Posted Date: May 7, 2012
You don't have to miss this world class event!
This week, agility competitors from all over the world will be heading to the Watt Arena at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Texas, to compete with the best agility competitors from 11 different countries. This Olympic-style event includes Standard Agility, Jumping, Gamblers, Snooker, Biathlon, Individual All-Around, and Three-Dog Team Championships. Countries collect gold, silver, and bronze medals for top performers in each of these disciplines.
The unofficial festivities kick off on Wednesday with team practices. Thursday, USDAA is offering tournament classes open to all competitors (entries closed April 10). The 2012 IFCS World Agility Championships officially begin on Friday and continue throughout the weekend. Spectators are welcome, but if you can't be there in person, you can watch a live stream of all the good stuff for only $20!
The purchase price offers you video of the competition with commentary on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and an extra bonus of an open feed (an unmanned camera without commentary) on Thursday. There may also be a test feed available for a limited time on Wednesday (we'll keep you updated). Streamed files will be captured and posted for viewing on demand within a week following the conclusion of the event. There is no additional charge for the VOD, which will be available until June 30.
Event hours will generally run from 9:00am to 5:00pm, May 11-13, 2012, although times are subject to change. Visit www.cynosport.tv for more information and to purchase the stream. Don't miss this exciting event!