The Disc Freestyle Hall of Fame will be announcing its inaugural inductees soon.
The Disc Freestyle Hall of Fame has been formed under a directive from the
executive board of the Freestyle Players Association. It has been created to
recognize the players who have made profound contributions to the sport of disc
freestyle. Under the direction of the board, a central committee has been
established to provide a broad perspective on the history of freestyle
development and play. This group has been working to establish the operating
procedures for the hall.
The Committee Members are:
Dan "Stork" Roddick
John "Z" Weyand
A player would be deemed worthy of inclusion in the Freestyle Disc Hall of
Fame by displaying outstanding play, by influencing the sport in a positive
manner, and/or advancing the sport of Freestyle Disc play in a significant
In order to be inducted there can be no dissenting votes from the
induction committee. A player would become eligible 30
years after they began their involvement with freestyle.
For people who began in 1973 or earlier:
Must be able to document a specific and substantial amount of disc play that centered around trick catching and throwing (or fostered the development of freestyle play).
For people who began playing in 1974 or later:
Able to document participation in a formal freestyle event.
Able to document a specific and substantial involvement in activities that fostered the development of freestyle play.