World Flying Disc Federation

The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) is the international sports federation responsible for world governance of flying disc (frisbee) sports, including Ultimate, Beach Ultimate, Disc Golf, Freestyle, Guts and Individual Events. WFDF is a federation of 103 member associations, which represent flying disc sports and their athletes in more than 100 countries. WFDF is an International Federation recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and the International University Sports Federation (FISU). It is also a member of the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF), the Association of IOC Recognised International Sports Federations (ARISF), the International World Games Association (IWGA), the International Masters Games Association (IMGA) and the Association for the International Sport for All (TAFISA). As the international governing body for the sport of flying disc, WFDF has the responsibility for sanctioning world championship and other international flying disc events, establishing uniform rules, and setting standards for and recording of world records. It acts: to promote and protect the “spirit of the game” of flying disc play; to encourage flying disc play throughout the world and foster the establishment of new national flying disc associations, advising them on all flying disc activities and general management; to promote and raise public awareness of and lobby for official recognition of flying disc play as sport; and to provide an international forum for discussion of all aspects of flying disc play.

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Most cones hit with flying discs in one minute

The most cones hit with flying discs in one minute is 13, and was achieved by Brodie Smith (USA) in Brooklyn, New York, USA, on 11 Oct 2017. On the same day, Brodie also set the record for farthest flying disc target throw, successfully netting a flying disc into a basketball hoop from a distance of 46.33 m (152 ft).