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Ultimate History - Updates for 2011 [message #107133] Fri, 11 November 2011 23:16 Go to next message
Joe Seidler
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Registered: September 2008
Location: San Francisco
Senior Member
I have updated a few Ultimate History items reflecting results from
2011. Please let me know if you see any errors or omissions.
Thank you

Individual Special Accomplishments:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/specialaccomplishments/Specia lAccomplishments.pdf
(This link will download a pdf file.)

National Champion Rosters:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/championsnational/Rosters_Nat lChampions.pdf
(This link will download a pdf file.)

World Beach Champion Rosters:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/championsworldbeach/Rosters_W orldChampionsBeach.pdf
(This link will download a pdf file.)

Summary of City Rankings for National Championships:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/teamcityrankings/Pg/citiessum maryrecap.html

Ultimate Teams Photo Gallery:
http://gallery.mac.com/joeseidler#100699
Re: Ultimate History - Updates for 2011 [message #107400 is a reply to message #107133] Fri, 18 November 2011 00:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joe Seidler
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Registered: September 2008
Location: San Francisco
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The best Open Club teams ever, as measured by their performance at Nationals, remain DoG (1994-2002) and NYNY (1987-1993). It's going to be a very long time before any other Open Club team has a chance to catch them:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/championsnational/results/tea mcitystats.html

Although Lady Godiva (1995-2002) still holds a slim lead over Fury (2005-2011) as the best Club Women's team ever, as measured by their performance at Nationals, Fury may move to the top position next year:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/championsnational/results/tea mcitystatswomen.html

Boston remains way ahead of the pack as the city with the best overall Club Open teams Nationals performances. And the SF Bay Area is in a solid 2nd place:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/teamcityrankings/Pg/citystats clubopen.html

Boston and the SF Bay Area again hold the #1 and #2 positions as the cities with the best overall Club Women's teams Nationals performances:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/teamcityrankings/Pg/citystats clubwomen.html

If you just consider National Championships (and not Nationals finalist and semifinalist finishes as the results above do), the city rankings for Open and Women's Club teams changes a bit:
http://www.ultimatehistory.com/teamcityrankings/Pg/cities.ht ml
Re: Ultimate History - Updates for 2011 [message #107410 is a reply to message #107133] Fri, 18 November 2011 05:06 Go to previous message
Reggie Fanelli
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Registered: September 2011
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On Nov 12, 2:16 am, Joe Seidler <j...@seidler.com> wrote:
~~~~~

---i've combed over this thread that's 6 days old....
i don't see anything about myself....but i KNOW that i'm alllllll up
in that book.
gorg southernfried....did YOU get in it?
?maybe as a upsa bored member....or as a boring upsa member?
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