Ultimate in the News for week of 7/22

Just in case anyone cares to know, there is some Canadian Ultimate Frisbee news that we noticed in the last few days:

Ultimate provincials held in Moose Jaw

http://www.mjtimes.sk.ca/Sports/2013-07-21/article-3323455/Experience-ultimate-goal-for-local-players/1

Moose Jaw’s growing ultimate community got a chance to compete against the best the sport has to offer this weekend. The Saskatchewan Ultimate Players Association held their annual Saskatchewan Ultimate (Frisbee) Championships Saturday and Sunday at the Canada Summer Games fields. The five-team tournament featured three teams from Saskatoon, along with one from Moose Jaw and Regina...

Markham players vying for frisbee championship

http://www.yorkregion.com/sports-story/3903908-markham-players-vying-for-frisbee-championship/

Jonathan Edwards and Bryan Yue will be playing frisbee at York University today. In doing so, the Markham residents won’t be playing on a casual basis with friends or family members. Rather, there will be a bit more at stake as Edwards, 21, and Yue, 22, are part of Canada’s 26-player entry that will be competing in the Under-23 Ultimate Frisbee World Championships...

WFDF 2013 Under 23 World Ultimate Championships Begins

http://wfdf2013-u23.com/news/press-releases/59-opening-ceremony

The tournament officially begins! The warm, sunny weather was perfect for the opening ceremonies and kickoff showcase game on Sunday afternoon. First nation dancers lead the 36 teams representing countries from around the world into the opening ceremonies. The players’ enthusiasm was particularly well highlighted by the gymnastic talents displayed by the Japanese player who, instead of walking in, entered the ceremonies with backhand springs...

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