Dog sets Frisbee catch world record during halftime of Orlando Apollos game
By Ryan Gaydos
Published February 25, 2019
A dog sets a new record for longest frisbee catch in a sporting event with an 83 yard catch during the half-time festivities of an AAF game between Memphis Express and the Orlando Apollos on February 23, 2019, at Spectrum Stadium in Orlando, FL.
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As the Orlando Apollos won their third straight game Saturday to start the inaugural Alliance of American Football season, the most impressive player on the field had four legs.
Gary Duke, with Halftime Dogs, threw a Frisbee 83-yards downfield at Spectrum Stadium and it was caught in a stunning play by a dog named Eurie.
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The feat drew applause from the crowd and set a world record for a Frisbee catch, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
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The Apollos defeated the Memphis Express, 21-17.