The cutest sporting event took place this weekend at New York City’s Madison Square Garden: The Westminster Dog Show. Beginning in 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club’s annual Dog Show is one of the largest dog competitions in the world, with over 3,000 dogs reported to enter the competition each year.

And this year was no different. Beginning on Monday and continuing into Tuesday, the show featured thousands of dogs competing against one another in breed-specific competitions. The winners from each breed race then went on to compete for the elusive title of Best In Show. The win ultimately went to a wire fox terrier named King, who swaggered to the stage to claim his prize, his long and fuzzy beard depicting a slight show of haughtiness.

King followed up his win with appearances on Good Morning America and The View early Wednesday morning with his owner by his side. King is the 15th terrier to win the top prize.

The full list of breed winners can be found below:

Best in Show Winner: “King Arthur Van Foliny Home” — Fox Terrier (Wire)

Reserve Best in Show: “Oeste’s In The Name Of Love” — Havanese

Hound Group Winner: “Walmar-Solo’s OMG” — Dachshund (Longhaired)

Toy Group Winner: “Oeste’s In The Name Of Love” — Havanese

Non-Sporting Group Winner: “Rivendel’s Barefoot Bandit” — Schipperke

Herding Group Winner: “Quiche’s Major League” — Bouvier des Flandres

Sporting Group Winner:  “Kamand’s Full of Beans @ Erinhill” — Spaniel (Sussex)

Working Group Winner: “Cinnibon’s Bedrock Bombshell” — Boxer

Terrier Group Winner:  “King Arthur Van Foliny Home” — Fox Terrier (Wire)


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