Youth players are invited to try out for Storm, the province’s junior competitive club teams, this month.Read more
We’ve launched a new Discs for Schools program to provide schools with equipment needed to start playing ultimate frisbee.Read more
Ultimate NL successfully hosted its first skill development series for female-matching players from April 10-May 15. Fifty-three athletes participated in the inaugural series targeting female-matching players to improve their skills through group instruction and drills.Read more
Mile Zero Ultimate (MZU) and Tempest, the province’s competitive club team for female-matching players, are hosting two free skills clinicsRead more
Registration for summer league offered by the St. John’s Women’s Recreational Ultimate League (SWURL) is now open. SWURL is aRead more
Youth players are invited to try out for Storm, the province’s junior competitive club teams, next month.Read more
Ultimate NL is pleased to introduce a new skills and drills league for beginner and intermediate female-matching players. This six-week league will focus on introducing and improving skills related to throwing, cutting, defence and offence.Read more
Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador is offering a youth competition development camp for teens ages 14-18 this winter. Participants will enjoy drills, skills development and game situations while also receiving one-on-one mentorship and guidance from experienced ultimate players and coaches. It’s the the first time that Ultimate NL has offered a camp specifically targeted at developing potential competitive athletes.