Monthly Archives: November 2013

Austin, For What?

The Formula One season seems to drag on. The suspense, Sebastian Vettel was killed there a few weeks ago. To the point that one wonders what are the last two Grand Prix in Austin this weekend, then Brazil in a week. But on closer look, the Texas race has some points in its favor. The organizers of the Grand Prix ... Read More »

DP World Championship Canizares Shoot First

A picture of Alvaro Quiros, who won here in Dubai in 2011, Spain still places one of its citizens ahead of the final race. Alejandro Canizares, 30, signed a very nice 66 (-6) and ahead of a sudden the Thai and Australian Aphibarnrat Fraser. Victor Dubuisson on the momentum of his victory in Turkey is the 10th. Only four strokes ... Read More »

Ibrahimovic: “I’m Not A Diva ‘

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has long entrusted to the “Gazzetta dello Sport” on Tuesday. In great shape lately, the Swedish striker evokes particular difficulty adjusting to Paris, his star image and its future. Extracts. Its Current Form “I feel good, very good even. But I always want more. When I play the most difficult opponent for me is myself. I always want ... Read More »

Amateurs Planet: News Biker Five Continents # 18

The crisis in Spain, hope the United States and some chirping of amateur cycling through the planet makes you travel this week in New Zealand, Asia, Africa and Colombia! Ceramica Flaminia Team Swallows Food Italia The Italian Continental team Ceramica Flaminia has announced its membership in 2014. Among the 11 new riders from eight training Food Italia-MG.k.vis-Norda. At the ... Read More »

Parker Leads The Way

Successful evening for the tricolor colony, most Blues exit Monday indeed having tasted victory. With, once again, Tony Parker in the lead, the Spurs point guard who compiled 14 points 9 assists in the new success of San Antonio in Philadelphia 85-109. For a team that deserves C + or D-in this season, at least to believe his coach Gregg ... Read More »

Massa With Bottas At Williams

WIlliams announced that Felipe Massa replace Pastor Maldonado next season the side Valtteri extending for one year. “Williams is one of the teams that has been most successful in the history of F1,” said Massa. “When I was a boy, I always dreamed of running for Williams, McLaren and Ferrari for I am happy to sign with another icon of ... Read More »

Victor Dubuisson, The Makings Of A Great

By winning the Turkish Airlines Open, Victor Dubuisson changed dimension. A first victory on the European Tour and dedication to the young French 23-year-old former world amateur champion, which includes the top 10 in the Race to Dubai. Wore a great champion in the making. Victor Dubuisson where the route of a gifted boy. The resident of the Principality of ... Read More »

Lionel Messi Ballon D’Or, FIFA World Cup, The Seven Issues Raised His Injury

With a torn muscle in his left thigh which depart land six to eight weeks, Lionel Messi is replayed over the year 2013. Six months before the World Cup and both the Ballon d’Or, la Pulga raises questions. The frequency of injuries, including recurrent is too not to worry The statement formalizing the unavailability of Lionel Messi for six to ... Read More »

10 Stats To Know Before The Masters Final

Since when does a lefty not won the Masters? How many points will be earned Novak Djokovic from the U.S. Open if needed tonight? Everything is here. 0. Rafael Nadal has never won the Masters. It would be a first for him. He will play his second final in the Masters tournament, after losing the first against Roger Federer in ... Read More »

Tour in November – XV De France: And Now, A Win Is Expected

The XV of France is waiting for a victory this Saturday against Tonga, to give substance to progress glimpsed against the All Blacks. There are plenty more than that: a victory. To confirm the interview up against the All Blacks at the Stade de France Saturday. A strength to say “on track”, the image of the manager Philippe Saint- AndrĂ© ... Read More »