I’ve made the difficult decision to cancel The Great Vancouver 5 on 5 tournament.
We’re fortunate to live in a region with so many options for great tournaments. The VUL has a tournaments page where it lists regional tournaments, so check that out!
I’m not sure if I’ll start another tournament in the future, but I haven’t ruled it out…
For 2017 I’ve decided to take a step back from running ulti tournaments. Instead, I’ve embarked on a different venture that I’m really stoked about…
I started a blog called Create Good Mornings.
It’s about how to live better by making the most of the first several hours of your day. I write about morning rituals, awareness, productivity, work routines, fulfillment, mindfulness and everything in between. I also draw really crappy drawings at the level of a 6 year old, because that’s my current ability…
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What’s 5 on 5 all about?
5 on 5 is fast paced and engaging – you sub on the fly and each player gets more touches of the disc . This is a fun competitive co-ed tournament with a 3m:2f gender ratio. You should have 13-14 players but many teams even prefer 15-16.