Rules:

Individual competition: First 10 placed in every Jumping are qualified for final Jumping of individuals in each high category, if there is more then 100 teams in such a category. If there is less then 100 teams, the number for finals decreases proportionally, as it is always 10% from all teams in each category (the number is made from the participating teams, rounds up on the whole numbers).

 

First 10 placed in every Agility are qualified for final Agility of individuals in each high category, if there is more then 100 teams in such a category. If there is less then 100 teams, the number for finals decreases proportionally, as it is always 10% from all teams in each category (the number is made from the participating teams, rounds up on the whole numbers).

 

 

If somebody, who has been qualified from one run, places among the first 10 ranks again, the next in order follows to the final (eliminated teams are excluded). 30 best competitors, as maximum, start in the final Agility and Jumping in each high category.

 

Team competition: Teams made up of !!FOUR!! handlers can sign up to the Team competition (Jumping + Agility), in each high category. Three best results from Jumping and Agility counts.

 

Determination of standard and maximum time:

The standard time in every course will be established from the winner's time, multiplied by the coefficient 1.2.

In finals, the winner's time will be multiplied by the coefficient 1.1.

The time is round off mathematically (a number smaller then 0.5 rounds down on zero, a number 0.5 and higher rounds up on 1).

Maximum time will be always established as a double of standard time.

In the individual competition, if the calculated time exceed 47 s, then the standard time will be consider as 47 s and the maximum time 94 s.

In the team competition, if the calculated time exceed 50 s, then the standard time will be consider as 50 s and the maximum time 100 s.

 

In the case of equal final results, a lot will resolve about the winner.