Frisbee freestyle is an art/sport that combines the creativity of dance & juggling, the discipline of a martial art, and one of mans earliest desires, the ability to fly. The first frisbee championships were held in 1974 after a basketball player adapted spinning a basketball on his finger to spinning a flying disc, and the nail delay was born. Being able to control the spinning disc on the finger led to many new moves and styles of play which are still being developed throughout Europe and America today.
In Freestyle Frisbee there are no set rules about how to do a move, players are encouraged to create new moves and to develop their own style. Freestyling or 'jamming' can at times be like an art form - when a player is no longer thinking about the moves and is just flowing with the disc. This game is analogous to music improvisation: we come to the table with a set of skills, informed by our personality and begin a dialog that becomes a language of its own.
Relentless Freestyle is the video series that I edited, culled from footage that I shot at tournaments in 1999, 2000, & 2005. This is state of the art freestyle featuring some of the best players on the planet.