Just like in any other sport, there are boundaries around the field. However, if the disc flies past the boundaries, it is not necessarily out of bounds yet. Quality players curve the disc out of bounds and back in and, if caught in bounds, is still considered in and good. If a player jumps from in bounds and catches and throws the disc in play, before he hits the ground, that is considered in and good (this is commonly known as "the greatest" due to its difficulty to accomplish). Once the disc hits the ground out of play or a player catches the disc out of bounds, it is considered a dead disc.
Also recognize that if the disc hits the ground, in the field or past the boundaries, it is a turnover and the other team picks up the disc.
No, no physical contact is allowed in Ultimate Frisbee. That would be considered a foul and the play would reset.
Ultimate Frisbee is not considered an Olympic sport because it's a fairly young sport. However, Ultimate is recognized by the Olympic Committee
A "touchdown" or "goal" is considered one point in Ultimate Frisbee. Games are commonly played up to thirteen points.
Ultimate Frisbee is the correct way to spell it.
Ultimate Frisbee Came From Columbia High School
No, that would be considered a "travel" and the play would reset. To be considered a fair toss and not a travel, the disc would have to completely leave your hands.
The type of defense in ultimate frisbee is defending.
disc, ultimate frisbee, flatball, plastic spinning thing. 'frisbee' is a company's trade name which is why the sport is called 'ultimate frisbee'.