Lessons from the AUDL: European Perspective

What can Europe learn from American ultimate?

The Tchac men who played with the Montréal Royal in 2019

America is still the dominant force in ultimate. Europe has been trying to close the gap over the past decades. What is the biggest difference between ultimate on one side of the ocean and on the other? How can European ultimate close the gap with the Americans?  Six Europeans who have played in the AUDL give their thoughts.

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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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