- Rob McLeod
- 14.14 second(s)
- Canada (Edmonton)
The longest time aloft for a flying disc thrown by a male while on ice skates is 14.14 seconds, set by Rob McLeod (Canada) at the Silver Skate Festival in Hawrelak Park in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on 17 February 2018. The record was ratified by the World Flying Disc Federation.
At the same event on the same day, McLeod also set a record for the farthest throw, skate and catch of a flying disc while on ice skates, covering a distance of 92.4 m (303 ft 1.8 in).
He also jointly holds two canine flying-disc records with Davy the Whippet. The farthest distance flying disc catch by a dog is 122.5 m (402 ft) set 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 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, on 9 October 2017.
The female record for longest time aloft thrown while on ice skates is 6.22 seconds, set by Jennie Orsten (Canada) on 11 February 2017, also in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.