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1983 FPA Worlds—Victoria, TX—Discraft Sky-Styler—White

Maker: Discraft
Model: Sky-Styler
Style: 4th (thick ring, tooling)
Size: 10.5 inches
Disc Color: White
Lettering/Hot Stamp: 1983 World Championships; Budweiser Light; FPA; Victoria Earth—Red, Gold
Date Introduced: 1983
Number Produced:
Period of Manufacture: 1983
Special Notes:This FPAW event was supposed to be held in Austin, but due to increased costs, TD Chris Baker moved the event to Victoria, TX as had been done with the spring Victoria Nationals tournament. It was a smaller event than its Austin predecessors. Open pairs was won by Deaton Mitchell and Jim Benson (their first of four straight FPAW wins); co-op winners were Joey Hudoklin, Chip Bell, and Mark Regalbuti; mixed pairs winners were Ann Zemaitis and Chip Bell. [Tournament details provided by Allen Elliott, results from Tom Leitner's freestyle site.]
Contributor(s): Kevin Fuller

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1983 FPA Worlds—Victoria, TX—Discraft Sky-Styler—White