Episode 137: Swedish Jump Heights and Its Effect on FCI

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In this episode (18:38)

In this episode, we talk with Åsa Wrede of Sweden about the future of dog agility in Sweden and Europe.

Mentioned

  • The regulation proposal for the Swedish Agility Club.
    New Height Classes and Cutoffs:
    Extra small: allowed for dogs whose withers under 28 cm (11.02 inches); jumps 10-20 cm (3.94-7.87 inches)
    Small: allowed for dogs whose withers under 35 cm (13.78 inches); jumps 20-30 cm (7.87-11.81 inches)
    Medium: allowed for dogs whose withers is 35 cm and over but under 43 cm (16.93 inches); jumps 30-40 cm (11.81-15.75 inches)
    Large: allowed for dogs whose withers is 43 cm and over but under 50 cm (19.69 inches); jumps 40-50 cm (15.75-19.69 inches)
    Extra large: allowed for dogs whose withers is 43 cm and above (16.93 inches); jumps 50-60 cm (19.69-23.62 inches)
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