Popularity rises for ultimate frisbee

2:44 am | July 19, 2013

Over the last decade, the United States sports scene has gotten more inclusive — and it’s not just about football, basketball and baseball anymore.
Many non-mainstream sports are making its way into everyday life, and one of those is ultimate frisbee.
A sport that just 20 years was mainly relegated to church youth-group retreats is now a legitimate professional sport, and you can actually watch games on your computer now.
One young man who does this for a living is Zak Holt, who now lives in Florida but has family that lives in Greeneville — including his sister Hannah Holt, a softball player for Greeneville High School.

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