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Pigeon racing at the 1900 Summer Olympics

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Pigeon racing at the 1900 Summer Olympics

Pigeon racing was an unofficial sport in the 1900 Olympic Games in Paris.

It is known that there were seven events contested in the 1900 Olympic Games schedule. No results have yet been discovered for one of the most unlikely of all Olympic sports.

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  • GB Athletics - Olympic Games Medallists - Other Sports - Demonstration & Unofficial Sports
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