World Championship FCI

World Championship Results

 

The World Championship FCI starts in 1994, when the first edition was disputed in the Canarias One Loft Race, under the Spain Royal National Federation organization. The objective is promoting the Pigeon Sport in all world and generate at international competence by the breeders.

From 2016, each National Federation affiliated to FCI can free inscribe a total of 25 young pigeons with official ring FCI.

In the One Loft Race there are trainings, three with electronic registration, and the final race from 300 to 500 Km.

There are 3 classifications:

-Individual Classification (pigeons classified inside the 25% of pigeons entry in the final race, with a maxim tolerance at 8:00 p.m., 2º day of race).

-Countries Classification (according to the average speed of the first 3 pigeons of each country classified inside the 25% of pigeons entry in the final race).

-As Pigeon Classification (pigeons classified in the 25% of pigeons entry in the final race, sum speed of the 3 training with electronic registration and the final race).

The first three classified in each modality receive honorary awards from the Federation organizer.

Finally, the pigeons are auctioned. The money raiced is distributed between the Federation organizer (80%) and the FCI (20%).

1994 – Canarias – Spain

1995 – Utrecht – Netherlands

1996 – Bale – Swizeland

1997 – Mira – Portugal

1998 – Buenos Aires – Argentine

1999 – Queretaro – Mexique

2000 – Beijing – Chine

2001 – Cape Town – South Afrique

2002 – Roye – France

2003 – Mira – Portugal

2004 – Xacobeo – Spain

2005 – Hajduszoboszlo – Hungary

2007 – Nevele – Belgium

2008 – Fritzlar – Deutcheland

2009 – Barengton – France

2010 – Wilcza – Poland

2011 – Mira – Portugal

2012 – Nitra – Slovakia

2013 – Mira – Portugal

2014 – Vác – Hungary

2015 – Arad – Romania

2016 – Nevele – Bélgium

2017 – Mira – Portugal

2018 – Taiwan

2019 – Chine

2020 – Arad – Romania

Youth World Championship Results

The Youth World Championship FCI starts in 1998, when the first edition was disputed in the Mira One Loft Race, under the National Federation Portuguese organization. The objective is promote the Pigeon Sport between the youth people and generate at international competence exclusive for them.

From 2016, each National Federation affiliated to FCI can free inscribe a total of 15 young pigeons with official ring FCI, from breeders up to 25 years old.

In the One Loft Race there are trainings, three with electronic registration, and the final race from 300 to 500 Km.

There are 3 classifications:

-Individual Classification (pigeons classified inside the 25% of pigeons entry in the final race, with a maxim tolerance at 8:00 p.m., 2º day of race).

-Countries Classification (according to the average speed of the first 3 pigeons of each country classified inside the 25% of pigeons entry in the final race).

-As Pigeon Classification (pigeons classified in the 25% of pigeons entry in the final race, sum speed of the 3 training with electronic registration and the final race).

The first three classified in each modality receive honorary awards from the Federation organizer.

Finally, the pigeons are auctioned. The money raiced is distributed between the Federation organizer (80%) and the FCI (20%).

1998 – Mira – Portugal

1999 – Mira – Portugal

2000 – Buenos Aires – Argentine

2011 – Mira – Portugal

2012 – Nitra – Slovakia

2013 – Mira – Portugal

2014 – Vác – Hungary

2015 – Arad – Romania

2016 – Nevele – Belgium

2017 – Mira – Portugal

2020 – Arad – Romania

Results Compilation: Federico Arias (Argentine), December, 2020.