EuroZone: 2019 in Review

A look back on a great year in European Ultimate!

Liam and Ravi look back on 2019 and talk about the All-Europe lines. They answer how they think the All Europe lines would fare against the USA Ultimate All Club Lines this year. Plus they crown the European Ultimate Person of the Year in this podcast exclusive.

[0:15] WADA ban on Russia
[6:55] Anna Ceschi’s article on gender equity
[10:30] All Europe Mixed Line
[20:43] All Europe Women’s Line
[32:55] All Europe Men’s line
[45:25] Games of the year
[58:28] Moments of the year
[1:04:30] Person of the year

EuroZone: 2019 in Review

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**Don’t miss the subscriber only segment where Ravi and Liam talk about the Asia-Oceanic teams of the year and their early guesses at which teams will qualify for World Games**

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  1. Ravi Vasudevan
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    Ravi Vasudevan is Ultiworld's European editor and a host of the podcast EuroZone. Emails about EuroZone should go to eurozoneultimate@gmail.com. Ravi played for WPI in the US until 2008. He has been living and playing in Europe since 2009 and has competed at WUGC 2012, WUCC 2014 and WUCC 2018.

  2. Liam Grant
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    Liam hails from the rugged west coast of Ireland. He found himself catapulted into the Irish ultimate community during his time in the National University of Ireland, Galway. He may lack in talent on the field, but he makes up for it with shenanigans and tomfoolery off the pitch. Liam is truly in his element on the beach; he eats sand for breakfast. Liam captained the Irish Mixed National team in 2016 and also competed for the Irish National Mixed Beach team in 2013, taking home a silver medal and a bundle of precious memories. He can be found at most major European tournaments flying the Irish flag at the bar.

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