Ultimate frisbee nerds, draw near to me. I am one of you. Too short for basketball, too near-sighted for baseball, too contact-shy for football, yet possessing of the competitive fire burning inside all sexually frustrated teenage boys. Today I present to you your new god, a one Andrew Fleming of local club team Seattle Sockeye. Jump with me, won't you, and gaze upon this video of him making the greatest catch in ultimate frisbee history.
Fleming's masterful dive came during a semifinal match at the Worlds in Prague. And for those of you who are muttering increduously to yourself, "There's a world championship for frisbee?" May I direct your attention to those summer camps where Harry Potter-obsessed tweens play quidditch? Right. As I was saying.
The grab put the Sockeye up by two and ensured their place in the finals. Where, unfortunately, they lost to another American team, the San Francisco Revolver.
Now then discheads, please form an orderly line to the right. It's time to rouchambeau for the right to refill our new deity, Mr. Fleming's, Camelback.