On Sunday, October 12, 2014 at around 2:45pm, Davy Whippet and Rob McLeod broke the WFDF World Record for Canine MTA with a catch at 10.56 seconds. The previous record of 10.14 seconds was set in 2003. MTA stands for Maximum Time Aloft and the time is determined from 3 timers measuring the total time from when Rob released the disc to when Davy catches it.
This is the 5th World Record for Davy and Rob as a team. This is Rob’s 12th World Record including his 5th WFDF World Record.
Distance to Canine Catch
On Sunday, October 14 at around 1:15pm, Davy Whippet and Rob McLeod broke the World Record for Distance to Canine Catch with a catch at 134 yards (402 feet). Not only did Davy and Rob break a record that has stood for more than 18 years (set in 1994 by Cheyenne Whippet and Mark Molnar), but Davy also becomes the first dog to officially catch a flying disc over 400 feet.
This is the 4th World Record for Davy and Rob and becomes their first WFDF World Record as a team.