We created UltiCoach to do our part to improve the sport of ultimate and contribute to its continued growth.
Allowing beginners to learn ultimate in a straightforward, challenging and fun way and pushing veteran players to further improve their performance on the field.
By improving the level of competition, Ultimate will continue to attract new players and open people’s eyes to what is a truly challenging, rewarding, and exciting sport. We believe high quality training resources and hard work will push Ultimate further onto the world stage.
We love Ultimate and we put our passion for the sport into UltiCards, Playbooks, and our iOS and Android apps.
See you on the field somewhere! Train hard and have fun!
We've playing and coaching Ultimate for over 25 years. Our mission is to help individuals and teams improve their skills, understanding and enjoyment of the sport. We love Ultimate and want UltiCoach to contribute to its growth around the world.
The UltiCoach team has success at the highest levels of the sport. Together, the UltiCoach team has:
AUDL Champion 2013, Toronto RUSH, Head-Coach (undefeated season)
AUDL 2nd place 2014, Toronto RUSH, Head-Coach
Canadian National Champion, TORO (Boys U18)
Evan began playing ultimate in 1993 in Toronto and hasn't stopped since. Moving to Victoria B.C in 1996 he played ultimate, went to school and enjoyed the west coast lifestyle. Toronto drew him back, for the formation of GOAT in 2002. After 9 years, including many successes, failures, and once in a lifetime moments it was time to move on. Known for long throws and holding the disc too long, his number was retired in 2010. Currently he coaches the Toronto RUSH (2013 AUDL Champions, 2014 2nd Place), Canadian National Champion, TORO (Boys U18 club team hailing from Toronto) and is the assistant coach of Canada's 2015 U23 National team
Carla DiFilippo - Capitals
Canadian Nationals Champion, 2009 (Lotus)
USAU Championships, 2nd Place, 2010 (Capitals)
World Championships (WUGC2012) Bronze Medal (Women's)
U23 World Championships, 3nd Place, assistant coach (Canada Womens)
U19 World Championships 2nd Place, assistant coach (Canada Womens)
Carla has been playing Ultimate since 2006. Quickly grasping the game and putting in the extra work needed, she won her first Canadian Nationals in 2009 with Lotus. Her desire and commitment to Ultimate paid off once again in 2010, when she had the opportunity to play in the finals of the USAU club championships as a member of the Capitals. In addition to playing Ultimate, Carla dedicates much of her time to coaching at the high school and junior club levels. Her lifelong commitment to sport and coaching has been a valuable asset to the UltiCards team.
Nick began playing ultimate in 1993 in Toronto. He played 8 years in Toronto leagues before moving to Asia in 2002. Since then he has had the pleasure of playing and winning ultimate tournaments in Bali, Shanghai, Taiwan, Manilla, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Korea. He has been an active member of an expanding Asian ultimate scene and contributed to the growth of Ultimate in Taiwan, where he lives. His idea of a vacation is flying back to Toronto for a few months of summer league with good friends on his favorite team, REDI.
Britt started learning how to play Ultimate at Davidson University, where members of the team struggled to fix his awkward two-handed backhand throw. Upon graduating, he found himself in the same position as virtually every graduate - jobless with no real plan. So he packed the bags and relocated to Taiwan, where he's been living ever since. He's played in numerous tournaments in Asia for the past few years, and he co-founded a mixed team based in Taipei. When he's not playing Ultimate, watching Ultimate videos, or just generally thinking about Ultimate, he's, well, working? Sleeping? Who knows...
Born in St. Petersburg, Russia. Was introduced to the sport of ultimate by Swedish frisbee delegation touring around eastern Europe. Won a number of Russian Championships, played with Team Russia at European and World Championships, at different times played on swedish, czech and ukrainian club teams. Has two Canadian College championships titles. In 2008 as part of team Canada won Gold medal at World Championships in Vancouver. Currently resides in Toronto and plays on team GOAT.
Canadian Ultimate: Champion 2002, 2006, 2010
US National Championships: Semis 2007; quarters 2008, 2011, 2012
WFDF/WUGC: Gold 2004, 2008; bronze 2012
World Games: Alternate 2006, fourth 2010
Canadian University Ultimate: Champion in 1998
John started playing ultimate in 1997 with some buddies at McMaster University. After getting hooked on the sport, he joined YES – a Toronto-based club team that morphed into GOAT in 2002. A proud member and long-time captain of GOAT, John was part of the push to put Toronto ultimate on the map in the US series. John was also a member of the Canada national team, competing in several World Ultimate and Guts Championships and the World Games. In 2012, John retired from touring to focus on playing with Redi, a fabled league team in Toronto.
Player: 10 years of club nationals (2 championships), 3 appearances at worlds (1 junior championship), 2 years of high school ultimate (Paideia School), 5 years of college ultimate (4 years Carleton, 1 year UW, 1 Callahan award), Team USA 2005 (World Games gold medalist).
Coach: 2 years ass't coach USA junior girls' team, 3 years Seattle Small Fryz (2011 Paideia Cup Champions), 3 years high school (1 year Lakeside School, 2 SAAS), 7 years Seattle Moho, 2 years YCC coach (2005 girls' champion), Director of Coaching at Ultimate Peace, Seattle Youth Ultimate Camp
Player: Seattle Moho, Seattle YCC (2005 champions), Seattle Voodoo, Seattle Sockeye (2nd place at Worlds), Western Washington Dirt
Coach: Seattle YCC 2006, Ultimate Peace Coach (2009-present), Team Israel Junior Boys Head Coach (Worlds 2010), Seattle Youth Ultimate Camps