World Flying Disc Federation

WFDF updates World Ultimate Rankings

05 August 2019

Update follows WFDF 2019 European Beach Ultimate Championships in association with BULA, WFDF 2019 Asia Oceanic Beach Ultimate Championships in association with BULA, WFDF 2019 All African Ultimate Championships, WFDF 2019 World Under 24 Ultimate Championships & WFDF 2019 Asia Oceanic Ultimate & Guts Championships.

The World Flying Disc Federation today released the

updated World Ultimate Rankings.

These country rankings are based on the finishing positions of teams at the most recent WFDF World and Continental Ultimate events:

●      Asia Oceanic Ultimate & Guts Championships (AOUGC) 2019

●      World Under 24 Ultimate Championships (WU24) 2019

●      All Africa Ultimate Championships (AAUC) 2019

●      Asia Oceanic Beach Ultimate Championships (AOBUC) 2019

●      European Beach Ultimate Championships (EBUC) 2019

●      World Ultimate Club Championships (WUCC) 2018

●      World Junior Ultimate Championships (WJUC) 2018

●      World Master Ultimate Club Championships (WMUCC) 2018

●      World Championship of Beach Ultimate (WCBU) 2017

●      World Great Grandmasters Beach Ultimate Championships (WGGMBUC) 2017

●      World Ultimate and Guts Championships (WUGC) 2016

Read more: WFDF updates World Ultimate Rankings

 

WFDF Women in Sport Workshop hosted at AOUGC 2019

05 August 2019

The WFDF Women in Sport Commission held its first ever regional workshop at the Asian-Oceanic Ultimate and Guts Championship (AOUGC 2019) in Shanghai on July 25.

The event was well attended with 50 attendees from 13 regional countries, with men making up a third of the group.

Please read the full Press release here.

 

WFDF approves of the Bulgarian Flying Disc Federation (BFDF) as its 85th national member

31 July 2019

The World Flying Disc Federation (“WFDF”) is pleased to announce that its Congress has approved the Flying Disc Federation of Bulgaria (BFDF) as its newest Member association, increasing WFDF’s membership to 85 national member associations.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome BFDF to the WFDF Flying Disc family as the national association from Bulgaria,” commented WFDF President Robert “Nob” Rauch. “Expanding our membership in Eastern Europe demonstrates the growth of Flying Disc sports in that region. The WFDF Development program has targeted several additional countries in the Balkans and we are looking forward to adding other candidates for membership soon.”

Read more: WFDF approves of the Bulgarian Flying Disc Federation (BFDF) as its 85th national member

   

The WFDF 2019 Asia Oceanic Ultimate & Guts Championships start in Shanghai

24 July 2019

The first games of the WFDF 2019 Asia Oceanic Ultimate and Guts Championships (AOUGC) started in Shanghai on Tuesday, 23 July 2019. Running through Saturday 27 July, this five day event is being held at Shanghai Community Sports Club in Shanghai Gaohang Sunland, People’s Republic of China.

Over 525 athletes from 11 countries will compete for the gold medal for the Asian Oceanic Ultimate Championship across three divisions.  There will be 7 Men’s, 7 Women’s, and 11 Mixed gender teams competing, from Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Thailand, and Chinese Taipei. There will also be 30 athletes from Japan, Chinese Taipei, and the USA competing in the WFDF 2019 Asia Guts Open (AGO), with the victor between Japan and Chinese Taipei also being crowned the Asian Oceanic Guts Champion.

Read more: The WFDF 2019 Asia Oceanic Ultimate & Guts Championships start in Shanghai

 

USA Claims Gold in both the Open and Women’s Divisions at the 2019 WFDF World Overall Flying Disc Championships

24 July 2019

After six days of competition in Richmond, Virginia, the 2019 WFDF World Overall Flying Disc Championships concluded with the crowning of a new champion in the Open division, and a repeat champion in the Women’s division.

The USA finished atop the medal count with 38 medals (19 gold, 11 silver, and 11 bronze), while Chinese Taipei finished second with 27 (6 gold, 11 silver, and 10 bronze), and Sweden finished third with 19 (9 gold, 4 silver, and 6 bronze).

Sam Kaye from Virginia, USA won his first ever World Overall title and Juliana Korver from California, USA won her fourth straight World Overall title. In the Juniors division, En-hsuan Chang from Chinese Taipei and Ellie Cymrot from the USA won their first ever World Overall titles in Open and Women’s, respectively.

Read more: USA Claims Gold in both the Open and Women’s Divisions at the 2019 WFDF World Overall Flying Disc Championships

   

Page 5 of 10

LegalsLoginSitemapData Protection DeclarationFAQ on the GDPR