My on ice training session today was all about the mix between throwing to yourself and throwing with someone. I had some great training throws and I also had a lot of fun playing catch with friends. I also had some fans – some kids that go to a school I’ve spoken at – and a family visiting from Vancouver. The easiest thing I could do was to give them a disc – so I did! (more…)
My first ice training day was Boxing Day at Bowness Lagoon in Calgary, Alberta which is the only ice surface large enough for me to practice training for the 2017 Silver Skate Festival where I will be attempting to break my 3 Guinness World Records and World Flying Disc Federation World Records for Self Caught Flight on Ice Skates.
On February 11, 2017 Rob McLeod will attempt to break 3 Guinness World Records for Self-Caught Flight on Ice Skates at the Silver Skate Festival in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada at Hawrelak Park. Rob currently holds these 3 records which he has set at previous Silver Skate Festivals (2013 & 2015).
A Calgary man is hoping to meet his match with a Frisbee.
Rob McLeod has put out an online ad asking women who share his love of the sport to get in touch. But instead of a love connection, it’s a world record he’s after.