Dan Dege and Tom Slattery will be judging the event.
Small -14 inches - for dogs 13-3/4” and under at the shoulder
Medium -18 inches - for dogs 16-7/8” and under at the shoulder
Large - 26 inches - for dogs over 16-7/8” at the shoulder
Agility Vision is once again live streaming and providing 6 months of Video on Demand access for the Tryouts. For $22.50 you get access to the Live Stream and the Video on Demand for later viewing.Two spots per jump height will be guaranteed on the team based on their performance at these Tryouts.
- There will be five rounds total over two days and every dog will run every round.
- Practice is on Friday. There will be three rounds on Saturday (standard, JWW, standard) and two rounds on Sunday (JWW, standard)
- Standard course time (SCT) for each round will be set based on an average of the 2 fastest clean rounds plus 10%.
- Time faults will be rounded up to the nearest multiple of 5 (eg: 1.19 seconds over SCT would be scored as 5 faults, 8.32 seconds over SCT would be scored as 10 faults).World Team spot #1 comes from three rounds of competition (rounds #1-3) –all scores count - cumulative score, then time. World Team spot #2 comes from top placements in all five rounds of competition.Dogs placing in the top 30% of their jump height in any round get points (5 points for 1st place, 4 points for 2nd place, etc. if there were 16 dogs). Dogs must have a clean round to get points for that round. The dog with the highest number of points wins spot #2.If there is a tie in points, the dog that placed in the most rounds wins the spot. If there is still a tie, the dog with the most 1st places wins – if needed, the dog with the most 2nd places wins, etc. If still tied, the dogs with the highest number of seconds under SCT from placing rounds wins.If the same dog wins spot #1 and spot #2, spot #2 will be given to the dog with the second highest number of placement points.
Final selections will be announced by the end of May, 2011. Running positions (including alternates if any) at the World Championships for all dogs, whether they won their position on the team at Tryouts, or they were “selected dogs”, shall be chosen by the World Team Coach, Nancy Gyes. Even dogs winning positions on the team at Tryouts may be used as Alternates-Only at the actual event.
Handy Links (and other info to be updated throughout the weekend):
Past year team participants
Running Order - Saturday
Full Results Round 1
Large - 1st Daisy Peel & Solar, 2nd Terry Smorch & Presto, 3rd Dudley Fontaine & Jack
Medium - 1st Maureen Waldron & Mickle, 2nd Karen Holik & Sizzle, 3rd Jennifer Crank & Blaster
Small - 1st place Barb Davis & Skecher, 2nd Marcy Mantell and Wave, 3rd Heidi Vania & Ice
Full Results Round 2
Large - 1st Denise Thomas & zippity, 2nd Jef Blake & Klepto, 3rd Laura Jones & Kep
Medium - 1st John Nys & Rush, 2nd Maureen Waldron & Mickle, 3rd Laurene Galgano & Token
Small - 1st Barb Davis & Skecher (WT Member), 2nd Janet Dunn & Tantrum, 3rd Heidi Vania and Ice
Full Results Round 3
Large - 1st Tori Self & Revolution, 2nd Naci Berkox & Will, 3rd Daisy Peel & Solar (WT Member)
Medium - 1st Karen Holik & Sizzle (WT Member), 2nd Diane Goodspeed & Demon, 3rd Maureen Waldron & Mickle (WT Member)
Small - 1st Janet Dunn & Tantrum, 2nd Karen Holik & Ice, 3rd Deborah McBride & Chase
Full Results Round 4
Large - 1st Tori Self & Revolution, 2nd Terry Smorch & Presto (WT Member), 3rd Jamie Herren & Zip
Medium - 1st John Nys & Rush, 2nd Laurene Galgano & Token, 3rd Elizabeth Evans & Hemi
Small - 1st Barb Davis & Skecher, 2nd Marcy Mantell & Wave, 3rd Dee Anna Gamel & Kelsi
Full Results Round 5
Large - Large - 1st Laura Jones & Kep, 2nd Naci Berkoz & Will, 3rd Linda Mecklenburg & Wonder
Medium - 1st Ashley Deacon & Luka, 2nd John Nys & Rush, 3rd Jean Lavalley & Cheer
Small - 1st Janet Dunn & Tantrum (WT Member), 2nd Heidi Vania & Ice, 3rd Barb Davis & Skecher