World Ultimate Club Championships for 2010 announced
12 August 2008The 2010 Ultimate Club Championships will be held in Prague Czech Republic.
Prague, Czech Republic to host the WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships 2010.
Prague, Czech Republic / August 11th, 2008 / - The World Flying Disc Federation announced today that Prague, Czech Republic has been
selected to host the WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships from July 3rd - July 10th (optional 10th - 18th). The location of the event will
be at the Stahov and Slavia areas of Prague. Over 100 teams representing 30 nations will gather to compete for the world title.
The event will be organized by the Czech Flying Disc Association. They have previously organized the European Ultimate Club Championships
in 2001. The WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships were last held in Perth Australia in 2006. Prague is one of the most beautiful and historic
cities in Europe.
Ultimate is a flying disc team sport played on a grass field with end zones. Teams advance the disc with aerodynamic throws, with one point scored
for each catch in the end zone. In games to 17, the athletes must possess an incredible combination of endurance, speed, agility, technique and teamwork
combined with a strong commitment to fair play in top competition without referees. This timely variation on sport reflects the importance of self-restraint.
The athletes must arbitrate their own calls in the heat of competition using a refined system of rules. Invented in 1968, organized competition now takes
place on six continents.
The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) is the international governing body for flying disc sports including ultimate, freestyle, guts, and many field
events. The rise of these sports parallels the invention of plastic. WFDF is an established member of the General Alliance of International Sports Federations
(GIASF), the International World Games Association (GAISF) and the International Council for Sport Science and Physical Education.
WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships 2010
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