In Australia, the ultimate community has so much room for growth in terms of coaching and tactics.
Consider that until 4 years ago, there wasn't a single accredited ultimate coach in the country.
And when did you last hear an ultimate player introducing a play or drill from another sport? How can we draw on the enormous pool of knowledge, skills, drills, plays, coaching and technology used in other sports?
Here's an example. Here are about 50 basketball plays. And those are just offense plays. Yet they have names, are diagrammed and many have counters.
Where are the standardised equivalents in ultimate (for set-up offence, for endzone plays, for defeating zones)?
I know of ultimate players who have represented Australia in fencing, water polo, ice hockey. I know players who have made state teams in AFL, baseball, basketball and netball.
Its time to learn from other sports.