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For Pink Shirt Day 2018, I spent the day talking about Kindness and Unplugging, and teaching frisbee to 500+ kids from K-8 for Pink Shirt Day! This is the 5th year in a row speaking to kids about Kindness and teaching frisbee on #pinkshirtday! (more…)

In the fall of 2017, I spent 3 days at Sunchild School talking to the students about Kindness, Acceptance, Determination and Unplugging. I challenged the students to get Unplugg’d and spend less time in front of a screen. I also taught frisbee workshops for the 3 days that I was at the school, got to meet some of the parents, and the school actually bought enough frisbees that every student got to take one home. (more…)

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I was invited to teach frisbee during the weekly Youth Active Night in Cochrane. Every week, they showcase a different sport. Last week was futsal and next week is soccer. I was honoured and excited to have been invited to teach frisbee and they even ordered 10 Innova Makani golf discs that would be given away to 10 lucky kids. (more…)

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Rob McLeod holds six Guinness World Records — and he’s now looking for a partner for this year’s Silver Skate Festival in Edmonton

Throwing a frisbee is a bit harder on skates, says Frisbee Rob.

If you’re a woman who can skate fast and throw a Frisbee far, read on. (more…)

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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.

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I was invited to spend a week with the students at Heart Lake KOHLS School, on the Heart Lake First Nation, from February 10-14. The students numbered around 29 total, depending on the day, and ranged in age from 3 to 15. More than half of the kids are high special needs, and the majority are functioning below grade level for various reasons.

The Kindergarten teacher has been teaching at Heart Lake for 30 years, and truly does an amazing job with the kids. Her classroom assistant is one of the read more