In the Canadian Classic TRIATHLON / BIATHLON Agility events a numbered course will be set by the judge, and the dog must complete the course as quickly and fault free as possible.
In TRIATHLON / BIATHLON Agility, time + faults will determine the score.
Lowest score will determine the WINNER of the TRIATHLON / BIATHLON AGILITY award for each height category (Mini/Maxi) and Division (Open/International)
|Dogs time||24.56 seconds|
|+ 1 Off Course||5 seconds|
|Total Dog Time||29.56 seconds|
There will be a maximum course time of 90 seconds per dog.
If a dog / handler team have not completed their run within 90 seconds they will be eliminated and dismissed.
Eliminated dogs will received a time of 100 seconds.
A-Frame, Teeter, DogWalk, Flexible Tunnel, Breakaway Tire, Weave Poles (6 or 12), Single Jumps (1 Bar) wing or non wing
In addition, Agility courses MAY contain:
Broad Jump, Double Jump, Wall Jump, Table (positionless).
There will be NO Ascending Spread
(not allowed in European FCI courses)
- Refusal = 0 faults;
- Popped poles = 0 faults;
(must be restarted and completed from beginning or will incur a non completion fault)
- Knocking Broad Jump marker poles = 0 faults;
- Missed down contact = 5 faults;
- Unsafe entrance to teeter or dogwalk (coming on from the side above the contact)= 5 faults;
- Off course = 5 faults;
- Knocked bar/board/stepping on or between Broad Jump = 5 faults;
- Jumping between tire and tire frame = 5 faults; (must retry and perform successfully or will incur a non completion fault
- Breaking the tire = 5 faults
- On and off Table before 5 count is complete = 5 faults;(must retry and perform successfully or will incur a non completion fault)
- Unsafe execution = 10 faults;
- Handler Physically Assisting Dog = 20 faults;
- Non Completion = 20 faults;
- Harsh handling of dog (Verbal or Physical) = Warning / 5 faults / Elimination (depending on severity)
- Dog aggression (toward handler / judge / other dogs / other people) = Warning / 5 faults / Elimination (depending on severity)