Blog archive for September 2011

Posted by christian on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 · 3 comments
News from FFindr's India correspondent François: after two articles about the development of Ultimate in India — Ultimate in India and the Chennai Heat and Frisbee in India: Indicorps and the ideals of Spirit of the Game — we now have a closer look at Ultimate Delhight 2011. This upcoming tournament aims at opening up the Indian Ultimate Frisbee scene to international teams. Note: The Delhi Team is lovingly called Stray Dogs in Sweaters, named after...
Posted by christian on Sunday, September 18, 2011 · No comments
Happy Birthday FFindr! Four years passed since FFindr went live on the 17 september 2007. One, two, three, four years! Translated into 11 languages, FFindr became in four years a widely used application for announcing and finding Frisbee tournaments, as well as managing event registrations for Frisbee teams and players. The following chart shows the evolution of visits (blue) and pageviews (orange) over the last 48 months (that's four years). You can notice two tiny highs...
Posted by christian on Monday, September 26, 2011 · No comments
YikunSports is based in Ningbo, China and is a specialized supplier for disc sports. Started in 2008, the company consists of currently 6 people, all former or current Ultimate players. Lead by Eric Xu, the team is dedicated to support the development of disc related sports in China. Yikunsports administration. Currently they produce and offer discs for Ultimate, Disc Dog and Disc Golf. It is also possible to order custom designed discs, with 100 discs being the...
Posted by christian on Thursday, September 29, 2011 · 19 comments
I am glad to announce the first ever FFindr Ultimate Frisbee Disc Design contest! Together with FFindr partner JUMP+REACH / GAIA Europe launches a disc design contest that will eventually lead to the first ever FFindr disc! Designs can be submitted until midnight of October 31. What Create a design to be put on the first official FFindr disc! The custom artwork can have a maximum of two distinct colours (make it three if your really think...

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