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12" Toy Division

Kirstin O'Neill with Posh Piranah – Win on

Teri O'Neill with Evo – Medal spot

Maya Celuch with Milly – Win on

Stephan Henry with Gallop - Win on

16" Mini Division

Martine Therrien with Tidji – Win on

Kirstin O'Neill with Crocodile Crunch – Win on

Sarah Novak with Fitz – Win on

Seanna O'Neill with Chips – Win on

Bev Patterson with Teaka – Win on

Annie Vezina with Mecson – Alternate

20" Midi Division

Shauna Oliver with Sega – Win on

Tara LaBelle with Jet – Medal

Teri O'Neill with Loco – Medal

Stephan Henry with Boost – Win on

Wendy Alexander with Crush – Win on

Pierre-Luc Cyr with Hype Energy – Win on

Jonathan Luce with Drake – Win on

Jamie Moreau with Grin – Draft

24" Maxi Division

Nicole Brown with Rowan – Win on

Meaghan O'Neill with Snow Devyl – Medal

Tammy Gallacher with Gryn – Win on

Kirstin O'Neill with Radical Rabbit – Win on

Donna Harrop with Rev – Win on

Sarah LeBlanc with Caper – Win on

Kristie Smith with Kenna – Draft

Julie Labossiere with Calypso – Alternate


World Agility Championship IFCS 2020

May 20-24, 2020


Agility Association of Canada

The Agility Association of Canada, (AAC); founded in 1988 Is committed to promoting inclusive, competitive dog agility at a local, regional, national and international level, for all handlers and dogs without regard to pedigree.

Agility is a challenge and a competition to be enjoyed by handler, dog and spectator. The main elements of the sport are good sportsmanship and fun for the dogs and handler.

All AAC Agility Trials are open to all four legged dogs capable of demonstrating the element of agility and control and the mental and physical ability to carry out the required tests.

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World Agility Championships

2020 IFCS WAC Championships


Date: May 20-24, 2020

Location:  Stal Bocage

°°2 indoor floors (24x66m & 20x54m)
°°Outdoor area (60x90m) 
Each with a flooring consisting geopad.

Geopad is a sand & synthetic mixture 
(similar to that used in the venue in Hellendoorn in 2019)

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