Bichon Frise Wins 'Best In Show': Westminster Dog Show 2018 Results

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Ty won best in working group and was the runner up for best in show. The dogs participating in the competition were divided into seven groups - hound, toy, nonsporting, herding, working, sporting and terrier.

A Bichon Frise, named Flynn, is led by handler Bill McFadden before winning "Best In Show" at the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City, Feb. 13, 2018.

Flynn the Bichon Frise beat out thousands of other adorable pooches to be crowned "Best In Show" at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

"Biggie is a goof", said Esteban Farias, handler of a pug named Biggie, who won the toy-dog group contest on Monday and will be vying for the ultimate prize.

According to Westminster Kennel Club records, the oldest dog to ever win a "Best in Show" title was a Sussex spaniel, placed at little over 10 years old, in 2009.

"The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show predates the invention of the light bulb, the automobile and the zipper, and was initially held on May 8, 1877". "The [MSG] crowd is so awesome, so loud and so insane", he said, per Reuters.

'I'd have to ask the owners, but I'm pretty sure I can drop the mic and say he's retired, ' McFadden told Fox Sports.

Bean, a Sussex spaniel and victor of the Sporting breed group, is seen in the judging ring during competition.

Flynn, a bichon frise, poses for photos after winning best in show during the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, Feb. 14, 2018, at Madison Square Garden in NY. Just as a group judge started to evaluate him, he sat up on his hind legs in a paws-up pose.

A female German shepherd named Rumor was named Best in Show at last year's competition. The terrier group is consistently ranked the reigning group in the competition and has taken the most "Best in Show" awards.

A total of about 3,200 dogs competed during Westminster events this week.

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