WD40: Wrocław Ultimate team
Welcome on the WD40 Wrocław Ultimate team website. You will find here training times, tournament info, photos and news about Ultimate.
Sorry, this page is now in archive mode, nobody has been active editing the content here since 2010. We will surely come up with something new for the current "Flow" team. As for now visit our forum here.
We are one of the oldest teams playing Ultimate in Poland. We have been playing since 2004, we have regular training, play on tournaments and once a year we organise our own. We share the love of the disc :) We like trainings in rain and snow, so even in winter we play outside...
Come and play!
- You like runnig till you lose your breath?
- You can give all yourself fighting for the goal?
- You search for a team sport, where fair-play still means something?
- Your second name is Speed? And thrid is HighJump?
- You like new challenges?
- See our training site!
- Women are welcome! (we play mixed in Poland)
Ultimate shares many features of other team sports:
- playing field of rugby,
- european football team dynamics,
- passing rules, cuts and jumps simillar to basketball,
- it's the second fastest team sport (behind hockey),
- it allows to play full power from the beginnig,
- but stays interesting as you learn more and more about throwing,
- it's not only a game, it's the people and great parties!
Spirit Of The Game
Perhaps the most unique in Ultimate is that there are no referees. All the fouls and violations are called and discussed by the players. Every player is responsible for his actions on the field. Utopia? Probably... But it works!
All the other rules are built around that assumption, nevertheless the sport is highly competitive and hard play is encouraged.
Wait, wait... you mean playing?
Yes, we know that. Most people link frisbee with throwing on the beach and dogs. This movie should put that straight fast:
And that's not all
...however most of it in English. The page is in construction and we hope it will stay so. If you feel like contributing, a good beginning would be to pick on our language mistakes.