Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tony Parker Man In A Hurry

There a few weeks ago, I had titled “Gregg Popovich thank you” for all that the coach of the Spurs brought basketball to the American and French both because it is probably a big part of the success of Tony Parker and Team France. Today is Tony Parker, whom I thank for his redemption Asvel . I state at the ... Read More »

Football Champions League Manchester United In The Quarter File

Beat to go with Olympiakos (2-0), Manchester United managed to rally the quarters of the Champions League with three goals from Robin van Persie. A triple van Persie against Olympiakos (3-0) allowed Manchester United to remake his late Wednesday after the defeat in the first leg (2-0) and thus sends Red Devils supposedly dying in paradise quarterfinals of the Champions ... Read More »

March Madness Obama Is No Exception

The March Madness begins this week and America is working to achieve its “bracket”. Every year since 2009, President Barack Obama also made his predictions for the U.S. college basketball tournament. Which is not to everyone’s taste his constituents … Fever seizes the United States each year, in March. It is during this period that begins on university basketball tournament. ... Read More »

Kevin Magnussen As A Victory

Kevin Magnussen shined in his first F1 race on Sunday in Melbourne. A third place that fully meets the McLaren driver, and ideally launches its season. Kevin Magnussen (McLaren – 3rd): “It is not a victory but it’s a victory. The team had a difficult season and she really wanted to return to the top. Everyone worked hard for it ... Read More »

Lalla Meryem Cup And Hassan II Trophy Nocera And Giquel Bettan Head Canizares Takes Off

In the same section, Gwladys Nocera (-11) and Sophie Giquel-Bettan (-9) battle for a new French victory in Lella Meryem Cup. In men, the Hassan II Trophy seems to reach out Alejandro Canizares (-17). Denis Lebouvier In Agadir There are two French top the leaderboard of the 20th Lalla Meryem Cup on Sunday afternoon from the last lap. One, Gwladys ... Read More »

F1 Mercedes Wants To Celebrate Its 120th Anniversary In Style Competition

The Mercedes AMG stable, great favorite of the Australian Grand Prix Formula 1 Sunday for the opening of the 2014 season, did everything this winter to be able to triumphantly celebrate its 120 years of competition. The first exit victorious, a Daimler engine competition was to frame the Paris-Rouen race (126 km) of 22 July 1894, won a tie at ... Read More »

Floyd Mayweather Explains His Choice

LAS VEGAS – Floyd Mayweather took his time before choosing his opponent for the battle of May 3 and it took even more time before formally make the announcement. At least he had an excuse to explain the delay of one hour at the press conference Saturday. “I was here at the casino last night and we had fun, said ... Read More »

Miami Has Its Thorn

Brooklyn has found the formula. For the third time this season, the Nets have indeed offered the scalp of the champions, winning 95-96 over the Miami thanks to a Paul Pierce sparkling. Times are definitely tough for the defending champions. If they had taken advantage of their reunion with the American Airlines Arena to win again after touring three dates ... Read More »

White Not A Great Match

Laurent Blanc satisfied before any qualification, is also a bit chagrined match delivered Wednesday by PSG against Leverkusen (2-1 in the knockout stages of the Champions League return). Lawrence, The Early Game Is To Put It On The Lack Of Experience squad? It can. It was however well prepared. One would say that there was no need to go green, ... Read More »

Paris Nice Thomas Still Commands A Sky

Briton Geraint Thomas, later inducted at the head of Team Sky, took control of Paris-Nice at the end of the 4th stage Wednesday at Belleville removed by Dutchman Tom Jelte Slagter. Mont Brouilly, the hill 486 meters high, which overhangs the Beaujolais vineyards, issued the first verdict of the week for the general classification. It turned out favorably again to ... Read More »