Posted Date: October 28, 2015
USDAA is proud to induct Jory Friemann into the USDAA Hall of Fame as a Pioneer of Dog Agility.
country far, far away, the founder and director of the Costa Rica Agility Team
has worked tirelessly for the past eleven years to keep agility alive and thriving
in Costa Rica and Central America.
Costa Rica Agility Team was the first and only USDAA affiliated group in Costa
Rica and Central and South America. They average four tournament events each
year which has qualified many competitors to compete at Cynosport over the
host agility seminars with top instructors annually and have also organized
three USDAA Judging Clinics. These efforts have not only improved the
competitors of Costa Rica; Central America now boasts 10 USDAA approved judges!
year, they began to see the fruits of their labor with new competitors and groups forming in Guatemala and El Salvador. The Costa Rica Agility Team members supported these efforts with logistics,
organization, scoring, competing and judging.
a huge accomplishment from someone who lives in an isolated country with
limited financial resources.
proud to induct Jory Friemann into
the USDAA Hall of Fame as a Pioneer of Dog Agility. His time, dedication and commitment to grow USDAA Agility in Central and South American is unmatched and well deserved!