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October 25, 2021 by Alex Rubin in Other with 0 comments
Thanks for doing your thing, ultimate Twitter. It’s been a blast watching so many of you try so hard to make this list. Even if you didn’t make it, I’m sure your tweet was great — maybe it just wasn’t the best fit here. To everyone who followed along, thanks for being part of our special community.
“I was rushing the field every time. I was waiting for it.”
— Fury Ultimate (@furyultimate) October 25, 2021
San Francisco Fury won the national championship in the women’s division. Teams often shout “wait for it,” after a score because rushing the field before the observer signals that a goal is in could result in a team misconduct penalty.
— Kirstin Johnson (@KJFierce7) October 25, 2021
Kirstin Johnson is to Fury what Courtney Vandersloot is to the WNBA champion Chicago Sky #skytown
The New York men’s frisbee scene just lost two championships because their AUDL and club teams don’t get along.
Welcome to 2021
— Bama Secs (@bamasecs) October 24, 2021
This season was a unique one for New York men’s players. New York Empire played this season missing many former players due to New York PoNY’s increased time commitments this season. PoNY missed some Empire players who could not or did not want to make that level of commitment (some even who chose to play for Raleigh Ring of Fire), and may have benefited from their appearance on the field.
Great Lakes Regionals was harder than making Worlds tbh
— Hybrid Ultimate (@HybridUltimate) October 24, 2021
Ann Arbor Hybrid took the lone bid from the Great Lakes region, which had four top 20 teams according to the Ultiworld power rankings. They finished second at Nationals and clinched a bid to the World Ultimate Club Championships in 2022.
Fuck yeah @ringultimate pic.twitter.com/27Moz7gH2d
— Tim Vo (@tivo713) October 24, 2021
Tim Vothang is the CTO of Game Point Performance and was filming some games at Nationals. Between the middle finger and the defender wearing #69, this photo is every middle school fan’s dream.
I don’t think anyone is just stumbling into ultimate on ESPN today pic.twitter.com/R1H7mxcNtY
— Kelly Rusin (@krusin57) October 24, 2021
Kelly Rusin coaches Ohio State Bever and managed to find the national finals games streamed on ESPN3 despite a mountain of low level college football in the way.
They should have observers wear advertisements so they r actually useful
— Wild mann (@Themarshallwild) October 24, 2021
Marshall Wildman plays for San Francisco Revolver.
Hilarious that the award money for winning nationals is less than the USAU membership fees of a single team…. Like just stop bothering with the big check! So stupid!
— Bees’ Burts (@frisbee_kamal) October 25, 2021
Kamal Raslan plays for Seattle Birdfruit.
“hybrid didn’t really play against any nationals caliber teams all season” 🤔 pic.twitter.com/Bnncc078mv
— Cleveland Crocs (@CLEMixUltimate) October 24, 2021
Cleveland Crocs is a Nationals caliber mixed team that did not make Nationals.
If you’re an elite club ultimate player from Minnesota and you want to win a championship, apparently all you have to do is leave…
— Josh Klane (@2klainz) October 24, 2021
Josh Klane is a longtime Minneapolis men’s player who left for greener pastures in Milwaukee. His former teammate, Ryan Osgar, won a title with Raleigh Ring of Fire.
Glad we've finally settled the whole "Could the best players in mixed cut it in single gender divisions?" nonsense https://t.co/QOqDqmfv61
— Kevin McCormick (@NHL94) October 25, 2021
Kevin McCormick is a Philadelphia area ultimate player. Anna Thompson could become the first player to win player of the year in back to back seasons in two different divisions. She has won the past three national championships, 2018 and 2019 with Philadelphia AMP and 2021 with Fury.
Bonus Instagram Post: Discmemes is run by Calvin Ciorba, a player for the Richmond Spidermonkeys. All of these memes are (fire emoji).