DALLAS, June 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 200 dogs from more than 25 different states will be running for gold at the inaugural Title Mania® and World Cynosport Rally Championship events June 16 – 19 at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, OH.
Title Mania, the first canine sporting event and competition designated as an official Olympic Day event, is one of more than 700 events taking part in the Olympic Day celebration.
The event will focus on two of the most popular canine team sports today - dog agility and rally obedience. Both sports emphasize the Olympic values of teamwork, respect, perseverance, fair play and sportsmanship for success.
Title Mania will feature 12 rounds of agility competition leading up to the crowning of the coveted "Dog of the Year" award. And, after four rounds of rally obedience competition, the first-ever World Cynosport Rally Champion will be named.
USDAA has a long history of supporting Olympic events and values. Over the years, the company has provided interactive demonstrations and competitions at U.S. Equestrian Team events and the Pan Am Games, and has hosted and sponsored international dog agility competitions both in the U.S. and abroad.
The SPIRE Institute is located at 5201 Spire Circle, Geneva, OH 44041 and is one of the largest indoor, multi-sport, training and competition complexes in the world.
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