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  1. San Francisco Revolver Remains World Champion With Win Over Seattle Sockeye, Presented By VC Ultimate

    Revolver repeats as World Champion in Lecco with 17-15 win over Sockeye.

  2. Seattle Riot Captures Elusive Win Over Fury To Win World Championship, Presented By VC Ultimate

    Seattle Riot beat San Francisco Fury 17-15 to win the 2014 World Club Championships.

  3. Wall Street Journal Features Ultiworld Stats On Front Page

    The Wall Street Journal ran a front page story about ultimate's advanced analytics, pioneered by Ultiworld's Sean Childers and Jeremy Weiss.

  4. Revolver Flashes Trademark Depth To Topple Bravo, Win US Open

    San Francisco Revolver again showed they are the class of the Men's Division with a 14-12 victory over Denver Johnny Bravo in the finals of the 2014 US Open.

  5. USA Ultimate Receives Recognition From US Olympic Committee

    USA Ultimate has been formally recognized by the US Olympic Committee. The recognition opens up many doors in the sports world and does lay the foundation for any possible inclusion in the Olympic Games in the future.

  6. 2014 Ultiworld All-America Teams, Presented By VC Ultimate

    We are excited to announce the 2014 Ultiworld All-America teams, honoring the country's best college players after an exciting season.

  7. The 2014 Ultiworld College Awards, Presented By VC

    Here are the 2014 College Award Winners, featuring Player of the Year, Offensive/Defensive Player of the Year, Breakout Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, and Coach of the Year.

  8. Colorado Dominates UNC To Cap Incredible Season With National Title

    Colorado Mamabird jumped out to an early lead on North Carolina Darkside and never looked back en route to a 15-10 finish.

  9. UNC Wilmington Stuns Pittsburgh In Quarterfinals Thriller

    UNC Wilmington is headed to the semifinals of the 2014 College Championships after stunning Pitt 14-13 in quarters with a break on double game point.

  10. The Title Contenders: 2014 College Championships Preview (Men’s)

    The four true title contenders -- Colorado, Pittsburgh, Texas, and North Carolina -- have distinguished themselves this season as the country's elite, often by a wide margin. Read the preview of the four top teams in the Men's Division.

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