Monthly Archives: September 2013

French Stage, A Rosy Future

The Parisian club confirms every game. These men Quesada led the Top 14 third of the regular season. Lowest Oyonnax continues to impress. Back on the eighth day also marked by indiscipline. The Match Stade French-Montpellier 18-11 We felt it. This is confirmed. French Stage is back at the top of the poster. Two wins away at Perpignan Oyonnax where ... Read More »

Sauber Request A Budget Ceiling

Monisha Kaltenborn , Sauber’s boss, returned to the charge by reiterating that Formula 1 should adopt a budget cap for the teams, under which they would be free to spend according to their priorities. The teams working on a still-fragile RRA , are unable to agree on the best way to limit spending in F1. Several teams are experiencing financial ... Read More »

Superman Has Dispelled All Doubts

Adonis Stevenson should really be taken seriously on the international stage. In less visited the mat during his career. Each time, he has made a very convincing way. Against Tavoris Cloud, he demonstrated that the left is not unique destructive element. It seemed like a more complete boxer. Perhaps this is due to the fact that very little had last ... Read More »

Julien Quesne: “I Do Not See Myself Winning”

INTERVIEW: Julien Quesne sign the French third win of the season and second of his career by winning the Italian Open to golfers as Nicolas Colsaerts and Francesco Molinari in particular. Supported by his family in Turin, the Sarthe, Bordeaux adoption sign his seventh Top 10 of the year and inflates the tricolor quota for the final of the Race ... Read More »

Lacoste Ladies Open De France: Chantaco Golf Land

Too long traveling from the South of France, Var land, Arras in the Pas-de-Calais with a hook in the Paris region, the National Women’s Open intends to permanently install the Basque Country. One of the most prestigious French golfing shrines. The legendary golf Chantaco, located in the municipality of Saint-Jean-de-Luz (Pyrenees-Atlantiques) with stunning views of the Rhune, one of the ... Read More »

A New Chapter.

SINGAPORE – Brazilian Felipe Massa, 32, began Friday free practice of the Singapore Grand Prix Formula 1, a new chapter in his racing career, the future ex-driver of the Scuderia Ferrari in which he devoted the last ten years of his life. Massa is short for Scuderia since 2006, when he succeeded his compatriot Rubens Barrichello as Lieutenant Michael Schumacher. ... Read More »

James Blake: “It Is Time To Stop”

One year after Andy Roddick, it was the turn of James Blake to say stop. In a highly anticipated press conference in New York, the American has confirmed what everyone feared; After fourteen years on the professional circuit, the former world No. 4 decides to put an end to his career.   New York. 11:45 am James Blake enters the ... Read More »

Stats: Falcao, Already Equal To Ibrahimovic

Falcao in the footsteps of Ibrahimovic, Kalou, the man in form in 2013, and the sad record of Valenciennes and Sochaux. We tell you everything you need to know before the 8th day of Ligue 1 in statistics. Falcao In The Rate Of Ibrahimovic. In his first season in Ligue 1, Radamel Falcao already panic meters with seven goals at ... Read More »

Statements Drivers – Qualifications

Following the qualifying session of the Singapore Grand Prix on the Marina Bay circuit, pilots discuss their performance. Sebastian Vettel again took pole position, but the nervousness of Red Bull driver was very evident during the last minute of the session while his rivals did their utmost to dislodge. In this game, Nico Rosberg moved to a tenth of success ... Read More »

Mayweather In Danger?

Undisputed star of boxing and the highest paid athlete in the world, Floyd Mayweather challenges the rising Mexican star Saul Alvarez on Saturday in a battle that smells of powder and allow the American line a little bank account. The unbeaten Floyd Mayweather (44 wins in 44 fights since his professional debut) Will it stop Saturday night at the MGM ... Read More »