Once a year, dogs and their handlers from all over the Nordic countries compete at the Nordic Agility Championships. Here you can find the competition rules and important decsions made by the NKU. You can also read the results from previous competitions.
The first Nordic Agility Championships were held in 1994. Since then, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland take turns hosting the competition.
Rules and regulations
The Nordic Kennel Union has established common rules for the Nordic Agility Championships which you can find by clicking the link below. These rules have been revised several times since the competition began (2.3, 2008, 2014 and most recently in 2015, NKU/AU Minutes No 1-2015, item 5).
The Agility Committee is the responsible part in the organisation for all NKU matters regarding agility. Read more about the Agility Committee.
Important NKU decisions regarding Agility
|1-2014, item 4
||The NKU Executive Committee decided that the Nordic Championship in Agility can be organised at another place and date than the Nordic Winner Show.
|1-2015, item 5
||Dogs that compete in the Nordic Championship in Agility must have a FCI pedigree, though not a full three generation pedigree.