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Why Ultimate Frisbee should be an Olympic sport

Once the sport of choice of America's counter culture disciples, it is now a highly competitive game

By Arthur Goodhart  

In this photo taken Aug. 12, 2015, Manitowoc Ultimate Frisbee Concern's Josh Babcock stretches to catch a disc passed by his teammate during a match with Sheboygan Ultimate in the bowl of Wilson Junior High School in Manitowoc, Wis. About 30 participants came to play the match. (Yi-Chin Lee/The Sheboygan Press via AP) NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT

Five times a week I summon the energy to leave my student house in Nottingham…

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