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WFDF will focus on Mixed with TV deal.
Mar 12, 2017 by Charlie Eisenhood in News with 3 comments
Governing body claims it would be the most substantial world-class production of ultimate ever seen.
Feb 23, 2016 by Steve Sullivan in Livewire with 2 comments
WFDF held its annual meeting in Lecco right before the start of WUCC.
Aug 3, 2014 by Charlie Eisenhood in News with 3 comments
In an extra long edition of Deep Look, Charlie Eisenhood and the gang break down the first major club events. Later, an interview with WFDF President Robert "Nob" Rauch.
Jul 15, 2014 by Charlie Eisenhood in Podcast with 7 comments
NEW YORK — Beach ultimate will be included on the program at the World Beach Games, a new international competition being organized by SportAccord and…
Jun 27, 2014 by Charlie Eisenhood in News with 2 comments
USA Ultimate has been formally recognized by the US Olympic Committee. The recognition opens up many doors in the sports world and does lay the foundation for any possible inclusion in the Olympic Games in the future.
Jun 25, 2014 by Charlie Eisenhood in Featured, News with 4 comments
The World Flying Disc Federation — the official international organization recognized by the International Olympic Committee and the organizer of international ultimate events including this…
Mar 26, 2014 by Charlie Eisenhood in News with 27 comments
NEW YORK — With the emergence of two professional leagues, an ESPN broadcast deal, and ever-tighter regulations, it can often seem that ultimate is undergoing…
Sep 10, 2013 by Charlie Eisenhood in News with 19 comments
Events sanctioned by the World Flying Disc Federation will now require that at least 14 players per team pass a rules accreditation test, and at…
Apr 15, 2013 by Charlie Eisenhood in News with 4 comments
In the 1980s, Wham-O reigned supreme. But the current discussion over Innova and Discraft seems to assume that Discraft has always been the #1 -- and frankly only -- Ultimate disc. This historical perspective shows how today's discussion sounds a lot like the one in the early '90s.
Mar 18, 2013 by Charlie Eisenhood in Analysis, Featured, News with 12 comments