WFDF World Records
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Players throw as far as they can from behind a line. The distance from the line to where the disc touches the ground is measured. Players get five attempts and the best one counts.
The intention is to have your disc stay in the air as long as possible and then catch it with one hand before it reaches the ground. The time that the disc remains in the air is measured. Players get five attempts and the best time counts.
The player throws, and then runs to catch the disc with one hand. The distance between the circle where the disc was thrown and where it was caught, is measured. Players get five attempts and the best one counts.
MTA and TRC are often combined into one event by having players throw five attempts of each discipline. The SCF score is derived by taking the TRC result in meters and adding it to the MTA time in seconds which is multiplied by a factor 5.5.
Therefore, a 40 m TRC and 7.3 second MTA would result in an SCF score of 40 + 7.3 × 5.5 = 80.15.
In this event, the goal is to throw as accurately as possible. Players throw from seven different positions, four discs are thrown toward a frame of 1.5 by 1.5 meter. The frame is positioned at a height of 1 meter above the ground. Each time the disc passes through the frame, it is a "hit".
Also, check out the recently compiled European Records.