The stories readers clicked on the most.
December 30, 2020 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 articles — based on pageviews — from 2020.
Insight from Janna Hamaker, the National Rules Director for USA Ultimate, on how the new dangerous play rule should be interpreted.
Our most popular article from the Decade’s Greatest series lists the top men’s international players from the past 10 years.
One of two video game stories in this year’s top 10 discusses the AUDL’s plans to build a console-based game.
The hotly anticipated USA team selection for the World Ultimate Championships.
Vadim Slyusarev took some quarantine time to build an arcade style ultimate game available to play on Steam or in your browser.
Indoor ultimate leagues and a since-cancelled Indy Alleycats tryout drew criticism online — and a former Alleycats player sent hostile and profane messages to a critic.
News that the New Jersey beach party tournament might try to hold its event this summer (it ultimately did not) was controversial.
The 12th edition of the USAU rules had some notable changes, neatly summed up in this article.
A terribly sad story of three AUDL players that were killed on their way to practice after being rear-ended at high speed.
Our round-up of COVID-19 ultimate news was, unsurprisingly, #1 in 2020.