Yacine Bara is from Winnipeg, Manitoba. He found ultimate in 2003 at the conclusion of a collegiate-level basketball career and has been playing as a member of Winnipeg's General Strike for most of the time since. He currently serves as president of the Manitoba Organization of Disc Sports.

Five things I wish were more talked about in ultimate’s gender equity movement

by December 15, 2017, 11:03am 2

Yacine Bara shares some perspective on ultimate's Gender Equity discussion.

Proof’s In The Pudding

by August 29, 2016, 6:30am 0

Acknowledging the effects of confirmation bias - and your dessert menu - on the game of ultimate.

Urgency and Perspective

by September 5, 2013, 8:00am 0

Sports are fun. The basic joy of play (routinely implied through the use of that word – ‘play’ – itself) is the foundation upon which all other forms of athletic…

Compare and Contrast: Furious and GOAT

by October 23, 2012, 5:37am 0

Common ultimate enthusiasts might be tempted to lump this generation of GOAT and Furious George together as, simply, that pair of virtually perennial Canadian Club Championships qualifiers.  It’s not that that…

Back to Reality: A Case of the Mondays

by September 17, 2012, 4:04am 0

You and I just met. I’m a 29-year-old dude from Winnipeg.  You’re 19, from Toronto, but might as well have been 40-something, from Tulsa .  Last time this happened, you…