CHICAGO — The world’s largest dog event, the Swiss Mountain Petit Le Mans, was a big deal Sunday night as Swiss competitor Dominique Dutreaux took home gold in the category for dogs at the event.
The Swiss team of Dominique “Sarge” Dutresse, who is a three-time champion of the event, won in a close race in the finals in the World Series of Sports.
He finished second with two dogs, and the fourth dog, a German shepherd named Stacey, was named the overall winner.
Dutreux’s dog was named in honor of his wife, who he married in 2016.
It is also a testament to the love of the sport for dogs and their families.
The gold medal was a major win for Dominique, who had won in the previous two years.
His dogs, named for their German shepherd roots, also finished second and third in the categories of overall dog and overall dog-rescue dog.
Duty to win, not to get too emotional, Dominique said after the event.
“There are some dogs that win and some dogs lose.
This is one that wins.
This dog won the race and that’s how we won,” Dominique added.”
He was very strong.
He was very aggressive.
He is very happy to win the gold medal.
There are so many people who work for this sport and this event and I think Dominique is the best competitor that we have in the world. “
It’s just a great feeling to win this medal, and he’ll have a lot of happy memories with his family and the fans.”
There are so many people who work for this sport and this event and I think Dominique is the best competitor that we have in the world.
I’ve been racing for a long time and Dominique’s been working very hard with the handlers to get his dogs to a better level and he’s doing a fantastic job.
“Dominique is an all-time winner in the Swiss National Dog Show and the World Championships, as well as the World Pro-Cross Championships.
He also won gold in a world record-breaking dog race in 2015 at the London Games.