The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) has announced that it is launching the second ever Global Disc Sports Community Survey.
The questionnaire has been purposely designed to gather input from athletes, coaches, administrators, tournament directors and anyone else involved with disc sports from around the globe.
WFDF hopes to get as much participation as possible in the online survey, which is now officially open and will close on September 18, 2016.
“After posting our first global disc sports community survey in 2014, with 3,400 respondents, we are hoping to update our demographic information about the disc sports community," stated WFDF President Robert Rauch.
"This is so it can be used to support promotional efforts to further the sport, and to get input on a variety of important issues that are currently being discussed.
“Over the last several years WFDF has been really trying to better serve the disc community, and we hope that the input we get through this survey will ensure we are being responsive to our constituency.
"We encourage every player and all others involved at all levels in all disc sports to take around the 20 minutes it takes to respond to this 40 question survey, as your opinion truly matters and we are hopeful to get over 5,000 responses this year.”
All responses from the survey will remain completely anonymous and the aggregate results will be shared publicly in a final report that shall be issued once completed.
This news comes after the WFDF announced that the 2017 Pan American Ultimate Club Championships (PAUCC) will be staged in Cañuelas City, which lies 40 kilometres outside of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The event is due to take place from November 14 until 19 at the Dirck Henry Kloosterman Recrational Center and will be supported by the Pan American Flying Disc Federation.
The survey can be found here.