Kim Spragg was not meant to play in the Australian Ultimate League this season. But time spent away from the sport and a chance opportunity means she is enjoying her Ultimate more than ever.
Annie Jessop may be new to the Australian Ultimate League, but she already has chemistry with her Perth Power teammates.
Sport has always been in Chris Stoddard’s blood. But the Melbourne Flames 2019 recruit found his groove in Ultimate and loves the challenges that mixed gender sport provides.
The Adelaide Dragons will be hoping some Kiwi flair will boost their Australian Ultimate League chances in 2019.
Sydney Suns’ Holly Reeve may be young, but she is already cementing herself as the Ms Fix It of Ultimate Frisbee in Australia.
Brett Matzuka may be an all-American Ultimate superstar today, but his journey started in Brisbane – where he will return this AUL season as a serious weapon for the Breakers.
Play smarter not harder – that is the key to winning in the AUL for Adelaide Dragons player Michaela Dunmall.
Little did Mark Evans know that a chance promotion by Coca-Cola Amatil would lead to a long and distinguished career as an Australian representative athlete. Born in England but raised in Sydney, Mark was always a big sports fan and loved tennis and water polo – earning representative honours in both sports. He will line…
To be the best, you have to beat the best. Which is why Rachel Turton has packed her bags and moved to Australia all the way from Liverpool, UK to compete in the Australian Ultimate League in 2019. Rachel was selected in the AUL draft at pick #10 for the Canberra Freeze and she will…