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San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (9)

San Francisco Fury starts out in a side stack and times continuation cuts off of handler movement, making use of the full width of the field to score.

Endzone Offence

Sun 25 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (8)

Fury’s side stack offence makes good use of space to efficiently score in four throws.

Flow Offence

Sun 25 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (7)

Off of the pull, San Francisco Fury moves the disc downfield with handler resets and well-timed cuts to the break-side in a horizontal stack offence.

Flow Offence

Sun 25 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (6)

San Francisco Fury’s offence uses handler resets and well-timed cutter movement to take advantage of the break side and score.

Flow Offence

Fri 23 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (5)

Fury’s handlers patiently work their way into the endzone by swinging the disc and using break throws.

Endzone Offence

Fri 23 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (4)

Fury’s offence scores with cuts timed off of handler movement.

Endzone Offence

Fri 23 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (3)

Fury uses active marking and tight person defence to put pressure on the offence and limit their downfield movement.

Defence

Fri 23 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (2)

Fury’s handler defence earns them the disc, and Fury gets a break by moving the disc from sideline to sideline.

Defence

Fri 23 Oct 2020

San Francisco Fury, US Open 2018 (1)

After moving the disc downfield in a horizontal stack, Fury transitions into a vertical stack and uses throwing fakes and the full width of the field to score.

Endzone Offence

Fri 23 Oct 2020

Angle and Tilt

Adjusting the angle and tilt of the disc before throwing will have a significant effect on the flight path and speed of your throw.

Drill

Tue 13 Oct 2020

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