jim palmeri

2011 Year in Review

2011 was a huge year for me – I was flown to Mexico in June to coach Malaki UFC, I competed in the WFDF World Overall Flying Disc Championships in July in Fort Collins, Colorado, I competed in the Skyhoundz World Canine Disc Championships in September in Chattanooga, Tennessee and I was flown to Beijing, China in December to attempt a Guinness World Record. I’m excited for what 2012 has in store and I give you a preview in this video.

Also, I’m running my first ever contest. To get all the details on how to enter, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qD2gI-gqO4U&t=23m33s

The Evolution of Disc Sports

Prior to 1968 there was no cohesive unified “Frisbee’ culture, and really no discs sports per se.  Regionally isolated pockets of Frisbee activity existed all over the country ranging from casual tossing and catching to relatively organized and structured games and contests.  But none of these occurrences of Frisbee activity knew about the existence of each other.