This site was created to educate Ultimate players about common injuries and medical issues that stem from playing our incredible sport. Inside IT, you'll find papers written by health care professionals for Ultimate players on all sorts of topics, from prevention of common injuries to ankle wrapping to how to build a first aid kit for yourself or your team.
Local background story of a Seattle youth team playing exhibition at Worlds.
lets you organize events and practice attendance through email
Sex advice columnist prints a letter from a purported co-ed Ultimate player looking to 'play' with the rest of the team. (The letter in question is the last letter of the column)
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From the OpenUltimate FAQ:
Created in the Fall of '07, this short (16 question ~10 minute) quiz covers some of the finer points of the 11th Edition of the UPA Rules. Good resource for rec leaguers and elite players alike.
Ultipedia is a community based wiki to capture community knowledge about Ultimate strategies, skills, culture and history. Definitely worth checking out !
Instead of singing songs or chanting haikus after a game, some teams may play silly or raunchy games to commemorate the fun that they enjoyed with their opponents.
Talks about the different trajectories, grips, throws, and several types of releases you may want to try on your pulls.
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