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ICC/CdE/IWT-guid.


               
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Guidelines for the qualification and selection for 
the Coupe d’Europe (CdE), the Individual Challenge Cup (ICC) and 
the International Working Tests for Retrievers (IWT)

                                                                                                                                                           April 1st 2014


The Individual Challenge Cup (ICC) and Coupe d’Europe (CdE) are both organized every 2nd year, in alternate years.

The FCI delegates shall receive the invitation from the organizing country about these events, and it is the responsibility of the FCI delegate to inform the clubs and associations in his country, to collect the entries, to rank the dogs entered upon their results and then tosend the application forms to the organizing committee.


1. Coupe d’Europe (CdE)

Qualification for the CdE: the results from CACIT / CACT Field Trials run between the latest ICC until the deadline of the upcoming CdE held under the FCI Rules for Field Trials ran in any FCI country where at least 1 judge from the FCI field trial judges list and English A/B panel judges had been in charge to judge the event (in accordance with the FCI-rules).

Based upon the results, each country may delegate a team of 4 dogs, if the organizin country does not decide differently. A handler shall only handle one dog if there are enough dogs with qualifications. The dog is qualified with the handler with whom he achieved the results.

2.  Individual Challenge Cup (ICC)

Qualification for the ICC: the results from CACIT / CACT Field Trials run after the latest CdE until the deadline of the upcoming ICC held under the FCI Rules for Field Trials, ran in any FCI country where at least 1 judge from the FCI field trial judges list  and English A/B panel judges had been in charge to judge the event (in accordance with the FCI-rules).

Based upon the results, each country may delegate 2 dogs, if the organizing country does not decide differently. And on top of it, the defending winner of the last ICC has a fix, additional place to run in the upcoming ICC. A handler shall only handle one dog if there are enough dogs with qualifications. The dog is qualified with the handler with whom he achieved the results.

 

3.  Ranking for ICC and CdE

The results CACIT, Res. CACIT, CACT, Res. CACT, excellent, very good, good will be taken into consideration, CACIT titles counting highest, then Res. CACIT, then CACT, then Res. CACT, etc. as listed above.

The qualifications count first. Only after ranking upon qualifications, placements can be taken into account. (for example
someone who has a 1
st place with a “very good” will be put behind the one who has a 4th place with “excellent”).

In case 2 dogs have got exactly the same results, the dog whose results are closer to the date of the CdE/ICC shall be put higher in the ranking.

 

4.  International Working Tests (IWT)

International Working Tests (IWT) are organized according to the ”FCI Rules for International Working Tests for Retrievers”.

The organizing country decides each year how many official teams can represent a country and sends the information to the committee members.

The FCI delegates shall receive the invitation from the organizing country, and it is the responsibility of the FCI delegate to inform all clubs and associations, to collect the entries and then to send back the application forms to the organizing committee.

The applying teams shall be ranked based upon their results achieved on working tests, or in those countries where there is a selection working test or competition, based upon this selection’s results. The dogs are qualified with the handler with whom they achieved the results.


These Guidelines were approved by the FCI General Committee in Helsinki, October 2013

 
       

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