- Eastern Washington Ultimate
- 85:1 day(s):hour(s):minute(s)
- United States (Cheney)
The record for the longest ultimate flying disc marathon is 85 hours 1 minute and was set by Eastern Washington Ultimate (USA) of Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington, USA, on 22–25 March 2013. The record was verified by the World Flying Disc Federation.
Comprising 30 players (with seven-player teams on a rotating shift), the match kicked off at 9.59 a.m. on 22 March and ended at 11 p.m. on 25 March.
One of the players who took the 1.30 p.m. to 1.30 a.m. shift, Melissa Cogburn, commented: “What made it bad was it was cold and miserable. We were all determined to push our bodies past what we were able to handle."
The full list of players comprised: TEAM WHITE: Zack Ranck, Levi Fuller, Maria Claxton, Jeff Kaufman, Anthony Gossard, Josh Diacogiannis, Jon Rubertas, Daniel Gimbel, Mike Price, Austin Davis, Jen Cogburn, Jake Howell, Michael O’Neill, Carl Chan and Neil Campbell. TEAM BLACK: Alex Ho, Andrew Raynor, Mike Beacham, Cameron Calbeck, Aaron Bracht, Nate Johnston, Spencer Bron, Melissa Cogburn, Cody Vanderlin, Christa Gentili, Austen Davis, Braden Nash, Adam Gaulke, Kerina Weinbach and James Robin.