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Around 9

Around 9 is a basically simple, highly enjoyable target game. It can be played by many or a few It develops hand-eye coordination and depth perception It requires minimum space It requires little or no supervision It involves a relatively low budget installation with high use factor It permits either formal competition or informal play

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World War Free

The Flying Disc Answer To Armed Conflict Object of the Game: To have fun, running about while throwing and catching discs with a large number of others. It’s also possible to score points by throwing discs into the opponents’ goal. Number of Players: Thirty to seventy-five players per team works best, but games have been

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Wheelchair Ultimate

There are no referees. Each player is responsible for knowing the rules and calling their own violations as well as resolving any disputes themselves. Mutual respect is a necessary element for the game to work. Players try to advance the frisbee down the court by passing it back and forth to their teammates. A player must

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Beach Ultimate

Beach Ultimate is variant of grass Ultimate. The rules are the same with the exception that Beach Ultimate is played on a smaller field (75x25m) and is generally played 5-a-side. There is also a 4-on-4 version that is slowly gaining popularity. The first Beach Ultimate tournament was in 1986 in Texas. In 1989 the first

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Disc Golf Football

Objective: To score a field goal or touchdown in the least amount of attempts Playing Space: Football field Rules of Play: Similar to football, you can only advance up the field if you complete the play. A play involves throwing at a target (could be a disc golf basket, a cone, a tone, etc…). In

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D-Hoops

HOW DO I PLAY? D-Hoops Equipment At least one official D-Hoops Rim, and one official D-Hoops disc. D-Hoops Court Layout The Court: D-Hoops was designed to utilize the measurements of a regulation basketball court, and can be played either full court or half court. In a full court game, one D-Hoop rim is attached to

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