Frisbee Rob and Sailor broke the record for the Longest Catch at a Live Sporting Event when they had a 109 yard throw & catch at the Stamps halftime show.
Much of my skill in frisbee was developed before I ever threw my first disc - growing up as a multi sports athlete.
I love golf. Which by extension means I love disc golf too because in many ways it's the same sport, but instead of hitting a ball into a hole, you throw a disc into a basket.
Robert McLeod, an ultimate frisbee player and coach from Calgary will be travelling to Fort Collins, Colorado on July 18 to compete in the 2011 WFDF World Flying Disc Championships. McLeod, who has been throwing frisbees for 11 years, is one of two Canadians travelling…
Robert McLeod, an ultimate frisbee player and coach from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, will be travelling to Fort Collins, Colorado on July 18 to compete in the 2011 WFDF World Overall Flying Disc Championships. McLeod, who has been throwing frisbees for 11 years, is one of…
Eleven years ago, I bought a frisbee at the University of Alberta’s club week from the University of Alberta Ultimate team. I started throwing that disc in a field close to my aunt + uncle’s house and would throw 3-4 nights per week for an…
The Frisbee Chronicles
Will Rob's aerodynamic frisbee mastery outdo Feynman's scientific prowess? Or will Feynman's quantum mechanics give him an edge in this unusual duel?
Will Rob's finesse with a frisbee outshine Cecilia's celestial knowledge? Or will the cosmos prove to be a tougher opponent than any Frisbee Champion?
Frisbee Rob is stepping out of his comfort zone, embarking on a journey to challenge none other than the renowned astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson!
In a thrilling encounter that fuses the worlds of science and sports, our very own Frisbee Rob takes on the legendary Bill Nye the Science Guy.
Rob, with his frisbee in hand, challenges Aquinas' profound theories on God's existence, natural law, the harmony of faith & reason, Summa Theologica, and the Doctrine of Analogy.
Frisbee Rob steps into the arena, armed with nothing but his quick wit and trusty frisbee. Up against him is the legendary Ada Lovelace, the Enchantress of Numbers, and the pioneer of computer programming.