Who says better?
In addition to his kindness and his honesty, Jean-Marc is also know for his fantastic results and for his numerous classifications in the renowned KBDB championships. It's already over 10 years that he is gaining the rankings years after years, making him one of the most crowned fanciers from the last decade. Since his double national title won in 2005 (1st national ace middle distance & 1st national champion yearlings), not a year goes by without seeing him on the national podium. Last year once again, he almost won the title of 1st national ace pigeon shorter middle distance in the old pigeons category, being finally beaten by a very small difference of coefficient. With his two brand new rankings won in 2017 (2nd national ace & 5th national champion small middle distance old birds & yearlings), the total amount of his rankings since 2005 is now 17 (!!!) classifications including 10 podiums (5 x 1st, 2 x 2nd, 3 x 3rd). He is now probably the recordman of the last fifteen years. If you stay honest, who has better?
1st Champion National Petit Demi-Fond RFCB 2015 1st As Pigeon National Petit Demi-Fond Vieux RFCB 2014 1st Champion National Petit Demi-Fond Vieux RFCB 2014 2nd As Pigeon National Petit Demi-Fond Vieux RFCB 2016 2nd As Pigeon National Petit Demi-Fond Vieux RFCB 2017 3rd Champion National Petit Demi-Fond RFCB 2009 3rd Champion National Grand Demi-Fond Vieux RFCB 2014 3rd As Pigeon National Grand Demi-Fond Yl RFCB 2015 4th As Pigeon National Petit Demi-Fond Yl RFCB 2013 4th As Pigeon National Grand Demi-Fond Vieux RFCB 2014 5th Champion National Petit Demi-Fond vieux & Yl RFCB 2017 7th As Pigeon National Grand Demi-Fond Yl RFCB 2015 8th As Pigeon National Petit Demi-Fond Vieux RFCB 2009 9th As Pigeon National Petit Demi-Fond Yearlings RFCB 2014 9th Champion National Yearlings RFCB 2012
As we wrote in the beginning of this report, our friend almost won the title of 1st national ace pigeon shorter middle distance in the old pigeons category. The Max finally ended at the 2nd place with a coefficient of 1.537% while the winner (the pigeon from the Antwerp fancier, Roger Volkaerts) won the competition with 1.4005%. It wasn't the first time that Max was put under the spotlight as he already won the 9th national ace pigeon shorter middle distance in the yearling cateogry in 2016. It's another champion discovered in Sombreffe!
- Max (BE15-1154041)
2nd As National Petit Demi-Fond Vx RFCB 2017 9th As National Petit Demi-Fond Yl RFCB 2016 1st Toury PC – 620 p. '17 2nd Bourges Iprov – 2,872 p. ‘16 2nd Bourges Rég – 554 p. ‘17 17. Iprov – 2,188 p. 3rf Bourges Iprov – 4,286 p. ‘17 4th Nevers Iprov – 2,019 p. ‘17 13. Seminat – 4,704 p. 4th Vierzon prov – 1,112 p. ‘16 15. Interprov – 2,579 p. 5th Gien – 335 p. ‘17 6th Argenton prov – 369 p. ‘16 76. Iprov – 1,483 p. 7th Gien PC – 921 p. ‘17 7th Bourges prov – 885 p. ‘16 82. Interprov – 3,111 p. 249. National – 10,173 p.
Father: Father Max, egg coming directly from PIPA Elite Center (PEC), it's a grandson of the famous Verbesselt Pair and so from Miss Joice. On its pedigree, we also find the line of the Blauwe Prins and then of Topkweker Freddy.
Mother: Chanel, super breeding hen, bred from the former breeding lines of Thibaut-Boons as her mother (Luna) is a full sister of Kimi' (1st national ace middle distance KBDB 2005). Another interesting fact is that Chanel' is a full sister of Lola' (3rd national ace great middle distance KBDB) and of the Wonder 017 (1st national zone Guéret from 3,047 pigeons).
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Is the circle complete?
For the manager, the first national victory of Thibaut-Boons was seen as an exceptional reward. It was the crowning of a work of several years that had seen this loft winning almost everything that had to be won on the pigeon scene in its favourite discipline, the middle distance. The only thing that was missing was that damned national victory to make his performance list complete. Now it's done and, after several titles of national champion, of national ace pigeons and of Olympic pigeons, we are tempted to ask this question: is the circle now complete? We think it's not the case because the real competitors are characterized by their thirst for trophies. Jean-Marc will give us the answer in several weeks when the 2018 season will start. We wish him the best of luck.