Past Articles from Kyle Weisbrod
Kyle Weisbrod is the coach of the U of Washington women’s team, Element. He has coached several teams including Monarch HS, Paideia Girls Varsity, and the US U19 Girls team. He began playing in 1993 at The Paideia School and has played for Brown University, Johnny Bravo, Chain Lightning, and Bucket. He was the UPA’s first Director of Youth Development and served on the Board of Directors. He currently resides in Seattle, WA and his articles are edited by the tremendous Diana B. Lerman. You can reach him by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or twitter (@kdubsultimate).
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In front of a backdrop of ultimate, a story of growing up.
Jul 3, 2017 by Kyle Weisbrod in Review with 5 comments
Kyle Weisbrod shares his suggestions for what Ultiworld -- and the entire ultimate community -- could do to push toward more equitable coverage of men's and women's ultimate.
Apr 20, 2017 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 15 comments
Ideas for capitalizing on the changing media landscape to ensure ultimate is the sport of the 21st century.
Oct 20, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 18 comments
One man's experience in learning how to recognize the gender inequities that surround female athletes in ultimate and beyond.
Sep 7, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 5 comments
It's time to expand the field again.
Jul 25, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 10 comments
An interesting trend from the 2016 college season.
Jul 13, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 1 comments
A look back at how the focus of the national governing body of our sport has changed over the past 10-15 years.
Jul 5, 2016 by Steve Sullivan and Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 133 comments
Finding a way to take action against HB2 at Nationals.
May 16, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 23 comments
Advice for getting the most out of your video scouting package, even in a tight window.
Apr 28, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 3 comments
Players shouldn't have to work through their growth entirely on their own. A good coach knows when and how to help.
Mar 8, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 2 comments