Jimmy Mickle vs Frank Huguenard – forehand mechanics comparison

After some heated discussions on reddit, this video compares the contrasting throwing styles between Jimmy Mickle and Frank Hugenard.      


Colombia WG2017 – Analysis of a Gender-Weighted Offence

In this video from the 2017 World Games we’re going to look at how Colombia adapt their offence to effectively counter the one-to-one defence Poland play against them. Interview with … Continue Reading →


Quick analysis: EMO switch v Clapham, Tour 2 2017

Transcript: Good switch initiated with gesticulation Switched-with player showed no urgency to close down new mark. Perfect opportunity for second switch missed – two Clapham players are currently being sandwiched … Continue Reading →


Japan v USA – every end-zone throw to Taiyo Arakawa, plus brief analysis

Transcript: Most notable in this video is the angle Arakawa takes when cutting deep. Conventional deep-cutting wisdom states that deep cuts should be made in a straight line aimed at … Continue Reading →


Flags

Flags 2-7 players Flags is a simple game which adds training elements to a throw around. It will expose your weaknesses and challenge your strengths. Set out two markers (water … Continue Reading →


EUMCC 2017 with Moonwalkers

This weekend I won a bronze medal at the Euro Masters Club Championships in Frankfurt, playing hex with a mostly Belgian team – Moonwalkers! Tof, who captains the Belgian team … Continue Reading →


Clapham v Chevron – Analysis of dominant defence leading to a footblock

Transcript: In this video I’ll look at Clapham’s intense defence which results in a turnover against Chevron at a critical point in the Tour 3 2017 Final. First look at … Continue Reading →


WUGC2016: Japan v USA – Every turnover of the match analysed

Audio/video analysis of each of the nine turnovers in the Worlds Final from last year. Transcript: In this video I’m going to look individually at each of the nine turnovers … Continue Reading →


Japan v USA – Analysis of USA defensive confusion allowing Matsuno score

Trying out a new style of analysis which I hope to use more in the future. Japan move the disc away from the end zone they are attacking; defensive confusion … Continue Reading →


WCBU 2017: Playing for GB Men’s Masters

I returned from the World Championships of Beach Ultimate 2017 a couple of weeks ago. The journey started back in September last year when trials were announced. I originally signed … Continue Reading →