Monthly Archives: January 2014

Rugby: Laporte Reiterates Its Violent Remarks About Cardona

Bernard Laporte, the manager of Toulon, has reiterated his strong remarks about the referee Laurent Cardona, who had angered after the defeat to Grenoble. Toulon manager Bernard Laporte, author of about violent referee Laurent Cardona on Thursday reiterated Saturday, January 11 by calling again the official “pipe” and “incompetent.” Asked on the sidelines of the victory of RCT face Cardiff ... Read More »

The Route Of The 2014 Vuelta unveiled

Vuelta organizers unveiled the route of the 69th edition of the Tour of Spain, which will take place from 23 August to 14 September 2014. Jerez de la Fontrera host the Grand Depart while arrival, traditionally organized in Madrid, will be this year in St. Jacques de Compostela. Tour of Spain in 2014, whose nervous and hilly course was unveiled ... Read More »

Seahawks Earned Playoff 23-15

Seahawks:Marshawn Lynch, once again, had the upper hand over the Saints in New Orleans in the playoffs. The latter has amassed 140 rushing yards and two touchdowns, Steven Hauschka made three investments in difficult weather conditions and Seahawks defensive muzzled Draw Brees and the Saints in New Orleans to allow Seattle to win 23 -15 Saturday. The Seahawks will play ... Read More »

Maddux, Glavine and Frank Thomas Pantheon

NEW YORK, USA – Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas were elected to the Hall of Fame baseball while Craig Biggio has missed induction by only two votes and the fallen stars of the era of steroids yet lost ground. Maddux was the choice of 555 571 members of the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) who have expressed ... Read More »

Good Resolutions On The Green

What can we wish the French course for 2014? Excellent health, victories, moments of warmth and emotion .Ten good ideas for a euphoric year. More than a sport or a hobby, golf is a way of life. For those who taste this passion, pleasure comes beyond scribbled on the score card or canes brand new bag . Because, like you, ... Read More »

CAF Awards: Yaya Toure Named Golden Ball For The Third Consecutive Time

Yaya Toure won for the third time in a row, the African Golden Ball at the awards ceremony of the CAF Awards, yesterday Thursday, January 9, 2014 in Lagos (Nigeria). The Ivorian international and Manchester City match the performance of Abedi Pele and Samuel Eto’o son. Posthumously, the FCA Bruno Metsu high rank of legend. And three! The Ivorian international ... Read More »

Thomas Hitzlsperger “Wants To Advance The Issue Of Homosexuality In Sport”

The former international is the first famous German footballer to his coming out. Retired a few months, the former international Thomas Hitzlsperger, 31, broke a taboo in Germany, becoming the first footballer renowned reveal his homosexuality in an interview published Thursday in the journal Die Zeit. “I declare my homosexuality, because I want to move the issue of homosexuality in ... Read More »

Thierry Foucher Cycling And Track In The Skin

Thierry Foucher, President of CS Mainvilliers created cycling school. Since then, many cyclists were trained. Among them, Melissandre Pain. Thierry Foucher is not very proud. Melissandre Bread, cyclist CS Mainvilliers the president and coach formed, became world junior champion in keirin. It was in August last year. And that’s not all: the pistarde Got Money 500 m and bronze in ... Read More »

Rod Laver : Historic exchanges between Roger Federer and Rod Laver

To warm up before an exhibition match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Melbourne, Roger Federer exchanged a few balls with Rod Laver. Federer then realized one of his dreams. Roger Federer has achieved one of his dreams last Wednesday night in Melbourne exchanging bullets with Rod Laver, the last player to have achieved the Grand Slam. The legendary Australian champion, now ... Read More »

Slight Improvement’ For Schumacher, According To A Close

According to a close, the health of Michael Schumacher is “slight improvement”. But his prognosis remains engaged. The health of Michael Schumacher is “slight improvement”, announced Monday a close seven times world champion of Formula 1, in a coma for eight days after a skiing accident in France, while a point on the investigation should be done on Wednesday. According ... Read More »