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There has been a quiet but imposing figure smiling and signing autographs for young children after every single FlameThrowers game of the season. And yes, I do mean every single one. That person is Marcelo Sanchez-Heredia, better known as Celo – and for his perfect attendance record he has been given the Steel Spirit Award

It seems like no one can praise Antoine Davis highly enough this season. From Ultiworld editors to his opponents to his teammates and captains, his incredible athletic ability and spirit have earned him accolades throughout the AUDL (and as a member of Revolver as well). Anyone who didn’t know his name learned it quickly when

Notes on the Cascades Cup

Thursday, 06 April 2017 by

Notes On The Cascades Cup Hello, Bay Area ultimate fans! The FlameThrowers management has a lot of information about The Cascades Cup that we feel has been inadequately presented thus far. We would like to explain to our fans the origin of the Cascades Cup challenge, the process for roster selection, and how the FlameThrowers

Led by Head Coach Ryo Kawaoka and captaining trio Lucas Dallmann, Greg Cohen, and Beau Kittredge, the San Francisco FlameThrowers are expected to make a big splash in the West. All three of this year’s FlameThrowers captains have competed together as teammates in the past, most recently on Revolver in 2016.  Dallmann served as one

The FlameThrowers-Raptors game began in San Francisco under mostly sunny skies with winds in the 10-12 mph range and occasional gusts higher. The FlameThrowers began pulling upwind, and scored the first goal after throwaways from both teams. The next several points followed in similar fashion.

Silicon Valley Business Journal, April 10, 2014 – Cisco Systems No. 2 executive Rob Lloyd grew up in Canada and is a lifelong fan of hockey and the Montreal Canadians.

Ultimate Goes Pro in Silicon Valley

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 by

Silicon Valley Business Journal, February 26, 2014 — Professional Ultimate Frisbee will hit San Jose this year in true Silicon Valley style — with a league owned by Cisco Systems’ No. 2 executive and a team backed by Lightspeed Venture Partners.

“A huge percentage of ultimate players work in high tech,” said Peter Nieh, the Lightspeed partner behind the VC firm’s sponsorship of the new San Jose Spiders team of the American Ultimate Disc League.

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