Interview with GB U24 Captain/Spirit Captain: Seb Allen and Josh Awcock

Writer: Hazard
Editor: Nic
Seb Allen (left) and Josh Awcock (right), European Champions
Seb 
Hi, I’m Seb, the GB U24 Open captain. Been playing Ultimate for around nine years now. Into my 6th year as a player for Chevron and 7th year in some form of GB Junior/U24 cycle.

Josh
Hiya, I'm Josh or more commonly known as Gingé, and I’m the Spirit captain for GB U24 Open. I started playing in year seven with Air Badgers, at my secondary school in Exeter. We went on to win 9 National titles with them across the board. I first played for GB in 2012 with U17s and have been involved in GB squads ever since, most recently winning Gold at euros with the seniors. I currently play for Devon and have been for the last 4/5 years.

Congratulations to both of you (and teammates Dec Cartwright and Josh “Salty” Eeles) on winning gold with the senior team at the European Championships! How will that experience help you and your team at U24 Worlds?
Seb
Thanks a lot! I think we can take confidence, particularly on defence. Josh for example spent time matching up against Holger Beuttenmüller and did a good job. If he can do it against him, he can take on any U24 player.

Josh
Thanks!! To help our team; the knowledge we can pass on of different game scenarios and a high level of professionalism. As a four we are playing well and from playing all of last week we are feeling fit and ready for another week. 💪

What are your feelings going into Worlds? Are you confident?
Josh
Feeling confident. We've got a good squad and after seeing our pool we feel like we can go far in the tournament. There will be some nerves flying around I reckon, with it being the first opportunity to play for GB for some of the team. I've got confidence in every member of the team to play their best, and smash it when out there.
Seb
Yep. Hopefully not in a cocky way, but we’ve been trying to instil a bit of arrogance about the quality we have. We know if we play well then we can challenge for medals. With the schedule being the way it is, we’ll be aiming for Top 3 in our pool.

What preparation have the GB U24 Men's team done in preparation for Worlds?
Seb
With players playing on various other GB teams (Beach, Juniors & Seniors) we’ve yet to really play a game as a full strength unit. We attended Tom’s Tourney with a depleted D line, then both Tours with a depleted O line. Trainings have taken place in Warwick every month, but it’ll be exciting to see how it all comes together next week.
Josh
We've had a fair few trainings but we haven't had one where the whole team has been there, so the first time we will be playing together is Worlds. If you've seen our Instagram you'll have seen a lot of pictures of the boys in the gym, and out running. As Seb said, we have been depleted at every tournament but it has definitely been a good experience to play against other top sides in Europe.


What do you reckon the score would be if you played the senior team?  U24 eligible players play on U24s.
Seb
No wind - 15:10 
Windy - 15-7 
In pretty still conditions we’ve seen that we can trade out with Chevron at Tom’s Tourney. In wind the experience and throwing power just counts that bit more.
Josh
I'm in agreement with Seb, 15:10 I reckon. Would be a good, hard thought game throughout.


Who are your coaches, and how have they helped form the team?
Josh
We've only had Jon Pugh throughout the whole process. At trials there were a few additional staff helping out to pick the squad, but we've only had Pugh at trainings and tournaments. Pugh has recently added Ava Grossman to the management side and she'll be joining us out at Worlds to help us out as a team.
Seb
Yeah, Pugh’s been quite open to the team’s opinion throughout. Right at the start he wanted to know what the players from the previous cycle thought went right and what went wrong for that tournament, so we could make sure to learn for this one.


What has the team improved on for this cycle?
Josh
We've looked to improve on the level of professionalism and confidence in ourselves. As Seb has mentioned, it's a level of arrogance for us to keep playing strong throughout games rather than to let the other side in and make it a fight. We want to win cleanly and efficiently. We also want to have fun whilst playing, teams play best when having fun so we look to carry that throughout the whole week, not just on the pitch but also off the pitch.
Seb
We’ve inherently got a bit more cohesion on our O line with a large contingent from the bronze-winning U20 team in 2016. The same moves and offence from that team have been retained and so we know they work with the players we’ve got.
Josh
Our O line is looking strong, if we can connect well throughout the week we will be tough to beat.


Would you be in favour of running the Development program from last time again in future cycles?
Seb
Not personally. Weighing up the pros and cons from what I got out of it and seeing the minimal effect it’s had on university Ultimate, I think the time and cost that went into it far outweigh the benefits. It also delayed the final squad being confirmed so we were left with minimal game time before the tournament itself in that team.
Josh
I like the concept of it, it did help a lot of players to improve and have the chance to put on a GB jersey. As a team we could of had a lot more time playing together before we headed out to Worlds. If we could of had a tour season with the selected squad I feel like it would have worked out better.


Looking back at that U20 team, and your own experience of juniors - do you think we do a good job as a community of developing our junior players? And do you think that, due to juniors being only single gender, there's a tendency of players who started young to stay in single gender divisions?
Seb
I think some schools do a very good job. We both come from two of the best and, seeing five of my school alumni out there in Györ last week (a similar amount for Josh I think), shows that some development pathways work. Personally, I don’t know all the work the UKU does with schools around the country so don’t really have any more of an informed opinion on that.
Josh
Juniors in the last couple of years has reduced in numbers, with Air Badgers (my school) and Flux (Seb’s school) still producing quality players, lots of other teams are lacking numbers and that drive. Clubs these days are investing more in juniors as they come up through the ranks. I myself started quite young at Devon, and Devon are always looking to push juniors up into the highest level of club Ultimate, as are Chevy and other teams. There is potential for that to happen however, with the university scene as big as it is, and lots of teams having mixed teams as well, there is the potential for players to start playing more mixed.
Seb
And with reference to the single gender favouritism at a young age, I think that’s partly a positive thing. Mixed is a tough game to play, right. Trying to get school boys to not just throw to their male mate, disheartening their female teammates, would be tough. Single gender at school works with the option to diversify down the line.

Who were/are some role models that you looked up to, or still look up to?
Seb
Matt Beavan wasn’t a bad role model to have as the guy who introduced me to the sport. Our play styles have become quite similar so he’s good to learn off. On a more personal level, Dec Cartwright has always played on the same team as me since we picked up the sport. He has probably always been that tad bit better. That’s a good incentive to keep you going and improving.
Josh
Wouldn't say I have a particular role model, unless we are talking football then it's Steven Gerrard. Back to Ultimate, there are different aspects of people's game that I look up to and would want and strive to have. :ike to play defence like Ben Boz Burak, or throw like Josh Kyme, but no one person in particular.


What advice would you have for a young player hoping to apply for U24s next cycle?
Seb
Get out throwing and playing games, for whatever team you can. The standard of throwing in the UK is lower than a fair few European countries, so that’s an easy way to distinguish yourself. And then game IQ is something which although might not come through in a trial environment, it will definitely help you in the long run.
Josh
1) Apply. Some players are scared that it's a big jump, but younger players can and are competing at that level. We have 4/5 players who are quite young and have multiple cycles left so definitely worth applying.
2) Keep training hard, it’s the only way you're going to be able to keep competing is to keep training. People can take the mick but to be the best you've got to work hard and it will all pay off.
3) As Seb said, throw. Lots of juniors think because they've been playing for so long their throws are fine and don't need improving. Everyone can improve on there throwing and improve their tool box.


Quickfire questions:
Who on your team is going to be the breakout star this tournament? (The player everyone will know the name of by the end)
Seb
Ethan Morrell. Taking time off from his GCSE's to play Ultimate. Very, very good player.
Josh
Ethan Morrell. Gonna be a big player in years to come.

Which pair have the best on-field connection?
Josh
Definitely not Salty and Seb, don't know if they've connected a pass all season.
Seb
Probably Salty and Dec. Mutual respect for each other’s receding hairline.
Josh
Eddie Mason and Cam Samuels, their ongoing chess match has brought them very close and almost guaranteed to know each others next move on the pitch.


Which pair have the best off-field connection?
Seb
Ross Nugent and Fraser Stewart. I’ve no idea what each of them are saying but they seem to laugh.

Who is most spirited?
Seb
Max Craven.
Josh
Nathan Sanders, always willing to fill in the Spirit form.


Who is going to make the best play for the highlight reel?
Seb
I fully expect Salty to get put on a poster by some American and make it into a NKolakovic clip.
Josh
Either Tom Davies for rising like a salmon, or Adam Vaslet for making some ridiculous bid.


Who is the funniest?
Josh
Fraser Stewart, the Scottish accent makes it even better
Seb
Akito Oyama. His NSFW nickname gets me every time. Ask him about it.

Who is the player that is going to hype you up in the toughest games?
Josh
Ethan Morrell
Seb
Yeah he’ll do some mad play on D, throw the assist, then just shrug.


Who is the biggest coaches pet?
Seb
Probably Salty.
Josh
I would Jonah Varney as he's always showing what he's been up to in the group chat, but got to be Salty really.

You get to nick one player from U24 Mixed. Who do you take?
Josh
Jamie Rabbetts, would be a monster on our 6ft plus line.
Seb
Jo Lewis.

You pick one monster line to go out to win in sudden death. Who do you pick. You can pick yourselves.
Seb
Salty, Josh, Dec, Max, Joel Kelly, Ethan, then boot Pugh up and give him a run out.
Josh
Myself, Seb, Dec, Salty, Max, Ethan and Ben Wilson.
Seb
Bringing back the Wrocław team. Love it.


Any final words to the ans following you at home?
Josh
Up the kids.
Seb
UTK.
Seb
We are gonna be on the live stream as well, especially on the Wednesday so give us all the support by watching those games 💪


Good luck over in Germany GB! #oneGB
Catch the U24 teams in action on Fanseat or Ultiworld.

Interview with GB U24 Mixed Captains: Jo Lewis and Ryan Coones

Writer: Andy Eck
Editor: Nic



Thanks so much to you both for being here! Let's begin with introductions...
Ryan
I'm Ryan, one of the GBX U24 captains this cycle. Started playing at LLLeeds in 2014 whilst I was still at school. Moved to Reading University and quickly got involved with the team there. Started playing for Reading Ultimate in 2014, where I've stayed until now. I captained the university's mixed team in 2016, and the men's team in 2018. I got to captain the U24 side through showing interest with the coaches, and then being selected really with not a lot in the middle.
Jo
Hey I’m Jo Lewis, I’ve played ultimate since I was about 11 and progressed through the GB Junior teams. Currently playing for Bristol Women, and this is my third U24 cycle with the mixed team.


How would you describe the GB U24 Mixed squad?
Jo
It’s been a really fun team to be a part of! Enthusiasm to get involved, after two hours of lightening delays at Talampaya we’d had about 20 different songs rehearsed with 100% effort (probably really annoying for the other teams). And considering how miserable the weather at Talampaya was, how we were still smiling at the end of it is crazy.
Ryan
It's definitely a super dynamic team and the vibe is incredible! Everyone has gelled really well and I'm super excited to carry on from our Talampaya highs.

U24 GB Mixed
What is your training regime/schedule consist of?
Jo
We’re training groups of four, so a low key selfie at the gym or throwing is needed to share it with your team. We have a metaphor - we all put a brick in the wall with each session to build a winning team. The Andy Lewis, European Mixed Champion. Has been doing our gym programme, keeping things very ultimate focused.
Ryan
Callum Spiers and Alex Mazzon have devised our playing structures based on previous cycles successes, and looking to use our team assets. So weekend trainings have involved going through the playbook and refining our plays through drills and conditioned games too.
Jo
Followed by some hack!
Ryan
Hack is key. Without it I don't know how you can really bond.
Jo
Ability to play hack leads to the ability to win Worlds.


What skills and qualities are looked for when trialling for a GB team? Is a background playing Mixed important?
Jo
I wouldn’t say you need to have a tonne of mixed experience, more so you need to be trusting of every person on the team equally. Skills and qualities; from a very biased handler perspective, have your throwing down. Shapes and structures can be picked up more easily. Being nice always helps as well, look to form connections at trials.
Ryan
From a cutters perspective, be willing to change your habits and go to shapes that work best with the throwers that you get to play with. I'd say the top qualities are open-mindedness and enthusiasm.

What can players/teams/universities do to promote and grow mixed ultimate?
Ryan
I think playing club mixed together is an excellent way to bridge the gap. You get to be a smaller fish in a bigger pond and so there can be less pressure, which will transfer to your university mixed.
Jo
That’s a big question that I find most university teams face! Having female leadership, I think, helps. I coached Cardiff open when I was at university, having that input meant both the women and the men had similar structures. Meaning the team comes together more easily.

Do you think hiring or appointing a coach would help?
Ryan
I think an overall coach could work although, I'd say it's pretty situation dependent.
Jo
I do think having an impartial, external coach is useful as university can definitely get a little bias with input and selection etc.


How excited are you?
Jo
Super excited, can’t wait to see what this team can do when it’s the real thing! Can’t wait to see the plays get bigger, and watch the whole team step up even higher!
Ryan
Super excited! I have so much love for the team and cannot wait to go dominate with them.


Are there any teams or players you particularly want to square off against? 
Ryan
The team culture is pretty much take anything that comes our way, and give them hell. In Talampaya we decided it would be team 1, game 1 etc., and not worrying about their reputation, or their roster. Every team is fallible so we're going after them.
Jo
Seconding what Ryan says, we’re not going into this with any specific rivals. We want to take each game as it comes and focus entirely on scoring more points than they do, who they are doesn’t change that focus.
 
What would you be a good result at Worlds?
Ryan
*Ideally, GOLD* With the way we've played and the team we have, we totally think that semis is achievable. But realistically, at the end of the day, if we can be proud of how we perform and that's short of a medal. Then that's sport. Sometimes other teams are good too, right?


Any names we should be looking out for on the team?
Ryan
This whole team has the capacity to make plays, expect some big bids and huge looks from everyone. 
Jo
No joke, everyone on this team is capable of some crazy stuff. You’ll just have to keep an eye on the whole lot! We have a huge range of players, from those who have played a tonne of juniors for GB such as Dom Knight, Emma Klima and Erin 'calves' McGready. Then we’ve got players representing GB for their first time, like Immie Wong and Andrew Warnock - who are equally as talented!


The interpretation of Spirit of the Game can be different at higher levels of play versus the lower levels, do you ever find it hard to adjust the way you call Spirit when moving from one level of play to another? 
Jo
Boring answer, but I don’t feel like there is much difference. So no adjustment needed! I think at a higher level, when the stakes are high perhaps that can mess with people’s judgement at times. So you have really just got to stay rooted to why we have Spirit and the importance of a fair game.
Ryan
Typically I don't find it that hard to adjust, normally you can get a pretty good feel for a team early on in a game re: how much contact they like, how picky they are about calls etc. I think at higher levels a lot more is let go by both sides (think that's the advantage in football etc), to preserve the fluidity of the game.


How do you think Spirit impacts the atmosphere of ultimate compared to other sports, such as Football, that don't have a comparable system?
Ryan
I think it's pretty difficult to compare, but Spirit is obviously important at the elite levels. We've all seen or been a part of scrappy games with lots of calls, and even the occasional Spirit time out, they aren't fun to watch or play. I think it's really down to all the players to keep the atmosphere up and well spirited, without letting quality or intensity suffer, and vice versa.

Quickfire questions...
The party animal of the team...
Ryan
Felix Martin had a pretty big sesh at Talampaya, after he'd just finished his university finals, so maybe him for party animal?

Old married couple...
Ryan 
Jake Betson and Dom Burnham. Both Brighton boys, constantly bickering but we know they love each other.

Geek...
Ryan 
Team geek, maybe Dom Knight. Just all round nerd, but in a good way.

Any final thoughts...
Ryan
If you haven't already, go check us out on Facebook or on Instagram, and keep up with all our antics for the tournament.
Jo
Anyone following us at Worlds, let the team know, let that player who you’re looking out for know. We’d love to know and appreciate the support!



Good luck over in Germany GB! #oneGB
Catch the U24 teams in action on Fanseat or Ultiworld.

Interview with GB U24 Women Captains: Rupal Ghelani, Gabriela Starek and Amy van Zyl

Interview: Hazard
Editor: Nic


The GB U24 Women's captains
Rupal Ghelani (top left)
Gabriela Starek (top right)
Amy van Zyl (rest of picture)

Let's start simple. Introduce yourselves, and give a quick Ultimate CV. 
Amy
Hiya! I started playing at Twycross House school, coached by Matt and Sophie Beavan and later Nick Sampson too (very lucky start to the frisbee world..). I have played for the Bath University for two years now, and in terms of club; I’ve played for Hydra in the past and now, Bristol Women! Played a few GB Junior cycles when younger and also for U24s in Perth in the Women’s division.
Gabriela
Hey, I’m Gabi and I’m from Poland! My ultimate career started in Scotland in my first year of university at St Andrews - I did the classic of trying out for my previous sports, but ended up with ultimate when I went to the first morning training and met the greatest people! The first club I played for was a women’s team in Warsaw; Donuts. In Scotland, I played for Swift and after moving down south, I started playing with Bristol Women (alongside Amy!). Last year in Australia was the first time I represented GB Women!
Rupal
Hello! I'm Rups, started playing ultimate at Mill Hill County High School with Rice Frisbees and I was coached by Simon Gilbert. I started playing club ultimate with St Albans and I have also played for EMO, JR and LED, currently playing for SYC down in London. At university I played for Loughborough and, I also captained for a couple of years. I have played a few GB cycles in the past, most recently U24s in Perth and have just come back from Euros with Senior Women!

You were all part of the last GB U24 cycle. How do you think the team has changed since last time?
Amy
It’s a very new and exciting team, with only three of us from the last cycle. Because we have a lot of players from various backgrounds, there’s a wide range of ultimate styles that have come down from the various universities/clubs everyone has played for.
Gabi
Also, compared to last cycle we have had more opportunities to compete outside the UK scene, which means over the course of our training we have developed and grooved our playing!

What has your preparation for U24 Worlds involved?
Rups
So we've had five training sessions, three warm up tournaments (of which two were international), and a scrimmage weekend against the seniors. We also won bronze at Siege of Limerick! On top of that we've been following some S&C suggestions from Jools Murray; spamming our workout page in the process, and getting lots of throwing in the lead up to Worlds.
Amy
Most recently our coaches set us a challenge to complete two hundred hours of focused throwing in a given time period before Worlds.
Rups
Which we smashed!
Amy
💁‍♀️ 

What are your feelings going into World? Are you confident?
Gabi
We’ve had an incredible season so far, and we want to build on what we have all learned over the course. Having positively surprised teams we have competed against, and ourselves! We do feel like we can challenge teams and we are not looking at the end results just yet - we want to focus on what we can bring to each game, take every day with a fresh mindset. We are excited for Worlds and what the week has in store for us.

Who are your coaches, and how have they helped the team to the place they are now?
Amy
We could go on for hours about how amazing our coaches have been this season but we’ll try to keep it short, haha. They are James Burbidge, Ros “Chicken” Taylor, Jenna Thompson and Marie-so Nguyen-Tu - all of which have a vast amount of ultimate experience: coaching and playing. As well as individual feedback to the team playing-wise, they’ve really given an emphasis to us to enjoy ourselves and play for each other.
Rups
They also all work incredibly as a team, they each bring something unique to the coaching pod and bring out the best in each other, and us.

Last cycle we had the GB development program. Do you think it was a success, and do you wish you had it again this year?
Rups
That's a really interesting question actually, I’ve had a few questions from the seniors about this. The whole idea of the development cycle is fantastic, it's great to give so many people access to the high level GB coaching that is available. However, given the structure of this season it just wouldn’t have been feasible as there was Club Worlds, Club Euros, and then U24s was back round again. And while it does give access to high level coaching, the cost can add up so it's not always possible for players in our age brackets who are typically at university to afford to complete the whole cycle.
Amy
It’s difficult to know for sure the impact that it had however, having the development squad definitely meant the final squad for Perth had potentially less time to train and get as that exact squad before Worlds. Having said this, I’m not sure I personally would have even made the Perth squad without the training I got from the development squad.

Gabi
The importance of playing club ultimate is something we have tried to emphasize during this cycle too. For example, entering just one Tour event to make sure our players have the opportunity to play with their club.

A follow-up question then - do you think they should run the Development Program next cycle? 
Amy
I would be tempted to answer no to having another development squad. Although it was a really useful experience, having joined Bristol Women this year and seen the amazing things the club has done (both competitively and for development) by having a training squad of 40. I think “development” can come from different areas of ultimate, e.g. club level, and doesn’t need to impact the fairly short time that a GB squad has to play together.

Given that two of you came from junior Ultimate - and that Amy's old school just won silver in the Mixed World Schools Championship - it's clear we have a lot of potential in junior Women's Ultimate. Do you think that we are doing enough to develop that next generation? Are there any particular things you'd like to see?
Rups
This is a really tough question, I've been out of juniors for a little while now and Amy has been out for a couple of years. I feel the turnover from school to university could be high because some women may not want to play ultimate at university or, may not go to university at all so may fall out of the sport. There is definitely talent in the Junior division at the moment, for example the U20s gave Iceni a great game at Tour! But I think the problem lies with the communication of some of the opportunities beyond the GB Junior system (including U24s) as it's not always easy to associate club ultimate with juniors. Something needs to be put in place as a stepping stone into ultimate later on in the junior's playing career, something that means we don't lose players either at university level or, after university as some of those girls really are the future of ultimate.
Amy
My great experience of juniors is down to the coaches I had, so seeing more coaches possibly go into schools/offer development sessions for school kids could be good. Very generic advice though, and easier said than done I’m sure.
Gabi
I agree! So many of us as in school played, for example; football, it's such a common activity now. It would be incredible to make ultimate a more common sport for kids in schools! Make it a part of PE or an after school club. Kudos to all those teachers who are implementing this already!

Who are some role models that you either looked up to or still look up to, when you are wanting to push yourselves to that next level?
Rups
Chrissy Hunter is a massive role model for me, always has been and always will be. She is super athletic and showed me what it was to be an incredible athlete when I was younger, and she also does so much for the ultimate community and the next generation of ultimate.
Amy
For me I’ve had a fair few, Shino Marta Yoshen (an American Scandal player who did a masters at Bath last year) - as well as being incredible, she had such a good mindset when playing and was a great teammate. Also, I have to shout out to Bristol Women who just push me to want to be better at every training I go to.
Gabi
At the expense of sounding cheesy, my role models have always been my teammates. Whether a previous captain or a friend from a club, there’s always someone who I wanted to learn from and play like (or mark up against to get challenged and wrecked!). Shout out to Helena “Slatez” Slater and Basia Szymanska, who have shaped me as a player!

Whichever generation you're looking at, there's female talent at every level in GB
PC: GB U20 Women Facebook

What is going to help separate GB U24 Women from all the other teams at Worlds?
Amy
Our coach James’ beautiful feet
(Jokes)
(Kinda)
Good question though. Having a think.
Amy
Through this season we’ve had a lot of challenging games/situations already (having had sudden death games at all our tournaments) ,and I think this has really upped our mental toughness for going into a week long competition.
Rups
Another thing is that we know we have just got to focus on us, regardless of the situation, what is going on in the pool, or what our next cross is going to be. We are all about the team, and always putting ourselves first.

Gabi
I think it is also about expectation - a lot of the other teams are going in with the mentality that they have to win and that could be their trip-up. We are going in with the mindset that we are there to play our game, surprise ourselves, and focus on us, like Rups said.

Are there any teams you're particularly looking forward to playing?
Gabi
We are really looking forward to facing up against our European mates, like Ireland and a rematch against Italy!
Rups
Yep definitely the European team!! If seniors was anything to go by then the European scene is super exciting at the moment and there should be some close games across the board!

We’re going to finish with some quickfire teammate questions:
Who on your team do you think is going to be a breakout star this tournament?
Amy
This year, a fair few of our players are fairly unexposed to the GB/international circuit - which is why it’s so exciting - so we can’t pick one player who would be our “breakout” star. Watch the stream and decide for yourself!!

Which pair have the best on-field connection?
Rups
Si Ci Ong to Alana Archer is a pretty sweet pairing!

Which pair have the best off-field connection?
Amy
Ciara Moore and Ellie Payne - turn round for one second and they’ll be giggling about something 😂

Who is the most spirited?
Gabi
Erina Brown - she's actually one of our spirit captains! #coincidence?

Who is the funniest?
Amy
Gabi.
Rups
Funniest ..... Amy for sure!
Gabi
Ghelani.

Who is going to make the best play for the highlight reel?
Amy
Ellie Payne or Alana Archer with a huge bid.

Who is the player who is going to hype you up in your toughest games?
Amy
Rups has such inspiring people they’ve been rumoured to make people cry.
Gabi
^ditto!

Who is the biggest coach's pet?
Gabi
Alana Archer, apparently she moved to London when she found out that's where they live...

Any final words or messages to the fans?
Gabi
Follow our Insta/Facebook!
Amy
And watch us on the live stream if we get streamed!



Good luck over in Germany GB! #oneGB

Catch the U24 teams in action on Fanseat or Ultiworld.
(Editor's note: There should be a post on this group for any updates on GB being livestreamed)

Interview with GB U24 Captain/Spirit Captain: Seb Allen and Josh Awcock

Writer: Hazard Editor: Nic Seb Allen (left) and Josh Awcock (right), European Champions Seb  Hi, I’m Seb, the GB U24 Open captain. ...