Agility Team GB

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Each year, The Kennel Club sends competitors to both the European Open Championships and the World Championships to represent the UK.

Unfortunately all three championships (JOAWC, EO's and AWC) are cancelled in 2021 due to Covid-19.

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Key dates for Agility Team GB in 2021, 2022 and 2023

These events will be held at Pure Dog events, Statfold Barn Railway, Ashby Road, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B79 0BY. If handlers wish to camp at the venue during the below dates, email

Pure Agility

2021 dates

  • Inaugural event - 10 and 11 July (Judges for the event are Jason Bartram and Natalie Webb)

2022 dates

  • Open Showcase - 18-20 February 
  • Senior pre-selection qualifier – 25 and 26 February 
  • Junior pre-selection qualifier – 27 February 
  • European Open try-out – 19 and 20 March 
  • Agility World Championships and Junior Open Agility World Championships try-out – 26 and 27 March 
  • Team day for all teams – 23 April 
  • European Open and Junior Open Agility World Championships team day – 30 May 
  • Junior Open Agility World Championships - 14-17 July
  • European Open Championships 28-31 July
  • Agility World Championship team day – 27 August 
  • Agility World Championship in September or early October. Dates still to be announced by FCI

2023 dates

  • Open Showcase - 17-19 February (TBC)
  • Senior pre-selection qualifier - 24 and 25 February
  • Junior pre-selection qualifier - 26 February
  • European Open try-out - 18 and 19 March
  • Agility World Championships and Junior Open Agility World Championships try-out - 25 and 26 March
  • Team day for all teams – 22 April
  • European Open and Junior Open Agility World Championships team day – 29 May
  • Junior Open Agility World Championships - 13-16 July
  • European Open Championships - 27-30 July
  • Agility World Championship team day – 26 August
  • Agility World Championship will be held in September or early October. Dates are still to be announced by FCI
Inaugural event 10 and 11 July 2021
Role Contact name and phone number
International Agility Team Member Greg Derrett
The Kennel Club Senior Events Coordinator Gina Sansom
Agility (The Kennel Club)
The Kennel Club Junior Events Coordinator Alex Paisey

Summary of event

This event consists of a team format day and an individual format day and is based on the Agility Team GB AWC try out event rules. It will be run under strict FCI rules and regulations unless otherwise stated. Each day is a separate result and each height is a separate event.

The event is limited to 300 dogs. Those that have already qualified for the senior and junior pre-selection qualifier (PSQ) for 2022 will have first refusal on entry. Any remaining spots will be available on a first come first served basis with a reserve list in operation. Full details of the entry process, including entry dates, will be available on the Agility & Flyball news from The Kennel Club Facebook page.

Event judges and course designers

Day 1

Event Judge Assistant judge Course designer
Jumping Jason Bartram Natalie Webb Inga Jarv 
Agility Natalie Webb Jason Bartram Jan Egil Eide

Day 2

Event Judge Assistant judge Course designer
Jumping Natalie Webb Jason Bartram Jan Egil Eide
Agility Jason Bartram Natalie Webb Inga Jarv 

Team format day 10 July 2021

  • The results of a jumping and an agility round are combined
  • Least faults wins with time as a tie breaker in all aspects of the event
  • Course time is 115% of the class winner’s time in each height
  • Jumping running order is a random draw
  • Running order for the agility round will be in reverse order of the jumping round results
  • In the event of a tie for the win on spot, the agility round score will be used. If there is still a tie, a run-off on the agility course will take place
From the days combined results, the winning partnership and highest placed junior in each height will qualify to progress from the 2022 Agility Team GB PSQ to the 2022 try out events. Seniors will progress to both the EO and AWC try out (subject to their eligibility) and juniors to the JOAWC try out.

Individual format day 11 July 2021

  • The results of a jumping and an agility round are combined
  • Least faults wins with time as a tie breaker in all aspects of this event
  • Course time 106% of the class winner’s time in each height
  • Jumping running order is a random draw
  • Running order for the agility round will be in reverse order of the jumping round results
  • In the event of a tie for the win on spot, the agility round score will be used. If there is still a tie, a run-off on the agility course will take place

From the days combined results, the winning partnership and highest placed junior in each height, will qualify to progress from the 2022 Agility Team GB PSQ to the 2022 try out events. Seniors will progress to both the EO and AWC try out (subject to their eligibility) and juniors to the JOAWC try out.

Progression

The winning partnerships, as stated above, will automatically qualify for the try out events held in March. 

If the winner is not an existing member of the selection process, they will be added to the junior/senior PSQ 2022 process within 7 days. If a winning handler is eligible for both junior and senior selection, they will progress to both junior and senior try outs. In the senior process, pedigree dogs will progress to both the EO and AWC try out, whereas non-pedigree dogs will only progress to the EO try out.

Winning partnerships will be required to run at the PSQ in February 2022 to obtain results data used for selection purposes. If a partnership is unable to run at the PSQ due to exceptional circumstances (as decided by the team management), a partnership may continue to the try out. However, they will only be able to gain win on spots for a team and will not be eligible for any selected positions.

Entry process

Current junior and senior PSQ members who have submitted their intent to enter will have their entry added to their first place processing account between 14 and 16 June 2021. On 17 June, these handlers must login to their first place processing accounts and make payment for this entry. These handlers do not need to enter their dogs.

Entries will open for the remaining spots on 16 June and payment will be enabled on the 17 June once your spot has been confirmed. The remaining spots are open to all handlers and all grades of dog and available on a first come first served basis. If the event is full, first place processing will operate a waiting list with final entry confirmed by June 23. Please email to be added to the list.

General competition rules (all selection events) 

  • Handlers must have a valid UK passport or have permanent residency in the UK on the closing date of the event
  • Each height is a separate event in all aspects of Agility Team GB selection
  • Dogs may only compete in one height throughout the 2022 Agility Team GB selection
  • Dogs may only compete with one handler throughout the 2022 Agility Team GB selection
  • Results attained for eligibility to the PSQ and this event must be the same dog and handler partnerships that compete in this event, the PSQ and try out events
  • If a dog qualifies for PSQ with multiple handlers, the owner(s) of the dog (as stated on The Kennel Club registration certificate) will decide which handler can enter the 2022 agility team selection events
  • In all events, classes will be run in strict running order. Failure to be ready to enter the ring at the time you are due to run will result in an elimination in that class. This is the stated start time for dogs with a running order of one. For all other dogs it is as the previous dog crosses the finish line
  • Handlers that enter and compete in these events acknowledge they have the opportunity to win their way onto all international teams and the specific events that they are eligible for. By doing so handlers accept and agree that if they do not achieve the required results that the additional selection decisions, as stated in this
  • document, are made based on the opinions of the selection panel members and they will be unable to challenge or seek further clarification
  • All medium and small dogs attending this event must have obtained an official FCI championship measure or have received an Agility Team GB height classification. The Agility Team GB height classification can be obtained at any official Agility Team GB classification session
  • In the unlikely event that there are only results that do not meet the criteria specified in this document for any progression, qualifying or win on spots, the selection panel will decide who, if any, attains those places
  • Running orders will be drawn as stated in the rules of each event but will be adjusted to follow the rules of multiple dog handlers (as below)
  • All classes will be run under FCI agility rules and regulations and any additional rules detailed in the Agility Team GB selection document and event schedules
  • Bitches in season may run at all events as per FCI AWC rules. Please notify team management as soon as it is known the dog will be in season or at the event immediately on arrival
  • A no-show in any class will result in disqualification from any combined result involving that class, but competitors may continue to compete in the individual classes and on following days
  • If a handler does not attend the first day of a selection weekend, they may still compete on the second day for the win on spot. Handlers accept that their chances of selection are dramatically reduced if this occurs
  • An assistant judge will judge the dog-walk up-contacts and the class judge may ask them to judge the dog when on approach to the dog-walk. The assistant judge is there for the class judge to seek advice and clarification if needed on any possible error or rule.
  • It is intended to use a video review procedure at all Agility Team GB selection events. A review of a judge’s call may only be requested by the class judges or by a member of the Agility Team GB management. A judge’s call will only be overturned if the official video footage shows that an error was made. Handlers will not be able to request a review and unofficial video footage will not be used
  • Handlers repeating equipment for the purpose of training will be eliminated from the remainder of the runs throughout a weekend due to the unfair advantage this creates in later runs. This decision will be made by the team manager
  • The team management reserve the right to rule at the event on anything not covered in these rules that requires clarification
  • In the event of any extraordinary circumstances not covered by the rules, any matter arising will be considered by the team manager, whose decision is final

Multiple dog running order

In the classes where a random draw is specified (non-seeded runs) a random draw will produce the running order. Handlers running more than one dog will have a gap of ten dogs (nine dogs between their runs) by moving the first-drawn dog earlier in the running order. If this does not achieve a ten dog gap, then the second-drawn dog will be moved down in the running order. 

If there are not enough dogs in the class to achieve the ten dog gap, the largest gap possible will be created and with a break of six minutes allowed. The six minute countdown will start as the handler’s first dog crosses the finish line. The handler must enter the ring with their second dog before the countdown is complete. 

Handlers with more than two dogs will have their dogs split using the ten dog gap rule unless there are not enough dogs in the class, whereupon the dogs will be split evenly through the running order using the six minute rule as described above. If a handler has drawn dogs close together in succeeding heights (e.g. drawn last to run in the large height and first to run in the medium height) the six minute rule will apply and will run through while jump heights are being changed.

In the seeded classes, running orders are the reverse of the results from the previous run (lowest placed dogs will run first and highest placed dogs will run last). Handlers who have multiple dogs will not have their running order altered (unless requested as below) but will be given a three minute break between dogs, if there are less than three dogs between their dogs. Handlers can request to have their first-drawn dog moved earlier in the running order to achieve the ten dog gap stated above. If this does not achieve a ten dog gap, the handler will be given a six minute break. Handlers must notify the scoring team of this before the commencement of course walking on the first day of any event.

By entering more than one dog in the 2022 Agility Team GB selection process, handlers indicate their acceptance to comply with these running order rules.

Agility Team GB height classification

All medium and small dogs trying out for Agility Team GB must have obtained an official FCI championship measure or have received an Agility Team GB height classification from Agility Team GB. The Agility Team GB height classification can be obtained at any official Agility Team GB classification session or at the PSQ.

  • This classification is an Agility Team GB height classification only and does not affect any previous official Kennel Club measure
  • Height classification does not guarantee you will achieve an official FCI measurement in the height category
  • Height classification will assure handlers that Agility Team GB will select dogs for the championship teams
  • Height classification may be obtained by any dog regardless of qualification to the PSQ
  • Height classifications may only be confirmed by official height classifiers appointed by The Kennel Club Prestige Events Working Party
  • Two height classifiers must be present to receive an official Agility Team GB height classification
  • The height classification will remain with the dog for life unless superseded by an actual FCI championship measure
  • A height classification cannot be obtained until the dog is over two years old
  • A height classification must be obtained by the first day of the years selection process for the results to be included. Dogs who have not been classified by 18.00 on the first day of the selection process will have all results removed from this day and will be unable to compete in subsequent days
  • There will be no refund of selection entry fees or any compensation given if a dog is classified in a different height category
  • Handlers are strongly encouraged to obtain this height classification before entering the selection process at additional sessions run by the official height classifiers
  • If the dog’s Agility Team GB height classification is a higher height than their Kennel Club measurement, they may compete at the PSQ in the higher height providing their eligibility to enter was achieved before the Agility Team GB height classification
  • If a handler wishes to compete at PSQ in the higher height and the dog has not had an additional Kennel Club (challenge) measure, they must put the dog forward for this measure in line with current regulations regarding additional height measurements before competing in the Team GB selection event
  • If the dog’s Agility Team GB height classification is a higher height than their Kennel Club measurement, and they wish to continue to try out for Agility Team GB, the owner of the dog must voluntarily decide to move their dog to the higher Kennel Club height as detailed in new regulation H(1)(B)4.(17). The only exception to this rule is if the dog’s measurement by the Agility Team GB height classifiers places the dog at the lower height classification within The Kennel Club rules but at the higher height classification under FCI rules
  • Please note that The Kennel Club intermediate dogs will be classified as FCI large.

FCI championships height classifications

  • small for dogs measuring less than 35cm at the withers
  • medium for dogs measuring 35cm or more and less than 43cm at the withers
  • large for dogs measuring 43cm or more at the withers

Agility Team GB conduct and removal from team

Once a handler wins or is selected to represent Agility Team GB, they are required to sign a contract outlining the requirements they must fulfil as a member of Agility Team GB. Failure to sign this contract and/or any breach of the contract conditions will risk removal from the team regardless of achieving a win on spot or being selected. Conduct by a handler that brings Agility Team GB or The Kennel Club into disrepute will risk expulsion from the team. Any dog that in the opinion of the team manager is visibly lame, or where there are concerns regarding the dog’s welfare, will be required to pass a fitness test from the team vet if the handler wishes to compete. If there are any concerns for the welfare of any dog and/or there are concerns that it may not pass a vet check at a championship or a handler may not be able to compete due to injury or health, the team manager reserves the right to withdraw any partnership from the team at any point.  

Results from the European Open

The results will be available after the competition.

Results from the Agility World Championships

The results will be available after the competition. 

Agility Team GB sponsors

Natural Instinct are thrilled to announce that they are the official Agility Team GB sponsors for the 2019-2020 period!

Agility has become the fastest growing dog sport in the world. In the UK alone there are some 20,000 competitors and 300 licensed annual agility shows, as well as numerous special sponsored events which take place nationwide.

Natural Instinct are excited to be affiliated with such a fantastic team together with The Kennel Club and Nottingham Trent University and look forward to supporting Agility Team GB in the upcoming year.

Pure Dog Events are passionate when it comes to dogs. They are particularly committed to delivering the next generation of dog agility venues. Pure Dog Events therefore welcomes the chance to become a main sponsor for Agility Team GB in conjunction with The Kennel Club. They look forward to sharing Statfold Barn Farm, the gold standard of dog sports venues and also working with the team to provide them with world-class training facilities.

Galician are excited to announce that they are the official equipment supplier for Agility Team GB events.

When creating our equipment, we put the dog first by ensuring that the equipment is both safe and comfortable. We have also considered the ring party, and have designed equipment which is both low maintenance and light.

We look forward to working with The Kennel Club, Natural Instinct and Pure Dog Agility in supporting Agility Team GB in 2021 and 2022.

Meet the 2021 Agility Team GB

Find out more about the team below.

The management team

Greg Derrett - Team GB Manager

Greg Derrett is the newly appointed Team GB Manager who will be managing both the senior and junior teams. Greg has developed through The Kennel Club Junior Organisation (now called the Young Kennel Club) through to being a successful international handler at both the European Open Championships and FCI Agility World Championships, having won multiple medals in both individual and team events. As well as an international handler, Greg has years of experience in being a team captain, a team manager and an event organiser. These combined skills and wealth of knowledge will be applied to help Agility Team GB develop, achieve their goals and bring future success.

The team manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the team. Some of the tasks which the team manager will carry out include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Supporting the events team when they liaise with the event organisers about team arrangements, entries, and special arrangements regarding travel (especially with dogs) and any country-specific rules and regulations
  • Liaising with the coaching staff, ensuring that their responsibilities are understood and they are clear about their roles within the team. The team manager is also be responsible for allocating tasks at the event and ensuring good team working and support during the pre-event planning, during travel to and from the event and during the event itself
  • Having overall responsibility for ensuring that the team members are as well prepared as possible and are in a position to perform their best at the event
  • Managing, organising and running the qualifying events leading up to team selection (with the support of the events team)
  • Managing, organising, preparing and running official pre-event training days, pre-competition training sessions in liaison with the support of the events team
  • Ensuring that all team members, including support staff and coaching staff, are aware of the code of conduct, the event timetable, travel and accommodation arrangements and any special requirements before, during and after the event
  • Attending squad days, team training days, the performance weekend and any extra training and meetings as required. The team manager also works at both the Junior European Agility World Championships, European Open Championships and Agility World Championships

Matthew Goodliffe - Senior Coach

Matt is the newly appointed Senior Coach for Agility Team GB. Matt has 22 years of experience in agility training, instructing, competing and judging. Matt has competed at both the European Open Championships and Agility World Championships, winning medals in both individual and team competitions. With the wealth of expertise, knowledge and professionalism that Matt brings to the role, we are confident that Agility Team GB will be taken to a new level, enhancing our medal prospects at the championships at all three heights. 

Some of the tasks which the senior coach will carry out include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Coaching team members at training sessions and at the European Open Championships (EOs), and Agility World Championships (AWC)
  • Being part of the selection committee and identify improvement opportunities for each team member, from selection to competition
  • Identification of future potential to invite to pre-selection qualifier
  • Taking an active interest in the performances at, and the results of, the main Kennel Club finals (Olympia, Crufts)
  • Involvement in the running of team selection events and official training sessions
  • Delivering online presentations to the team (judge analysis, skill setting drills)
  • Providing team members with a PDF of the championship judge's sample courses including updating team members throughout the training period
  • Designing courses and drills for official training sessions
  • Designing specific drills in relation to championship judges for S.M.A.R.T. goal analysis

Anthony Clarke - Junior Coach

Ant is the newly appointed Junior Coach for Agility Team GB. Ant has competed in agility for 22 years. He is a consistent winner at Young Kennel Club events (ADOY), and previously represented The Kennel Club at the Junior International Championships. Ant has gone on to win many of the biggest finals in the UK, and has won medals at the Junior Agility World Championships, the European Open Championships and the Agility World Championships. Ant is experienced in coaching both juniors and seniors in international agility teams, as well as having eight years of experience running and managing agility events. With Ant’s knowledge and experience he will be able to develop and increase our chances of winning further medals at the Junior Open Agility World Championships. 

Some of the tasks which the junior coach will carry out include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Coaching team members at training sessions and at the Junior Open Agility World Championships (JOAWC)
  • Being part of the selection committee and identify improvement opportunities for each team member, from selection to competition
  • Identification of future potential to invite to pre-selection qualifier
  • Taking an active interest in the performances at, and the results of, the main Kennel Club finals (Olympia, Crufts) and Junior events
  • Involvement in the running of team selection events, official training sessions and additional junior team training sessions
  • Delivering online presentations to the team (judge analysis, skill setting drills)
  • Providing team members with a PDF of the championship judge's sample courses including updating team members throughout the training period
  • Design courses and drills for official training sessions
  • Design specific drills in relation to championship judges for S.M.A.R.T. goal analysis

Christina Davies - Results Analyst

Tina Davies is the newly appointed Agility Team GB Results Analyst for both the junior and senior teams. Currently Tina is a statistician working for the NHS, designing and delivering analytical work and communicating the results to a variety of audiences including non-technical audiences. She is a grade 7 handler and a qualified agility judge with a keen interest in the national and international aspects of dog agility.

Some of the tasks which the Results Analyst will carry out include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Advising on:
    • team selection processes
    • selection of individuals to compete at the championships (JOAWC, EO’s, FCI AWC) including reserves
    • selecting the specific teams
  • Identification of future potential partnerships for invitation to pre-selection qualifier
  • Data analysis and reporting of stated S.M.A.R.T. goals:
    • individual performance throughout selection process (including Olympia and Crufts)
    • team performance at championships (JOAWC, EOs, FCI AWC)
    • identifying areas of strength and weakness
  • Being responsible for video review procedure at selection events
  • Giving online presentations to the teams on the competition data analysis
  • Being a member of performance review panel concerning;
    • results
    • S.M.A.R.T. goals analysis
    • refining S.M.A.R.T. goals
    • selection process, performance and changes
    • management performance

Dr. Victoria Fraser BVetMed MRCVS CCRT - Team Vet

Vicky Fraser is the newly appointed Agility Team GB Vet for both the junior and senior teams. Vicky is an experienced first opinion Small Animal Veterinary Surgeon and Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist currently working in a referral sports medicine, physiotherapy and orthopaedic referral practice. Her main area of focus is with sporting dogs, including pre- and post-season assessments along with fitness plans, injury prevention training plans, as well as resolving any injures which may occur.

Some of the tasks which the team vet will carry out include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Providing any necessary veterinary treatment for the teams whilst attending the championships (JOAWC, EOs, FCI AWC) abroad and ensuring travel paperwork and required treatments are completed before and during the event
  • Giving online presentations to the teams (on fitness, injury prevention, nutrition, hydration, travel)
  • Giving advice and help with warm up and cool down routines both pre event and during
  • Providing assistance with injuries during events
  • Offering professional services regarding tailored fitness plans for team dogs: 
    • speed, conditioning and strengthening
    • identifying and resolving individual weaknesses
    • injury prevention
Physio-Vet is the official vet practice for Agility Team GB.

Chris Kerton - Handler Fitness Coach

Chris is the newly appointed Agility Team GB Handler Fitness Coach. The role has a refined set of objectives to aid handlers who are looking to improve this aspect of their performance. Chris has coached and trained athletes for over 15 years who have all had different levels of fitness within a variety of sports.

With many qualifications based on this role, including personal training, strength, conditioning, nutrition and offering an established online setup, Chris is able to provide warm up and cool down routines for agility handlers as well as individual tailored plans which will help handlers become their fittest before they head to the start line at the championships. Chris has represented his country competing internationally both in agility and in other sports, and has previously been involved in the selection and management of other international agility teams.

Some of the tasks which the Handler Fitness Coach will carry out include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Raising awareness of fitness training plans specific to agility dog handlers, as well as the benefits of warm up and cool down practices
  • Offering personal training plans to those handlers that wish to improve their own individual fitness levels. The tailored fitness plans for handlers will include:
    • speed, conditioning and strengthening
    • identifying and resolving individual weaknesses
    • injury prevention
    • handling manoeuvre execution speed
  • Online presentations to the teams (on fitness, nutrition, hydration and strategies for optimal performance)

Ann Roberts - Safeguarding and Support Officer

Ann has been appointed as the Safeguarding and Support Officer for Agility Team GB. Ann has over 30 years’ experience in helping children and young adults. Ann is currently an Inclusion and Attendance Manager in a school and is the designated safeguarding lead as well as the Educational Visits Co-ordinator (Overseas and Residential). In this role she is tasked with providing suitable training for staff, writing safeguarding policies in line with current legislation and liaising closely with students, parents and staff to identify and support any safeguarding/child protection concerns including online safety. With Ann’s expertise in this area, as well as 40 years of experience in nearly all aspects of dog agility, you can be assured that the team’s safety and welfare is at the forefront.

Some of the tasks which the Safeguarding and Support Officer will carry out include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Writing, advising on, and maintaining safeguarding protocols
  • Being a communication link between the coaching team and parents
  • Being a first point of contact for parents and the management team to share any concerns or seek advice on safeguarding concerns
  • Helping and supporting handlers and parents to ensure they are a fully prepared team member, both prior to the championships and at the event itself
  • Ensuring that all the management team and The Kennel Club staff in contact with children have received appropriate information on safeguarding issues
  • Advising on the best safeguarding practices and being kept up to date with any changes in the policies
  • Being responsible for the support of the well-being of team members at the championship
  • Supporting any vulnerable adults within the senior team (if required)

Simon Peachey – Team GB Photographer

Simon is agility team GB’s official photographer. Simon will be attending all Agility Team GB events, as well as the three championships (Junior Open Agility World Championships, European Open Championships, and FCI Agility World Championships).

European Open Championships team

We will update this information when it becomes available.

Agility World Championships team

We will update this information when it becomes available.

Junior Open Agility World Championships (JOAWC) team

Hall of fame

Take a look at the Agility Team GB hall of fame. Look back at the overall medals that team have won at international events from 2001-2019. In total the team have to date won 19 Bronze, 8 Silver and 7 Gold medals.

Please note this record has been collated from various unofficial sources, due to no official published record. If there are any discrepancies please email  Agility (The Kennel Club)

Agility World Championships

Small
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2008 Small Team David Alderson & Libby, Nicola Garrett & Indiana , Rachel Mowbray & Nutmeg
2011 Small Individual Bernadette Bay & Zaz
Medium
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2007 Team Silver Alan Gardner & Jude, Amanda Hampson & Minx, Bernadette Bay & Zen
2009 Individual Gold Natasha Wise & Dizzy
2010 Individual Gold Natasha Wise & Dizzy
2011 Team Bronze Amanda & Rogue, Angela Williams & Ten, Natasha Wise & Dizzy
2012 Individual Gold Natasha Wise & Dizzy
Large
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2002 Individual Bronze Nicola Garrett & Mac
2003 Team Gold Jo Rhodes & Kelbie, Nicola Garrett & Spec, Toni Lock & Whiz
2004 Individual Silver Greg Derrett & GT
2005 Individual Bronze David Munnings & Billy
2007 Team Bronze Greg Derrett & GT, Lee Windeatt & Shy, Toni Dawkins & Kite
2009 Team Bronze Jackie Gardner & Tom, Lee Windeatt & Bold, Sue Rolfe & Kes
2010 Individual Silver Dave Munnings & Dobby
2014 Team Silver Anthony Clarke & Ruby, Charlotte Harding  & Scandal, Greg Derrett & Detox, Jess Clarehugh & Cara
2015 Team Gold Charlotte Harding & Scandal, Greg Derrett & Rehab, Jess Clarehugh & Cara, Matthew Goodliffe & Quincy
2018 Individual Bronze Dave Munnings & Fame
2019 Team Bronze Dan Shaw & Geek, Dave Munnings & Fame, Naarah Cuddy & Lemon, Natasha Wise & Pebbles

European Open Championships

Small
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2008 Individual Bronze Bernadette Bay & Hex
Small/Medium
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2010 Team Bronze Amanda Hampson & Minx, Cheryl Harkness & Beanie, Dawn Weaver & Puzzle, Joanne Tristram & Ellie
Medium
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2013 Individual Gold Sian Illingworth & Maybe
2013 Individual Silver Natasha Wise & Dizzy
Large
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2008 Individual Silver Leah Gardner & Herbie
2008 Team Bronze Anthony Clarke & Magic, Katie Mitchell & Rocky, Lee Gibson & Jack, Marc Saunders & Dash
2013 Individual Bronze Matthew Goodliffe & Quincy
2017 Team Silver Dave Munnings & Fame, Greg Derrett & Rehab, Jess Clarehugh & Cara, Matthew Goodliffe & Quincy
2018 Team Silver Dan Shaw & Geek, Greg Derrett & Addict, Martin Reid & Spring, Natasha Wise & Pebbles

Junior Championships

Small
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2016 EOJ Individual Bronze Jack Ryan & Jet
2018 EOJ Individual Bronze Lucas Irwin-Burns & Sam
Large
Year Competition Award Handler and dog pet name
2007 JWC Individual  Gold Anthony Clarke & Magic 
2016 EOJ Team Bronze Adam Stretton & Jet, Belle Howlett & Leia, Daniel Croxford & Briar, Sammy Pegg & Blaze
2017 EOJ Individual Bronze Shannon Springfield & Anya
2017 EOJ Team Bronze Adam Stretton & Jet, Belle Howlett & Leia, Jess Cuthbertson & Skye, Sammy Pegg & Blaze

Still have questions or wish to submit feedback?

If you are a past, present or future Agility Team GB member, or have an interest in the team, and wish to submit feedback, please complete a feedback form. Please note: you will not receive a personal response regarding your feedback, but it will be read and discussed by the management team. If you have any further questions, please email the events team.