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.
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.
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.
Over the years, there have been numerous instructional videos produced – some good and some bad. On Facebook a few days ago, I shared a post that said “just because you are a good player does not mean you can teach“. I was referring to a few people because I think there is a real issue and a real concern with people who teach others to throw the wrong way. Learning to throw the wrong way is inefficient and can cause injuries if that player practices a lot throwing the wrong way.
Malissa Lundgren, one of the captains of the Capitals, the women’s ultimate team from Ontario Canada, talks about her top highlights.
Malissa has played in the finals of the World Championships of Beach Ultimate, the Canadian Ultimate Championships, the USA Ultimate Championships and the World Ultimate and Guts Championships.
She is one of the top female ultimate players in the world and was named Ultimate Canada’s 2011 Female Athlete of the Year.
Malissa Lundgren, Ultimate Canada’s 2011 Female Athlete of the Year, discusses how the Capitals were more successful after changing their team strategy following their 2009 semi final loss in the UPA Championships to Brute Squad. In 2010, they would go on to make the finals where the lost to the powerhouse women’s team, Fury.