USA Ultimate Announces Proposed Rule Changes for 2022-23, Seeking Input Through October 10

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USA Ultimate has announced that it is seeking input on the next edition of its ruleset, which will be implemented at all USAU events in 2022 and 2023.

The proposed changes have been posted on USAU’s website, where they can be reviewed in a short document listing substantive departures from the 2020-21 rules or as a complete ruleset with changes marked.

In keeping with their standard rules revision process, USAU will be open to input on these changes for 30 days. Current and recent USAU membership holders, as well as other community members including organizers, parents, and volunteers, are invited to give feedback via an online survey through October 10.

The 2022-23 ruleset will mark the second revision since USAU implemented its new regular cycle of rules updates, which provides for revisions to the ruleset every two years. The current 2020-2021 Official Rules of Ultimate were published in late 2019, although due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they had not been used for a full season until this year.

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