A tribute to Denis Rozon
Article published on 9 August 2019
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Yesterday, a 5@7 event was held in honor of Denis Rozon, the organizer of the Bristol Dryland International Dog Races and recipient of the Dollard-Morin Award last spring for his contribution to making a great event which has gained international success over the last several years. The ceremony was organized by Sport Loisir Outaouais and the president, Jean-Yves Lord, highlighted Denis Rozon’s contribution:

Denis Rozon also talked to CHIP where he took the opportunity to pay tribute to his volunteers and talk about the 2019 edition the Bristol Dryland, which should bring in nearly 400 participants:

A full report in French on this tribute in honor of Denis Rozon is available here.

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