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Dylan Freechild has carved out a unique style in college ultimate with his give-and-go attacking mentality.
Feb 11, 2015 by Benyamin Elias in Analysis with 60 comments
How Georgia’s Young Dogs Powered its Fall Push — Video Analysis Powered by Agility from Five Ultimate
Georgia had a great fall, led by a combination of hardened vets and strong rookies.
Jan 22, 2015 by Cody Johnston in Analysis with 21 comments
Boston Ironside's failure to win a title isn't due to a mentality issue; it's a structural one.
Jan 7, 2015 by Kevin Herrera in Analysis with 20 comments
Chicks dig the longball. Here's how the longball happens.
Oct 7, 2014 by Dave Lipson in Analysis with 15 comments
I Believe That We Will Riot: Flexibility, Fundamentals, and Fire, Powered by Agility from Five Ultimate
Tenacity and precision in executing systems are two elements frequently tied to consistent success in Ultimate. See how recent WUCC champion Seattle Riot manages to do both.
Sep 11, 2014 by Kevin Herrera in Analysis with 4 comments
Chicago Machine has been the surprise of the 2014 season with big wins at the Pro Flight Finale and Chesapeake Invite. It's been the simple offense leading the way.
Sep 9, 2014 by Alex Rummelhart in Analysis with 4 comments
There's a lot of reasons to keep the disc moving quickly, but no one does it better than Seattle Sockeye. In this video analysis article, presented by Agility from Five Ultimate, Ultiworld looks at the effects Sockeye's setup has on marks, hucks, disc movement, resets and endzone offense. It's all connected!
Aug 28, 2014 by David Hogan in Analysis with 19 comments
The DC Current, recent MLU Champions, saw great success partially as a result of their new offense, adapted specifically for the width of the field…
Aug 19, 2014 by Benyamin Elias in Analysis with 0 comments
Continuing our club video breakdown series, powered by Agility from Five Ultimate, we look at the no dump verticial stack. Standard vertical stacks often employ two handlers and five cutters downfield. But some teams run six person stacks with completely empty backfields, a formation decision that has implications for both the resets and overall offensive flow.
Aug 12, 2014 by Benyamin Elias and Ian Toner in Analysis with 20 comments
Japan’s number one men’s club is likely to make a strong run in Lecco.
Aug 1, 2014 by Sion "Brummie" Scone in Analysis with 19 comments