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5 Questions With…Mark Lloyd
5 Questions With Mark Lloyd

April should be my favourite month, but in reality it turned out so challenging that it will eventually become a long post. I need to put it into perspective first. I see how Ultimate Frisbee (or any other sport) is not only about the things you can and can’t do. It’s also a mental game. […]

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Harsh Lessons In Ultimate Frisbee: That September Resignation
Harsh Lessons In Ultimate Frisbee

For the 4th time in a row, I’ve switched that laid back September morning for a warm up on the still dew-covered grass. Instead of a warm coffee, I’m reaching out for a frisbee and make last-minute throwing practice. Instead of a Netflix show, I try to focus on the match that my team and I are supposed to play in just a bit.

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5 Questions With…Robert McLeod
5 Questions With...Robert McLeod

5 Questions With… interview series shows a players perspective on Ultimate Frisbee. This time Rob McLeod talks about his initiatives as a flying discs ambassador, training and building a strong team.

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5 Questions With…Mark Jacunski
5 questions with Mark Jacunski Ultimate Frisbee

On May Delphine said quite a bit about Ultimate Peace and about her coaching experience in her “5 Questions With…“. If you missed this one or the others – check them out! This month we’re going back to London. Such a magical place with an interesting Ultimate Frisbee scene! I’d like to introduce you to […]

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5 Questions With…Delphine Wartelle
Introverted Ultimate 5 Questions With Delphine Wartelle

In April’s “5 Questions With” you’ve had a chance to get to know a bit about Hildo Bijl, his coaching experience and thoughts about team building. If you’ve missed out on that one better catch up! This month I’d like to introduce you to Delphine Wartelle, who is one of those players with extraordinary determination. […]

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Hand Signals In Ultimate Frisbee

When the game starts it’s easy to lose yourself in it. All the surrounding sounds, people, and situations blur into a background noise. You’re hardly aware of some situations that take place when you focus on your defense or passing the disc to another player. Communication is an essential part of Ultimate Frisbee and in many […]

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7 Issues With The Spirit Of The Game
sotg issues

January the 5th marks the day when I went to my first Ultimate Frisbee training. I can safely say that it’s a New Years Resolution, which I’ve managed to fulfill! It’s my 3rd year with Ultimate and I’ve decided to reflect on a few things. One of them is the Spirit Of the Game. It’s […]

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Dragon Cup – An Ultimate Frisbee Dance With Dragons

The legend says that in a den under the Wawel Hill lived a dragon so terrible that everyone feared him. No one in Cracow knew when or how the dragon came to be. They knew only one thing – there was no way to defeat the scary beast. The days passed and the dragon made […]

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Ultimate Frisbee Championships 2017: The Game Of Errors

Ultimate Frisbee Championships mark the end of the outdoor season. A tournament, where 16 best teams from all over the country compete against each other for the title of the champion. That’s how we spent the weekend on 16th – 17th September. We could hardly wait to play. We had a plan. We knew we […]

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An Introvert’s Guide To Surviving The First Ultimate Frisbee Training
ultimate frisbee first training

The Internet claims that as an introvert you might need a survival kit, a party escape plan and so on. What happens when you decide to make a tiny change? Imagine the moment when you decide to leave the comfort of your couch, toss the video game controller or a book into a corner (gently!). What […]

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