Paganello 2006

Yes, it’s time!
From 13 to 17 april 2006, there will be Paganello 2006!!!

On the Rimini beach, more than 1.200 ultimate players (96 teams) and more of 42 freestylers will compete.

A big Village, 5 parties, a big Circus Tent, the mythical "red carpet"…all it will be ready, for you, because we want Paganello will be an entusiastic and magic experience for all.

I’m very happy, this year, because a lot of players will come, from Hungary, Germany, USA, Suisse, Italy… and a lot will have their first Paganello-experience.

But, most importantly, a lot will be at their first-competition-experience: very young players (from 14 to 20 years old), will compete, and they will try the great (and strong) emotion to play with and versus their "idols" : Tom Leitner, example, or Reto Zimmermann, or Clay Collerá…

Well, I’m happy: so big number of players (and probably other freestylers will come, so 42 is only the number "for now"), a lot of new players, a lot of energy:

Paganello will be ready to be your crazy, lovely, funny home, for 5 days!

Have a nice day.


FPAW2006: Google Earth View

Kolja Hanneman has programmed a file for Google Earth that will let you see all the sites of Berlin. Now you can be familiar with the city before you arrive for FPAW2006.
Right click the image to download the .kmz file, then load it into Google Earth. If your browser renames it with a txt suffix, just rename the file so it ends in .kmz.

The best color for a disc

Hi jammers out there!

I have two questions to the community:

1. Which tournaments are counted as majors?

2. I’d like to start a discussion: What’s the best color for a disc?

I know we had a poll about that on shrednow already and a discussion on jammers on the net recently and it seems like, that the majority of jammers favors white discs. But why? Because you seem them better during the dusk?
For me the most important feature is the slickness of a disc. That’s why i prefer yellow discs. I feel that in most cases the spin lasts longer with them.
And that’s another interesting point to me: why only in most cases? Sometimes I buy a really good disc and I think: o.k. let’s buy five more, but then the rest is "crap". Why is that? I don’t get it! I’m curious about your answers,