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Canada is one of the top ranked countries in international ultimate competition -- at the 2011 Canadian Ultimate Championships our best teams ran faster, jumped higher, threw longer and played harder as they  competed to represent Canada at the next world championships held in Sakai, Japan, from 7 to 14 July 2012.

Our vision was that every participant at the 2011 Canadian Ultimate Championships, whether player, volunteer or spectator, would leave the event feeling it was one of, if not the best ultimate tournament they have attended. Did we succeed? Let us know.

All the action took place from August 11th to 14th at Ultimate Parks Inc and Keith Harris Stadium.

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posted Sep 15, 2011, 2:45 PM by Naomi Garneau   [ updated Sep 16, 2011, 6:00 AM by Venissa de Castro ]

Links are to PDFs of all games for that division on that day.

  • Open: Thursday  /  Friday  /  Saturday  /  Championship 
  • Women's: Thursday  /  Friday  /  Saturday  /  Championship
  • Mixed: Thursday  /  Friday  /  Saturday  /  Championship
  • Masters: Thursday  /  Friday  /  Saturday  /  Championship
  • Juniors: Thursday  /  Friday  /  Saturday  /  Championship
  • Thank you volunteers!

    posted Sep 13, 2011, 8:42 PM by Naomi Garneau

    Attention all CUC 2011 volunteers!

    Please make sure you check your email to RSVP to the CUC 2011 Volunteer Appreciation Party on Friday, September 23. 

    (It's on a Friday so no excuses of work the next morning!)

    Hope to see you all there!

    Post-CUC Updates

    posted Aug 17, 2011, 8:39 AM by Naomi Garneau   [ updated Aug 24, 2011, 8:04 AM ]

    CUC may be over, but there's still a lot to do!

    We wanted to let you know that we are working on bringing you the following:
    1. More detailed results: We do have a record of all of the goals and assists and we are committed to making that information available. Please be patient, we have over 300 games worth of records to process!

    2. Photos: We had quite a few official CUC volunteer photographers who each took thousands of shots. We will be posting the links to each of their portfolios in the next day or so.

    Below are the ones we have already. Want your CUC2011 photos to be linked to on our site? Let us know.
    Also, we would like to ask everyone to fill out our feedback form. We'd really love to hear all of your thoughts on this year's CUC. Please let everyone know that the form is up and encourage your teammates, co-volunteers, etc to fill it out!

    Lastly, official CUC2011 merchandise is still available on VC's online store

    Congratulations to our CUC 2011 Winners!

    posted Aug 14, 2011, 9:28 PM by Sebastien Belanger   [ updated Aug 18, 2011, 8:17 AM by Naomi Garneau ]

    Saturday’s Winners: 
        1. Shock (Vancouver, BC)
        2. OverDrive (Toronto, ON)
        3. Vortex (Vancouver, BC)

        1. Nomads (Vancouver/Victoria, BC)
        2. GLUM (Ottawa, ON)
        3. FIGJAM (Calgary, AB)

    Sunday’s Winners: 
        1. Capitals (Ottawa/Toronto, ON)
        2. Traffic (Vancouver, BC)
        3. QUB (Quebec City, QC)

        1. Furious George (Vancouver, BC)
        2. GOAT (Toronto/Ottawa, ON)
        3. Phoenix (Ottawa, ON)

        1. Team Fisher Price (Vancouver, BC)
        2. Odyssée (Montreal, QC)
        3. Onyx (Quebec City, QC)

    Open: Morgan Hibbert
    Mixed: Jeremy Norden
    Women's: Alyson Walker
    Masters: Al Nicholls
    Juniors: Mira Donaldson

    Junior All Stars:
    In 2011 the Ultimate Canada development committee would like to acknowledge top juniors from across the country.  In order to do this, the junior all-star awards were created where each team selected its top male and female player from the CUC.  Read on about the stars of tomorrow on the Ultimate Canada website. Below are this year's winners:
    Shock: Greg Moore & Mira Donaldson
    Overdrive: Jaret Meron & Bailee Davis
    Vortex: Gagn Chatha & Christina Grant
    Misfit: Neilson Koerner-Safrata & Tammy Chou
    MOFO: Colin Toews & Karen Hatch
    TQ: Jean-Christophe Germain & Kelly Carboneau
    CUJO: Mike Osmond & Tate Thorton
    Conspiracy: Olivier St-Denis & Naomi Lavallé
    Rolling Thunder: Kent Engano & Naomi Morcilla
    Kerozen: Kevin Groulx & Nyma Prevost
    DOAP: Albert Yeung & Amy Lam
    Escape: Ryan Daley & Erin Brazeau
    Fringants: Samuel Dubé & Maorka Nguyen
    ResssureXion: Reid Zandbelt & Sara Lawlor
    bEAST: Everett Grunsky & Kini Do
    X2: Kinley Gee & Cami Rousseau

    1. bEAST
    2. Rolling Thunder
    3. Misfits

    1. Vintage
    2. Salty
    3. Fusion

    1. Maverick 
    2. NLA 
    3. GOAT

    1. Flood
    2. Scotch
    3. GLUM

    1. Odyssee
    2. Skysharks
    3. MuD

    Parking, Parking, and More Parking?

    posted Aug 11, 2011, 5:09 PM by Naomi Garneau   [ updated Aug 12, 2011, 3:59 AM by CUC 2011 ]

    CUC 2011 has turned out to be a hugely popular tournament. This is great for Ultimate but it makes parking at UPI a challenge. We expect a particularly high volume of cars on Saturday. To solve this issue, the organizing committee has added another satellite parking spot for spectators, volunteers, and players to use on Saturday. The new parking lot is at Rideau Carleton Raceway at 4837 Albion Road. A shuttle will carry people from Rideau Carleton Raceway to the fields at UPI.

    The parking lot at UPI is still available to cars with parking passes (please remember your pass!). Cars without passes may park at St. Mark High School (1040 Dozois Road) or at Rideau Carleton Raceway and take a short shuttle ride to UPI. As always, please try to car pool and encourage any spectators who may be coming out to do the same.

    Players staying downtown are encouraged to leave their cars behind and take the shuttle directly from either the Marriot Hotel or Ottawa University. Downtown shuttles begin at 6:30am. Shuttles for Juniors players are also available from Algonquin College.


    posted Aug 11, 2011, 11:30 AM by Naomi Garneau

    Updated as of  mid day August 12. View/download in PDF format.

    CUC Interview on CBC

    posted Aug 10, 2011, 8:26 AM by Naomi Garneau   [ updated Aug 10, 2011, 8:33 AM ]

    Ken Lange & Marcus Brady discussed ultimate Frisbee and the 25th year of CUC on Ottawa Morning Show, CBC Radio 1.

    Original air date: August 10, 2011, at 7:50am.
    Download MP3 or listen to it streaming on the CBC Radio 1 website.

    Live Coverage of CUC Finals - Sunday

    posted Aug 7, 2011, 7:51 PM by Naomi Garneau   [ updated Aug 7, 2011, 7:52 PM ]

    CUC 2011 is proud to announce that Sunday Finals (Women, Open, Mixed) will be broadcast as it happens on television in the Ottawa region and will be streamed worldwide in real-time on the web. 
    Be a part of the action: www.rogerstv.com/cuc2011.

    WFDF Announces Location of WUGC2012

    posted Aug 3, 2011, 4:26 PM by Naomi Garneau   [ updated Aug 3, 2011, 4:30 PM ]

    WFDF announces 2012 World Ultimate and Guts Championships to take place in Japan.

    The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) announced today that it has awarded the 2012 World Ultimate and Guts Championships (WUGC) to the Japan Flying Disc Association (JFDA). This quadrennial event will be hosted in the city of Sakai, Japan, 7-14 July 2012.

    Read more about the decision here: http://wfdf.org/

    What (else) to do in Ottawa

    posted Aug 2, 2011, 7:49 PM by CUC 2011   [ updated Aug 2, 2011, 8:13 PM by Naomi Garneau ]

    As if CUC 2011 isn't reason enough to love Ottawa, there are also tonnes of great things to do when you are not playing.  As Canada's capital, Ottawa is full of great museums, art galleries, and other windows into history.  However, we also know how to kick back and relax with drinks on the patio and restaurants to satisfy any culinary desire (and you get discounts at a bunch of them! There is so much to do in Ottawa that we can't list it all here but we did put together our top five things to do while you're not playing.  For more about what to do in Ottawa, you can also check out Ottawa Tourism’s website

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