Generally, any disc play revolves around Freestyle. At the most basic level, players at the beach or park are "freestyling" with their regular model even if a one-handed catch is a triumph. At the higher levels of play, most players warm up for other events by freestyling and it's hard to resist tricking any non-game throws in Guts, Ultimate or DDC. (An excerpt from "The Discourse", click on the attached picture to read the full document.)
Click below to visit the Freestyle Players Association. The Freestyle Players Association (FPA), established in 1978, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth of freestyle disc play as a lifetime recreation and a competitive sport.
The Freestyle Players Association (FPA), established in 1978, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth of freestyle disc play as a lifetime recreation and a competitive sport. Three major factors prompted the organization's formation in 1978. First, it was evident that player input was having minimal impact on the evolution of freestyle in the major tournaments at that time. Secondly, there was a growing realization that freestylers were becoming a group of specialists, playing a separate sport. Being a separate sport, it was apparent that freestyle had its own problems and special concerns. Finally, it was recognized that the freestyle community had immense talent and was the most legitimate body to turn to for direction in the evolution of freestyle.
Join the FPA for $20 (includes shipping) and get 2 professional freestyle discs & a whizRing for learning to airbrush, an FPA Online subscription & karma points. And thank you for supporting otheir volunteer run nonprofit organization.
Click on the above Freestyle Events Calendar
Another valuable site on the freestyle front, filled with a knowledge base to keep you spinning. Site maintained by Tom Leitner ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
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Nike Freestyle commercial, filmed in Malibu, aired in Europe.