It's called "ultimate" frisbee for a reason.
During a recent game between the Seattle Sockeye and the Boulder-based club Johnny Bravo Ultimate, B.J. Sefton showed just how exciting the sport can be. The Sockeye were ahead, 5-3, when Reid Koss whipped a long throw to Sefton. The disk was slightly ahead of Sefton, and both Sefton and Bravo defender Josh Ackley laid out for the frisbee. Sefton used every inch of his 6-foot-1 frame to leap over Ackley and make the catch.
Check it out:
The Sockeye went on to beat Bravo, 15-11, and take the Labor Day Championship.