By Colin McPhail, The Bugle Observer
At 18, Rob McLeod was a freshman at the University of Alberta and living about an hour outside Edmonton with his aunt and uncle. After an active childhood, he was stuck in no man’s land, an athlete without a sport. Looking for exercise and not finding joy in running, he picked up an old Frisbee and marched outside to the large field behind the house. There were no lines, no boards, no nets and no instruction.
There were no rules; there was just a kid, a disc read more