Ultimate - The First Four Decades
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Our Price: $ 99.99
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The first Ultimate frisbee history book (released in Dec. 2005) chronicling the
complete history of the sport of Ultimate, from 1968 to the present - containing
over 200 pages, tons of photos, lists of national and world champions, national
champion team rosters and a 90 min. DVD with interviews with the founders of the
sport and never before seen Ultimate footage. Also included are chapters on Ultimate
Leagues in North America and how Ultimate started in countries around the world.
"ULTIMATE--The First Four Decades" documents the interesting characters who shaped
the history of the sport, from Hollywood movie producer Joel Silver, who helped
invent the game at Columbia High School in Maplewood, N.J., to Bill Nye, The Science
Guy, who played during his days at Cornell. The stories of the gifted and dedicated
athletes and teams who have led the sport, both in the U.S. and abroad, are highlighted
in the book along with its Spirit of the Game philosophy. It was written and edited
by respected authors and longtime Ultimate players Pasquale Anthony Leonardo and
Adam Zagoria. This large format "coffee table" book will give you the history
and traditions of the sport that make it so important to so many people. And if
your child plays, this book would make a great gift. NEW!!
- This book is out of print and is a rare collector edition.