Tag Archives: Boycott

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 »

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 »

All For It!

Gathered Thursday at Orly during a crisis meeting, the National League (NRL) and the French clubs have finally decided to dissociate English clubs and abandon their alternative plans for a new European Cup for back into the fold of the ERC. This is what is called retreat. And the least we can say is that President Paul Goze and the ... Read More »