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Ultimate Frisbee

Please bring a white and dark colour shirt.

We will split off into 2 teams and play till we drop!

5 Simple Ultimate FRIZ* Rules

Here are basic rules for the game.
Everyone must know: Ultimate is a non-contact sport.

The Field: Rectangular field of varying lengths/widths depending on how many people are playing (though the 'real' rules have the field at a specific length and width).

Starting Play: Each team lines up on their own end zone line at the beginning of a point. Once both teams have indicated that they are ready to start, the defense throws the frisbee to the other team.

Scoring: Throw the frisbee to a teammate who is already in the other team's end zone. Play is then restarted at the team's respective end zones.

Frisbee Movement: The player with the frisbee cannot move around the field, except for the use of a pivot foot. The disc can only be moved elsewhere on the field through a pass to a teammate, and must be done within ten seconds. The defender guarding the person with the frisbee does the counting ("10, 9, 8, ..").

Change of Possession: If a pass goes out of bounds, is dropped, blocked, or intercepted (caught by the other team) it is considered a turnover. The defense immediately becomes the offense and can take the frisbee.

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  • Rachel L.

    It was fun.. but I got a black eye~

    October 19, 2013

  • Chris W.

    I took somebody's long-sleeved black t-shirt by mistake. Sorry about that. Anyone know who it belongs to? I can bring it on Sunday.

    October 18, 2013

    • Anthony L.

      It belongs to Niko (sp?).

      October 18, 2013

  • Aldo

    It's a bit cold out, but i reckon we could still squeeze out a good hour and a half of playtime, see you all!

    October 18, 2013

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