The ultimate college sport, Ultimate Frisbee, was officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee on Sunday.

Bros of the world likely took a moment to pour one out in celebration.

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For those of you who haven’t stepped foot on a college campus, an urban park’s lawn, or anywhere bros have grazed in the last 50 years: Ultimate Frisbee (also known as just “Ultimate”) is a non-contact hybrid sport that has elements of soccer, basketball and football. Instead of a ball however, players use -- you guessed it -- a frisbee.

“This is an incredible milestone in the 30 year history of WFDF and a further important step for our International Federation in the development of our sport worldwide,” the World Flying Disc Federation (an actual thing) wrote on its website. “We are looking forward to continuing to work with the IOC as our partner in promoting Flying Disc sports around the globe.”

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So what does being recognized by the International Olympic Committee mean?

Well, not much actually. 

As recently as December of 2013, the IOC provisionally recognized International Federation of American Football, but Tom Brady has yet to be up for a gold medal at the Olympics.