USA Ultimate Weekly (August 10, 2018)

Posted: August 10, 2018 01:51 PM

Welcome to USA Ultimate Weekly, where we'll provide you with brief, weekly updates on happenings at USA Ultimate!

August 10, 2018:

It has been a busy couple of weeks at USA Ultimate! Catch up on everything that's going on right here.

• 124 teams competed at the U.S. Open Club Championships over the weekend - 26 ICC teams and 88 YCC teams - and we have eight new champions!

Catch up on everything that happened at



ICC Galleries / YCC Galleries

PLUS - we livestreamed tons of games from the U.S. Open in both the ICC and YCC divisions. If you're itching for some more ultimate in your day, head over to our Facebook page or YouTube channel to relive the glory.


• Also! We launched our very first live-action commercial during the women's final on ESPN2 on Sunday night! Miss it? Don't worry. Catch it here



• Gold on gold on gold (on gold)! The U.S.A. swept the podium's top spots, as well as several other medals, at the Masters World Ultimate Club Championships last week.

Get full results at 



• We have four new Live Ultimate Ambassadors! Help us welcome the new additions! 


• Coaching staffs for the 2019 U-24 National Teams are set! Check out the great coaches recently selected as assistants for next year's teams.   


• U-24 players! The deadline is upon us - get your applications in for the 2019 U-24 National Teams now! Applications close this Sunday, August 12. 

Check out the USA Ultimate mobile app!

The app is available for free for both iOS and Android. 

The app allows you to follow events, update scores, keep up with news, watch videos, check rules and read the USA Ultimate magazine. 

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