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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018 (13/07)

  • Liberated on friday 07:00
  • Fastest announcement: 1118.33 m/m, Retschwiller (FR)
  • Int. Winner Old birds: Dominique Daniel
  • Latest update: today 08:50

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Jarnac 2018: National winner Belgium yearlings: Casaert-Senechal (Russeignies)

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Jarnac 2018: National winner Belgium yearlings: Casaert-Senechal (Russeignies)
The National winner Belgium from Jarnac in the category "yearlings" is Casaert-Senechal (Russeignies). The pigeon was clocked on Sunday at 16:22:40 CEST after a race of 620.099 km, achieving an average velocity of 1102.07 m/min.

Jarnac 2018: National winner Belgium old birds: Dufermont Michel (Moeskroen)

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Jarnac 2018: National winner Belgium old birds: Dufermont Michel (Moeskroen)
The National winner Belgium from Jarnac in the category "old birds" is Dufermont Michel (Moeskroen). The pigeon was clocked on Sunday at 16:00:55 CEST after a race of 608.251 km, achieving an average velocity of 1124.48 m/min.

St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: Preliminary result: International, Old birds (Dominique Daniel)

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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: Preliminary result: International, Old birds (Dominique Daniel)
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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner England old birds: Gilbert Mark (Windsor)

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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner England old birds: Gilbert Mark (Windsor)
The National winner England from St.-Vincent in the category "old birds" is Gilbert Mark (Windsor). The pigeon was clocked on Saturday at 08:45:26 CEST after a race of 868.973 km, achieving an average velocity of 710.855 m/min.

St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner The Netherlands old birds: Vork Vincent (Noorden)

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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner The Netherlands old birds: Vork Vincent (Noorden)
The National winner The Netherlands from St.-Vincent in the category "old birds" is Vork Vincent (Noorden). The pigeon was clocked on Saturday at 06:06:29 CEST after a race of 1051.62 km, achieving an average velocity of 1066.03 m/min.

St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner Germany old birds: Stollenwerk Hubert (Eschweiler)

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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner Germany old birds: Stollenwerk Hubert (Eschweiler)
The National winner Germany from St.-Vincent in the category "old birds" is Stollenwerk Hubert (Eschweiler). The pigeon was clocked on Saturday at 05:18:00 CEST after a race of 980.428 km, achieving an average velocity of 1026.63 m/min.

St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner Belgium old birds: Caro Jean-Marc (Verviers)

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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: National winner Belgium old birds: Caro Jean-Marc (Verviers)
The National winner Belgium from St.-Vincent in the category "old birds" is Caro Jean-Marc (Verviers). The pigeon was clocked on Friday at 21:31:09 CEST after a race of 940.843 km, achieving an average velocity of 1080 m/min.

St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: International winner old birds: Dominique Daniel (Retschwiller, France)

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St.-Vincent (int.) 2018: International winner old birds: Dominique Daniel (Retschwiller, France)
The International winner from St.-Vincent in the category "old birds" is Dominique Daniel (Retschwiller, France). The pigeon was clocked on Friday at 20:40:05 CEST after a race of 917.12 km, achieving an average velocity of 1118.33 m/min.

A report on the British International Championship Club race from Barcelona on 7th July 2018, in conjunction with the international

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A report on the British International Championship Club race from Barcelona on 7th July 2018, in conjunction with the international
Seventy-four members sent two hundred and forty-eight pigeons to the British International Championship Club race from Barcelona, in conjunction with the international. They were liberated at 09.00CEST. The following is a report on the provisional result based on members' verifications.

Vermeerbergen-Wilms (Mol, BE) claim a 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8…. from Momignies!

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Vermeerbergen-Wilms (Mol, BE) claim a 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8…. from Momignies!
We go back in time to 1995 and the national race from Châteauroux, where team Vermeerbergen-Wilms caught pigeon fanciers across the globe in amazement, winning a 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th national of more than 10,000 pigeons!

Gino Clicque (Wevelgem, BE) wins a 1st national Châteauroux II

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Gino Clicque (Wevelgem, BE) wins a 1st national Châteauroux II
A national first prize does not happen overnight but sometimes you can tell from the results in previous races that a pigeon loft is up to something special. In fact, many fanciers were not surprised to see the Gino Clicque pigeon breed take home a national victory in the yearlings' race from Châteauroux II.

"The Barcelona" of Erik Limbourg (Brussegem, BE) has done it again! He claims another 5th National Barcelona!

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"The Barcelona" of Erik Limbourg (Brussegem, BE) has done it again! He claims another 5th National Barcelona!
The past few weeks have all been about the Red Devils playing a great World Cup in Russia, with such players as Hazard, De Bruyne, Lukaku and Courtois being among the world's most renowned players. And pigeon racing has its international stars as well, one of them would be "The Barcelona" of Erik Limbourg.

Top performances The Netherlands 12/07/2018 - 12/07/2018

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Top performances The Netherlands 12/07/2018 - 12/07/2018
These are the top performances from The Netherlands in the weekend of 12/07/2018 and 12/07/2018.

Team Freddy De Jaeger (Knesselare, BE) wins 1st International Barcelona

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Team Freddy De Jaeger (Knesselare, BE) wins 1st International Barcelona
Sometimes the good things come when you least expect them. The international first prize from Barcelona for Team Freddy De Jaeger is a textbook example. This is a crowning achievement after five years of excellent work. A well deserved win!

Benny Steveninck (Hamme,BE) wins 1st Zone Gueret with brother of Pepchi

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Benny Steveninck (Hamme,BE) wins 1st Zone Gueret with brother of Pepchi
The renowned Chipo bloodline continues to deliver for Benny Steveninck from East Flanders. They were highly successful with Grandson Pepchi (national winner of Chateauroux of 2,780 pigeons and a 1st Provincial Montluçon of 3,700 pigeons) and the team now wins a 1st Zone Gueret with another grandson: Brother Pepchi BE16-4024909.
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