Analysed Teams Seattle Riot 11 articles

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Seattle Riot, All-Star Ultimate Tour 2015 (3)

Seattle Riot’s cutters and handlers make space for each other and time their cuts well to move the disc quickly and score.

All-Star Ultimate Tour 2015

Endzone Offence

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Lateral Cuts

Switching

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Riot, WUCC 2014 (3)

Riot quickly beat a poach set by swinging the disc, attacking laterally then hitting a crossfield deep throw

Horizontal Stack

Poaching

WUCC 2014

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Riot, WUCC 2014 (2)

Seattle Riot use just three throws to get the disc from the trap sideline to the end zone , demonstrating the importance of breaking the mark

Horizontal Stack

WUCC 2014

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Riot, WUCC 2014 (1)

As Riot fielded the pull, they found themselves facing a lane sag defence to combat their horizontal stack. By swinging the disc, they were able to set up a deep strike which they quickly converted with a dish.

Horizontal Stack

Poaching

Short Hucks

WUCC 2014

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Seattle Riot, All-Star Ultimate Tour 2015 (2)

Seattle Riot’s handler resets and cutting patterns in a horizontal stack take advantage of the break side to score.

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

Peppermill

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Seattle Riot, All-Star Ultimate Tour 2015 (1)

Seattle Riot’s handlers and cutters work together to use the full width of the field to score from mid-field in three throws.

All-Star Ultimate Tour 2015

Endzone Offence

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

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Riot, US Nationals 2016 (5)

Watch Riot show off a range of moves to repeatedly recycle the disc under pressure and put themselves into the 2016 final.

Endzone Offence

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

USA Nationals 2016

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Riot, US Nationals 2016 (3)

Not all points are plain-sailing. Here, Riot initiate movement by clearing a poached handler, then pick apart the poachy defence of Fury before setting up an isolation for the goal

Flow Offence

USA Nationals 2016

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Riot, US Nationals 2016 (2)

Riot show two different methods of moving the disc off the sideline, exploiting continuation cuts on both occasions, before their flow is stopped by a foul.

1-6 Vertical Stack

Handler Resets

USA Nationals 2016

Vertical Stack

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Riot, US Nationals 2016

Riot create a lot of space with their vertical stack, allowing them to be patient and only strike when the circumstances are right.

USA Nationals 2016

Vertical Stack

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Riot, Pro-Flight Finale 2015

Here we see Riot move the disc through their handlers before taking a deep shot opportunity

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack