Monthly Archives: November 2013

Rugby XV Of France Folds Against The Springboks

Blue tilt 10-19 against the South Africans. The balance of the season is not good: eight defeats, one draw and two wins. The XV of France turns the page with a black year with a new missed appointment, Saturday against South Africa (19-10) at the close of its fall tour, which casts a veil of doubt its future. This could ... Read More »

Pacquiao On Behalf Of His

After two consecutive defeats, Manny Pacquiao back in the ring the next night in Macau against American Brandon Rios. With the desire to give back, a success, smile to his countrymen affected by Typhoon Haiyan. For Filipinos, a Manny Pacquiao fight is never an ordinary fight. But one local hero is about to deliver the next night at the Casino ... Read More »

Around The World Amateur Competitions

To play in the sun, in shirtsleeves, head for the islands of the Indian Ocean, South America, the United Arab Emirates .Locations for which also organize beautiful events open to all. How do when our paths endorse their winter suit (wet fairways, greens frozen) and it becomes impossible to play without his survival equipment? Fly to warmer places and participate ... Read More »

Who Can Stop Vettel?

With eight consecutive wins, Sebastian Vettel has a chance to finish the season on the top step of the podium in Brazil. The four-time world champion will start on pole position ahead of Nico Rosberg who seems best able to deny him victory this weekend. Before ending his career in F1, Mark Webber dream win one last time as Interlagos ... Read More »

The Blues Still In The Hearts

Despite qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, a large majority of French still has a bad opinion of the players of the team of France, according to a BVA poll published Saturday. Erase everything and start again? Not really. Qualification for the 2014 World Cup and the stunning dams against Ukraine (0-2, 3-0) may have thrilled the French (17.9 million ... Read More »

SA Championship Schwartzel Comes Into Play

Only player in the Top 50 World Ekurhuleni far this week, the 2011 Masters champion holds its own. After only two rounds played, South Africa is well ahead in the company of Italian Marco Crespi, straight out of the European maps. The French Levet and Levy cross the cut unlike Wattel, Calmels and Riu! Always placed ever winner Charl Schwartzel ... Read More »

Prisoner Of His Sport

I say right away, I’m not a fan of this extreme sport that represent mixed martial arts. Extremely violent in the extreme sense. The most brutal sport that exists. Two men immured in a cage and that strike in order to destroy is an activity that is not very edifying. I am interested in Georges St-Pierre, but certainly not to ... Read More »

Bouchard Is Much Higher

Difficult to reach a better year dream by seeing his name appear on a list that already included athletes as famous as Maria Sharapova, Kim Clijsters, Venus and Serena Williams, Martina Hingis and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario. Voia final score which crowned the beauty Eugenie Bouchard season, sacred revelation on the 2013 WTA Tour. Quebecer, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary ... Read More »

Massa Refuses To “Prostitute”

Felipe Massa told UOL Esporte he did not accept that drivers pay a team to run with it, even to compare them with prostitutes. Pay for the bucket of a car is now commonplace in Formula 1. Talent and successful pilot no longer sufficient to integrate a team in the premier class. In times of crisis, they are also likely ... Read More »

They Discovered Rugby At University

While the vast majority of Abitibians do not what to do with a rugby ball in his hands, this is not the case of Amos and Sebastien Mathieu Denis Grondin, who practice this sport in recent years at the university level. The first, aged 22, has been evolving for two seasons with the Carabins University of Montreal, while the second ... Read More »