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 on: August 06, 2012, 04:05:20 PM 
Started by gingdave - Last post by gingdave
I was watching this video from worlds....
How come these guys don't take pride in getting blocks without fouling?
Also, how's it possible to get any offensive flow if you're always being taken out in the process of catching the disc?
Is there any way of stopping these disruptive tactics or this just what being ultra professional's all about?

 on: August 06, 2012, 02:51:32 PM 
Started by serulin - Last post by Seppo
The offensive team retains possession.  No turnover.

 on: August 06, 2012, 12:28:30 PM 
Started by serulin - Last post by mrdeucie
The offense retains possession of the disc.

 on: August 05, 2012, 09:21:48 PM 
Started by serulin - Last post by serulin
before it hits the ground? Who gets it?

 on: July 20, 2012, 12:17:42 AM 
Started by Chris - Last post by Chris
Facebook Page      Old      New      Change      % Change
AUDL                  2,976        6,222        3,246       52%
USA Ultimate       22,276        28,037        5,761       21%
Ultimate Frisbee        247,216        313,507        66,291       21%
Indy AlleyCats       1,221        3,348        2,127       64%
Buffalo Hunters       754        1,278        524       41%
Philly Spinners       826        2,538        1,712       67%
CT Constitution        612        1,257        645       51%
Detroit Mechanix       739        1,917        1,178       61%
RI Rampage        410        1,013        603       60%
Columbus Cranes        867        1,644        777       47%
BG Revolution       303        993        690       69%
Total                 5,732        13,988        8,256       59%
Average        717        1,749        1,032       59%
ML Lacrosse       21,128        29,471        8,343       28%
US Lacrosse       46,216        56,640        10,424       18%
Lacrosse       535,438        716,602        181,164       25%
Denver Outlaws       8,427        10,971        2,544       23%
Boston Cannons       6,722        8,704        1,982       23%
LI Lizards               4,570        5,062        492       10%
Charlotte Hounds       3,475        5,267        1,792       34%
Chesapeake Bay       3,175        3,594        419       12%
Ohio Machine       2,419        3,819        1,400       37%
Roch Rattlers       1,271        1,600        329       21%
Total              30,059        39,017        8,958       23%
Average        4,294        5,574        1,280       23%

 on: July 17, 2012, 05:35:15 PM 
Started by scuba_steve - Last post by scuba_steve
This happened a week or so ago. My team mate was marking a right handed thrower, forcing forehand. This thrower seemed to be a little less experienced, so when they tried to break the mark, they pivoted and did a 180 away from the mark (so now they're looking over their right shoulder down the field) and straight into a backhand on the break side. The throw was wild and the throwers arm flung around and hit my team mate pretty hard in the right arm.

I know that if the mark is stationary then its a foul on the thrower. And if they're going for the same space its a foul on the marker. But my problem is that the thrower was out of control. Even if the mark was moving to block i feel there should be some rule against that?

By the way we called foul, they didn't like it, we replayed the point.... but still... is there a rule covering that?


 on: July 11, 2012, 05:03:54 PM 
Started by Seppo - Last post by Seppo
Some might call it home field advantage, but Japan is absolutely CRUSHING @ the WUGC 2012.  Every team (with the exception of GUTS) is undefeated through pool play.


That is bloody impressive!

So, we've known for a while now that Japan is great at Ultimate, but are they unstoppable??  Is Japan the Ultimate ULTIMATE nation???  Are gloves the future for all Ultimate players?

Buzz Bullets ... Death by a thousand paper cuts.

- Seppo #22

 on: July 11, 2012, 10:31:52 AM 
Started by ikabott - Last post by ikabott

I have to change my backpack soon and I am looking for a backpack that has some sort of net or frisbee () specific compartment (even if it wasn't build for that purpose). The bag has to replace the back I take EVERYWHERE (work, planes, day trips, ...) not only to tournaments. Any idea/suggestion?


 on: July 09, 2012, 03:04:34 PM 
Started by Derek M - Last post by Derek M
Me and my friends are computer programmers and we make games on the side. Would the AUDL be interested? Who can I email about this? If the AUDL isn't interested, would anyone want an ultimate disc videogame, even if it's not the audl?

 on: July 07, 2012, 07:21:01 PM 
Started by Seppo - Last post by Seppo
Does anyone have any good tips for playing Goaltimate?  I've scoured the Internets, but I've generally come up short with any real strategy discussions or posts.

I did find the following from Parinella's blog (http://parinella.blogspot.com/2007/09/goaltimate-strategy.html):

  • Get the disc to a power position just in front of the goal.
  • Position yourself on defense like you’re playing basketball, not ultimate.

And this on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goaltimate):

Offensive players stand to the fore of the scoring area and make streaking cuts behind the goal. Throwers attempt to either strike through the goal, or, when this is impossible, throw the disc to an open player in position before the goal. Defenders position themselves between the offensive players and the scoring area, and attempt to minimize throwing windows by remaining aware of where the disc is and where a scoring opportunity may ensue.

But that's about it.

Anyone got some tips and/or advice?


- Seppo #22

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