The TUC Shop: DVDs
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2008 UPA Club Ultimate Championships
Every fall the UPA hosts their premier event, the Club Ultimate Championships, in Sarasota, FL. The 2008 event saw a new open champion emerge as JAM won their first ever title in a thrilling victory over Boston's Ironside. In the women's division, Fury and Riot once again battled for the UPA title in what will go down as one of the most shocking finals in UPA history. This 3 hour DVD features round by round and finals coverage of all four divisions plus an action packed highlight reel.
2007 Canadian Ultimate Championships
Hosted right in our very backyard this special DVD set includes filming from all 5 division finals of Canada's National Championships. Toronto teams participated in 4 of the 5 finals. It features footage including:
Watch Toronto's GOAT and Lotus in their respective finals at the 2006 Canadian Ultimate Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
This DVD is a fast paced, exhilarating and dramatic presentation of the event, including comprehensive highlights of the Open and Women's divisions, as well as highlights of the Mixed and Masters finals.
Gender Blender is the biggest ultimate party of the year. If you’ve been to Gender Blender, you want to go back. If you haven’t been to Gender Blender, you want to go.
Gender Blender is part Woodstock, part Burning Man and part Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Gender Blender 2004: a documentary was shot at Gender Blender 2004, with three cameras following three storylines:
The stories interweave through the weekend, giving a full perspective of the happenings at Gender Blender.
Gender Blender 2004: a documentary is not about the rules or origins of the sport, or a TSN style presentation of the outcome of a tournament. Gender Blender 2004: a documentary about the people who play ultimate. It’s about the culture of Ultimate. It’s about a weekend tournament where partying is just as important as winning, if not more.
Gender Blender encapsulates all the reasons people play Ultimate. If anyone asks you “Why do you play Ultimate?” show Gender Blender 2004: a documentary.