Guillem Pina started playing ultimate when he was in college in Girona (in Catalonia, Spain). There he had the life-changing luck of getting to know a person who played the extremely rare sport (in Spain) of Ultimate Frisbee, and who invited him to join a practice of the local team, Disctèrics. Right after the very first practice he fell deeply in love with the sport and he hasn’t stopped playing ever since.
After having to move back to Barcelona, he played with Peixets, one of the local teams, and had the chance to have his first experiences as a coach to the team and also at high schools where several players from Barcelona would go to teach Ultimate frisbee and the Spirit of the Game. As Guillem kept on growing as a player, he transitioned to Bravas, the elite team in Barcelona, where he is currently the coach.
One of Guillem’s biggest achievements in his sports life is having made it to the Spanish Open National Team where he has had the chance to play an European Championship and two World Championships, the most recent one being the WCBU 2017 in Royan where the Spanish Open National Team did an incredible job making it to the quarterfinals and finishing in 6th position. An experience he could only have dreamed of when he first started playing Frisbee.