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(02/06/2014) A report of the British International Championship Club race from Tours on 31st May 2014

Three thousand, six hundred and forty one birds were entered into the British International Championship Club race from Tours. They were liberated at 6.30am into a light north easterly wind. The following is a report on the provisional result based on telephone verifications.

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(06/05/2014) A report of the British International Championship Club race from Falaise on the 5th May 2014

Three thousand, two hundred and twenty nine pigeons were entered into the first British International Championship Club race from Falaise on the 5th May 2014. They were liberated at 8.00am into sunshine and a light north easterly wind. The provisional result is as follows.

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(09/07/2013) A report of the British International Championship Club race from Alençon on 6th July 2013

Two thousand, eight hundred and ninety seven birds entered into the British International Championship Club race from Alençon were liberated at 6.15 BST on Saturday 6th July 2013. The weather at the racepoint was fine with a light north easterly wind and there was a good forecast on route. The provisional result is as follows.

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(11/06/2013) A report of the British International Championship Club race from Tours on 8th June 2013

Three hundred and twenty nine members sent 2,439 birds which were released at 06.00 BST on Saturday 8th June 2013, into a north easterly wind. The provisional result is as follows.

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(24/05/2013) A report of the UK National Flying Club race from Carentan

The first National Flying Club race of the 2013 season was held from Carentan on Saturday 18th May. A total of 965 members sent 8,319 birds which were liberated at 7.45am into clear skies. The provisional result is as follows.

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(22/06/2012) Report of the National Flying Club race from Messac on June 17, 2012

The Messac national race was held over from the Saturday due to low pressure and rain over much of the UK. Conditions were much more favourable on the Sunday with west to south west winds and good visibility throughout. The five thousand seven hundred birds were liberated at 6.00 am and cleared well to the north.

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