Monthly Archives: March 2014

Cycling Francois Pervis Everything Is Played In The Head

The French achieved a unique treble by winning all individual sprint titles at the World (keirin, kilometer speed). A first. New sacred “king” of speed, Francois Pervis entered Sunday Cali in the history of World track by passing an unprecedented tripled win three individual titles in the sprint. Especially since the French cyclist concluded its World Track Cycling a gold ... Read More »

Dimitrov Is Ripe

Cataloged great hope for some time, Grigor Dimitrov, who won Sunday at Acapulco, shows since the beginning of the year that is now turned a corner. As a sign of destiny, Grigor Dimitrov, aka “Baby Federer”, won the tournament in Acapulco on Sunday, after the sixth coronation of Switzerland in Dubai. Often compared to former World No. 1 for his ... Read More »

Cricket An Alternative For Indo Pakistan Peace

In France, we have football. In New Zealand, they have rugby. In Ireland, Gaelic football. India and Pakistan have them cricket, carrying millions of fans every year stages. Light on this little-known sport in our two lovers. Sport unknown in France with only a few thousand licensees, cricket is yet the most popular sport in the world with nearly 1, ... Read More »

Boxing Jean Marc Mormeck Last Round For Everyone

The French fighter is preparing to play his tenth world championship. Then boxing in France will not be an orphan. She is dead. Almost. The sporting history of a country is often a question of astronomy. A matter of comets that follow and come illuminate the dark sky discipline and boosting sales of telescopes. U.S. basketball had Jerry West (1960-1970), ... Read More »

Honda Classic McIlroy Still Going Strong

Rory McIlroy down pace gradually, but the Northern Irishman spent his third day at the head of Honda Classic. Russell Henley tip two shots, just before Russell Knox. Tiger Woods returns to the Top 20 with its best day of the year. Securely installed in the Honda Classic with head card 63 in the tournament opener, Rory McIlroy still tops ... Read More »

Parker In The Starting Blocks

Absent during the last six matches of San Antonio, Tony Parker, put forced by Gregg Popovich rest is better. He could return the next night against Dallas. One thing is certain: the health of French leader is a key to the end of season Spurs. Tony Parker goes. Thank you for it. Put to rest because of “various physical problems” ... Read More »

Vettel Finally Sees The Light

If he was still far better times, Sebastian Vettel could lap after lap in the final session of the winter testing season at the wheel of a Red Bull finally reliable. Failing to be efficient, Sebastian Vettel at least reassured his team on the reliability of his Red Bull. Sunday at the Sakhir circuit, the quadruple world champion certainly did ... Read More »

Spain Real Survives Atletico Near Barca

Real Madrid, Atletico jostled by, saved little in first place of the Spanish Championship on equalization Cristiano Ronaldo (2-2) on Sunday for the 26th day, a void that allows the FC Barcelona, ​​winner of Almeria (4-1) return to a point. The “White House” is undefeated in 2014. But in an intense and breathless derby, the “Atleti” has long been threatened ... Read More »

Asia Cup 2014 mysterious Afridi Finds His Batting Powers as Pakistan border India in Thriller

Shahid Afridi, and the player himself will possibly admit it, is not really known anymore as a batsman. He is more of a bowler, an efficient one, who can exert the willow to superior use every now and then. yet, that mysterious powers with the bat still exist somewhere within the expert, and unluckily for India, Afridi (34, 18b, 2×4, ... Read More »

Hot Shot At Renault

Fire broke out on the cars of Renault engines stables Lotus F1 Caterham Friday in Bahrain. Red Bull, things are slowly improving, but the situation remains worrying. At 48 hours of the close of winter testing, the situation of teams powered by hybrid turbo V6 Renault is grim. Day Friday on the Sakhir circuit has again been marked by new ... Read More »