ICF World Championship 2020

7:00 AM 7:00 PM
Pledran, France
08
Oct

ICF World Championship 2020

7:00 AM 7:00 PM
Pledran, France

 

Next ICF World Championship will be held in Pledran, France from the 8th to the 11th October 2020. More than 800 athletes and their families are expected as well as over 1,000 racing dogs. In total,more than 10,000 visitors and supporters will flock to Plédran for 4 days of show in the countryside.

CanicrossBreizh Association was chosen by the International Federation of Canicross (ICF) to be in charge of the organisation of this all-around Championship. CanicrossBreizh team members are already at work since 2018 and put their talents together everyday to organise a one-of-a-kind World Championship.

 

The Club CanicrossBreizh is already very experienced in the organisation of top level competitions as they host every year the largest French regional competition and have already organised several National championships. All team members are well aware of the challenges of such responsibility and they are eager to use their experience to meet and exceed those challenges!

 

The objective for this World Championship is to offer a magnificent show to both athletes and visitors, and to unite them in the spirit of this sport.”

 

– Guélor Collet, President of CanicrossBreizh

 

As this Championship will also be the 1st encounter with France for many athletes and visitors, the wish of CanicrossBreizh is to proudly represent the values of know-how, dynamism and hospitality of their beautiful Bretagne region.

 

 

How to get there ?   How to book pet friendly accomodations ?   Where do athletes park ?

 

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ICF World Championship 2020 Location

 

Salle Horizon
2 Rue Jacques Prevert
Pledran, 22960 FRANCE

 

Agenda and Schedule

Opening Ceremony 8th October 2020
Trophies Ceremony 11th October 2020

Details

Organizer

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