2022 Skyhoundz World Canine Disc Championship Information

Skyhoundz Last Chance Qualifier / World Championship

Registration will open on August 1, 2022.

  

We have taken enhanced health and safety measures for you, our competitors, and our staff. You must follow all posted instructions while attending the Skyhoundz Classic Last Chance Qualifier/World Canine Disc Championship. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, unvaccinated individuals, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By attending the Skyhoundz Classic Last Chance Qualifier/World Canine Disc Championship, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

Changes / Important Announcements: For the latest updates, changes, etc., sign up and follow us on our Twitter account.

Skyhoundz Twitter Link
https://twitter.com/skyhoundz

Thank you to Play.Wash.Pint and Nooga Paws for providing all World Championship competitors free self-service dog washes and a 20% discount on merchandise and food (at both locations) while they are in Chattanooga. Just give them a call for more information.

Play.Wash.Pint
113 Johnson St
Chattanooga, TN 37408
423-643-BARK

Nooga Paws
313 Manufacturers Rd, Ste 111
Chattanooga, TN 37405
423-531-6113

This year we are pleased to support Love on a Leash. Love On A Leash® is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing an avenue for volunteer pet therapy teams to engage in meaningful and productive animal assisted therapy.

Special thanks to:

Chattanooga Sports – Tim Morgan (President), Malik Foreman (Business Development Manager), and Marissa Guarneiri (Sports Event Management)
Heaven & Ale – Joe Winland
Alex Lee – Official World Championship Photographer
Love on a Leash – Kathy Mindel
MAD Dogs (Mid-Atlantic Disc Dogs) for their help and support.
Outdoor Chattanooga – Philip Grymes / Jonathan Susman
Play.Wash.Pint / Nooga Paws – Bob Poore
Aura Maria Moreno Sierra World Championship design work (World Championship logo, poster, disc, T-Shirts)
Volunteers (Everyone who contributes their time and energy to make the World’s great!)

IMPORTANT: Last Chance Qualifier / World Championship Competitor Information

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

Audits: This year, there are no audits accepted at any Last Chance Qualifier.

Cuts: At the Skyhoundz Classic World Championship, in the interest of time and competitiveness, there will be cuts in all Divisions as shown below. Please note, no tie-breakers will be utilized for any cut:
Open-top 20 after the second round (D/A)
Open MicroDog-top 10 after the second round (D/A)
Open Youth-top 10 after the second round (D/A)
Sport-top 10 after the second round (D/A)
Sport MicroDog-top 10 after the second round (D/A)
Pairs Freestyle-top 10 after the first round (Freestyle)

Music: Competitors competing in any LCQ/WC Freestyle event: DiscDogathon Freestyle, Skyhoundz Classic Open/Pairs must upload music to us in advance of the date of their competition. We will not accept phones, cd’s, or music players at the event. Music can be uploaded here. Also, see “The Mickey Rule” shown below.

Competition Apparel: On the day of competitions, competitors must wear the Hyperflite Skyhoundz Qualifier or World Championship T-shirts and apparel (cool weather permitting) provided, as is, without alteration at all times when on the playing field, warm-up areas, or in competitor tents. We will be filming on the field as well as conducting off-field interviews during the Qualifiers and World Championships and we will only be able to use video and images featuring our logos. So please make sure that you wear your Hyperflite apparel (And, if you wear a vaulting vest, the shirt must be worn over the vest). You may wear appropriate non-logoed (manufacturer’s logo OK) athletic pants, shorts and shoes of your choosing. No props of any kind, including capes, vests, or other adornments worn by canines, are permitted in competition. Non-sponsor branded bandannas will be permitted, subject to the chief judge’s approval.

Official Discs/Other Rules: Hyperflite is the official disc of the Skyhoundz Canine Disc Championships. As such, all discs used in Skyhoundz competitions must be genuine Hyperflite discs. See individual event rules for further disc specifics.

Sportsmanship: Although only one team can win a World Championship in the applicable Divisions, you are all winners in the eyes of your canines. So, when you’re out on the field competing, don’t forget to have fun with your best friend. Hyperflite will not tolerate displays of unsportsmanlike conduct at the various Hyperflite Skyhoundz Qualifiers and World Championships. We urge you to familiarize yourself with our rules regarding unsportsmanlike behavior and understand that we will have a zero-tolerance policy for unseemly displays of poor sportsmanship at this family-friendly event. Treat the judges with respect and interact with them as you would want others to interact with you. Finally, please review the section on Sportsmanship in the Competition Section of Disc Dogs! The Complete Guide.

The Mickey Rule: The Hyperflite Skyhoundz World Canine Disc Championship Series is family entertainment at its finest. Families with young children attend many Skyhoundz events as competitors and spectators. A Youth Division is now part of the Skyhoundz Series. Accordingly, any musical selection, choreography, or costumes chosen by a competitor, to be used in conjunction with a Skyhoundz Freestyle routine, should be free of offensive, suggestive, or inappropriate language or themes. If you wouldn’t expect to see or hear it at Disney World, you shouldn’t include it in your routine at a Skyhoundz event. Please note that this rule also applies to international competitors competing with music that is in a language other than that of the Skyhoundz host country.

Competitors are responsible for reviewing their music to prevent any inappropriate or profane language (even the milder words) from being played. International competitors competing at the Skyhoundz World Championship, for whom English is not the first language, should have their English-language musical selection previewed by a trusted English-speaking individual to ensure adherence to the requirements of this rule. Please do not assume that song tracks not marked as explicit, if purchased from an online music source, will be acceptable. Listen to your selection carefully. When in doubt, leave it out!

Failure to adhere to the Mickey rule, in the sole discretion of Skyhoundz, will result in administrative actions up to and including immediate disqualification, suspension from future competitions, and/or vacation of any award or qualification slot earned at an event where the competitor’s conduct violates the spirit of this rule.

2022 Skyhoundz Last Chance Qualifier / World Championship Registration will open on August 1, 2022.

If you want to check on whether your registration was submitted correctly, please go here. If you need to make any changes/corrections or have difficulties with your registration, please contact us at info@skyhoundz.com or call us at 770-751-3882.

Sunday, September 11, 2022

The fields for the DiscDogathon / Xtreme Distance Last Chance Qualifiers will be set up on Sunday (weather permitting).

Camp Jordan (Camping Area Fields) / 323 Camp Jordan Road / East Ridge, Tennessee 37412

After field set-up has been completed competitors will be allowed to set up their tents in authorized areas. Competitors will be able to set their tents up only after Skyhoundz officials Ray Lowman or Frank Montgomery give the OK to do so. Tents set up without permission, or in areas not authorized for tents, will be moved or removed.

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

Monday, September 12, 2022

No on-site registrations will be accepted. You must pre-register through the link shown at the top of this page.

Last Chance Qualifiers for DiscDogathon and Xtreme Distance

Camp Jordan (Camping Area Fields) / 323 Camp Jordan Road / East Ridge, Tennessee 37412

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

It is recommended that competitors arrive at least one hour prior to the competition start time to check-in.

7 am-8 am — Set-Up / Competitor Check-In
8 am — Competitor Briefing
8:30 am — Competition Begins
6 pm — Awards Ceremony

Order of Events (DiscDogathon and Xtreme Distance will be run concurrently on two fields)

DiscDogathon
• Spot Landing/Spot Landing MicroDog
• Bullseye/Bullseye MicroDog
• Freestyle/Freestyle MicroDog
• TimeTrial/TimeTrial MicroDog
• Pairs Distance/Accuracy/Pairs Distance/Accuracy MicroDog

Xtreme Distance
• MicroDog
• Light Plastic
• Classic Plastic
• Unlimited Plastic

For each DiscDogathon and Xtreme Distance event/class entered at the Last Chance Qualifier, teams will compete in only one competitive round.

The top six finishers in each DiscDogathon event will receive invitations to the DiscDogathon World Championship — a total of 72 teams!

For the Xtreme Distance World Championship, the top six teams in each Division (Men’s and Women’s) and in each Plastic Class (MicroDog, Light, Classic, and Unlimited) will earn invitations to their respective World Championships — a total of 48 teams!

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

No on-site registrations will be accepted. You must be pre-qualified and have registered through the link shown at the top of this page for the World Championship (except for those who Qualified through the Last Chance Qualifier).

Xtreme Distance World Championship — Camp Jordan Park

Camp Jordan (Camping Area Fields) / 323 Camp Jordan Road / East Ridge, Tennessee 37412

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

It is recommended that competitors arrive at least one hour prior to the competition start time to check in.

7 am-8 am — Set-Up / Competitor Check-In
8 am — Competitor Briefing
8:30 am — Competition Begins
6 pm — Awards Ceremony

Order of Events

Xtreme Distance
• MicroDog
• Light Plastic
• Classic Plastic
• Unlimited Plastic

For each Xtreme Distance event/class entered at the World Championship, teams will compete in only one competitive round.

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

No on-site registrations will be accepted. You must be pre-qualified and have registered through the link shown at the top of this page for the World Championship (except for those who Qualified through the Last Chance Qualifier).

DiscDogathon World Championship — Camp Jordan Park

Camp Jordan (Camping Area Fields) / 323 Camp Jordan Road / East Ridge, Tennessee 37412

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

It is recommended that competitors arrive at least one hour prior to the competition start time to check in.

7 am-8 am — Set-Up / Competitor Check-In
8 am — Competitor Briefing
8:30 am — Competition Begins
6 pm — Awards Ceremony

Order of Events

DiscDogathon
• Spot Landing/Spot Landing MicroDog
• Bullseye/Bullseye MicroDog
• Freestyle/Freestyle MicroDog
• TimeTrial/TimeTrial MicroDog
• Pairs Distance/Accuracy/Pairs Distance/Accuracy MicroDog

For each DiscDogathon event/class entered at the World Championship, teams will compete in only one competitive round.

Thursday, September 15, 2022

(Emergency Raindate for the DiscDogathon / Xtreme Distance World Championship, if needed)

Competitors will be able to set their tents up only after Peter Bloeme gives the OK to do so. Tents set up without permission, or in areas not authorized for tents, will be moved or removed.

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

Come thirsty my friends…Drinks will be on us at Heaven & Ale.

Heaven & Ale
300 Cherokee Blvd. Suite 101
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405
423-521-4222

Friday, September 16, 2022

No on-site registrations will be accepted. You must pre-register through the link shown at the top of this page.

Skyhoundz Classic Last Chance Qualifier — Coolidge Park, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Coolidge Park / 150 River Street / Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If you are not vaccinated or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

It is recommended that competitors arrive at least one hour prior to the competition start time to check-in.

7 am — Competitor Set-Up (Set-Up can also take place on Thursday with Peter Bloeme’s approval)
7:30-8:30 am — Competitor Check-In
8:30 am — Competitor Briefing
9 am — Competition Begins
11 am — Special Morning Libations (for your non-competing guests) — Courtesy of Hyperflite and hosted by Mid-Atlantic Disc Dogs (MAD DOGS)
6 pm — Awards Ceremony

Order of Events (The Last Chance Qualifier will be run concurrently on two fields)

MicroDog Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Elimination Round (Sub Field)
Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Elimination Round (Sub Field)
Youth Division — Freestyle Elimination Round (Main Field)
MicroDog Open Division — Freestyle Elimination Round (Main Field)
Open Division — Freestyle Elimination Round (Main Field)
Youth Division — Distance/Accuracy Round (top 8) (Sub Field)
MicroDog Open Division — Distance/Accuracy Round (top 8) (Sub Field)
Open Division — Distance/Accuracy Round (top 10) (Sub Field)
MicroDog Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Finals (top 8) (Sub Field)
Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Finals (top 10) (Sub Field)
Youth Division — Freestyle Round (top 8) (Main Field)
MicroDog Open Division — Freestyle Round (top 10) (Main Field)
Open Division — Freestyle Round (top 10) (Main Field)
Pairs Freestyle Division — Freestyle Round (Main Field)

Qualifying Slots up for Grabs
Open Division: Six
Sport Division: Six
Youth Division: Three
MicroDog Open Division: Three
MicroDog Sport Division: Three
Pairs Freestyle Division: Three

After the first round, in each Division/Class, a cut will be made to 8 or 10 depending on Division. If there is a tie for the last spot, all those teams will advance.

The top finishers in each Skyhoundz Classic event will receive invitations to the Skyhoundz World Championship — a total of 27 teams!

Saturday, September 17, 2022

No on-site registrations will be accepted. You must be pre-qualified and have registered through the link shown at the top of this page for the World Championship (except for those who Qualified at the Last Chance Qualifier).

Skyhoundz Classic World Championship (Open Division, MicroDog Sport, and Youth Divisions)

Coolidge Park / 150 River Street / Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

It is recommended that competitors arrive at least one hour prior to the competition start time to check in.

7 am-9 am — Set-Up / Competitor Check-In
9 am — Competitor Briefing
9:30 am — Competition Begins
6 pm — Youth Division, MicroDog Sport Division, and Open Division Awards Ceremony

(There will be no charge for DiscDogathon, Skyhoundz Championship, and Xtreme Distance World Finalists — each may bring one guest).

Order of Events (The World Championship will be run concurrently on two fields)

MicroDog Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Round 1 (Sub Field)
Youth Division — Freestyle Round 1 (Main Field)
Open Division — Freestyle Round 1 (Main Field)
Youth Division — Distance/Accuracy Round 2 (Sub Field)
Open Division— Distance/Accuracy Round 2 (Sub Field)
MicroDog Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Round 2 (Sub Field)
Youth Division — Freestyle Round 3 (cut to top 10) (Main Field)
Open Division — Freestyle Round 3 (cut to top 20) (Main Field)
MicroDog Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Round 3 (cut to top 10) (Main Field)

Sunday, September 18, 2022

No on-site registrations will be accepted. You must be pre-qualified and have registered through the link shown at the top of this page for the World Championship (except for those who Qualified at the Last Chance Qualifier).

Skyhoundz Classic World Championship (Sport Division, MicroDog Open Division, and Pairs Freestyle Division)

Coolidge Park / 150 River Street / Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405

COVID: If you are tenting at the competition field site, you acknowledge that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, you agree to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition.

Set-up for the Sunday competition day will take place beginning at 7 am for all competitors competing in the MicroDog Open, Pairs Freestyle, and Sport Divisions.

It is recommended that competitors arrive at least one hour prior to the competition start time to check in.

7 am-9 am — Set-Up / Competitor Check-In
9 am — Competitor Briefing
9:30 am — Competition Begins
5 pm — Pairs Freestyle Division, MicroDog Open Division, and Sport Division Awards Ceremony
7 pm — World Championship After Party (courtesy of Hyperflite) — Coolidge Park

Order of Events (The World Championship will be run concurrently on two fields)

MicroDog Open — Freestyle Round 1 (Main Field)
Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Round 1 (Sub Field)
MicroDog Open — Distance/Accuracy (Sub Field)
Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Round 2 (Sub Field)
Pairs Freestyle — Round 1 (Main Field)
Sport Division — Distance/Accuracy Round 3 (cut to top 10) (Main Field)
MicroDog Open — Freestyle Round 3 (cut to top 20) (Main Field)
Pairs Freestyle — Round 2 (cut to top 10) (Main Field)

Last Chance Qualifier / World Championship Locations

The two Last Chance Qualifier / World Championship locations are Camp Jordan in East Ridge, Tennessee, and Coolidge Park in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Camp Jordan (September 12-14, 2022)
323 Camp Jordan Pkwy
East Ridge, Tennessee 37412

Coolidge Park (September 16-18, 2022)
150 River Street
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405


Hotels / RV Parking

Room availability is limited in Chattanooga because of a confluence of major events taking place during the same time frame. Accordingly, if you plan on staying anywhere near Chattanooga, book your room early!

We will be adding additional hotels here as time goes on, but so far we have arranged for a room block at Staybridge Suites Chattanooga Downtown. Click here for the hotel link.

Area RV Parking / Camping:
Camp Jordan
323 Camp Jordan Pkwy
423-805-3111
There is RV Camping available at Camp Jordan (approximately $20 per night includes water/power/community dump station). They have 15 spots available on a first-come / first-served basis. Contact them directly for information.

Holiday Travel Park / Chattanooga
Reservations: 800-693-2877
Phone: 706-891-9766

Coolidge Park
150 River St
Chattanooga, TN 37405

There is space for RVs and overnight parking at Coolidge Park. It is paid street parking and you will be charged by the number of spaces your vehicle takes up and the number of days you will be using the space. Please contact Peter Bloeme at Skyhoundz if you would like to reserve a space at info@skyhoundz.com. We will need the dates you require, along with the size of your rig (including any vehicle) to reserve you space.

Skyhoundz World Canine Disc Championship History

2022 will mark the 22nd Skyhoundz World Canine Disc Championships with the first one held on October 7, 2000, in New York City’s Central Park.

In 2001 the World Championship was scheduled on the Washington Monument Grounds on Saturday, September 15, 2001. There were competitors in the air from Japan that were diverted to Detroit because of the terror attacks on the US. We all regrouped and scheduled the Worlds about a month later on October 20, 2001, at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Skyhoundz World Championship again took place at Life University in 2002.

In 2003, we moved west to hold the World Championship in Pleasanton, California.

From 2004-2007 the Skyhoundz World Championship was held in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park. We were planning on holding it there again in 2008, but there was a drought in Atlanta and organized public events were not permitted at Piedmont Park.

So, in 2008 we were forced us to scramble for a new location. Jeff Perry suggested Chattanooga, Tennessee because he remembered an awesome venue that he thought would be perfect for our event…Coolidge Park.

So, we jumped in the car and drove to Chattanooga where we met with Outdoor Chattanooga’s Philip Grimes. He told us that we couldn’t use Coolidge Park because there were no dogs permitted there and proceeded to show us nearly every public park in Chattanooga. But, we didn’t feel that any of them would showcase the event accordingly. Finally, he asked if we would be interested in using Chattanooga’s minor league baseball team’s field. Of course, we were interested, but we never thought that we’d be allowed to do so.

However, when we met with Frank Burke, the owner of the Chattanooga Lookouts at the time, his two Golden Retrievers met us at the door to their offices. Then, after our presentation, his comment was, “Great, let’s do it!” He couldn’t have been more supportive and accommodating and we held our World Championship and Awards Banquet there from 2008-2012. Meanwhile, in 2011 our World Championship had grown from one series (Skyhoundz Classic) to three with the inclusion of the DiscDogathon and Xtreme Distance. The first year, we held the new events at a local soccer field. The next year we moved the additional events to Camp Jordan where we have held them since (2012-2022).

As far as the Skyhoundz Classic it was our good fortune that as Burke was preparing to sell the Lookouts that with the support of the Chattanooga Convention and Visitor’s Bureau along with the new dog-friendly Mayor Burke we were finally allowed to hold our World Championship at Coolidge Park in 2013…but only the competitors’ dogs were allowed in the park.

In 2014, after our event proved successful and ran without incident, we were allowed to return to Coolidge Park and spectators dogs were permitted in the park the weekend of our event.

2022, minus the year of the pandemic, marks our 14th year of hosting our World Championship in Chattanooga, the 10th year at Camp Jordan, and the 9th year at Coolidge Park.

Skyhoundz Competition Rules

The rules for all Skyhoundz events are the same for Last Chance Qualifiers / World Championship as they were for the Open Qualifiers. You can click on the event links below for further information.

Bullseye
Distance/Accuracy – Pairs Distance/Accuracy
Freestyle – Pairs Freestyle
Spot Landing
TimeTrial
Xtreme Distance

Important COVID-19 (COVID) Announcement

1) As we approach the 2021 Hyperflite Skyhoundz World Canine Disc Championship, COVID is once again on everyone’s mind. Infections, hospitalizations, and fatalities are increasing. At this point, we are still on the path to stage the Skyhoundz World Championship as planned. Obviously, we will endeavor to comply with Federal, State, and Local requirements, as the same may be applicable to our event. That said, all Skyhoundz competitors, guests, and spectators, by participating in, or spectating at the event, must assume the risk of illness, injury, or death associated with attending this event in light of the ongoing pandemic. 

You should know that we have polled the Skyhoundz team, including volunteers, officials, and staff, and all have responded that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If you are tenting at the field site, you will also be acknowledging via your waiver and participation agreement, that you and your tent mates (with the exception of those not yet eligible for the vaccine) have been fully vaccinated against COVID. If, you are not vaccinated, or will be tenting with unvaccinated individuals, please plan to tent away from the competition field for the duration of the competition. We believe that all competitors and their guests, out of concern for their fellow enthusiasts (if not for themselves), should take an available, approved vaccine.

Importantly, there are some changes that Skyhoundz is implementing this year that you should be aware of. First, in order to minimize the spread of COVID, we will not be staging the Gathering of Champions Awards banquet, welcome mixer, or after-party. Obviously, we know that these events are highlights for many, but the risks of being in close proximity to so many people dictate the change for this year. Also, to prevent congregation, we will not be setting up the banquet tent at Coolidge Park either. 

Finally, to all of those who may not be able to make the trip because of the difficulties associated with traveling during the pandemic, or your personal health concerns, we feel your pain. We will make it up to you in a future year by promising that the World Championship experience will return — better than ever — just as soon as we are through these challenging times.

2) As we move forward with our plans for the 2021 World Championships, we are mindful that the COVID situation is very fluid. We are committed to keeping the event as safe as reasonably possible under the circumstances. That said, we don’t want to “penalize” those who choose not to attend due to their vaccination status, health status, or because of restrictions on their ability to travel.

So, for those competitors, we have decided to roll forward any qualifying sports received for 2020/2021 to 2022.

For any Open Youth Division competitors not attending this year’s World Championship, who will age out before 2022, we will move their qualifying slot to the Open Division in 2022.

Finally, for any Pairs Distance/Accuracy or Pairs Freestyle competitors, if one of the team members is not attending this year’s World Championship, we will roll both of their Q’s to 2022.