Sponsorships

Sponsorships

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As someone who has competed in Ultimate Frisbee at the international level, Dr. Bomberg knows firsthand just how hard the sport can be on an athlete’s body. Muscle strains and sprains are quite common in the sport, with the ankles, knees, shoulders, and hands being among the most frequently injured anatomical regions. Luckily, many of these injuries can be avoided with the proper prevention measures.

In his spare time, Dr. Bomberg enjoys helping his fellow athletes prevent and treat injuries through his sponsorships of Ultimate Frisbee teams. He regularly attends practices to support players, and gives them tips on things they can do, both on and off the field, to prevent injuries. His focus is on showing players the value of doing warm up and cool down exercises now, rather than having to fix injury-related issues down the road.

If a player does get hurt on the field, Dr. Bomberg steps in to assess the injury, and serves as the player’s primary reference on their road to recovery.

Orange Crush Ultimate

Orange Crush Ultimate - Saint Louis Park

 

Crush started in 2012 and has steadily increased in numbers each year. They won the Division 2 spirit award in the past and we made Division 1 in 2019 for our first time in program history. Orange Crush have always been a spirited and competitive group of players. We were even featured on Perk at Play!

The team has always been very welcoming and friendly and the coaches strive to make the team a fun place for the kids to make new friends and learn the best sport in the world (besides pickleball). Visit their Instagram page to learn more!

The kids love being sponsored by Bomberg Chiropractic because Dr. Bomberg teaches the team about injury prevention. The kids also love the validation they feel having a sponsor on the jersey.

Girls Crush UltimateGIRLS CRUSH ULTIMATE - SAINT LOUIS PARK

The crush girls team has been around since 2015 and was initially called PUL (Park Ultimate Ladies). The name was changed to CRUSH in 2017. PUL started with around 14 players and even made division1 the first year. The program has grown to 25 dedicated players. In 2017 the team won the spirit award at state.

During the summer of 2019 the team had 4 players make Minnesota's YCC teams. Many players have moved on to play in college and even club ultimate.

Crush focuses on promoting an inclusive environment where everyone can grow as student athletes. This year we adopted a few values for the players to strive and exemplify in their play and lives - Dedication, Intensity, Support (each other), and Confidence (DISC). These values extend well beyond ultimate and will help the players in other aspects of their lives as well.

Many players say their favorite part of Crush ultimate is the spirit of the game. Meaning you hold the highest amount of respect for yourself, your opponents, and the game while also competing with your best effort.

The Bomberg Chiropractic sponsorship allows the team to focus more on becoming a better team rather than fundraising. Crush never turns away a player who wants to play because of financial circumstances and the sponsorship also helps us fill the gaps for scholarship players.

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Cooper Ultimate Frisbee - Robbinsdale

Cooper Ultimate Frisbee was founded in 2010 by Josiah Moore and named the Wrenchbeaters. In the ten years of the program, we have improved almost every year. While the number of teams in the state have also grown, we have been able to consistently compete with the best teams in the league. In that time, we are the only program to beat Edina and Hopkins, who have won the majority of the titles in the same period.

Our golden year was in 2016. In that year we took 5th at Centrals, a regional tournament that is comprised of all the top teams in the midwest. We won our conference championship against Maple Grove who the year before took 2nd in the state. We had 3 all conference players and one 2nd team all state player. We took 3rd place that year after a heartbreaking loss to Universe in the semifinals.

We won The Goeke Memorial tournament in 2014. We have also won many spirit awards for tournaments and state. We have had more than a dozen all conference players and a few rookie of the year awards as well. Our program is still improving every year and we send players to continue on their ultimate journey at colleges all over the midwest.

We thank and appreciate Bomberg Chiropractic for the continued support of Cooper Ultimate Frisbee. Dr. B represents the ultimate community so well and your. Cooper Ultimate Frisbee LOVE rocking your logo on our gear!

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Edina Ultimate

The Edina Ultimate program specializes in providing and teaching the sport of Ultimate Frisbee to those in the Edina school district. The program was founded back in 2003, and in recent years has grown to become the largest single high school Ultimate team in the country with over 150 students each year. Other accolades for the program include, combined with the boys and girls teams, 8 conference championships and 4 Minnesota state championships, and the Edina program has also produced two athletes who have represented Team USA's National Team for international competition. The program is continuing to show growth for the future with rising interest in the middle school age group, and a strong supportive leadership structure. We are happy to be aligned with others who share our values and passion for growth and success.

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Robbinsdale-Armstrong Punch

 

Robbinsdale Armstrong High School is home to one of the oldest ultimate frisbee programs in the state, dating back to at least 2006. The boys' (open) team goes by the name of Falcon Punch. We have a group of around 35 young men who are committed to learning the game, pushing themselves to improve, and competing in a fair manner. This will be my fourth season coaching here, and I have enjoyed watching the freshmen who were here when I started grow up into seniors. I have also had the pleasure of watching a few of my players continue on into the college division. Our season stretches from the beginning of April through the beginning of June, and is packed with activity due to the often late start of Minnesota spring. Both of our teams goals include building toward the state tournament at the end of the season.

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