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Adams Derby 2010
This years Adams Derby Final, judged by Ruth Jones, was hosted by Derbyshire DAC on the Saturday night of their at Catton Hall on 31 July. It was sponsored by Adams Agility and Land of Holistic Pets. Sandra Adams, sponsor and herself a finalist, reports on an exciting final.
Agility for Juniors European Cup 2013
2013 was the first year that a GB Team competed the Agility for Juniors European Cup. The event is being run under FCI rules and will take place 28 & 29 September 2013 at Bergensesstraat, 25a 6681, LK Bemmel, Holland. It was be judged by Carl De Rouck.
Junior Open Agility World Championships 2023
Sophie Atkinson first tried out for the YKC Agility Team GB in 2019 and made selection, but due to Covid-19, the tournament didn't happen in 2020 or 2021. She qualified, however, for the team in 2022 and travelled all the way to Finland - and what an experience that was! But that's another story. She's agreed to shares her recent experience at what would be her last year as a Junior.
Belfast International Horse Show 2004
Jim Gregson of UK Agility reports on the first dog agility event of many (hopefully) to be put on at the Belfast International Horse Show at the Odyssey Area. If the audience reaction is anything to go by, it was a great success.  (27/12/04)
Alan Bray's 2023 IFCS Judging Report
Alan Bray went straight on to the lovely-run Derbyshire Show on the Sunday and then directly onto the IFCS World Agility Championships at the Oakridge Arena (Newark) where he was judging, so no peace for the wicked! Eleven countries were there to compete for both Individual and Team medals over two or three different agility tests including  a Snooker and Gamblers competition and Team Relay event. He took time from his busy schedule to write this report for Agilitynet.
The BSD Agility World Championships
The Brits go to Hungary to defend their titles - Individual and Team World Champs.
CSJ Novice Agility 2004
Some of the best young dogs in the UK met at the Malvern Show to compete for the trophy in the Finals of the CSJ Novice Agility event.
CSJ Open 2019
This 2019 CSJ Agility Open competition took place in June at the fantastic Addington Equestrian Centre near Buckingham. The idea, created by Greg Derrett and his team, was to provide everybody - regardless of grade -  the chance to experience a high end, international style competition. With people attending from all over the country, the new concept was back for its second year. Gina Colton reports on her second visit.
Discover Dogs 2009
Londonís biggest event on four legs, Discover Dogs moved to its new home in Earls Court 1, bigger and better than ever. Mandy Wallington was there to report on it for Agilitynet.
Dog Vegas Small/Medium Final 2010
The time has come at last for Hazel Higgins of First Contact Agility Equipment to report on a final from a competitorís angle instead of watching from the sidelines.
Dogs in Need
Where the agility community gets together for a week of fun to help small dog charities which might otherwise be forgotten.
FCI Agility World Championships
When the best agility handlers from around the world get together to test their skills, dance and revel in the sport of dog agility.
Games Challenge
Report on the FInals
IFCS World Agility Championships 2006
Greg Derrett and Tace Allen team up to report on the first IFCS  World Agility Championships in Holland... and didn't they do well!
Junior Open World Championships 2023
Sophie Atkinson first tried out for the YKC Agility Team GB in 2019 and made selection, but due to Covid-19, the tournament didn't happen in 2020 or 2021. She qualified, however, for the team in 2022 and travelled all the way to Finland - and what an experience that was! But that's another story. She's agreed to share her recent experience this year in what would be her last year as a Junior.
Kennel Club International Agility Festival
Report from the first international festival.
Kennel Club Starters Cup
Report from the Starters Cup final held at Discover Dogs.
Kernow K9 Easter Show
Wheelchair handler Susan Rekveld crossed the Channel from The Netherlands to compete at this show and to encourage other disabled handlers to join her at the 7th ParAgility World Cup in Italy in August 2008
Laser Knockout Pairs 2006
A short report and results of the very first Laser KO Finals at Dashin' Dogs
Lisa Jordan's PAWC 2022
Lisa Jordan first competed in the ParaAgility World Championships in 2018 (?) when it was held in the UK. She absolutely loved that the experience and went on to win Gold and Silver in Spain with her collies Dec and Switch. Sadly lockdown mean that PAWC never happened and so it was lovely to catch up with friends and familiar faces in Italy.  Here are some excerpts from her personal diary...
Northern Week
Up north they'd say that they're a little more laid back, but they do know how to run a good, week-long show.
The place where it all began and one of the highlights of the agility year.
PAWC 2011
When Dave Maylam was told that he had Parkinson's, he knew that his agility days would be numbered as the disease is progressive and affects one mobility and memory. But that didn't stop him from representing his country this year at the Para-agility Championships in Holland.
PAWC 2018 - Where Anything Is Possible
Seven years ago, Nigel Perry started on the road to a new sport - Agility. He has a degenerative disc disease and is classed as disabled, so it wasn't surprising that things didn't get off to a great start. He was told by his first 'proper' trainer to hand over his dog Molly to an able-bodied handler as they would never get anywhere in agility. But he persevered and in 2018 year he proudly represented Team UK at the IMCA /PAWC.
PAWC 2019 - Putting the Abled Back into Disabled
At 5.00am on Monday, 9th August Janine Greenwood found herself with her seven year old Jackapoo Alfie, eagerly awaiting a coach which was to take them to the 2019 International Mix & Breed Championship Agility / ParAgility World Championship (IMCA/PAWC) in Valencia, Spain. She had to pinch herself to check if this was really happening. Were she and Alfie really going to represent the UK as part of the ParAgility team?

Pedigree Events
Still Agility's largest sponsor and the goal of every Senior and Advanced handler in the UK.
Pedigree Highland Agility Final
Spectators were eight deep around the Main Ring at Scone Palace where the 2009 Agility Final was held. Report form Dave Ray and judge Blair Cochrane.

The Royal Canin UK Agility Grand Prix Final
No one could have predicted the results of this final nor how exciting it was going to be. Iris Richards reports.

Senior Open Agility World Championships 2024
hen the FCI announced that it would be adding a new Agility World Championship competition in 2024 for older handlers to their prestigious events, Jackie Gardner instantly decided that she wanted to be involved. The new event the Senior Open Agility World Championships (SOAWC), based on a similar format to Junior Open Agility World Championships, is open to handlers over the age of 55 and split into two age categories: 55 to 65 and 66 plus. It is being held in Sentower Park, Belgium, alongside the JOAWC.  Jackie got her wish and is now GB SOAWC Team Manager.
Welsh Handler of the Year
Started by Mike Shaw back in the 1990s, the Welsh Handler of the Year has run for a number of years as part of the Pembrokeshire County show. The competition, open to dogs of all sizes and grades run by Welsh handlers or people born and /or living in Wales.
Image result for welsh kennel club champ show Welsh KC Champ Show 2019
The Welsh Kennel Club is one of only two UK organisations to hold Championship Agility, Breed and Obedience on the same site. On  16th - 18th August, some 160 Agility partnerships, at the top of their game, gathered on the Royal Welsh Showground at Builth Wells to find the 2019 winners amongst the largest dog entry in Wales. With only one Championship ring, it needs judgeís collaboration with course design,  a good ring party, handler cooperation and a bit of Welsh sun to bring it all together. Based on reports from Judges Alan Mitchell and Gary Murphy.
Image result for welsh kennel club champ show Welsh Kennel Club Champ Show 2021
When the Builth Wells venue was commandeered as a Covid test and vaccination centre by the Welsh government, the larger Breed and Obedience shows were cancelled as half the site became unavailable, thus leaving Agility a clear run at a three day show. Alongside the Championship classes and the Welsh Handler of the Year competition, there were heats for the Agility Club Starters Challenge and The Agility Challenge as well as classes supported by Better Bones and PowAir.
Trophy Team Steeplechase
Ten teams lined up at the 2009 UKA Cornwall show to compete in the final of the second Trophy Team Steeplechase. Cyd Griffin reports.
UKA Dog Gear Split Pairs
A competition where dogs of all heights can run together as pairs - a recipe for fun and entertainment, sponsored by UKA Dog Gear. A report from the Final.
UK Agility 2005 Finals
Another flavour of agility.



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