- Rob McLeod
- 71.70 point(s)
- Canada (Edmonton)
The highest score achieved for a mini flying disc self-caught flight while on ice skates is 71.70 points, achieved by Rob McLeod (Canada) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on 11 March 2018. The record was verified by the World Flying Disc Federation.
This boomerang-style discipline combines both time aloft and distance covered to derive a total score. As per WFDF regulations, "mini discs" can be no larger than 4.5 in (11.43 cm) in diameter.
McLeod holds multiple other flying disc records, including the farthest throw and catch of a standard-size flying disc while on ice skates – 92.4 m (303 ft 1.8 in) – and the highest-scoring self-caught flight on ice skates with a standard-size flying disc (163.77 points) both set on 17 February 2018.
He also jointly holds several canine flying-disc records. The farthest distance flying disc catch by a dog is 122.5 m (402 ft) caught by Davy the Whippet in Thorhild, Alberta, Canada, on 14 October 2012. While the longest time for a flying disc to be aloft before being caught by a dog is 10.59 seconds set by McLeod and Davy in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, on 9 October 2017.