Italy has long been a hot bed for Freestyle Flying disc. More recently, the “Frisbee Fever” team from Rovereto burst on the scene, shocking the community with their deep pockets and aggressive style of play. Now they are hosting the Italian Open. If they bring even half of their passion for Freestyle Flying Disc to this event, it will be one to remember.
If you can attend in person, I recommend it. For those of us who can’t, tune in here to watch.
More info is available on their facebook event page.
Thanks to Chris Belaj, the German Championships 2019 will be Streamed Live from Freiburg, Germany on May 31 – June 2.
The German Championships is one of the most attended events in Europe and will host many of Freestyle Flying Disc’s top ranked players. Plus, the local Freiburg scene has many shredders who are seldom seen anywhere else. This will be an event you won’t want to miss.
The Jammers 2019 will be Live Streamed on May 18th. This is the 22nd annual and takes place in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, USA. Hosted by Paul Kenny, this event is known for being all about the player experience; hence the name. Jamming and competition take place on the beach, usually in perfect wind conditions and lots of hard pack sand. The competition is quick, usually only going for 1-2 hours.
That leaves the rest of the weekend for jamming into the sunset. With such an attractive venue and schedule, this event draws top US players, many locals, several from abroad, and couple of innovative and adept players who are not seen at any other event. If you can attend, you will be inspired by run-and-gun jamming from noon until sundown and followed by stories and discussions of freestyle ideology with some of the deepest thinkers in the game.
If you can not attend, the competition will be live streamed. This usually takes place at 2p on Sat (May 18th). Be forewarned, if the weather is not ideal on Saturday, competition will be rescheduled for Sunday. Tune in and you’ll be graced with some of the most amazing wind play that the freestyle community has to offer.
You can also see the results on Conrad Damon’s overall results database. We had blustery wind for the finals. Still, teams managed to pull off some nice stuff. Hope you can make it to the event next year.