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Gareth 'Crash' McFeely, 18 years of Irish, English, German and US ultimate

As we work through 20 years of Irish Ultimate History, much like the rich, multilayered Rashomon  by Kurosawa (an insane 100% rating on Rotten tomatoes) , so too with Irish Ultimate it can be interesting to hear from different people’s perspectives on how they saw things progress and develop.   3,378 more words

Ultimate Frisbee

Go Giants

Hola a todos! Don’t worry, this blog isn’t about the Giants getting into the World Series. I just couldn’t think of a better title. Moving on. 1,537 more words

Californians In Spain

Why is Ultimate Frisbee such a successful breeding ground for creatives and tech superstars?

Layout d’s, awesome blocks, sweet scubas, killer break forces, coast to coast plays, zone defence, swilly hammers, vicious blades, going ho’, and other arcane expressions are all from a particular sport which has proved to be a fertile breeding ground for startup successes. 945 more words

Innovation

Back At It

Now that the Club season is over for the Brocats, my training goal has switched from “don’t get hurt and try not to suck too much” to following an actual training plan. 714 more words

Ultimate Frisbee

100 posts! what worked, what didn't

11,000 views in just over 6 months. Pretty good going, and not. Everything is relative. This guy hit those numbers in the first week of launching one of his new blogs. 633 more words

Photography

The Jamie Crick interview : Irish Ultimate’s own Bertie Wooster

With everyone busting a gut in Cork resolving who is the best on the pitch in 2014 it seemed apt, with the long winter nights coming in, falling leaves, and putting on the heating again, to return to a time where things were less organised in Irish Ultimate. 2,485 more words

Dublin

Frisbee and Fatburger

Making friends is a tough task, and perhaps even more so for someone like me who has the social skills of a damp sock. At the beginning of this week, I was certain that I’d never make any good friends whilst I’m here; only casual acquaintances with people that barely tolerate my sarcastic comments and annoying laugh. 305 more words

Fall Term