Michael Fung (left): Born and raised in Vancouver, Michael Fung has been involved in ultimate, both as a player and a coach, for over 14 years. He played varsity ultimate at UBC and competed in several CUUC's while playing for the Thunderbirds. Over the past eight years, Michael has worked extensively to establish an outstanding juniors ultimate program in BC. He has been involved in many aspects of development including coaching high school, running development programs and coordinating juniors leagues. Michael has coached six seasons of junior's club, winning three gold and one silver at CJUC. In 2014 he was the assistant coach for the U19 men's open team that competed at World’s in Lecco, Italy. While in Italy, Michael helped lead the team to a gold medal finish

Victoria Lam (middle)

Zach Gray (right): Zach's Ultimate life started on the fertile fields of Prince of Wales Secondary in Vancouver BC. He was a high-flying soccer goalie until a playground game of 500-up with the frisbee weirdos taught him how much he liked skying people and that was pretty much all he cared about until 2006 when he graduated from UBC and started a music career. Zach's favourite throw is a high release hammer.


Alex Lam (left): Alex first started playing on a VUL team in 2008, and has since played on club teams including Mio Grape and Banana Cutters. From playing VUL, to coaching and now coordinating, Alex is excited to continue to develop and witness the growth of the Vancouver youth scene. As the worst player in his family, which includes Josh and Victoria Lam, Alex knows how to be the 8th man on the sideline. If you've been coached by Alex you're sure to have witnessed his awkward dance moves, laughed at his horrible Birkenstock tan-lines, and seen his dog Blitz. However, hopefully you've also witnessed the team focus, support and positive energy that Alex believes in fostering in all his teams.

Jon Hayduk (middle)

Edward Guo (right): Edward Guo started playing ultimate during his ninth grade at Hugh McRoberts Secondary. Since then he has been hooked and has gone on to play another 10 years and(and counting) for various local and international teams. Edward’s coaching resume includes coaching a variety of different teams and different skill levels, including Mayhem, RT, Alpha and Sir Winston Churchill Secondary’s teams. He loves coaching because he wants to see growth in ultimate in Vancouver at the junior level and hopes that they continue playing when they graduate. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and watching the NFL.