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(05/07/2019) Limoges II 2019 | National winner Belgium old birds: Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede)

The National winner Belgium from Limoges II in the category "old birds" is Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede). The pigeon was clocked on Friday at 16:08:54 CEST after a race of 611.093 km, achieving an average velocity of 1177.67 m/min.

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(23/09/2018) PIPA ranking: Best old bird on the Belgian national races - 7 prizes

Final PIPA ranking result 'Best old bird with 7 prizes in the Belgian national races' after the races from Bourges I, Châteauroux I, Argenton I, Guéret, Châteauroux II, Argenton II, Bourges II, Châteauroux III, Argenton III, Châteauroux IV. The available national, zonal and provincial results were taken into account for this ranking.

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(23/09/2018) PIPA ranking: Best old bird on the Belgian national races - 6 prizes

Final PIPA ranking result 'Best old bird with 6 prizes in the Belgian national races' after the races from Bourges I, Châteauroux I, Argenton I, Guéret, Châteauroux II, Argenton II, Bourges II, Châteauroux III, Argenton III, Châteauroux IV. The available national, zonal and provincial results were taken into account for this ranking.

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(23/09/2018) PIPA ranking: Best old bird on the Belgian national races - 3 prizes

Final PIPA ranking result 'Best old bird with 3 prizes in the Belgian national races' after the races from Bourges I, Châteauroux I, Argenton I, Gueret, Châteauroux II, Argenton II, Bourges II, Châteauroux III, Argenton III, Châteauroux IV. The available national, zonal and provincial results were taken into account for this ranking.

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(01/09/2015) Luc and Hilde Sioen (Moorslede, BE) take their third national first prize in three seasons with a 1st nat. La Souterraine

Luc and Hilde won a 1st nat. Poitiers both in 2013 and in 2014, and they have now added a national first prize from La Souterraine II to their palmares as well. They also won a first national La Souterraine back in 1999 and in 2001, as well as an international first prize from St. Vincent ’06. It goes without saying that the fanciers from Moorslede have been quite successful in recent years.

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(22/08/2015) La Souterraine II 2015 | National winner Belgium youngsters: Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede)

The National winner Belgium from La Souterraine II in the category "youngsters" is Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede). The pigeon was clocked on Saturday at 13:56:39 CEST after a race of 531908 km, achieving an average velocity of 1375.68 m/min.

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(03/07/2014) Luc and Hilde Sioen (Moorslede, BE) claim national yearlings' race from Poitiers two years in a row

Winning the same national race in two consecutive years is an all but impossible task to most fanciers, and yet Luc and Hilde have been able to achieve this with Willemina, a half sister of their winner from last year’s edition of Poitiers. Their pigeon took the win with a 10-minute lead over the second national yearling in the race. It was already the fifth national first prize for Luc and Hilde.

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(14/06/2014) Poitiers 2014 | National winner Belgium Yearlings: Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede)

The national winner Belgium from Poitiers in the category "yearlings" is Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede).The pigeon was clocked on Saturday at 14:32:54 CEST after a race of 541.775 km, achieving an average velocity of 1121.92 m/min.

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(13/06/2013) Luc and Hilde Sioen (Moorslede, BE) winners of 1st national yearlings from Poitiers

The national victory in the yearlings’ category in the national race from Poitiers was won by a fancier from the western part of Belgium, in the Western Front of World War I. It was a difficult race with a strong headwind and most yearlings will need a couple of days to recover.

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(08/06/2013) Poitiers 2013 | National winner Belgium Yearlings: Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede)

The national winner Belgium from Poitiers in the category "yearlings" is Sioen Luc & Hilde (Moorslede).The pigeon was clocked on Saturday at 14:50:58 CEST after a race of 519.806 km, achieving an average velocity of 1103.7 m/min.