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The European Open Junior (EOJ) Championship 2017 has been confirmed to be held in Luxembourg from 13-16th July 2017.
EOJ 2017 is an agility competition which is officially recognised by the FCI and is based on the FCI Agility regulations of 2012.
The competition is open to any dog, regardless of whether it has a pedigree. The only rules are that each dog must have a record book issued by a National Member Organisation of the FCI or a National Organisation with a close relationship to the FCI.
Even though it is called the European Open Juniors, All National Member Organisations of the FCI or National Organisations with a close relationship to the FCI are invited to participate in this event. Last year (2016), competing alongside European countries were the likes of the US, Canada and Russia. Including the UK, there were 24 countries competing in 2016.
There are 3 international judges selected for the 2017 championships.
Renan Andrade Campos from Brazil
Martin Eberle from Switzerland
Romain Stein from LuxembourgView the Squad Day 2 photos