History of WUGC
The WFDF World Ultimate & Guts Championships are currently held every 4 years. Qualifying events in each country typically occur in the year prior to the World Championships.
In 1983, the first World Ultimate & Guts Championship was held in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Related events include:
- WFDF World Club Ultimate Championships, where multiple 'club' teams from each country can qualify to attend, also held every four years but staggered by two years from the World Championships.
- WFDF World Junior Ultimate Championships, also held every four years and staggered by 2 years from the World Championships.
- World Games - Ultimate was first included as a medal sport in the 2001 World Games in Akita, Japan.
|Open||Women||Junior Open||Junior Women||Master||Mixed||Open|
|1992||Utsunomiya, Japan||Sweden||Japan||Chinese Taipei||-||USA||-||USA|
|1994||Colchester, UK||USA||Sweden||USA||-||-||-||Chinese Taipei|
|1996||Jonkoping, Sweden||USA||Sweden||Sweden||-||Sweden||-||Chinese Taipei|
|1998||Blaine, MN, USA||Canada||USA||USA||-||Canada||Canada||Chinese Taipei|
|2000||Heilbronn, Germany||USA||Canada||Sweden||USA||USA||USA||Chinese Taipei|