USA Ultimate Weekly (August 15, 2016)
Posted: August 15, 2016 04:02 PM
Welcome to USA Ultimate Weekly, where we'll provide you with brief, weekly updates on happenings at USA Ultimate!
August 15, 2016:
• The 2016 Youth Club Championships took place again in Blaine, Minn., this weekend.
Seattle once again won both girls' divisions, Washington D.C. repeated as mixed champs, Triangle Area won U19 boys, and Seattle won U16 boys.
Catch up on all the action:
- U19/U16 Boys' division recaps (Day 3 / Day 2 / Day 1)
- U19/U16 Girls' division recaps (Day 3 / Day 2 / Day 1)
- U19 Mixed division recaps (Day 3 / Day 2 / Day 1)
- Photo gallery by UltiPhotos
• The second set of club division rankings for the 2016 season were posted last week. Washington, DC Truck Stop (M), Boston Slow White (X) and Seattle Riot (W) all stays as the top ranked teams.
In what will certainly impact the rankings this week, a few high level TCT events took place this past weekend, including Chesapeake Open as well as the Triple Crown Tour Select Flight Invite. Next weekend is the final weekend of the 2016 Triple Crown Tour regular season.
• The Select Flight Invite took place outside Indianapolis this weekend. Despite difficult weather conditions and several delays, winners were named in each division: Houston H.I.P (men's), Cincinnati Steamboat (mixed) and Toronto 6ixers (women's).
• Take WFDF's Global Disc Sports Community Survey!
• The college eligibility rules for the upcoming season have been posted. Additionally, USA Ultimate is seeking volunteers for the college eligibility committee:
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