In the 2000 Canadian Ultimate Championship finals, Furious George defeated Calgary Invictus in perhaps the most lopsided championship game ever, with Furious winning 19-1.
In a decisive victory, Furious George defeats Ring of Fire in the 2002 UPA Club Open Ultimate Championship Finals.
Considered by many as the greatest ultimate game of all time, Furious George took on DoG (Death or Glory) in the semi-finals of the 2002 […]
Michael Lawler analyzes the play of the game from the NexGen / Furious game, which you can watch here: http://vimeo.com/26233695.
Thomas Kuhn, a member of the 2008 World Champion Canadian Open team, was recently selected to be a member of the Open Team which will […]
Thomas Kuhn, an ultimate frisbee player living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, won World’s in 2008 with the Team Canada Open team. He was recently selected […]
So my last post was about how to approach games where your team significantly outmatches your opponent. But the more interesting question is what to do […]
Faking is an art and, whilst it looks easy, making good fakes requires subtlety, disguise and deception. The movements a player makes whilst faking should […]
One of the best drills I’ve done is called the 3 Man Drill. Basically, it involves one throw, one marker, one catcher and one disc. […]
Stacked (the DVD) was an ultimate frisbee dvd released in 2003 by Bodhisattva Films. The highlight reel featured 3 members of Furious George in the […]