September 2017 36×85 Fast & Fun League Results

These are preliminary results. There is a possibility that more results may be incoming!

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Wicked West Australians in Banjup, Western Australia holds to a convincing lead in the 36×85 Fast & Fun league (clearly, sometimes called “Fast & Flowing”).

The top scoring dog for the August Fast & Fun league was Ripley, a Border Collie representing the Wicked West Australia team. Ripley, handled by Nic Ford finished this course with zero faults in a time of 30.59 seconds, earning 48 Lifetime Performance Points (LPP):

The top scoring dog for the second place team, Country Dream Agility in Waterford, OH was Kory, a Border Collie handled by Bud Houston. Kory finished in fifth place in the August competition (as those Wicked Australians held the top four placements). Kory ran this course in 37.07 seconds, earning 44 LPP:

You can view the August 2017 36×85 Fast & Fun course and see the placements for all dogs here:

http://www.dogagility.org/Documents/Results/Standings080117D36x85.pdf

Most of the results for the 36×85 Fast & Fun league are graced with a YouTube recording.

Competition Note

A few of the NDAL franchise clubs opted out of competition in August on account of the oppressive summer heat. We miss each of them!

September 36×85 Fast & Fun Preview

The September game will be the final competition of the Summer 2017 series. This course was designed by Christina Wakefield, captain of AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous, the NDAL franchise team in Louisville, KY.

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This numbered course shall be scored Time, Plus Faults.

A new club can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet090117D36x85.xls

Active franchises will be emailed the scorekeeping worksheets populated with their active rosters.

Jumping into the League

New clubs are always welcome to join us for play in the NDAL 36×85 Fast & Fun League. As the name implies, this competition is run in a 36×85 competition space. The design should feature modest technical challenges with the dog working at full speed.

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