Following the Victorian government’s recent update regarding restrictions on sport and recreation, the UV Return To Play Working Group has reviewed their guidelines for the sport of ultimate in Victoria.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and employees at Ultimate Victoria, we want to reach out to the Ultimate community here in Victoria and around Australia to say we believe that Black Lives Matter, we support the #blacklivesmatter movement and we will stand with every member in our community to address and remove racial prejudice, and to work towards a more inclusive and equitable community and society.
Following feedback from the UV community and consultation with other sporting organisations, the UV Return To Play Working Group has reviewed their current recommendations for UV members.
Following the Victorian government’s announcement earlier today of the changes to restrictions, many sports are being allowed to move into Level B activity of the AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport.
Last week the National Cabinet released the National Principles for the Resumption of Sport and Recreation Activities, providing a pathway for a safe return to sport.
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Ultimate Victoria is continuing to monitor advice pertinent to sporting organisations on a regular basis. Changes affecting Ultimate Victoria activities will be updated on this page.
Ultimate Victoria are pleased to announce the coaches for the Victorian U18 and U22 representative teams for 2020.
Congratulations Walter Harwood, you are Ultimate Victoria’s Volunteer of the Month!
Ultimate Victoria is calling for coaches and managers for the Under 18 and Under 22 Victorian representative teams for 2020 who will be competing at the Australian Youth Ultimate Championships and Australian Under 22 Ultimate Championships respectively.
Dandenong Ultimate League is returning in 2020 and will be starting soon. New players are welcome with learn-to-play sessions running each week before games start.