The Olympic category H is dedicated exclusively to mature pigeons and is achieved by ranking six races over 300 km. It is also mandatory that the cumulative distance of the six centralized races exceed a total of 1,800 km.
After the 2023 season, the Romanian pigeon fanciers who occupy the first three national places in this category are Nicolae Procop, Maria Enache and Marian Iancu.
Not only the youngsters, but also the yearlings benefit from a special Olympic category. This is the G category and is achieved by ranking 5 stages over 100 km. From Romania, at this year's Pigeon Olympiad, 2024, the pigeons of Faur Doru Gabriel, Coman Raul and Enache Iosif participated in the G category.
Faur Doru Gabriel owns one of the best racing pigeons in Romania in
The Olympic category dedicated to youngsters competitions is the F category. Although the young competitors only have a few months to live, the requirements for this category are very high. The norm is achieved by ranking three stages of over 100 km, but the difficulty does not necessarily result from the number of competitions required, but especially from the competition at the national level. Thus,
Category E is the Olympic category dedicated to long-distance competition enthusiasts. For this category, the pigeons must place four races with a distance of more than 700 km, during two consecutive seasons.
In the 2023 season, the three places on the national Olympic podium of the E-Marathon category are occupied, perhaps not surprisingly, by three pigeon fanciers from the province of Moldova. Even though for two