The stories readers clicked on the most.
December 26, 2019 by Charlie Eisenhood in Links with 0 comments
Today begins one of our favorite Ultiworld traditions: the annual Year In Review series. We will look back over the biggest stories, most popular articles, the “best of” the year, and more over the next week. We kick things off with a look at the 10 most popular articles1 — based on pageviews — from 2019.
Gabe Hernandez’s essay on the sense of dissonance he felt at Club Nationals resonated with many in the sport.
A deeper dive into the weakness of the Metro East got a lot of discussion started.
Patrick Stegemoeller’s blueprint for scoring the shock upset at Regionals was predictably popular.
Ultimate’s Olympic dream remains an undercurrent of much of the sport’s development. Although LA 2028 was always the target, the news that ultimate missed out on Paris made waves.
BYU finished the season near the top of the rankings, easily earning a bid for the Northwest Region. Their ongoing fight to be accommodated for postseason competition, despite not playing on Sundays, remains a hot-button story.
Daniel Prentice’s annual team kit discussion always brings out the comments and plenty of outrage.
Hannah Leathers shared her story of a long and difficult recovery from a string of injuries that has kept her off the field and how to support players facing a similar challenge.
Yes, it was an obvious clickbait headline. Yes, it worked. So does Ari Jackson’s trick!
Joe Marmerstein’s breakdown of space inside a ho stack offense resonated with players new and old.
Skip Sewell, the founder of Cultimate and USA Goaltimate, was charged in federal court for distribution of MDMA and Ketamine.
excluding some Ultiworld classics from past years and routine news stories like roster announcements ↩