The 2013 Freestyle Players Association (FPA) World Championships will take place August 15-18, 2013 on the Upper East Fields at the University of California Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, California USA. Check out the event web site:…
The 2013 Freestyle Players Association (FPA) World Championships will take place August 15-18, 2013 on the Upper East Fields at the University of California Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, California USA. Check out the event web site: http://santacruzfreestyle.com/
Watch the worlds best frisbee freestylers competing in the sport's premier event "The FPA World Championships ". Players from Sweden, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Israel, Japan and the US will be performing their 2 or 3 person routines set to music.
Saturday afternoon (August 17) will feature the semi finals as teams will be fighting to make the tough cut to the finals.
Sunday (August 18) will be the finals in all 4 divisions - Open Pairs, Women's Pairs, Mixed Pairs and Open Co-op (3 player teams).
For more information on Freestyle Flying Disc or Freestyle Frisbee, visit the Freestyle Players Association (FPA) website at: http://freestyledisc.org (New website coming in 2013)
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About Freestyle Frisbee: Freestyle flying disc or freestyle Frisbee is an extension of basic catch and throw where freestylers perform special "tricks" or maneuvers before performing the catch. These frisbee tricks can be simple, like a quick tip to an under the leg catch, or quite complicated. Freestyle frisbee is usually distinguished from other frisbee sports for its use of the nail delay, what people commonly think of as "spinning the disc on your finger." Freestyle frisbee players use the nail delay to set up all kinds of frisbee tricks like rolls, brushes, tips, pulls, and catches, but many of these maneuvers can be introduced into basic catch and throw. Anyone can learn how to freestyle and it can be done anywhere. Freestyle frisbee has expanded all across the world. Learn how to play and help us spread the jam!
For more about freestyle frisbee, check out Freestyle Magazine: http://freestylemagazine.co.uk
Or join the World Freestyle Community at www.shrednow.com