World Flying Disc Federation

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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Official statement by WFDF regarding its Director of Global Communications and New Media

22 July 2017

In light of recent posts and exchanges made on his personal twitter account by WFDF’s Director of Global Communications and New Media, Rob McLeod, on gender issues, the World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) would like to clarify our position on the topic and the personal comments that were made.

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WFDF Releases Team Rosters for The World Games

19 July 2017

The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) has released the team rosters of athletes who will represent their countries in the Flying Disc competition during The World Games in Wroclaw, Poland. The Ultimate Championship will be a three-day event running from Friday to Sunday 21-23 July 2017, and will feature the top national teams in Ultimate:  Australia, Canada, Colombia, Japan, USA, and host country Poland.  The featured format is mixed gender, with a 14 person roster – 7 men and 7 women.

“I am really looking forward to this edition of The World Games, the fifth for Flying Disc out of the ten which have been held,” said Robert “Nob” Rauch, WFDF President.  “We have the best athletes in our sport coming to Wroclaw and are excited to showcase our sport across the globe over the Olympic Channel and live to all the local spectators.”

Please read the full Press Release including rosters here.

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Olympic Channel to Broadcast Flying Disc at the World Games

18 July 2017

The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) is excited to announce that Flying Disc will be featured on the global Olympic Channel during The World Games in Wroclaw, Poland. The Flying Disc (Ultimate) Championship will be a three-day event running from Friday to Sunday 21-23 July 2017, and will feature the top national teams in Ultimate:  Australia, Canada, Colombia, Japan, USA, and host country Poland.  

The Olympic Channel will be provide coverage the competition, including the bronze and gold medal games, as part of their 24/7 online channel dedicated to The World Games that can be viewed on the Olympic Channel global digital platform at olympicchannel.com and its mobile apps. Tom Styles will serve as the lead commentator for the Ultimate games.

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