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Campaign Think Wise The Cricket Stars Reflect On HIV

Cricketers around the world show once again their support for young people living with HIV in the Global Think Wise partnership on HIV. Throughout the 2014 World Twenty-20 tournament (WT20) of the ICC (International Cricket Council) held in Bangladesh until April 6, the big names of cricket from different international teams participated in training sessions and field visits. They met ... Read More »

Todt Quiet Game Engine

The FIA ​​president wants to give time for reflection to initiate change. In Bahrain, however, he called to order Sebastian Vettel after his media outlet in Malaysia. For the first time this season, Jean Todt attended last weekend at a Grand Prix Formula 1. The President of the FIA ​​(International Automobile Federation), could not escape questions from journalists on the ... Read More »

A Fear That Gives Nothing In Question

Battered by Germany but still qualified for the semi-finals of the Davis Cup team France wants to keep that positive. The disaster has not gone away to Nancy. Archie favorites against a German team decimated, deprived of all his best players because of injuries or conflicts with Captain Carsten Arriens, men Arnaud Clement had to wait until the fifth and ... Read More »

Dortmund Reasons For Hope

Borussia Dortmund has three goals up to hope to qualify at the expense of Real Madrid. The chances are slim but the return of Robert Lewandowski is a reason to believe. Defeated 3-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu, Borussia Dortmund has very little chance of qualifying for the semi-finals of the Champions League. Back such a gap seems impossible not to ... Read More »

Oyonnax Bordeaux Victory Or Nothing

Ambitions are opposed: Players Haut-Bugey struggling to maintain the Girondins aim them a place in the finals. The outcome of this game in the 19th day will be crucial. “Oyo” Can Get Out Of The Red Zone The Oyonnax victory in the derby against Grenoble (40-13) combined to defeat Bayonne Montpelier (43-27) redistributed the cards below the table. “The goal ... Read More »

Oklahoma City San Antonio Stops

After 19 wins in a row, San Antonio fell on the floor of Okalhoma City, where Kevin Durant continues to shine. The Clippers have also bitten the dust. The Summary Of The Night: Unbeaten in 19 matches, “very impressive” in the words of their opponents, Stephen Curry being the latest, the Spurs have had a setback last night. Opposite its ... Read More »

Hamilton As The Parade

Lewis Hamilton has again dominated discussions in Bahrain during a second free practice session played at night. Briton Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), already best time of the 1st meeting, set the fastest time in the second free practice of the Bahrain Grand Prix Formula 1 Friday on the Sakhir circuit near Manama meeting. In 1’34” 325, Hamilton, winner last Sunday at ... Read More »

Benneteau The Big Quack

Responsible for putting the team of France Davis Cup on track, Julien Benneteau failed due to the modest Tobias Kamke. The weekend of the Blues looks more difficult than expected. France where the hosts Germany in the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup. Archi-Mannschaft favorites against a decimated and in crisis , the Blues are 1-0 following the surprise defeat Julien ... Read More »

Niort On The Podium Creteil Breathe

By winning at home to Dijon (2-0), Niort advantage of reverse Angers against Arles-Avignon (3-0) to get on the podium. Creteil, wide winner of Laval (4-0) to give the air. A new turn. If every day of Ligue 2 will now bring together teams of their own destiny, the 31st season of the act allowed Niort, relatively quiet winner of ... Read More »

Bahrain GP Target Events

The formation of the powerful Shiite opposition in Bahrain, Al-Wefaq, has called for demonstrations Friday near Manama at the Grand Prix Formula 1 as more radical group called on his supporters to march in the capital. Bahrain, a small Gulf countries led by the Sunni Al-Khalifa dynasty, is shaken in February 2011 by a protest movement led by the Shiite ... Read More »