Excerp from Frisbee World Magazine, Sept./Oct 1978 ————————— The Philadelphia organization won last year’s I.F.A. award for tournament excellence for their World Double Disc Court event. This year they hosted their first N.A.S. meet with overwhelming success. They made the …tournament seem easy to run because of their very smooth operation. Because of the especially […]
Frisbee World, July/August 1978 ——————————- ———-EXCERPT————– (photo: Krae Van Sickle / caption “The new power king?”) The travelers to Seattle were blessed by three brillianstly sunny days in succession. They were also treated to an impressive double victory by young Krae VanSickle who dominated the Distance field winning by over 30 feet and teamed with […]
The United Kingdom UPDATE by Stephen Swallow, Secretary Frisbee World, July/August 1978 Over the weekend of April 14-16, the United Kingdom Frisbee Association organized a series of events with an Italian touring team. The Italian team had generously sponsored by a large cothing manufacturer. Their team consisted of seven playing members and an entourage of […]
Frisbee World Magazine,V.3#3,May/June 1978 –EXCERPT– Santa Barbara has established itself as a consistently exciting beginning to the North American Series season. The largest Freestyle field in the history of the sport came to Storke Field to see who was hot after the Winter’s break. The meet drew extremely well as players came from New York, […]
Although the game had been played for years (since 1968 at state championships in Pennsylvania and New York), this was the last time it was offered because all agreed that “freestyle” should be more cooperative, not combative.