9. Europäische Flyball Meisterschaft am 26. - 28. Mai 2007 im Loseley Park in Guildford- Surrey / England

Austragungsort: www.loseley-park.com

Es gibt eine extra EFC 2007 Seite!!!

Auf der Seite vom BFA gibt es auch ein Diskussionsforum, wo es jetzt eine Rubrik EFC 2007 gibt. Also wer Fragen hat, kann dort direkt fragen :O)


Jolly Jumpers aus Belgien sind die neuen Europameister. HERZLICHEN GLÜCKWUNSCH !!!

Mix Brains/ Belgien belegten den 1. Platz in der 2. Division

Ball-Amazonen belegten den 3. Platz in der 5. Division

Quickstep! Flyballteam belegten den 2. Platz in der 7. Division

Lucky Jumpers/ Belgien belegten den 2. Platz in der 8. Division

Alle Ergebnisse vom Samstag, Sonntag und Montag könnt Ihr beim jeweiligen Datum hier nach lesen.


Es sind viele Fotos gemacht worden, sie müssen nur noch sortiert werden,. Also noch ein bisschen Geduld, dann werdet Ihr hier welche finden.


Hier schon mal ein paar Stimmen aus England aus dem BFA Forum zum Wochenende:

Posted on Monday, 28 May 2007 - 5:58 pm:

The Ball Busters teams wish to thank the BFA for a thoroughly enjoyable days racing on Saturday. Thanks also to all the teams in Divs 10 and 13 who we had the pleasure to meet and race against.
Hope the weather didn't spoil Sunday and Monday's racing.
Ball Busters


Posted on Monday, 28 May 2007 - 6:53 pm:

The Swifts would like to thank the BFA and the teams in div 6 for a fantastic days racing on Sunday - will we be the first country to host the WORLD FLYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS?????

Thanks also to our honourary Swifts - Doreen from the Wolf Pack for being a fantastic box loader. Steve from the Dolphins for watching our line and helping us keep good times all day. Natalie from the Ball-istics for running Grace so well and becoming another of her regular runners!!!!
The other teams in the division for some good racing.

Finally, thanks to everyone who successfully kept the "goings-on" secret for Lotties Silver Award.
Steph Rendall
The Swifts (Bristol)


Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 7:58 am:

On behalf of the Northants Falcons, I would like to thank the organisers of the European Champs, great venue and we had great racing in Div 3, thanks to all the teams



Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 10:48 am:

just wanted to say massive thanks to all the organisers of the European Championships, the racing was fantastic, the atmosphere was friendly and the weather was....................••••, lol.
A massive well done to Mansfield Tricks and Mansfield Tantrumz on gaining first place in their divisions. On a personal note many thanks to the judge Andy and all the teams in div 3, I thoroughly enjoyed the close racing that the tight divisions brought us.
The long journey was certainly worth it.
Well done to all the british teams for showing the European visiting teams the best of british flyballing and partying!!!!!!
Thanks again
Rachel & Mark - Mansfield Marnicks
Mansfield Marnicks Flyball Teams


Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 4:02 pm:

Gofours would like to thank Barkshires and Mapleleafs for setting up and running such an excellent show, AND for keeping it going so smoothly in all weathers. What a pity that the Scots, Belgians and Germans had to see Surrey at its wettest. BUT, the harder it rained the better the flyballing seemed to go.Nothing seemed to dampen the friendly atmosphere and the exciting close racing.
This will be a weekend to remember. Thank you for giving all participants a medal. We didn't win many of our races but we sure enjoyed the company and the whole event.

Celia Whiting


Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 8:12 pm:

The Shooting Stars would like to thank all who helped make the European Championships such a wonderful event. Although the weather was very British it didn't seem to dampen anyones spirits and the racing was as good as ever. The evenings entertainment was fantastic even though Sundays was rudely interupted by a few flying gazebos. We are all looking forward to the next Euro Champs in Britain.

Kerry Johnson


Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 8:51 pm:

The Hampshire Harriers and Hounds would like to thank all the organisers of the European Championship for such a fab weekend.Thanks to all the teams in the Hounds Div for friendly, happy racing.I think we got the best of the weather on the Saturday.Both our teams had a brill weekend and came home with lovely medals. Thank you


Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 9:34 pm:

Malmesbury Monks would like to add their thanks to the organisers for a fantastic comp, special thanks to Doreen from the Wolf Pack for box loading and 'sorting us out!' Hope the weather wasn't to bad on Sunday and Monday to spoil the week-end. Super medals everyone thinks they look great.


Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 10:07 pm:

Hotshots would also like to add their thanks to the BFA for organising a fantastic tournament. We had a great weekend and really enjoyed watching teams that we don't normally get to see, especially those from Europe. We were delighted to get 2nd place in Div 12 and would like to say a massive well done to both of our teams, especially Donna and Ria for all of the hard work they put in during the week before the tournament resulting in Ria not running out once, they had big shoes (paws!) to fill taking Lily's place in the team and they didn't disappoint :-)
p.s I am still wringing out my socks lol
John Percivaldi, Hotshots team captain


Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 10:21 pm:

Thanks to the barkshire,s and the mapleleafs for putting together a great tournament (you did us all proud) promoting british flyball as fun, fast,and friendly.
we had a great weekend got to see a few faces we hadn,t seen since angelsey and see our ozzys brother rip from the mapleleafs
The racing was next to none in every div, teeth clenching until the end.
Well done to you all.
happy flyballing
Alex & Jenny (Cheshire Set)

Posted on Tuesday, 29 May 2007 - 11:46 pm:

Bassett Allsorts would like to thank Barkshire Bandits, Maple Leafs & the BFA committee for a fantastic w/e. It was great to race in a Div where racing was so close, and against many teams we have either never met, or only at our yearly trip to Anglesey.
Anne & Bassett Allsorts


Posted on Wednesday, 30 May 2007 - 12:00 pm:

well i must say only being new to flyball and this being only my 5th event if i wasnt hooked i am now brilliant! dispite the weather the effort that graham pam alison and wayne kev and trish put in on the thursday before the comp marking out the camping unseen but priceless. and graham started with his string months ago (lol)then friday in the bistering heat again "yes i said heat" it was sweltering the barkshires and the rest of the maples set about erecting rings ect . then it was race day flyball seems to have alot of chareters ? and i met alot of good solid people who stood out in the rain and mud and smiled and competed with relish . this was a weekend that i will remember for along time . thank you all in all divisions and countrys for your friendlyness. wot a good event. but a speacial thanks to wayne,alison,graham,and pam for welcoming me into the maple leafs team (even if i thrown in at the deep end) ps lucys says sorry she didnt mean to fumble and let the jolly jumpers win but congrates to them and all you flyballers andy maple leafs

andrew worrell


Posted on Wednesday, 30 May 2007 - 12:11 pm:

Midshires Mud Pack would like to add their thanks to everyone involved in organising the Europeans. Thanks for a great weekend. As mentioned elsewhere in this thread, medals down to 6th place gave us a memento to take away, despite finishing at the bottom of our division. Thanks too for the great entertainment, great company and nailbiting racing - especially on Monday. Thanks to all the teams who came from far and wide to make this an excellent flyballing weekend.


Posted on Wednesday, 30 May 2007 - 5:26 pm:

Well done Barkshire's and MapleLeafs for a superb championships. what was acheived was simply the best flyball i've ever been to, and ive done a few 1000.andy and i competed 10 year ago at the first european championships, we were given 5 dogs to race all from different teams, none of whom spoke english-dog, we were in the bottom division and God knows how but we won it. then 10 years on we are placed in the bottom division with our oldies and newbies, expecting a good thrashing, we haent been able to compLete with these dogs yet let alone compete and wow we won that too. so a memorable day for us. we were very Greatfull to john for the exellent photos of our winners racing, that made the day seem extra special. and a free team photo was the icing on the cake.
the Terierists had a mountain of their own to climb, with such stiff competition in thier div but were very satisfied with 4th place, They were all surprised and very happy to recieve thier Flyball Dog at such an event. Lee and all the Staffie owners would like to thank the BFA members for accepting thier little dogs into the sport and giving the owners of such lovable creatures a great welcome and chance to show what rescued Staffies can do.He was a bit too emotional to say this at the time.
Running 4 mutts had a ball in div 2 , great racing , Black Brains pushing us to achieve the 3rd fastest time of the show!! 17.84. they were unbeatable and we have learned some usefull tips watching thier style. we were honoured to come 2nd to them. Thanks to all our fellow Div2 competitors we had the most european division-Wales Scotland England Belgium, what a privilege.

Sam Bawden


Posted on Wednesday, 30 May 2007 - 7:43 pm:

Dolphins would to agree with everyone that this was a fantastic event organised by the Maple Leafs and Bandits. The weather was certainly memorable - but it would take a lot more to put off true enthusiasts!

We would like everyone in Division 4 for some great racing and our personal thanks to Penny and her crew for gifting us that leg and to the Hampshire Harriers that was the best racing we've had for a long time!!!

But seriously Penny, Wayne, Graham, Pam and teams FANTASTIC, this is a milestone event in BFA history very, very well organised ... lets see if some of us can go to Europe in future years.

Congratulations to all the European teams (yes and that does include Scotland!) for some stunning performances, we really enjoyed watching you train and race - lots of food for thought.
Steve Leek (Dolphins)


Posted on Thursday, 31 May 2007 - 4:22 pm:

On behalf of the Racing Herts I just wanted to say a huge thank you to the Barkshire Bandits, Maple Leafs and the BFA for such a fantastic European Championship. The organisation was excellent and couldn't even be put off by the rain. We had a great time in a really beautiful setting, meeting some lovely people. Thanks for all your hard work.

Jane Allen


Posted on Thursday, 31 May 2007 - 5:29 pm:

What a fantastic tournament. Well done to the BFA committee, the Maple Leafs and the Barkshire Bandits. You really did make it look easy - and I suspect it was alot of hard work - so thank you one and all. We collected our latest addition, Esky, on the way to the tournament so it was always going to be a special weekend for us, but we never realised how 'WOW' it was all going to be. All the Flyballers were great company and all the dogs were georgeous (a special mention for Honey the Mad Mut - stole my heart)It was lovely to be in the company of teams we don't often meet up with as well as all the familiar faces too. We have medals, pens, photographs and excellent memories from a great weekend. Every one of the 580 mile round trip was worth it, congratulations on a job very well done.

Jo Crosswell


Posted on Thursday, 31 May 2007 - 10:40 pm:

The Brimblecombe Barkers would like to say a big thank you to the Barkshire Bandits, Maple Leafs and BFA for a great weekend.
It was great to meet new people and to catch up with old friends.
It was fun to race in a division where it was all so close!
Great venue and fab entertainment.
Certainly a weekend to remember!!


Posted on Friday, 01 June 2007 - 7:31 am:

Well what can I say that hasn't already been said by other Teams except a Very BIG THANK YOU from both the Kellington Teams and well done to the Barkshire Bandits, Maple Leafs and the B.F.A. for organising such a great weekend.

Roger Talbot


Posted on Friday, 01 June 2007 - 10:26 am:

On behalf of the Bristol Ball-istics I would like to thank all the Bandits and Maple Leafs for hosting an exellent show.Despite the weather the racing and atmosphere was brilliant and we all had a great time. Hope you are enjoying your well earned rest now.

Louise Bolger


Posted on Friday, 01 June 2007 - 9:34 pm:

Thank you to the Bandits and Maple Leafs for a nice weekend. I did not run Alya but it was nice to see her run with the team. Thank you to Penny for letting me sit with the car at the ring side to see the raceing.

Catherine Rogers


Posted on Saturday, 02 June 2007 - 6:40 pm:

The Maple Leafs and Barkshire Bandits would like to thank everyone who took part in the European Championships for their good humour, friendliness and competitive spirit creating such a wonderful atmosphere despite the awful weather.
Thank you also for all the complimentary comments on the Website which make all the preparation, organisation and hard work worthwhile.
We walked the fields before leaving the venue and appreciate the effort made by the majority who picked up after their dogs.
For the Maple Leafs the icing on the cake was coming second to one of the fastest Teams in Europe, the Jolly Jumpers and our congratulations go to them for being the current European Champions.

Graham & Penny