With ultimate being given the green light to resume in Alert Level 2 of the province’s COVID-19 response, Ultimate NL has compiled return to play guidelines for participants.Read more
What does Alert Level 3 mean for ultimate? It means that competition and games are still not permitted. However, some modified training is possible.
Registration for fall leagues is underway for elementary, junior high and senior high players. All three leagues will run from Oct. 6-Nov. 24 at the Newfoundland and Labrador Sports Centre’s PowerPlex gymnasium (90 Crosbie Rd.) in St. John’s.Read more
It was a friendly battle of red versus white as around 25 people took part in the 2019 Art Hawkins Great Canadian Ultimate Game on June 8.Read more
Past and present representatives from Newfoundland and Labrador are making an impact on the national stage through Ultimate Canada.Read more
Do you love ultimate? Are you interested in expanding your knowledge and introducing the game to others? Become a coach! Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador is hosting two free coaching courses in February.Read more
The fourth annual MAUL/SWURL holiday charity game raised $800 and over 400 non-perishable food items for Bridges to Hope.Read more