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Check out the u24 Worlds 2019 articles below to find out how the top teams in the world do it!

USA, u24 Worlds (4)

After a stoppage, USA work their handler reset patterns to keep the disc moving and generate scoring opportunities.

Endzone Offence

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Japan u24 Worlds (4)

Japan use a 1-6 vertical stack to generate a break

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Vertical Stack

USA, u24 Worlds (3)

After generating a turn in their own endzone, USA go end-to-end with a flowing offence that uses handler movement & cutters to move the disc laterally three times.

Endzone Offence

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

Lateral Cuts

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Japan, u24 Worlds 2019 (3)

Japan swing the disc multiple times, attack with open and break side cuts, and use a range of handler resets to score.

Handler Resets

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Vertical Stack

Japan, u24 Worlds 2019 (2)

After generating a block on a USA deep throw, Japan quickly move the disc to the far sideline, isolating a cutter for a deep score

Fast Break

Power Position

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USA, u24 Worlds 2019 (2)

USA patiently wait for an opportunity to strike deep, using a dish move to generate power position

Power Position

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Japan, u24 Worlds 2019 (1)

Japan show repetition of some staple movements; downfield cutters, sideline resets, & lateral continuation cuts using the Cyclone offence, along with lots of patience and solid fundamentals.

Endzone Offence

Fielding the Pull

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

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USA, u24 Worlds 2019 (1)

Utilising good use of space, USA work the disc using both handlers and cutters in an excellent demonstration of horizontal stack offence

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

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