The men’s world record for disc throwing is 74.08 m and belongs to the German Jürgen Schult (1986); the women’s (and absolute) record was set by Gabriele Reinsch in 1988: 76.80 m.
Who invented the plastic Frisbee?
In 1948, Walter Frederick Morrison and his partner Warren Franscioni invented a plastic version of the disc called the “Flying Saucer” that could fly further and more accurately than the tin pie plates.
How far can an Aerobie fly?
Easily thrown twice as far as any conventional disc product, the Aerobie Sprint is the compact version of the Guinness World Record Holding Aerobie Pro (world’s farthest thrown object – 1333 feet!) Great for Frisbee games such as Ultimate Frisbee!
What is a Frisbee with a hole in it called?
The Aerobie allows for throws over unusually long distances. It flies faster and farther than a common flying disc.