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British Champions Title Points Explained: 

( From January 1st, 2014 )

 

British Champion Title

The British Champion Title recognises exhibits which have achieved outstanding show results over their lifetime at Regional Events and the British Sieger.

 

Points are awarded on the following basis:

VV1 (VP1) = 1 point.  

SG1 = 2 points

SG2 = 1 point

V1 adult = 4 points

V2 adult = 2 points

V1 working = 5 points

V2 working = 4 points

VA working = 10 points

 

An exhibit which obtains 25 points is awarded the British Champion Title – these points must include:

At least 5 points gained in the adult or working class

At least one V1 at a regional show with a minimum of 3 exhibits presented in the class.

 

Annual Awards  

Each year a list of the top 10 exhibits in the categories Male, Female, Long Coat Male and Long Coat Female will be declared.

All exhibits who will be 12 months or over by the 31 December will be able to be included in the Annual Points Award Scheme which will recognise the Top 10 consistently highly placed dogs. To be included an exhibit must have entered at least one Regional show – entry at the British Sieger only will not be sufficient although points can be gained at the British Sieger.

 

Points are awarded on the following basis:

VV1 (VP1) = 1 point.  

SG1 = 2 points

SG2 = 1 point

V1 adult = 4 points

V2 adult = 2 points

V1 working = 5 points

V2 working = 4 points

VA = 10 points

 

The grading is as important as the placing and an animal which is first or second in a class but does not receive the top grade possible for its age will not receive any points.

 

For final points and placings to be confirmed the health test results of each exhibit must satisfy the

requirements of a UK breed survey or Koerung.

 

Owners have up to 20 February in the following year to submit health test results to the awards administrator for verification. In the event of an appeal of a health test result which has not been confirmed by 20 February, the original score will be used for verification purposes. Any exhibit without confirmed satisfactory health test results by this date will not be included in the final listings for the year.

 

 

CURRENT PONTS SYSTEM FOR 2013

British Champion Title

The British Champion Title recognises exhibits which have achieved outstanding show results over their lifetime at Regional Events and the British Sieger.

 

Points are awarded on the following basis:

VV1 (VP1) = 1 point.

SG1 = 2 points

SG2 = 1 point

V1 adult = 4 points

V2 adult = 2 points

V1 working = 5 points

V2 working = 4 points

 

An exhibit which obtains 25 points of which at least 5 points must be awarded in Adult or Working class is awarded the British Champion Title.

An exhibit which obtains a VA and V1 or V2 placings at 3 Regional Shows will also be awarded the title of British Champion.

 

Annual Awards

Each year a list of the top 10 exhibits in the categories Male, Female, Long Coat Male and Long Coat Female will be declared.

All exhibits who will be 12 months or over by the 31st December will be able to be included in the Annual Points Award Scheme which will recognise the Top 10 consistently highly placed dogs.

 

Points are awarded on the following basis:

VV1 (VP1) = 1 point.

SG1 = 2 points

SG2 = 1 point

V1 adult = 4 points

V2 adult = 2 points

V1 working = 5 points

V2 working = 4 points

VA1 = 7 points

All Other VA = 6 points

 

The grading is as important as the placing and an animal which is first or second in a class but does not receive the top grade possible for its age will not receive any points.