Tag Archives: Paris

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 »

Pressure On PSG Before Facing Evian Thonon

The victories of Lille Marseille (1-0) and Monaco to Nice (3-0) Tuesday night at the opening of the 16th day of L1, keep the PSG under pressure. The capital club is indeed a small point ahead of northerners and 2 of the Monegasque before facing Evian-TG tonight. Certainly, Lille and Monaco are better than resist, and in no way want ... Read More »

A Against The Clock To Start

PARIS – Tour de France 2015 will start with a race against the clock with a length of 13.7 km in the Dutch city of Utrecht. “After two editions (Corsica in 2013, Yorkshire in 2014) who have started with a line stage, we return to the tradition against the clock”, said Tour director Christian Prudhomme, during a presentation conference held ... Read More »

Gaelle Amand World Champion Boxing? Response Saturday Night In Cergy

Saturday, November 30, Axis Maggiore host a world championship boxing. A fight 100% female who oppose the Cergyssoise Gaelle Amand the Bosnian Irma Adler-Balijagic. It is a time that less than twenty years can not know. It was in February 1989. This year, Rene Jacquot, fresh world champion WBC super welterweight, lost his belt against John Mugabi in the lair ... Read More »

Nanterre Touches The Sky

After an intense and undecided until the end game, Nanterre dominated Partizan Belgrade (62-61) on Thursday night at the Halle Carpentier, at the 7th day of the Euroleague. This success allows the JSF take a serious option in the race to Top 16. What Nanterre is crazy. There is no other word. Champion of France to the surprise of last ... Read More »

The Blues Still In The Hearts

Despite qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, a large majority of French still has a bad opinion of the players of the team of France, according to a BVA poll published Saturday. Erase everything and start again? Not really. Qualification for the 2014 World Cup and the stunning dams against Ukraine (0-2, 3-0) may have thrilled the French (17.9 million ... Read More »

Henrik Stenson: The Rebirth Of A Champion

The Swede had a breakout season in late to become at age 37 the best golfer in the world for six months. Yet it was not a foregone conclusion. Story of a return to the forefront. It was therefore necessary to stop Henrik Stenson Topper Ian Poulter and Victor Dubuisson this weekend in Dubai. Nobody resists indeed the world number ... Read More »

Ibrahimovic: “I’m Not A Diva ‘

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has long entrusted to the “Gazzetta dello Sport” on Tuesday. In great shape lately, the Swedish striker evokes particular difficulty adjusting to Paris, his star image and its future. Extracts. Its Current Form “I feel good, very good even. But I always want more. When I play the most difficult opponent for me is myself. I always want ... Read More »

Europcar – Bernaudeau: “I wish Voeckler has more chance”

Shortly before the end of the year, Bernaudeau takes stock of the 2013 season Team Europcar. The manager of the Vendee training particularly welcomes the good performance of the younger generation throughout the season and the relevance of their training through the Vendee U. Team Europcar Has Made ​​A Remarkable Start To The Season, With Victories Bryan Coquard Or That ... Read More »

Monaco Are Coming More

Opening the 13th day of Ligue 1, Monaco was held in check by Evian TG (1-1). The third game without a win for the club in the Principality that has stalled. Monaco Evian TG 1-1 Monaco: Falcao (27th) Evian TG: Wass (20th) The international break is timely for AS Monaco clearly stalled. Beat last week in Reims in the League ... Read More »