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CHAMPIONSHIP

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for trail maintenance
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Kenosha Running Company donates a portion of every entry fee for this purpose.

“The mission of the Kenosha County Parks Division is to provide accessible, diverse venues throughout the County that encourage the pursuit of healthy, recreational and educational outdoor activities while promoting the preservation of our community’s natural resources. The Parks Division collaborates with partners to optimize the benefits of developing and maintaining a robust, regionally recognized park system.”

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

You have been putting in the training.  Now is the time to see if the hard work has paid off!

The CaniCross Championships is the culmination of our Winter/Spring CaniCross season.  This all day event will be highlighted with several events including a 1.5 m x 2 event, a 3 mile, 6 mile long course, a 1.5 mile junior event, and a 1.5 mile walk. 

Even if you are just dipping your paw into the world of CaniCross, no worries, this CaniCross Exclusive event will give you the opportunity to test your and Rover's fitness against other like-minded, pet-loving runners/walkers.  Whether you have a distance dog or a sprinter, there is an event for you!  After you have competed, plan on staying and enjoy food for both you and your dog and the company of fellow CaniCross athletes!

If you're wondering what CaniCross is then you're not alone.  This is one of the fastest growing sports that one can do with their dog.  It derives from the sport of dog mushing but you are working as a team with Rover.  It's very much a team effort.  While you can certainly participate and just run with your dog the idea behind CaniCross is that the dog is actually pulling you while you are running.  This sport has gained a lot of popularity across Europe and is gaining popularity here in United States and Canada.  The only thing required is a dog harness, gangline, and CaniCross belt.  To get a better idea of what CaniCross is about watch this video!

CaniCross Championship Events*:
10:00 a.m.  -- 1.5 mile run event (first event of the 1.5 x 2)
10:30 a.m. -- 7.0 mile run event
12:00 p.m. -- 1.5 mile walk (free)
1:00 p.m. -- 1.5 mile run event (second event of the 1.5 x2)
1:00 p.m. -- 1.5 mile run event Junior CaniCross

Awards will be determined by size of the dog (under/over 80 lbs) and then broken into female and male open, master, and super master categories (owner).

*Times and  event order subject to change.

We want this to be a fun experience for both you and your pet so we encourage you to come out and try out this sport. While it can be competitive we just want everyone to have fun, no matter what level you or your pup are.  

ROVER's RULES for CaniCross:

Pre-post run or walk, all dogs must be on a short leash. Dogs must be under control around other dogs, runners & walkers.  Owners, please be aware of children approaching your dog.  Clean up after your dog.  No dogs inside buildings.  We want this to be a fun, safe event for everyone and every dog.

CaniCross Championship
Individual - 1.5 mile, 6 mile & 1.5 mile Junior:  $34.00

Individual - 1.5 mile CaniCross x2 (a.m./p.m.):  $45.00


Same Day Registration:

Individual - 1.5 mile, 6 mile & 1.5 mile Junior:  $34.00
Individual - 
1.5 mile CaniCross x2 (a.m./p.m.):  $45.00

Sunday, April 7, 2018

9:00 a.m.

KD Park, Burlington, WI