Even the mightiest can fall. And there are few equals maybe none mightier than our stumbling hero. Regarding lcgm8s comment on Linus vs Avery and mightiness one has to remember that Linus too is a world champion. He's the only one beating DGR member williethekid in junior world championships a couple of years back.
Not present in this video is Emelie Åström who also has a monster arm so Linus and her definitely seem to have genes for DG. Not every man can match her arm and I've never seen such arm speed and power from a woman even though I filmed Val and Burl among others for a round this year at the European Open. That'll probably be published later as lcgm8 gets time to do that.
We've got a lot on our plates for this year to arrange and wrapping up some projects like frisbeekoulu from last year before the EO gets full exposure on youtube. And stuff I can't divulge yet.
As usual sorry about the overexposure in these early tries of mine with my camera on automatic controls. I adopted a workaround only later in the event. I used automatic controls for speed because I was afraid to miss the throws. As I gained experience and self confidence I moved to manual controls for better image quality.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.