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Old 11-19-2019, 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Cgkdisc View Post
Minnesota has had an annual State Championship for over 30 years. At some point in the 80s, the Minnesota Frisbee Association - MFA (the oldest state org) created a circular wooden award divided into three pie wedge plaques. These wedges are traveling trophies awarded to the Open winner of the MN Majestic, State Championship and the MN Summer Tour Champ (or maybe the Fall Championship winner.) Only a few players in the past 40 years have won or at least held all three wedges at one time during a 12-month period.

Chris "Critter" Meyer has been running the State Championship for the MFA as a single day, 2-round PDGA event in October for several years now. Although the MFA owns the Tournament name, it seems like the MFA Board has been satisfied with Critter running it until he wants to pass it on.
Is the State Championship run like any other A/B Tier? Is there a berth or qualification system?
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