing frisbees for 11… Read More »Rob McLeod to Compete at Worlds