Monthly Archives: December 2013

Arnaud Demare : “I Want To Throw Myself Into The Battle Of The Tour De France”

For its third season, Arnaud Demare is the classic and the Tour de France to assert one of the best sprinters in the world-road. What Is The Preparation For The Next Season? Arnaud Demare: I resumed in mid-November with small workloads. I rode quietly in intensity from 12 to 16 hours of sport per week trying to vary the exercises. ... Read More »

First Division: Paris Final TC – TC Lille

The men’s final championship team France oppose the TC – TC Paris Lille. Without injury to both teams beaten in the semi-finals, the men’s final which will take place this Sunday in Marcq-en-Baroeul  will be the ideal poster: TC Paris with his armada of French players and TC Lille will play at home with his star players from Belgium. The ... Read More »

Nelson Mandela Chp: Brooks In Mind, The French Ambush

In a highly disturbed by weather and reduced to 54-hole tournament, the Englishman Daniel Brooks took an option on the victory. But the French and Wattel Calmels present in the Top 10, are still in the game. Difficult to establish a strict hierarchy in the Nelson Mandela Championship 2013 (but accounting for the 2014 season). Precipitation – very many – ... Read More »

After Bayern-Man City (2-3): The Citizens Are Required To Munich And Ramping Up In Europe

Winner of Bayern Munich (2-3) at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday night, Manchester City , yet led 2-0 after eleven minutes, signed his most resounding success in the Champions League since the fall of 2011. Second in the group, the Manchester club, which takes advantage of the fact Pellegrini will be an opponent to avoid for seeded in the draw ... Read More »

Castres Olympic: Recipes For Survival

Rugby. European cup. Friday (21.00) in Swansea for the return match against the Ospreys. Still hope for the continental competition, Tarn must win in Wales and if possible with the offensive bonus. How? Just before going to face the Ospreys on their lawn Liberty Stadium in Swansea and after a sluggish victory against the same team Pierre-Antoine (15-9, five penalties ... Read More »

The Canadian Mission

Canadian tennis players play the “Snowbirds” in the next two weeks while training in the warmer climes of Florida. This approach, implemented by Tennis Canada for several years, mainly aims to prepare the elite designers of the new season will begin next month on the other side of the world. Eight of the nine best players in the country have ... Read More »

Day 3 Heineken Cup

The highlights of the third round of the Heineken Cup. Here they come on congratulations to Connacht, performance Bastareaud flop Racing or mood of Thomond Park. Toulouse -Connacht: 14-16 Nicolas ZANARDI. Of course, we mostly learned from this confrontation defeat could not be more surprising Toulouse. Of course, with its 85% of home victory in the Heineken Cup and the ... Read More »

Peace After Fists

This is a great child smiling angel, a young man with hard body and dry cordial in behavior, talkative and jovial in tone. But a big kid with a jaw of steel. Michel Etoundi is a Cameroonian boxer 20 years ago, a seed of arrival in the periphery violent and difficult champion Rio de Janeiro at the option of wandering, ... Read More »

Indiana Strikes A Blow

Led by a great Paul George, the Pacers have won a prestigious victory on the floor of one of their pet peeves, San Antonio (100-111). Portland lost at the buzzer against Dallas (106-108). Miami won. Brooklyn also. Not the Clippers or the Bulls. Summary Of The Night: The Pacers remained 11 defeats to Spurs and they lost in their last ... Read More »

Armstrong And Bassoons Hand In Hand

In the columns of L’Equipe, Lance Armstrong and Christophe Bassoons returned on a dispute that has opposed the 1999 Tour de France. Without jargon, they addressed the most sensitive issues. The case dates back to 1999. In 14 years, Lance Armstrong has had time to win seven Tour de France, becoming the record for victories in the Tour. A distinction ... Read More »