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Junior Open Agility World Championships

JOAWC

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JOAWC 2021

The Junior Open Agility World Championships (JOAWC) will be held between 15-18 July 2021 in Abrantes, Portugal. The Junior Open Agility World Championships is an agility competition, which is officially recognised by the FCI and is based on the FCI Agility regulations of 2012.

Details of how to qualify for the YKC agility team GB in 2021 are being finalised and we will update this page as soon as they are available.

Team days:

The below days will be held at Pure Dog Events, Statfold Barn Railway, near Tamworth, B79 0BY.

  • Open Showcase 20th February
  • Pre-selection qualifier – 13 and 14 March 2021 (Main Judge: Jen Lewis, Assistant Judge: Jason Bartram)
  • Junior Open Agility World Championships try-out – 27 and 28 March 2021 (Main Judge: Natalie Webb, Assistant Judge: Jen Lewis)
  • European Open and Junior Open Agility World Championships team day – 31 May 2021

Agility team GB management team

Greg Derrett - Team GB Manager
Ant Clarke - Junior Coach 
Tina Davies - Results Analyst 
Vicky Fraser - Team Vet
Chris Kerton - Handler Fitness Coach 
Ann Roberts - Safeguarding and Support Officer

Learn more about each management team member and their role

Find out more about Agility Team GB

Selection process

The above selection process document highlights the steps for qualification to compete at the Junior Open Agility World Championships (JOAWC) as part of YKC team GB only.

For more information, please visit the agility team GB page on The Kennel Club's website.

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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.

Competing as part of the YKC team GB squad is a huge commitment and requires a lot of dedication. The team selection process provides you with an insight of how to qualify and what is required from each team member. Further information will be available shortly. 

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