Lucas lives near the stadium and has been playing Ultimate for ten years, in Le Mans club. He comes to see the ISF World Schools Championship!
– When did you begin?
“I discovered Ultimate when I was 13 years old, at school, with the school sport association.”
– For you, what are the good aspects of this sport?
“Collective aspect, gender mixity, fair-play and physical engagement…”
– What do you think about self arbitration?
“It’s rather positive point, even if sometimes, a referee would be required to solve the problems faster and easier, but in general, it happens very weel!”
– What do you think about gender mixity?
“This works well, it also depends on the teams. Indeed, the game is different, it’s a mix strenghts ans weakness of every body must be taken into consideration!”

– Hello Anita, why did you come here ?
“Because my sister is a young rescuer.”
– For you, what are the good aspects of this sport ?
“Respect and good relatonship between players !”
– What do you think about self-arbitration ?
“It’s good, because sometimes, players don’t agree with the referee’s decisions!”
– What do you think about gender mixity ?
“It’s cool, because girls and boys are equals, I have been playing ultimate for a while and it worked well!”

– Hi Vincent, why did you come here ?
“I’m the coach of the french team and I came to make the best possible results!”
– For you, what are the good aspects of this sport ?
“I think it’s the most collective sport in the world, you can’t stand out from others. There is the pleasure to launch the flydisc and there is a good atmosphere between players ! It is a fun sport !”
– What do you think about self-arbitration ?
“I think is it great, this should be done in most sports.if there were a little bit more self-arbitration among the young people, maybe when they grow up, they would enter the sport workplace there would be more respect between people.”
– What do you think about gender mixity ?
“It changes everything , it brings a good athmosphere in terms of discussion, which creates a great group life.”

[Shaïna & Romane (Young Reporters)]