Gaby Vandenabeele – Light Diet But Plenty To Eat!

Gaby Vandenabeele
Gaby Vandenabeele…30 years at the very top in National racing!

Dentergem – The gunpowder smoke on the battlefields of 2009 has barely cleared… the winners are hailed enthusiastically… while the vanquished have disappeared from sight. A group of youngsters are sitting on the tiles of the roof or flipping around in the sky. The widowers nervously start to stretch their wings. Spring is in the air!

Within two weeks the first speed races will start while the Long Distance racers are allowed sit on their winter nests!

But, before the season starts it’s good to put one of the super heros from last season in the spotlight. Nobody can deny that Gaby Vandenabeele had a wonderful season in 2009. It was a year with 5 provincial victories.

This is all part of an impressive career in which he won 80 provincial and 5 national victories!

A mighty colony

As a young boy Gaby had already been introduced to the pigeon sport at a top level in the form of the pigeons in the lofts of his father. His father Gentiel was one of the top professionals who had excellent pigeons from which he bred out of the best material he could get from Desmet-Matthys and Pol Bostyn.
Both, father and son had stood on several podiums before Gaby started off on his own in 1976. The good advice and the good pigeons he inherited from his father were like the icing on the cake. As he was such a bright start, the local competitions barred him and so he was obliged to quit the Middle Distance races in 1985.

“Every disadvantage has its advantage” is the motto of Johan Cruijff and this unfair move was for him the spring board to international recognition. In the national Limoges race of

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the same year, Gaby revealed for the first time his secrets when he managed to win
the 2nd and 10th national prizes. To increase his ability as a racer he introduced new
blood lines to his loft from Robert Willequet and Noël Peiren. In 1988, after already an
impressive career, the “Rambo” scored a real hit with the 1st National Bourges against
13,154 pigeons. Then, began the era of the “Kleinen”, the “Wittenbuik” and the “Bliksem”,
which is a grandson of the Wittenbuik. The “Bliksem” is a cock with an impressive record,
not only a super racer and breeder but also as the leader of a bloodline with a strong
inherent power. Twelve of his off spring were also transferred to the breeding loft.Yet, Gaby is still looking for a real champion, preferably one of his own family, or perhaps crossed with some strange blood from a well performing loft. Each year he is ready to invest in the best that is for sale on the market because “to stand still is to decay” in his words. In 2004, he acquired the “Super As” (Serré-Laporte) and “Mister Bergerac” (1st Ace Pigeon Long Distance France), a combination of Casaert crossed with Bolle. In 2005, there was also a mutual breeding arangement with another

West-Flanders champion Rik Cools!

Simple widowhood

In 2009, Gaby Vandenabeele started with a team of 70 widowers, 100 young pigeons and one single hen which was raced with the young pigeons. The racing season for the widowers starts from the 1st of April and lasts until the second Sunday of August with the Argenton race.

After arriving home from Argenton, a severe selection process is carried out among the racing team. The ones that are allowed to stay get their hen and they are allowed to raise one round of late youngsters.

During the beginning of October the “new yearlings” arrive in the racing loft, together with one older hen that knows the nest box. They are allowed to breed one round.. In this way they get used to their new loft and settle down amongst the older pigeons. During the middle of November all the hens are transferred to the aviary.

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coupled and they are allowed to sit eggs for 5 days. Then, they will be separated again.
There is no second coupling. Cocks and hens join together for about three days and during this time the cocks will be trained. For about 6 sessions (training in the morning and in the afternoon), they will be gradually trained up to a distance of 30 km. The yearlings will learn all the tricks for the widowhood all in one go according to Gaby. Then, they will race Arras, 2 times Clermont, Ablis and then Tours, Chateauroux and so on.

In the past Gaby had experienced that it’s very dangerous to bet everything on the same horse. The widowers are split into two teams that will be raced every two weeks. The intention is dual. Firstly, not entering too many pigeons in the same race and secondly, stay one step ahead of the possibilty of a disastrous race.

Gaby Vandenabeele says: “I race the normal classic widowhood without any extra motivation! When basketing, the only thing is shown is the nest bowl to the pigeons. The one time I couldn’t do that because I didn’t have enough time, I went on to win the 1st, 2nd and 3rd provincial from Argenton! Now, I seriously consider not bringing the nest bowl anymore into the loft. The widower’s team is housed in 5 lofts (2 x 12, 3 x 16). Widowers are not trained in between races anymore. They exercise twice a day for half an hour (no more) and “that’s it”! Rest is important in my lofts. All the pigeons get their food and water in their nest box, just to maintain the rest and not to create any conflict on the floor of the loft. I also aim to basket the pigeons in a calm and quiet manner.”

Class and selection!

Where did this super season of 2009 come from?

Gaby continues: “I love it when it’s real “pigeon weather” when I race my pigeons. Though the races could still have been a bit tougher for my birds last season. I select my pigeons for races below 1,300 meters because every pigeon can be at the top with a “favourable wind”! Every one can win a local

cycle race but winning the “Tour of Flanders” is something in another league! You get class
in your lofts by selecting. Only 50 % of my 70 widowers survived my selection procedures.
I would have liked to reduce my widower’s team to 56 but they performed so well last
season that I decided to stick to my original number. There were 35 cocks left from my
original 100 young pigeons. I maintain the same rules and procedures of selection when
I buy top pigeons. They have to be pigeons which perform exceptionally well in rough
weather conditions. I look for top quality as racers as well as an ability to breed winners
when crossed with my pigeons. Also, they have to be beautiful pigeons, preferably have
a soft feather and a beautiful wing. The newly acquired pigeons are immediately coupled
with the best of my loft. The off spring are severely selected and it’s only after 2 to 3
years of very good results that they will be allowed to intigrate into my colony.”

Light, but just enough!

These are the key words in the feeding system of Gaby Vandenabeele!

They get “Premium Rui” from Beyers, supplemented with linseed and other small
seeds during the moulting period. Blitzform and Sedochol are mixed in the drinking
water on a regular basis. During the breeding season, time they get “Premium Kweek” and
regularly Gervit-W, Avitonicum, electrolytes and minerals over the food.

During the racing season, the widowers are basketed every two weeks from a distance
between 600 and 800 km. When they arrive home on a Saturday, they get “Vandenabeelemixture” (Beyers – no proteins) and Cédé-egg food. Electrolytes also go into the drinking water. It’s only on Tuesday that they will get a bath. On Sunday the get exactly the same food as on Saturday but they get AvidressPlus in the drinking water as well. Again on Monday they get the Vandenabeele-mixture (without the Cédé eggfood) and Naturaline and Carlsbads salt in the drinking water. On Tuesday again Vandenabeele-mixture is given but with Blitzform added to the drinking water. From Wednesday until the following Tuesday

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the Vandenabeele-mixture and mostly pure water in the drinking pots or sometimes a herbal tea is given.

On Wednesday and Thursday (basketing days) they get 80 % Vandenabeele-mixture + 5 % peeled sunflower seeds + 5% Hemp + 10% maize. On Wednesday, they get Kapuvit – B in their drinking water and on Thursday
electrolytes. In the morning as well as in the evening the pigeons are fed with a soup spoon and on basketing day they will get their last meal at 5 pm.

How important is exercise?

Gaby Vandenabeele says: “The way they exercise is crucially important but how long they exercise for is not important at all! When I see them exploding from my loft to the church (about 500 meters away) then I have to pay attention!

I leave my widowers to exercise for a maximum of 30 minutes and than they are called in again. Every second or minute of extra exercise is only a waste of energy and then the racing condition will only deteriorate. When they have too much time to exercise , they will pick up some “bad habits”, and they will get involved with other pigeons. They start “neighbouring” with the church pigeons and so on. For the moment, my widowers fly for one and half hours but during the racing season itself this is reduced to only half an hour!

If my pigeons are not exercising very well, I will start feeding them lighter food (some fanciers do just the opposite) and I will add tea or Blitzform in their drinking water for the following 3 days. I don’t think it’s a solution to start road training them.

There is no heating in my lofts. When the weather is really bad, I will put some maxi plates in the lofts but only two days before they are basketed. If I do it longer you will see that some pigeons will lay down on those plates.”

A perfect loft climate

“My lofts are mostly closed off with as little glass as possible in the roof. I don’t have my controlled ventilation system any longer. The purpose is to create as little difference as possible in temperatures between night and daytime. The walls are insulated but the floor of the loft isn’t. Between the floor and the
ground there is a space of about 15 cm in which the air will create the insulation and were the wind can blow through. Again, the difference in temperatures between day and night have no negative influences on the condition of the pigeons. The management of the pigeons is on a very punctual schedule although I try
not to exaggerate on that. Hygiene isn’t that rigorous but the lofts are cleaned daily. The drinking water is changed daily although the drink pot itself isn’t cleaned. You don’t want to create a real sterile environment. All the lofts

A view of the wdowhood lofts

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have wooden floors. A grill floor is of no use at all for me. The only thing they do is collect dust! Don’t forget that dust is one of the biggest enemies of pigeons and of course to the fancier himself. Underneath the nest boxes there is a floor grill of about 3 centimetres.
Dust is always caught behind the nest boxes but it is removed on a weekly basis. Once, I even used calcium in my lofts. Again I say dust is the biggest enemy of pigeons!”

Minimal medical care

“When the racing season has finished after the race from Argenton, no medicine of any kind will be given to the pigeons. The pigeons have an open loft for three months and they can go without any problems on to the lawn where they can pick around . After a dropping sample has been investigated, the 30 breeding pairs are coupled at the end of November. The widowers are coupled at the beginning of February. They will have been inoculated against paramyxo a month earlier and also against paratyphoid (no treatment with medicines) sometimes during the middle of March.

For years now, we have not treated them against trichomonas. The increase in the “acidity level” of the drinking water is very effective. We use “Koudijs-droogontsmetter”
Koudijs dry disinfector against lice. The pigeons remain in the lofts during this “smoke cure.” This treatment takes about 2 hours and will be repeated three times every season. It’s a bit of an alternative treatment but it proves to be very effective. Never forget, a good pigeon is a healthy pigeon. Pigeons struggling with health problems are not welcome in the lofts in Dentergem!

In 2009, for the young pigeons I tried for the first time the schedule of Fernand Mariën: 1 time per week condition syrup and 1 time a week condition powder and this resulted in very good results!”

Young Pigeons

Gaby Vandenabeele wouldn’t call himself a specialist with young pigeons but his youngsters performed really well during the last season. The youngsters are weaned

The latest edition of the Million Dollar Race in South Africa’s Sun City was very successful for Gaby and his pigeons.
He finished second in the final race with “Spy”, a son of “Neptune” and won $120,000U.S., while Hardy Kruger (Germany) finished third with ‘Cut The Cuteness’  (50% Vandenabeele) and won $ 75,000U.S.

when they are 3 weeks old which is quite young but it’s the ideal age to teach them to start eating.

Gaby says: “The first day after weaning the only food they get is English peas. The second day they get pure maize. Maize is ideal to get them feeding immediately. Initially both sexes stay together and it’s only around the middle of June that the hens and cocks are separated. The darkening starts around the 1st of April and lasts until the beginning of June. They are darkened from 6 pm until 8 am. They will not get any extra light afterwards. The training starts also around the 1st of April. They are road trained 10 times from a distance of 30 km and once trained the youngsters won’t get any extra training sessions. I don’t believe in an intensive training system, especially not for the cocks with a widower’s career in view. After the training sessions the young pigeons will go for 3 x 300 km, 2 x 400 km and 5x 450 km races. The young cocks are not raced in the national races for young pigeons. In the past, I lost too many top pigeons in those national races for young pigeons. Once the sexes are separated, the youngsters are raced using the sliding door method. When basketed, hens and cocks will come together for between half an hour and one hour. Again, there here no complicated theories or systems in place here. The youngsters have to live in their basic nest boxes, with no “hiding boxes” or cardboard boxes.”

In 2009, Gaby Vandenabeele started with 83 young pigeons in the provincial races and he ended them with 72 pigeons!

Hugo

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The secrets of the master!

1. The loft

“A lot of people frown when this subject is mentioned. I believe 100 percent in the influence of water veins and earth radiation on all living creatures and I’m sure I’m
not the only one!

In 1985, I built a loft for my young pigeons. It was a real “bad loft” like they used to say in the province of West Flanders but I learnt for my mistakes. I never got the youngsters from the best direction, I had an abnormally high number of losses and I performed really badly. The weirdest thing was that once those same youngsters
were transferred to the loft of the yearlings, they started to perform really well. I told the story to a painter who was decorating our house and he instantly asked me “did you check your loft for water veins”? The painter/diviner must have noticed my disbelieving glance and resumed: “I’m totally serious about it you know!”

No sooner said than done, on his advice a copper electrical wire was placed around the loft and was activated. Believe it or not, that same year, I became the champion of West-Flanders. Later, I moved the loft a few meters and all the problems were gone. The creation of a magnetic field with the help of a conductor neutralised the negative influence of the water veins.”

2. Hygiene

“I clean the lofts daily, without being a maniac. I do everything myself but nowadays it’s my wife who takes care of cleaning the lofts of the breeders. I refuse to install automatic droppings conveyors because the “big clean” is an absolute must in the pigeon loft. The big clean means for me that I take everything apart, vacuuming it, scrubbing it and disinfecting it with Virkon S. Then, everything is put back in place and we are ready for another year.

3. Medically

“In my opinion the medical part is not the most important part in the pigeon sport. I know a lot of people don’t agree with that. I think the pigeon sport can’t be found in the medicine cabinet. My father, Gentiel, was very successful for the whole of his career. He had a very sharp knife. In tough weather conditions, 1,200 meters per minute and below, the pigeon that could not make it got a one way ticket to the Eternal Hunting Grounds! I have to agree with him; selection by results is the most important part in the pigeon sport! “

4. Motivation

“I start the widowhood on the 1st of April and it lasts until the 2nd Sunday of August. When the widowers are basketed, their nest bowl is turned over and they never get to see their hen. On arrival home, cocks and hens will remain together for about half an hour to 1 hour. I continue this method for 18 weeks of widowhood without anything extra. I don’t want to burn the candle at both ends because you never will have real success. I try to basket my pigeons as relaxed as possible. That is very important, specially, when they have to travel 2 to 3 nights in their basket. I try to avoid the extra-motivation and I especially don’t like it

 when the pigeons are calling in the basket on the way to the club.”

5. Tranquillity

“Calmness is very import in the widower’s loft. It doesn’t mean though that the daily sounds are disruptive. I try to keep everything calm in the loft by feeding and giving water in their nest box. No flying back and forward from the feeding trough to the drinking pot, all must sit quietly in their nest box. There is not really a lot of fighting in the loft of the cocks. The boxes are not closed off and I only appear in the morning and in the evening in the lofts in order not to disturb my pigeons.”

6. Real class

“That’s the only way and it is where the pigeon sport starts and ends! If I was to start over again in the sport, then I would get the eggs of the widowers from a good performing loft. I wouldn’t cherish those pigeons in a golden cage, but I would put them through a severe training and selection process. For the first 5 years of my career I never had breeding pigeons. The “Kleinen” was my first breeder and my breeding pigeons even now have to prove that they are worthy of having the status of a breeding pigeon.

When I start selecting by hand, my preference goes to a pigeon with a soft plumage and a medium sized body shape. I have had a “Kleinen” (Small One) and a “Groten” (Big One) in my loft, but medium sized is the best then you don’t have to start with “compensation pairing”.

I prefer a not too close relative coupling in my breeding loft, “Zoon Wittenbuik” x “Dochter Halfbroer Wittenbuik” is as close as I like and that’s just about it! A too close
inbreeding scheme of things has a negative influence on the natural health of a pigeon.

I take extra care of my breeding policy. In the month of October, I start coupling on paper. After a few changes, theory turns into practice at the end of November. Mostly the pairings are “Good” x “Good”, and I don’t really couple with the pedigree in my hand.”

7. Condition in the basket

“When the “Ronker” won the 1st national Limoges in 1995, I was afraid to basket him in such a lamentable condition. He became the national winner and I had to do my homework all over again. I’m convinced that good condition can be achieved during the stay in the basket and it is very important. Basket them weaker and let the balloon blow up during their stay in the basket! There is a very good chance that a pigeon that is basketed in poorer condition improves way beyond his potential by the time of liberation.”

8. Painted lofts

“It seems to be a small detail but it is rather important. A new loft has to be painted. New wood has to be painted, no matter if it is fibreboard or Canadian Cedar wood.
Plain wood can smell and give off fumes. Plain wood also easily absorbs water. Racing from a new loft, how many times does form ‘fizzle’ out?”

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Results 2009

18.4 Roye Meulebeke 239 oude (39): 1, 4, 6, 18, 23, 29, 31, 37, 38, 42, 47, 49, 51, 57, 70, 71, 75
18.4 Roye Meulebeke 252 jaarse (29): 1, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 16, 21, 25, 33, 37, 41, 43, 49, 51, 52, 54, 57, 65,67
25.4 Roye Meulebeke 273 jaarse (29): 2, 5, 9, 13, 15, 17, 29, 31, 44, 45, 48, 73, 75, 82, 88
23.5 Bourges Bourges 188 jaarse (27): 1, 2, 6, 11, 17, 19, 27, 48, 50, 52, 61
23.5 Bourges Kortrijk 210 oude (14): 2, 5, 8, 9, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 45, 66
23.5 Bourges Interwestvlaamse 2286 jaarse (27): 1, 2, 21, 68, 102, 121, 222, 486, 536, 551, 578, 680
23.5 Bourges Interwestvlaamse 2763 oude (14): 2, 15, 32, 42, 85, 124, 139, 140, 146, 186, 405, 670
23.5 Bourges Nat. zone A 5738 jaarse (27): 2, 3, 47, 134, 224, 284, 561, 1310, 1428
23.5 Bourges Nat. zone A 7394 oude (14): 4, 24, 65, 86, 201, 304, 341, 344, 370, 455, 1027, 1756
23.5 Bourges Nat. 22.499 jaarse (27): 2, 3, 56, 185, 381, 498, 1245, 3799, 4284, 4472, 4822
23.5 Bourges Nat. 27.506 oude (14): 4, 24, 80, 110, 299, 474, 536, 542, 600, 746, 2173, 4420
30.5 Brive Interwestvlaamse 2770 oude (20): 40, 79, 101, 200, 235, 265, 300, 407, 430, 535, 770, 805, 822, 861
30.5 Brive Nat. 17.456 oude (20): 62, 124, 170, 383, 445, 512, 593, 877, 946, 1248, 2092, 2233, 2291, 2483
13.6 Argenton Interwestvlaamse 3387 oude (30): 1, 2, 3, 9, 64, 135, 183, 203, 231, 232, 311, 315, 407, 621, 703, 879, 947, 1128
13.6 Argenton Interwestvlaamse 5251 jaarse (27): 1, 3, 4, 8, 77, 154, 211, 234, 272, 273, 345, 347, 453, 675, 1005, 1088, 1317
20.6 Ablis Meulebeke 359 jongen (61): 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 21, 24, 28, 29, 31, 38, 41, 42, 50, 55, 56, 57, 59, 61, 64, 65, 66, 78, 88, 92, 93, 97, 102, 109, 111, 114, 120
20.6 Ablis West-Vlaanderen 6090 jongen (61): 19, 21, 33, 35, 38, 125, 160, 198, 204, 213, 271, 293, 297, 359, 373, 376, 378, 398, 405, 439, 443, 460, 517, 605, 640, 642, 711, 778, 857
20.6 Limoges Interwestvlaamse 566 tweejaarse (14): 3, 24, 40, 43, 63, 67, 68, 79, 109, 148, 177, 181
20.6 Limoges Interprovinciale 2216 oude (15): 4, 34, 65, 123, 126, 191, 203, 205, 230, 329, 463, 553, 566
27.6 Ablis Meulebeke 463 jongen (83): 2, 4, 11, 15, 18, 23, 30, 31, 37, 38, 41, 45, 47, 48, 49, 53, 55, 56, 57, 61, 64, 69, 81, 90, 91, 104, 105, 106, 110, 114, 115, 116, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 129, 130, 131,
141, 149, 155
27.6 Ablis West-Vlaanderen 6930 jongen (83): 2, 8, 36, 56, 70, 85, 106, 120, 123, 135, 137, 149, 165, 166, 171, 179, 187, 204, 219, 221, 230, 289, 329, 380, 572, 713, 729, 888, 962, 964, 1013, 1061, 1104, 1167, 1181, 1192, 1195, 1268, 1288, 1311
04.7 Limoges Interwestvlaamse 1235 tweejaarse (22): 7, 22, 24, 31, 36, 52, 116, 125, 170, 182, 227, 329, 381
04.7 Limoges Interwestvlaamse 2170 oude (29): 13, 19, 33, 38, 46, 54, 79, 187, 200, 213, 214, 297, 319, 337, 402, 572, 666, 713
04.7 Limoges Nat. 6138 tweejaarse (22): 23, 54, 63, 75, 87, 133, 355, 395, 578, 620, 783, 1228, 1462
04.7 Limoges Nat. 11.869 oude (29): 39, 54, 87, 105, 121, 147, 215, 589, 621, 664, 668, 996, 1083, 1161, 1389, 2182, 2631, 2867
11.7 Blois Kortrijk 558 jongen (83): 2, 8, 9, 10, 19, 23, 26, 27, 39, 49, 68, 77, 78, 86, 99, 117, 123, 124, 127, 136, 144, 176, 178, 184
18.7 Ablis Meulebeke 656 jongen (69): 9, 23, 26, 27, 28, 38, 56, 58, 72, 117, 122, 138, 139, 141, 148, 153, 153, 182, 188, 196, 197, 214, 218
18.7 Blois Kortrijk 354 jongen (6): 1, 3, 25
20.7 Souillac Interwestvlaamse 1444 oude (23): 4, 7, 8, 32, 53, 89, 89, 132, 166, 178, 186, 210, 212, 339
20.7 Souillac Nat. 7597 oude (235): 58, 81, 106, 239, 380, 603, 603, 820, 963, 1028, 1075, 1191, 1200
25.7 Brionne West-Vlaanderen 11.193 jongen (71), 43, 72, 249, 252, 305, 442, 537, 550, 551, 86, 782, 832, 945, 1034, 1053, 1076, 1224, 1246, 1269, 1348, 1658, 1773, 1826, 1840, 1906, 1972, 2062, 2162,
2561, 2608, 2667, 2714, 2738, 2754, 2791, 2796, 2819, 2863
25.7 Poitiers Kortrijk 49 oude (3): 1, 4, 6
25.7 Poitiers Kortrijk 54 jaarse (13): 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14
25.7 Poitiers Interwestvlaamse 1147 jaarse (13): 28, 41, 47, 72, 80, 84, 88, 93, 157, 218, 245
25.7 Poitiers Interwestvlaamse 1318 oude (16): 36, 46, 58, 86, 111, 115, 132, 139, 143, 155, 186, 247, 336, 371
01.8 Tours Interwestvlaamse 4203 jongen (74): 55, 96, 121, 124, 130, 269, 270, 305, 309, 312, 379, 384, 388, 439, 456, 617, 648, 794, 800, 853, 909, 944, 993, 1031, 1120, 1181, 1184, 1188, 1195, 1236, 1246, 1268, 1399
01.8 Tulle Nat. 5676 oude (24): 25, 37, 51, 52, 92, 103, 107, 123, 153, 155, 217, 234, 247, 272, 443, 559, 618, 1348, 1352
08.8 Argenton Interwestvlaamse 335 oude (12): 3, 9, 38, 70, 71, 73, 79
08.8 Argenton Interwestvlaamse 526 jaarse (21): 1, 10, 36, 85, 92, 96, 114, 133, 141, 156, 176
08.8 Argenton Nat. zone A 965 oude (12): 8, 23, 125, 228, 236, 242
08.8 Argenton Nat. zone A 1440 jaarse (21): 2, 25, 99, 214, 237, 249, 302, 353
08.8 Tours Kortrijk 208 jongen (69): 3, 7, 14, 24, 25, 27, 31, 33, 43, 50, 51, 52, 54, 57, 59, 60, 62, 64, 65, 67, 70
15.8 Tours Kortrijk 214 jongen (70): 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 11, 14, 30, 36, 44, 47, 48, 50, 52, 56, 58, 59, 63, 69, 69,72
15.8 Tours Interwestvlaamse 2438 jongen (70): 19, 49, 51, 52, 68, 88, 131, 268, 306, 364, 409, 410, 426, 435, 448, 453, 502, 525, 583, 583, 628, 647, 727, 733, 737, 783, 785, 804
22.8 Tours Kortrijk 199 jonge (71): 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25, 26, 27, 30, 39, 40, 43, 44, 45, 46, 46, 50, 55, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64
22.8 Tours Interwestvlaamse 2045 jongen (71): 1, 2, 9, 19, 29, 33, 73, 104, 114, 115, 119, 120, 130, 149, 151, 154, 180, 211, 212, 236, 237, 240, 243, 243, 266, 293, 294, 341, 373, 377, 383, 402, 455, 458, 465, 490, 521, 615, 634, 641, 662
29.8 Tours Tours 273 jongen (68): 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 28, 29, 34, 35, 40, 41, 45, 47, 56, 57, 61, 62, 64, 69, 70, 81, 82, 88, 91
29.8 Tours Interwesvlaamse 2257 jongen (68): 16, 47, 49, 63, 89, 96, 134, 147, 153, 156, 175, 180, 183, 192, 195, 214, 216, 245, 255, 276, 278, 299, 305, 353, 354, 372, 375, 379, 424, 431, 511, 512, 538,552, 557, 558, 599, 625, 633, 717, 723, 742

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