We Found a Family in Krakens

How ultimate has helped Venezuelans fleeing their country

Angelo and Francisco Romano with their Krakens jerseys

Angelo and Francisco Romano started playing ultimate frisbee in Venezuela when they were 20 and 15 years old. Because of the ongoing political and economic crisis the brothers had to flee their motherland in 2017. At Krakens Ultimate in Barcelona they found a new ultimate home, which they represented among Europe’s best clubs at XEUCF 2021. Learn about their story and their dreams of representing Venezuela at the Olympic games.

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  1. Robbe Wets
    Robbe Wets

    Robbe Wets is nineteen years old and lives in Bruges. His home club being Freezzzbeezzz he was brought up at the legendary Tom's Tourney. Winning bronze with Belgium U17 at EYUC 2017 is his ultimate career highlight. In real life Robbe studies sports journalism.

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