The 25th FCI Agility World Championships will take place on September 23-26, 2021 in Tondiraba Icehall Tallinn.
The 25th FCI Agility World Championship, that was supposed to take place on 10.-13. September 2020 in Tallinn, Estonia, but was cancelled, is just moved one year further! So in September 2021, the Agility World Championship will still welcome you in Tallinn, Estonia! The exact dates are still being decided and we will let you know as soon as possible.
See you at AWC2021 in Tallinn!
Sadly we have to announce that due to postponing the AWC Svetlana Zolotnikova has announced that she has decided not to be a judge on FCI Agility World Championship in 2021 or later.
NB!!! The organizing team and Estonian Kennel Union have decided on Aprill 22nd that the FCI Agility World Championship cannot be held this year and Estonian Kennel Union will submit an application to the FCI to host the 25th Agility World Championship on 2021. Read more here!
20.03.2020 – FCI Agility World Championship 2020 takes place 10.09-13.09.2020 in Tallinn, Tondiraba Icehall. Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, the situation in the world is very difficult and therefore Estonia has a state of emergency until 01.05.2020, which prohibits public events. The Estonian Kennel Union monitors the situation and makes the decisions based on the safety of competitors and spectators.
AWC2020 artificial turf will be delivered by Juta. For years the AWC has been equiped with Juta PlayComfort 24 artificial turf with Matchbase.Pro/200 Shock pads. We are happy to announce of the cooperation with an expirienced partner.
We are happy to announce that for the second year in a row SmarterAgility will manage the AWC results. AWC2020 will add for true fans competition course maps in SmarterAgility Designer format to the homepage.
We are incredibly happy and excited to announce AWC2020 next sponsors: Platinum dog food and Specific dog food. We are very grateful to our sponsors for their support!
We are very happy to announce that Enterprise Estonia supports AWC2020. The aim of the project is to introduce Estonia and Tallinn as a travel destination and attract foreign visitors to the event.
We also hope to raise awareness of dogs and prudent dog-keeping among Estonians, promote agility as recreational sports and find 100 new agility enthusiasts in Estonia, as well as introduce the training opportunities at Estonian agility clubs to foreign teams.
The project is supported by the European Union Regional Development Fund (ERDF), with a grant of EUR 23 898.03
You have made your choice – the official slogan of AWC2020 is: “AGILITY ADDICTED – HAPPINESS PREDICTED”. The author of the slogan is Iryna Sokolenko. Congratulations and see you in September 2020 in Tallinn.