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K9 Toss & Fetch Frisbee Worldwide Championships


Sat 12 Oct 2019, 10:00am–3:00pm
Sun 13 Oct 2019, 9:00am–2:00pm

Where: Curra Community Hall, 10–22 David Drive, Curra, Gympie Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: gympiediscdogs

The K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch Worldwide Championship, the largest one-day dog competition on planet earth, with up to 1,500 competitors in 22 regional championship locations, is coming to the Gympie Region on Saturday, October 12 and is open to the public.

Come watch the dogs fly!
More than 20 teams of frisbee-throwing humans and their amazing high-flying canine athletes will compete in the Oceania Australia Regional Championship in Obetz. At the end of the day, their scores will be stacked against the other teams around the globe and the Worldwide Champions will be crowned and announced through the League’s Facebook Page.

The simultaneous worldwide competition kicks off in Queensland, Australia at 10am Saturday, October 12, 2019—runs through Europe, the United States, Colombia, and Canada—and finishes in Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Club Champions and Individual Team Champions will be awarded regionally and worldwide. In just three and a half years, the K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch League has grown into a worldwide phenomenon with more than 5,000 active competitors in 17 countries worldwide.

The funnest, friendliest dog sport on the planet
According to Mark Vitullo, the League’s founder, Toss & Fetch League was developed to give the backyard player an easy, fun and family-friendly way to enjoy a dog sport in their local community. “Anyone, anywhere with at least 8 people can start a K9 Frisbee Toss & Fetch Club and, so far, more 250 have popped up around the world. This Worldwide Championship is a way for us to celebrate the League’s growth and reward the Teams who have excelled in the sport.”