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US Disc Dog West Coast Nationals


June 30, 2018
Lower Arroyo Park
100 Stoney Drive, South Pasadena, CA 91030

 USDDN

Disc Dogs in Southern California is proud to present the US Disc Dog West Coast Nationals, A USDDN Nationals Qualifier

Please see the USDDN Competitor & Judging Handbook for division classifications, rules & guidelines.
Please see the USDDN website for further information.
Contact: Benny Wong benny@d2isc.com


Schedule:

Registration/check-in begins at 7:15am and ends at 8:00am. The competitor's meeting will be at 9:00am and the event will start shortly thereafter. NO LATE REGISTRATION IS ALLOWED.


Divisions/Fees:

The two Freestyle divisions will include Super Open (Advanced Freestyle) and Open (Intermediate Freestyle). The entry fee will be $20 for each division. Awards will be presented to the top three finishers in Open and the top four finishers in Super Open.

The Toss & Fetch divisions will include Super Pro, Pro (Intermediate) and Novice Toss & Fetch. The entry fee will be $10 for all Toss & Fetch divisions. Awards will be presented to the top four finishers in Super Pro and the top three finishers in Pro, and Novice Toss & Fetch divisions.

The top four finishing teams in the Super Open Freestyle division and the Super Pro Toss & Fetch division that have not already qualified will advance to the Nationals semi-final round. There will also be three alternate teams in each of these two divisions.


Registration:

CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION:


Venue Map:

The easiest way to get there is to go down Mission to where it ends, don’t turn left or right, but go down middle lane, hug to the right all the way down, pass the baseball hut, go thru a tunnel and it is right there!

If going on 5 to 110, get off at Orange Grove, turn right, go to Mission, right again and follow as above.

If going 210, get off at Orange Grove, go left and again, go to Mission, right again and follow as above. This is the safest route thou there may be a faster route if you want to follow your gps which won’t list 100 Stoney, so use 600 Stoney, but the signs will say either Lower Arroyo, or Arroyo as you go down the hill.