- Rob McLeod
- 6.40 second(s)
- Canada (Edmonton)
The longest time aloft for a mini flying disc thrown by a male while on ice skates is 6.40 seconds, set by Rob McLeod (Canada) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on 11 March 2018. The record was ratified by the World Flying Disc Federation.
McLeod holds multiple flying disc records including the farthest throw, skate and catch of a mini flying disc while on ice skates by a male, which he set on the same day: 39.85 m (130 ft 9 in). He also currently holds both of these titles set with a full-size flying disc on 17 February 2018: a distance of 92.4 m (303 ft 1.8 in) and a time aloft of 14.14 seconds.
As per WFDF regulations a "mini disc" can be no larger than 4.5 inches (11.43 cm) in diameter.
The longest time aloft for a flying disc thrown by a male while on ice skates is 14.14 seconds, set on 17 February 2018.