Competing dog accidentally competes in the 100-m race of the university and almost takes the win

Dog on the run! Competing dog accidentally competes in the 100-m race of the university and almost takes the win

  • Pooch wandered off to follow during a Beifang University sporting event in China
  • It is seen as past a number of competitors before it loads across the line
  • Although it is by far the smallest athlete on the track, it grabs third places

This is the hilarious moment that a stray dog ​​tore through a group of 100 m runners and almost grabbed the win.

The competing dog was walking on the track today at a Beifang University sporting event in Ningxia Hui, China.

And luckily a spectator captured the barking crazy sight of the dog that tore his track and left most athletes in his dust.

A stray dog ​​accidentally sauntered to the track during a Beifang University sporting event in Ningxia Hui, China, today

A stray dog ​​accidentally sauntered to the track during a Beifang University sporting event in Ningxia Hui, China, today

The competing dog bakes through a group of 100 meter runners and almost wins the win

The competing dog bakes through a group of 100 meter runners and almost wins the win

The competing dog bakes through a group of 100 meter runners and almost wins the win

Their short clip shows eight runners sprinting the 100-meter-long lane in front of a large crowd both in the stands and along the track.

While the camera zooms in on the race, a small white dog can be seen alongside the runners in one of the lanes.

Spectacularly, with its sentences firmly focused on the finish, it travels past various competitors before crossing the line.

A slow-motion repeat of the recordings from the finish shows that the dog achieved third place after losing to a runner in lane 10 and was just pooped by a student in lane two.

The dog, who reportedly lived on the college campus for more than four years, did not seem to get into trouble with the other runners or with the crowd because the race was running normally.

With his sentences firmly focused on the finish, he goes alongside different competitors before he crosses the line

With his sentences firmly focused on the finish, he goes alongside different competitors before he crosses the line

With his sentences firmly focused on the finish, he goes alongside different competitors before he crosses the line

A slow-motion repeat of the recordings from the finish shows that the dog achieved third place after losing to a runner in lane 10 and was narrowly taken by a student in lane two

A slow-motion repeat of the recordings from the finish shows that the dog achieved third place after losing to a runner in lane 10 and was narrowly taken by a student in lane two

A slow-motion repeat of the recordings from the finish shows that the dog achieved third place after losing to a runner in lane 10 and was narrowly taken by a student in lane two

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