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10 Highlights From The Autobiography Of Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson bares his autobiography, which appears on Monday. He traces a life between light gray and dark gray. Here are ten notable extracts. Boxer fascinating, almost scary, Mike Tyson led a life between dramas and fortunes, the latter not reaching ever completely hide the first. Like that of Andre Agassi, intimate confession Tyson devours. This is a real “page ... Read More »

First Division: Paris Final TC – TC Lille

The men’s final championship team France oppose the TC – TC Paris Lille. Without injury to both teams beaten in the semi-finals, the men’s final which will take place this Sunday in Marcq-en-Baroeul  will be the ideal poster: TC Paris with his armada of French players and TC Lille will play at home with his star players from Belgium. The ... Read More »

Nelson Mandela Chp: Brooks In Mind, The French Ambush

In a highly disturbed by weather and reduced to 54-hole tournament, the Englishman Daniel Brooks took an option on the victory. But the French and Wattel Calmels present in the Top 10, are still in the game. Difficult to establish a strict hierarchy in the Nelson Mandela Championship 2013 (but accounting for the 2014 season). Precipitation – very many – ... Read More »

Armstrong And Bassoons Hand In Hand

In the columns of L’Equipe, Lance Armstrong and Christophe Bassoons returned on a dispute that has opposed the 1999 Tour de France. Without jargon, they addressed the most sensitive issues. The case dates back to 1999. In 14 years, Lance Armstrong has had time to win seven Tour de France, becoming the record for victories in the Tour. A distinction ... Read More »

Hong Kong Open: Stuart Manley Takes The Wheel

Stuart Manley takes orders from Hong Kong Open after 54 holes to count a step ahead of Shiv Kapur and Wade Ormsby. Enough to forget the unfortunate episode of the car during the World Cup. Havret jumped the gates of the Top 20. Stuart Manley (-10) took advantage of the collapse of the South African Jbe Kruger certainly disturbed by ... Read More »

PSG-OL: This Time, Yoann Gourcuff Will Not Miss It

Accustomed to miss the impact since his arrival at Lyon, Yoann Gourcuff should hold face PSG Sunday evening at the Parc des Princes (2100). And for once, all lights are green for him. With two goals and four since the beginning of season passes, was already almost want to write that Yoann Gourcuff successful pursuit. Finally, say that it is ... 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 »

Gasquet: “Tracks With Foreign Coaches”

Guest TP Show, Richard Gasquet returned to the great season that comes from living, punctuated by participation in the Masters. The No. 1 French also mentions his search for a new coach after parting with Riccardo Piatti. Richard, You Leave A Great Season, During Which You Seem To Have Turned A Corner? It is true that I felt good to ... Read More »

D-Rose Avoids The Worst, But …

If rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament was raised, Derrick Rose ultimately suffers “only” a torn meniscus. The leader of the Bulls will still pass on the billiard table. It will undoubtedly missing many weeks, certainly several months. The Bulls ended the suspense Saturday night, just before midnight. Touched right knee in the third quarter of the match (lost) to ... Read More »

Rugby XV Of France Folds Against The Springboks

Blue tilt 10-19 against the South Africans. The balance of the season is not good: eight defeats, one draw and two wins. The XV of France turns the page with a black year with a new missed appointment, Saturday against South Africa (19-10) at the close of its fall tour, which casts a veil of doubt its future. This could ... Read More »