After getting my 70-200VR last week I couldn't wait to use it. My wife tried out for a competitive womens ultimate team this weekend so I got my fix of 200mm VR goodness =) For those who don't know what ultimate frisbee is (and how the heck a frisbee can be ultimate? =P), it's is a sport that combines elements of football, basketball and soccer. The goal is to pass the disc and score in the other team's endzone. A pass can be in any direction. Once you catch it you can't run with it. You must establish a pivot foot a la basketball and throw to another teammate. If there is an incompleted pass it is a turnover and the other team moves up the field. On defence, there is no tackling. You can intercept or block passes but you can't initiate contact with another player. That's the simplified version of it. You'll have to google the rest cuz this post is getting too long. =P It sounds easy and laid back but competitive games get pretty intense as people will usually hurl their bodies trying to block or catch discs. Most of these were taken at ISO 200, handheld. PP includes cropping, saturation, shadows/highlights This is my first time taking sports pics so C&C is appreciated. On with the pics! larger version http://farm1.static.flickr.com/214/469440948_67d1ed6b98_o.jpg larger version http://farm1.static.flickr.com/220/469458089_2a8a05b1c7_o.jpg larger version http://farm1.static.flickr.com/213/469457989_8906a7e084_o.jpg There was a men's scrimmage afterward. I was getting used to the lens at this point so I think I got more keepers. larger version http://farm1.static.flickr.com/214/470661450_97ca54a0fc_o.jpg larger version http://farm1.static.flickr.com/184/470661354_235bcd48de_o.jpg larger version http://farm1.static.flickr.com/199/470661236_b4f80e051e_o.jpg Finally a completed catch!