Beautiful run even though I skipped a couple of weave poles.
Here is my JWW run. No Q because dad made me make lots of mistaks, bad dadster.
Mom loves how I always have to look at her before I run, BOL. Just want to make sure she is there recording me for all my fans.
Also, we had a couple of friends ask us what some of our "lingo" meant so if you are interested here goes.
Q is a qualifying score. The level I am competing in (Master level) you can't make ANY mistakes or you will not get a 100% score to earn your Q
QQ is a double qualifying score meaning that you get a Q in the standard course and a Q in the JWW course
STD is just short for a standard course. There are two courses in agility, standard (which includes all the contacts (the things with the yellow on the ends like the teeter totter, A Frame, Dog Walk, table, etc.).
JWW is Jumpers with weaves course (that means the course only has Jumps and Weave poles and Tunnels in it, no contacts)
MACH is the title we are working on and stands for Master Agility Champion
In order to get a MACH title you have to have 750 points and 20 QQ (means you have to have both runs perfect on the same day). You earn MACH points by your time. Each course has a set time (example 60 seconds) if you run the course in 50 seconds then you earn 10 MACH points. Make sense?
Wow...hope that helps out, let me know if I forgot any terms. It all seems confusing but once you start doing it, it makes sense.