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    Pustoy the Greyhound Defeats Newinn Sid in Sussex Competitions
Pustoy the Greyhound Defeats Newinn Sid in Sussex Competitions

Pustoy the Greyhound Defeats Newinn Sid in Sussex Competitions

At two major competitions held in the English county of Sussex, a greyhound named Pustoy emerged victorious. The dog outran the winner of the Premier Greyhound Racing Eclipse tournament, Newinn Sid. The race was conducted in an Olympic format. Previously, Pustoy had won the Coral Champion Stakes competition.

The greyhound managed to win because Newinn slowed down at the start of the race. This gave Pustoy a slight advantage in the turn, although the trainee of coach Mark Wallis was always close by and exerted pressure on his opponent until the end of the race.

The fastest Olympic time was recorded by the winner of the Puppy Derby tournament, King Memphis, who clocked 30.03 seconds in the sixth race. The other 515-meter races were won by Dave Paddy’s trainee, Bludjig Jane (30.60 seconds). Queen Leon, from the same kennel as Memphis, finished third with a time of 30.61 seconds. All greyhounds participated in the 30-second sprint category.

The Olympic format is a system in which a participant is eliminated from the tournament after a single loss, based on the results of one or a pair of races.

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