Ultimate At All Ages: Teaching Numbers with “Fast Count!”

Long time Breeze supporter and season ticket holder Michael Hechter recently published “Fast Count!”, an illustrated board book that teaches toddlers how to count. Here’s his story of how the book came to be. Once Upon A Time, In the fall of 2014 I became a first-time father. Isaac, now 2 years old, is the offspring of two ultimate-playing parents who met while playing ultimate. My wife Rachel and I…

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Episode 22: Hot Air 2017 #2 w/ Jonathan Neeley

Podcast host Greg Esser chats with 2014 & 2016 Breeze regular Jonathan Neeley to discuss the workload involved to be an elite ultimate player in 2017, the new Breeze | Truck Stop partnership, the upcoming pro season, tryouts, teammates, the big 4/22 matchup against the Raleigh Flyers and, well, everything else.

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Breeze Teach Ultimate To Eleanor Roosevelt HS PE Classes

The DC Breeze have been hard at work this off-season hosting a number of clinics around the greater Washington metropolitan area. Earlier this month, Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, MD hosted Breeze players and staff as Physical Education guest instructors. The volunteers welcomed over 300 students to the world of Ultimate, teaching skills and techniques in a clinic format to seven separate P.E. classes. It was another successful clinic…

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#WonderWomanWednesday: American University’s Dirty Ladies

Inspired by National Girls and Women in Sports day, this profile is part of a series highlighting local women’s college ultimate teams. The American University (AU) Dirty Ladies (DL) might lead the American Ultimate Disc League to issue a copyright challenge. This group of intelligent, hard working, fun loving, and inclusive girls strive to improve every day on and off the field. The Dirty Ladies travel together, socialize together, and like…

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