World Flying Disc Federation

Canada Claims Gold at the Second WFDF 2017 World Team Disc Golf Championships

10 September 2017

Team Canada squeaked by Finland by a single point in the final round of the second WFDF World Team Disc Golf Championships (WTDGC). The championship, featuring some of the world’s best disc golfers from ten countries, was held 23-26 August 2017 at the Classic Course at the University of Essex in Colchester, UK. Team New Zealand won the bronze medal after defeating Team Estonia, also winning by one point. The full tournament report can be found here.

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WFDF Seeks a Director of Communications and Global Media

02 August 2017

WFDF seeking interested candidates for the position of Director of Communications and Global Media.  The Director would assist the executive staff and officers in writing press releases, identifying content and managing WFDF’s Facebook and Twitter pages, managing WFDF’s youtube and/or other video presence, and ensuring that WFDF takes advantage of the evolving opportunities in social media in order to better communicate with all of WFDF’s stakeholders and audience.  This is a volunteer (unpaid) position but this will be a high impact role in raising the visibility of flying disc sports globally within the disc community and the general population.

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World Games Wroclaw 2017: Day 3 Games report - Ultimate event

25 July 2017

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The final day of Flying Disc – Ultimate at The World Games 2017 would see three medals being awarded and lots of great plays. In the first game of the day, Australia took on Colombia in a game that had no impact on top four spots but was a great warmup for both teams as they prepared for the bronze and gold medal games respectively. In the first half, Australia came out firing and took half 7-2. Colombia came alive in the second half and played ultimate like we’ve been used to seeing them the last few days. They came up short though, with the Aussies winning 13-10 in the end.

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World Games Wroclaw 2017: Day 2 Games report - Ultimate event

23 July 2017

The second day of competition at The World Games 2017 determined who would end up in the gold medal game and would also solidify Poland’s ranking as the 6th seed.

In the first game of the day, Japan picked up their first win of the championship when they defeated Poland 13-8. Although Japan only took half by 1, they pulled away in the second half for a comfortable five point victory.

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World Games Wroclaw 2017: Day 1 Games report - Ultimate event

22 July 2017

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The first day of flying disc at The World Games saw 6 games take place with one big upset. The first game of the day saw Canada easily defeat host Poland by a score of 13-3. In the second game, Japan took on Australia which proved to be a battle until the end. Both teams traded points back and forth until the end where Australia was able to score a few late goals and come away with the 13-11 win. The third game pitted USA vs Colombia and proved to live up to the hype.

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