Off the playing field, Stork was one of the driving forces behind promoting and supporting Ultimate and all other disc sports through his role as head of Wham-O’s sports marketing department from 1975 to 1992. As head of the International Frisbee Association (IFA) he led developmental efforts outside of the U.S. He was also able to funnel Wham-O’s promotional funds into several World Frisbee Championships held in the rose Bowl in the mid-1970s, including the East-West All-Star Ultimate Game, for which travel expenses were provided. He developed the structure of flying disc sport organizations such as the Ultimate Players Association, Guts Players Association, and Freestyle Players Association, as well as the national Flying Disc Associations in numerous countries around the world. Furthermore, he identified charismatic individuals to lead these groups, and then helped fund these nascent organizations in a variety of creative ways without an explicit payback. Besides providing direction and support to the UPA and other groups in the U.S., he also was instrumental in the international arena, developing the concept for the World Flying Disc Federation and serving as the catalyst for its formation. He has served as WFDF, President, Secretary General, Board member, and general consultant, and remains active globally in the organization of flying disc events.
• 1974: U.S. Disc Golf Champion A.F.D.O.
• 1975: World Frisbee Champion — Freestyle and Accuracy
• 1976: World Record — Accuracy ( 20/28 )
• 1982: Inducted to Frisbee Hall of Fame (Charter Member)
• 1983: World Senior Champion — D.D.C., S.C.F., and Overall
• 1984: World Senior Champion — Accuracy and D.D.C.
• 1985: World Senior Champion — Distance and Golf
• 1986: World Senior Champion — D.D.C. and Overall
• 1988: World Senior Champion — Freestyle
• 1990: World Senior Champion — D.D.C.
• 1991: World Senior Champion — D.D.C.
• 1992: World Gollum Champion
• 1993: World Grand Master D.D.C. Champion
• 1993: Grand Master World Record — Accuracy ( 17/28 )
• 1993: WFDF Grand Master Overall Champion
• 1993: Inducted to Disc Golf Hall of Fame (Charter member - PDGA Member #003)
• 1994: World Gollum Champion
• 1994: U.S. Open Grand Master Overall Champion
• 2006: World Grandmasters DDC champion
• 2007: World Senior Grandmasters Accuracy champion
• 2007: World Senior Grandmasters DDC champion
• 2008: World Senior Grandmasters DDC champion
Stork lives in Pasadena, Calif. with his wife, Janet Capanna and their three children. He is currently a college lecturer in sociology and a writer and consultant. His father, Jack Roddick, and son, Tyler Roddick are both active players.