Monthly Archives: February 2014

Super Bowl: Twelve Things To Know About Richard Sherman

Star of the defense of iron Seattle Seahawks, Richard Sherman will attempt to win the Super Bowl (0:30 on the night of Sunday to Monday) against explosive attack Denver Broncos. Discovery of a showman-provocateur in unconventional route. Do Not Look Final NFC conference in mid-January. A 22 seconds left, Richard Sherman deflects a pass to Michael Crabtree addressed. Interception. His ... Read More »

Clement Imposes Its Style

Relying solely on Richard Gasquet and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Arnaud Clement has succeeded against Australia. But the captain of France’s Davis Cup refuses to hear about operation “in Czech.” They were five in Mouilleron-le-Captive this week. If Gilles Simon, designate during the draw, knew on Thursday that he could not play the first round of the Davis Cup against Australia, Gael ... Read More »

Chavanel (IAM): “Well Prepared, And Talent, you Can Get Out Of It”

At 34, Sylvain Chavanel attacks a new cycle of his career with AMI, he joined this winter. And “old” means still lead the French squad. Maintenance. The Season Resumes On Sunday With The Grand Prix La Marseillaise. How Do You Feel? Sylvain Chavanel: I am ready to tackle the season. I followed the same program last winter and I am ... Read More »

Andrew Bynum file to Pacers

The Pacers announced Saturday the signing of Andrew Bynum for the rest of the season. If it is healthy and it shows more enthusiasm than Cleveland, the pivot All Star will be a reinforcement of choice for Indiana. Remains to be seen what this means for Ian Mahinmi. Indiana is it the favorite for the finals in the East? The ... Read More »

Top 14 – Biarritz: The Difficult Task Of Rebuilding

The secret to a successful season often lies in the ability of a club to be prepared at the earliest. The best example to date remains that of Oyonnax. In favor of a faultless in Pro D2 club Ain has to prepare early to rise in the Top 14. Conversely, how does one prepare for a possible descent Pro D2? ... Read More »

Victory Or Nothing

Poor in 2013, the Blues were ordered to beat England in the opening Six Nations on Saturday at the Stade de France (1800). They hammered all week. “There is no more excuses!” From coach Philippe Saint-Andre, master, Pascal Pape, through all the soldiers of the XV of France. All except Jules Plisson, exempt from confidences to “preserve the media pressure.” ... Read More »