Round 4: Challengers – Bad Dog Agility Academy

Round 4: Challengers

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  • says:

    So only the top 15 in each height class run Callengers?

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      From the premium:

      This class is open to the top 4 dogs within each jump height from Rounds 1, 2 and 3 that have not already gained
      placement into the finals, providing they scored 100 in that round AND have two clean rounds out of the three rounds.
      Each of the three rounds is reviewed independently. The dog that wins the Challengers Class (in each jump height) will
      gain entry into the Finals, provided their score in the Challengers class is a 100.
      Example: If dogs 1–4 from Round 1 are in the Finals, then the next 4 dogs in that Round are eligible for the Challengers
      Class (provided they had scores of 100 in Round 1 and two clean rounds within Round 1, 2 and 3).

    • Sarah Fernandezlopez says:

      And in my own words. The challenges round is like a last chance at the finals for dogs that are highly competitive, but have one NQ run.

      So you need one placement run and one other q to make it to the challenge. This affects your strategy. If you have an NQ run and a placement run, you just need another Q. You don’t need it to be overly fast. If you have an NQ and a Q that isn’t scored very high, you need to really go for it in the final run to try and get a placement.

      Also note, it is top 4 dogs THAT ARE NOT ALREADY IN THE FINALS. Which means it doesn’t really have to be a placement, it just needs to be high enough that you’re one of the top 4 eligible dogs for Challengers. Often they go down to 8-10th place.

  • says:

    There is nothing on this page?

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