Santa Barbara Condors Ultimate


The Santa Barbara Condors ultimate frisbee team first took the field in 1974. They didn't know they were the Condors yet, but with the leadership of Tom Kennedy (TK) by 1976 they were playing games against opponents. And in 1977 they became the first National Champions in the sport. Then they repeated as #1 in 1978 and again in 1981. The Santa Barbara Condors are the longest running club team with the same name and background in the world... and their dedication and quality of play continues to this day. The 1998 and 1999 teams were 2nd in the nation (the 1999 team was 3rd in the world). In 2000 and 2001 the Condors were National Champions. The Condors became Club World Champions in 2002. The 2003 team was 2nd in north america, and in 2004 the Condors represented the US at the World Championships and won the silver medal.

This website is no longer updated, but it has great history.

Condors 1979
Condors 1989
Condors 1999
Condors 1978
Condors 1988
Condors 1998
Condors 1977
Condors 1987
Condors 1997
Condors 1976
Condors 1986
Condors 1996
Condors 1975
Condors 1985
Condors 1995
Condors 1974
Condors 1984
Condors 1994
Condors 1983
Condors 1993
Condors 1982
Condors 1992
Condors 1981
Condors 1991
Condors 1980
Condors 1990
Condors 2000

ULTIMATE: The First Four Decades
a 'coffee table' book on the complete history of the sport

Summary of Condor Results

Longest Playing Condors

Condors Founder (TK)

Memorable Pictures

Other Condor Links:

Condors '25th Reunion' - 1999

Videos and Team Pictures

Condors Goaltimate

Condor Discs

Parents Page

Santa Barbara Ultimate Home Page