USA Ultimate Weekly (December 12, 2016)
Posted: December 12, 2016 05:24 PM
Welcome to USA Ultimate Weekly, where we'll provide you with brief, weekly updates on happenings at USA Ultimate!
December 12, 2016:
• The Beach Championships will return to Virginia Beach, May 20-21, 2017, and Beach Westerns has been added to the USA Ultimate championship events calendar; the event will take place April 22-23, 2017, in Santa Monica, Calif. Read the full announcement here.
• We're recapping the 2016 Competition Working Group meeting, one division at a time. So far, we've recapped discussions from the youth competition, college and beach working groups.
• A huge thanks goes out to all those who filled out our first survey in the 2019-21 strategic planning process. We released results from the survey last week.
• Following WFDF's decision to sanction the 2017 World Great Grand Masters Ultimate Championships, we're forming a Great Grand Masters National Team. Team manager and player applications are open now.
• Four more top international teams are confirmed for the 2017 U.S. Open Championships, making the women's division field possibly the strongest one yet.
• 2017 memberships are now available!
• Memberships also make great gifts - you can purchase a membership gift certificate online or by phone.
• Remember: Throughout the month of December on the Girls' Ultimate Movement Facebook page, we're highlighting some of the great GUM clinics held around the country this year.
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