Ready, set, go! The Dachshund Dash is an Olympic-themed race for sausage dogs.
WHO SAID THE OLYMPICS WERE ONLY FOR HUMAN BEINGS? In the 100m Dachshund Dash, these four sausage dogs show they’ve got what it takes.
Crusoe, Titan, Jellybean, and Rain, four dogs, compete on the track to be awarded the fastest pup in a hilarious YouTube video. Since it was uploaded in January 2020, the two-minute ten-second clip has been seen nearly four million times.
During the suspenseful race, each dog gives it his all, but Crusoe the Dachshund, one of the world’s most popular sausage dogs, captures the gold in the last stretch.
A slow-motion photo of Cruscoe crossing the finish line captures his victory, with Titan coming in second and Rain third.
Each Dachshund receives a medal on the podium at a medal ceremony, but the race proves too much for Cruscoe, who falls asleep quickly.
To see the entire race, go here.
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