Monthly Archives: December 2013

Cornet: “More Thoughtful”

Alize Cornet finished the season in 27th place in the world and # 1 in French activity. The French live now says his career is more thoughtful and aware of the intensity required on the circuit to go even higher. “Alize Cornet, How Did This Course With A Part Of The Team Of France Fed Cup Boulouris? There really has ... Read More »

Portland Bomb Torso

Having already dominated San Antonio earlier this season, Portland has offered Indiana, leading the league last night (106-102). The Blazers remain and head to the West in the company of an amazing Spurs Tim Duncan. The Summary Of The Night: The shock has kept all its promises at the Rose Garden. Portland, leading the Western Conference, hosted Indiana, first to ... Read More »

Dunhill Championship: Double Schwartzel Setting Before Wattel

Charl Schwartzel defends his title at the Alfred Dunhill Championship by winning four strokes ahead of Richard Finch. Romain Wattel snatched the podium in extremis. Charl Schwartzel is at home on the golf Leopard Creek! Already victorious last season with a landslide victory and a score of -24, the South African did it again this year with an easy victory ... Read More »

PSG-OL: This Time, Yoann Gourcuff Will Not Miss It

Accustomed to miss the impact since his arrival at Lyon, Yoann Gourcuff should hold face PSG Sunday evening at the Parc des Princes (2100). And for once, all lights are green for him. With two goals and four since the beginning of season passes, was already almost want to write that Yoann Gourcuff successful pursuit. Finally, say that it is ... Read More »

All For It!

Gathered Thursday at Orly during a crisis meeting, the National League (NRL) and the French clubs have finally decided to dissociate English clubs and abandon their alternative plans for a new European Cup for back into the fold of the ERC. This is what is called retreat. And the least we can say is that President Paul Goze and the ... Read More »

A Against The Clock To Start

PARIS – Tour de France 2015 will start with a race against the clock with a length of 13.7 km in the Dutch city of Utrecht. “After two editions (Corsica in 2013, Yorkshire in 2014) who have started with a line stage, we return to the tradition against the clock”, said Tour director Christian Prudhomme, during a presentation conference held ... Read More »