Monthly Archives: October 2013

World Cup To 40 Teams, But For What?

FOOTBALL – To compete in the World Cup to 40 teams and only 32, this is the funny idea put forward by Michel Platini, President of UEFA. But for what purpose? Politics, Michel Platini knows. After the end of his illustrious career playmaker then the more brief, coach of the Blues, the native will Joeuf is indeed directly tried, first ... Read More »

London Begins With Paris For Gasquet

Virtually qualified for the Masters, the Beziers must still validate his ticket this week in Bercy. The Masters 1000 Paris-Bercy begins Monday at IBDP. The tray will be gorgeous since, except for Andy Murray – made back in late September – all the best in the world will be present. And because the challenges are many at the end of ... Read More »

Ligety To Pinturault And French Strength In Solden

The American Ted Ligety won the opening giant slalom World Cup in Solden to the French Alexis Pinturault and Austrian Marcel Hirscher. The French have also managed a good shot grouped with Steve Missilier (4th), but also a little further Fana (7th), Richard (8th) and Faivre (9th). Best time of the first round with 90/100 on Pinturault, Ligety had an ... Read More »

Vettel A Gem And Four Crowns

Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault) has made it a point of honor to win his fourth consecutive world title with a win at Indian GP. He joined Alain Prost winners of the F1. The German pilot flew over the debates and won the race ahead of Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) and Sebastien Grosjean (Lotus). The French was another sensation of the day ... Read More »

Euroleague The GIS Progress But Still Too Short

Strasbourg recorded a second defeat in a row in the Euroleague against Efes Istanbul (66-76) but showed promising signs. Strasbourg Friday suffered a second consecutive defeat in Euroleague, facing Efes Istanbul (66-76), but showed a conqueror face and carries hopes in his first match. Badly parties in the meeting, the Alsatians have never dropped the piece against a Turkish team ... Read More »

Hopkins Still Defies Time

Champion of the oldest in the history of the boxing world, Bernard Hopkins puts his title Saturday in Atlantic City in 48 years. It can be even world champion boxing approaching fifty. There are two years, Bernard Hopkins was back in the record books by becoming the oldest holder of a global belt (WBC heavyweight). At 46, “The Executioner” deboulonnait ... Read More »

BoxIng killing

Saturday evening had yet been exceptional in the world of combat sports. Both side of boxing as mixed martial arts, fans were treated to duels will be among the best in the various journals of the year. Ruslan Provodnikov has clinched the title super lightweight weight WBO beating Mike Alvarado home in Colorado, while Cain Velasquez confirmed his status among ... Read More »

klitschko Heavyweight Policy

Vitali Klitschko, boxing world champion and one of the most popular Ukrainian opposition, announced Thursday he would run for the presidential election in March 2015 against the current head of state Viktor Yanukovych. “To put an end to rumors and attempts to prevent me from being a candidate, I said: I am a presidential candidate,” he told Vitali Klitschko, 42, ... Read More »

Jean Baptiste Gonnet I Did A Lot Of Nonsense

INTERVIEW – From 2 to 5 November in Malaga (Spain), Jean-Baptiste Gonnet, 31, has a rendezvous with destiny. Unable to finish in the top 110 of the Race, the Cannes is now condemned to go through the cards. PQ2 first, then PQ3 if all goes well, expect to play again on the European Tour in 2014. Easier said than done! ... Read More »

Rafael Nadal Guy Forget Hopes Participation Of Rafael Nadal In Masters 1000 Paris Bercy

And if this year was the right one? Guy Forget thinks half-words: yes, Rafael Nadal is likely to settle down in Bercy next week. Same for Novak Djokovic who always runs after the first in the world. Rafael Nadal is the Arlesienne Bercy Rafael Nadal is the Arlesienne Bercy. Each year, everyone talks about it, but in the end, nobody ... Read More »