From Frisbee World Vol. VI#2 1981 – Unquestionably the strongest Freestyle field ever – while only 52 teams registered in the open, most of the second seeds in the prelim had won national titles! After two semi final pools that looked more like finals, the final line-up looked like Freestyle at Fantasy Park. Performing from […]
Freestyle was the third event at this I.F.A. Tournament and so no points were awarded towards qualifying for the World Frisbee Championships at the Rose Bowl in Irvine. Points were awarded in Golf and Distance.
In 1980 the WFC was by invitation only. Players had to attend NAS (North American Series) or European or Japanese events and collect points by placing in the semi-final or final round. At the end of the season a determination was made as to how many points were needed to “qualify”, and invitations went to […]
The American Flying Disc Open awarded for many years the Kalb-Roddick Cup. Each year the winners got their names engraved on the cup and got possession of it for one year. Named for the first Freestyle winners, Irv Kalb and Dan Roddick.
As in the past years, we will joyn Freiburgs Juggeling Convention and add a good portion of plastik to this lovely and familia event. Our goal is, to creat a non competitive event that aims for creative exchange and points out the Jamiliy feeling within a group of passionated like minded people. Stay tuned!
With the success of “The Jax Vax Jam for James” last year and maintaining some tradition from The Jammers, we invite you all to the non-competitive “The Jam”. With no competitive stress, the low-tide hard-pack seabreeze should lead to epic jams!