World Flying Disc Federation

WFDF Seeks IT Administrator/Consultant

22 October 2019

WFDF is looking to appoint an IT Administrator/Consultant to oversee all technology operations and the implementation of new IT systems and policies, as well as supporting WFDF personnel in their day to day technology needs. The ideal candidate will be experienced in creating and implementing IT policies, hardware and software systems, and services that will meet objectives. They would also be able to provide support to WFDF personnel within an agreed service time frame.

The role is to be structured as a part-time consultancy, and applicants can either be individuals or IT firms servicing similar types of clients.  The IT Administrator/Consultant would report to the Executive Committee and be given direction by the IT Committee. Applications should be sent to Igor Jankovic at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by no later than Friday, November 1, 2019.

Please find the complete job description here.

 

WFDF releases updated Disc Golf World Rankings

08 October 2019

Finland tops ranking after dominant performance at the WFDF 2019 World Team Disc Golf Championships

The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF), in cooperation with the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA), is releasing the third edition of its world rankings for Disc Golf by country. Finland has earned the position as the top ranked country in the world after a dominating performance at the 2019 World Team Disc Golf Championships (WTDGC), knocking the USA out of the top spot. The USA dropped to fifth place after a disappointing performance at the event. Canada is currently second followed by Estonia and New Zealand.

Read more: WFDF releases updated Disc Golf World Rankings

 

USA's Kahle and O'Neill win gold at Flying Disc Freestyle competition at the inaugural World Urban Games

15 September 2019

The Flying Disc Freestyle event of the GAISF World Urban Games (WUG) concluded late Saturday afternoon, 14th September, with the American pair of Emma Kahle and Daniel O'Neill taking the gold medal, besting the first-seeded team of Juliana Korver and Ryan Young of the USA by 1.40 points. Maxine Mittempergher and Edo Turri of Italy won the bronze medal. The inaugural WUG, held 13-15 September in Budapest, included Flying Disc Freestyle as one of six competition sports that were featured, with the others being 3x3 Basketball, BMX freestyle, Breaking, Roller freestyle, and Parkour. The Games took place at the Nagyvásártelep (Market Hall) in the south of Budapest, just 15 minutes from the city center.

 

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WFDF Announces Freestyle Results from the Preliminary Round at World Urban Games

14 September 2019

The first day of competition for Flying Disc Freestyle at the World Urban Games featured all 12 teams competing in two pools of six teams to determine who would advance onto the second round. With only the top four teams advancing from each pool, one drop could cost a team enough points to drop them into the bottom two and end their dream of a gold medal.

Although there were a few minor shuffles among the top four seeded teams in each pool, the team from Poland ended up seed-busting up two places, which knocked the Canadian team just under the cut line. This secured their spot in the second round on Saturday morning.

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WFDF ready for the World Urban Games

13 September 2019

The World Flying Disc Federation and its athletes and officials are ready to commence the Flying Disc Freestyle competition at the inaugural World Urban Games (WUG), being held 13-15 September in Budapest. Freestyle Flying Disc is one of six competition sports to be featured, with the others being 3x3 Basketball, BMX freestyle, Breaking, Roller freestyle, and Parkour. The Games will take place at the Nagyvásártelep (Market Hall) in the south of Budapest, just 15 minutes from the city center. The whole area, originally built in the 1930s, is being regenerated specifically for the WUG.

With 24 athletes from nine countries in the competition, the Flying Disc discipline of Freestyle combines aspects of gymnastics and dance with the basic game of throw and catch, and it is one of the most artistic and technically-challenging disciplines in Flying Disc sport. Mixed gender teams of two athletes will perform choreographed routines consisting of throws and catches of varying degrees of difficulty, and moves such as air brushes, nail delays, and triple-spinning catches. Routines will be for three minutes in length and are evaluated by judges who base their scores on the difficulty, artistic impression, and execution of the routine. The team with the highest score wins (70 is a perfect score).

Much of the action will be broadcast live on the Olympic Channel at http://www.olympicchannel.com. The schedule is as follows (all times UTC+2, or CET time):

  • Prelims: Sept. 13 — 14:45-17:15
  • Semi-finals: Sept. 14 —10:45-12:00
  • Finals: Sept. 14 — 16:00-16:45
  • Awards: Sept. 14 — 16:45-7:00

Read more: WFDF ready for the World Urban Games

   

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