World Cup season 2016/2017 is completed and the total points gathered by each participants are now available. If errors or omissions are found they should be reported to accreditation@sleddogsport.net at the latest on June 30, 2017.
The World Cup has attracted 700 competitors from Europe, North America and Oceania. The three best scores for the Global World Cup and the Continental World Cup is also available now in a prize list . This summary underlines the three best scores for the global results and the best score for each continental results in each group of classes. These competitors are pre-selected in their class for the World Championships Dryland in November and the on snow Continental Championships during the coming winter.
Congratulations to all the participants and in particular to Karen Koehler from Canada who has the highest score (520.75 points) gathered on 6 races (the best 5 were used to calculate her score).
The first accreditations for the new season 2017/2018 have been granted. The Accreditation Committee hopes that there will be more accredited races this year and that a greater number of participants will register.
The Accreditation Committee wishes you a great summer in the northern hemisphere or a great winter if you live in the southern hemisphere.

Bernard Pepin
Accreditation Committee Chair

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