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2014 IFCS World Agility Championships: Day One, Competition Begins

Photos and partial results from the big event!


The American team takes on the course:



Andy Mueller and Crackers


Ivette White and Zip


Jeannette Hutchison and Rumble.


Jennifer Crank and Kaboo.


Jennifer Thomas and Rodeo


Jennifer Crank and Sonic


Kate Moureaux and Smart


Linda Womer and Sonic


Lori Michaels and Solei


Mary Ellen and Maizy


Maureen Waldron and Michael


Monique Plinck and Tiki


Paulina Renee Simpson and Graphite


Stacy Peardot-Goudy and SoBe


Ashley Anderson and Psi


Giuliana Lund and Zuri


Desiree Snelleman and Pace


Stacy Bols and Krusher


Terry Smorch and Presto

Results 
(Subject to change.)

While official results are not yet available (all competitors must have access to the results before they are made official), the unofficial results can be seen at http://www.ifcsdogsports.com/Courses%20and%20Results. There is already (unofficial) exciting news for Team USA! The Toy Dog team put in an amazing showing in both Individual Jumping and Individual Snooker, with Andy Mueller and Crackers bringing home silver medals in both classes! We had several other Team USA members in the Individual Jumping Toy Dogs top 10, including Monique Plinck and Tiki (7th), Ivette White and Zip (9th), and Linda Womer and Sonic (10th). 

In the other height groups, top 10 Team USA finishes in Individual Jumping were, in the Midi Dog class, Stacy Peardot-Goudy and Sobe (4th), and in the Maxi Dog class, Desiree Snelleman and Pace took home the Gold medal! Lori Michaels and Solei were 6th, Terry Smorch and Presto were 7th, and Ashley Anderson and Psi were 10th, also in the Maxi Dog class.

In Individual Snooker, in addition to the Toy Dog team accomplishments, Team USA had 5th and 8th place finishes in the Maxi Dog class (Jenn Crank and Sonic and Desiree Snelleman and Pace, respectively).

In the medal standings, Russia is leading with 10 medals overall (4 Gold, 2 Silver, 4 Bronze). Canada is next with four total (2 Gold and 2 Bronze). Team USA is in a three-way tie for third place with three total medals. The US and Italy both have 1 Gold and 2 Silvers. The Netherlands has 1 Silver and 2 Bronze. Belgium has one Silver. 
 
Ribbons and medals will be awarded tomorrow. Congratulations on a great start, Team USA!

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