I’ve been spending the last two weeks in the maritimes speaking to kids and teaching frisbee in schools. I introduce and demonstrate Disc Golf, Ultimate, Guts, the Overall and Dog Disc. In addition, I’ve gotten to meet lots of disc golfers and hear about the short history of the sport in Atlantic Canada.Read More »Noah Higgins Representing Canada at Junior World Championships
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I was interviewed for Men’s Fitness magazine on a piece about throwing a frisbee. This was in response to a reader and I was honoured that they reached out to me!Read More »Men’s Fitness Magazine May 2017
Students at Lochearn Elementary School in Rocky Mountain House are in for a treat this week when they receive a visit from 6-time Guinness World Record holder Rob “Frisbee Rob” McLeod, who is a motivational speaker and frisbee ambassador from Calgary.
Thanks to John Cairns from the Battleford News-Optimist for the story about my recent visit to Bready Elementary School in North Battleford, Saskatchewan!Read More »Guinness-record-holding Frisbee thrower in North Battleford
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A few local elementary schools are in for a treat this week when they receive a visit from 6-time Guinness World Record holder Rob “Frisbee Rob” McLeod, who is a motivational speaker, frisbee ambassador and possibilitarian living in Calgary.
Frisbee-throwing champion Rob McLeod and his canine teammate have been spending the winter showing children their new book and encouraging healthier living away from electronics.… Read More »Woodstock native and Frisbee-catching dog teaching kids to be healthier
I spent two days this past week at West Dover, an elementary school in Calgary, speaking to students from Kindergarten to Grade 5 about being unique, embracing differences, dealing with bullying, finding a passion and treating others with respect. After my presentation, over the course of 2 days, I had the opportunity to teach frisbee to all 300 students, which was great because the school actually ordered enough frisbees so that each student got to have one! Knowing this, I was especially focused on making sure the students learned the basics of throwing & catching and what was possible with a frisbee (over 100 different throws and the various disc sports they could play).Read More »Embracing Differences – Lessons Learned from a Grade 2/3 Class