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1990 WUGC—Norway—Discraft Ultra-Star—White—Red, Blue, Yellow

Maker: Discraft
Model: Ultra-Star
Style:
Mold: Westland
Size: 10.75 inches
Disc Color: White
Lettering/Hot Stamp: World Championship Ultimate & Guts Norway 1990; Solo The Official Drink of the World Championship; Discraft Ultra-Star 175-Gram Ultimate Sportdisc—Red, Blue, Yellow
Label/Sticker:
Date Introduced: 7/8/1990
Number Produced:
Period of Manufacture: 1990
Special Notes: Worlds were held in Oslo, Norway on July 8–14, 1990. The Open and Women's divisions had the same top three finishers, USA were the winners, Sweden in second, Finland in third. Representing the U.S. in Open was NY, NY, and in Women's was the Lady Condors. The Masters division was also won by the USA with Canada and Germany coming in second and third respectively. Sweden took the top spot in the Junior division, followed by Finland and USA.
Disc is from the collection of Steve Goodwin, RIP.
Contributor(s): Kevin Fuller

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1990 WUGC—Norway—Discraft Ultra-Star—White—Red, Blue, Yellow