19/12/2014 - 2014 will surly go down as one to remember here at Kingsmead School the project has had its most successful year ever both in and out of the classroom, there have been new arrivals to the project both of the feather variety and also with the addition to the team of students that look after the pigeons.
14/11/2014 - As a fancier we are susceptible to new ideas and innovations in pigeon racing. It is by chance that we stumbled across a product that dozens of fanciers were already talking about. This product called Wonder Pigeon was invented in Italy and its formula is patented worldwide.
17/09/2014 - On Saturday August 30th the big final of Danish Pigeon Race gathered around 500 happy fanciers from all over Europe! The final race from Göttingen and the 400 km was the culmination since the youngsters were delivered from all over the world back in May.
29/06/2014 - The season has well and truly started at Kingsmead School. The past few months alterations were made to the loft for the start of the 2014 racing season. Some of Kingsmead's students got pigeons of their own and new sponsors became part of the Kingsmead School Project.
16/06/2014 - The new website 'Flying back to nature' was created, to educate schoolchildren of the benefits of nature and to introduce them to the world of pigeons. A second website, 'Secret messages', tells of the impact of racing pigeons during the two World Wars.
14/03/2014 - The final of this year's Danish Pigeon Race, Scandinavia's biggest one loft race, will take place in Aabenraa on 30 August. The organisation has published more information on this year's race.
13/02/2014 - In the Mexican city of Teotihuacán on 25 January 2014 the official opening of the new one loft race Derby De Fondo was held. The liberation of the final race (700 km) will take place in Juan Aldama on Saturday January 24, 2015.
06/02/2014 - LDHA is the gene that stands for a lactate dehydrogenase enzyme in racing pigeons. This is an enzyme that is responsible for the recycling of lactate (into pyruvate) in the muscles. Pyruvate can be burned again by muscle fibres.