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Ultimate Canada – August 13, Edmonton – Hundreds of ultimate players have descended on Ivor Dent Sports Park over the past week to flick, huck, and layout in hopes of becoming National champions. The Canadian Ultimate Championships (CUC) close on Sunday with the Open and Women’s divisions gold medal games.

At CUC, four divisions each crown national champions; open, women’s, masters and juniors. The junior division champions were determined on Wednesday and master’s division champions named on Saturday. The women and open finals will be played at 10:00am and 12:00pm, respectively, at Jasper Place Bowl.

Ultimate (Frisbee), is one of the fastest growing sports in the country with more than 40,000 players in Canada. Nearly 2,000 athletes participated in the 2016 Canadian Ultimate Championships in Edmonton.

Open: Grand Trunk (ON) v General Strike (MB)
Women: Sneaky House Hippos (BC) v Fusion (MB)

Junior Open
Gold: Masters of Flying Objects (MB)
Silver: TORO (ON)
Bronze: Bonfire (BC)
Spirit Winner: Fallout (AB)
Finals MVP: Quinn Snider, M.O.F.O

Junior Women

Gold: Misfit (BC)

Silver: Alpha (BC)

Bronze: TORO (ON)

Spirit Winner: TORO (ON)

Finals MVP: Angel Lee, Misfit

Bronze: Mio Grape (BC)
Spirit: Maverick (ON)


Bronze: Flurry (AB)
Spirit: Fusion (MB)

Open Masters
Gold: NSOM (QC)
Silver: Grizzle (BC)
Bronze: Carbon (AB)
Spirit: Carbon (AB)

Women’s Masters

Gold: Throwback (AB)
Silver: Eclipse (ON)
Bronze: DYNA (AB)
Spirit: Homegirl (BC), MASH (AB)

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