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    World Junior Ultimate Championships
         


    July 20-26, 2014
    Lecco, Italy FlagIcon it
    (event website)

    #wjuc2014

     
         
    U19 Girls
    (@USAUltimateU19G)
      U19 Open
    (@USAUltimateU19O)
    Pool Play:    
     United States 17-0  Israel
     United States 17-0  Netherlands
     United States 17-4  France
     United States 17-1  Japan
             
    Power Pools:    
     United States 17-5  Germany
     United States 17-3  Finland
     United States 17-6  Austria
             
    Quarterfinals/Semis/Finals:    
     United States 17-2  Russia
     United States 17-4  Colombia
     United States    Canada
             
     
    Pool Play:    
     United States 17-9  Israel
     United States 17-2  Finland
     United States 17-1  Spain
     United States 17-6  Switzerland
     United States 17-7  Austria
             
    Crossover:      
     United States  9-6*  Canada
             
    Quarterfinals/Semis/Finals:  
     United States 17-6  Colombia
     United States 17-6  Italy
     United States    Canada
             
       * cancelled after lightning delay

     


    World Ultimate Club Championships
         

    August 2-9, 2014
    Lecco, Italy FlagIcon it
    (event website)

     

    The U.S. will be sending 16 teams to the WUCC: 4 Open, 4 Women's, 4 Mixed, 3 Men's Masters, and 1 Women's Masters.

         
      

     

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    The 2014 Youth Club Championships return to Blaine, Minn. for the tenth straight year.
     

    This year's YCCs is the largest ever, with 63 teams competing across five divisions of play (U19 Boys, U19 Girls, U19 Mixed, U16 Boys, U16 Girls).  The U16 Girls division is being held fo the first time.

     

     
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    Youth Division

    At 11,000 members and growing, our youth division currently includes championship play at the high school, U-19, and U-16 levels, in additional to development level programs for elementary and middle school players.  

           
       

    College Division

    Over 14,000 student-athletes across over 700 college teams compete in our college division.  This division has competition for large schools, small schools, as well as developmental programs.

           
       

    Triple Crown Tour

    The Triple Crown Tour represents the highest level of competitive Ultimate in North America and features teams in three divisions: Men's, Women's, and Mixed. 

           
       

    Masters Division

    This age-restricted division consists of three divisions of play: Masters Women's (30+); Masters Men's (33+); Grand Masters (40+).  

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    Club Division (Est. 1979)

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    Masters Division (Est. 1991)

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    About the Archives: a Message From USA Ultimate

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  • Announcing USA Ultimate's 2013-2018 Strategic Plan


     

    Our Mission:  

    To advance the sport of Ultimate in the United States by enhancing and promoting Character. Community and Competition.

     

    Our Vision: 

    Ultimate is widely known, played, and respected in the United States as a sport that inspires athletic excellence and integrity among participants and fans.

     

    Our Core Values:  

    Respect, Integrity, Responsibility, Leadership, Teamwork




To advance the sport of Ultimate in the United States by enhancing and promoting...

Character

"Spirit. Integrity. Doing the right thing, being a good teammate and opponent, and making the right calls...what an ultimate player does!"

-  Nina (Seattle, WA)Learn More

Community

"Drawing in people that like/love the sport. Working together to spread the word about the sport they love all the while experiencing it together."

- Matthew (Omaha, NE)Learn More

Competition

"Everyone competes at his/her own level, whatever it is. That competitive experience is meaningful and valuable."

- Catherine (Park City, UT) Learn More