Tag Archives: Paris

Trust And Mistrust Among Blacks

As they prepare to meet the XV de France in Saint-Denis Saturday, the All Blacks tackle this appointment with the confidence gained in their last outings. But be wary of the Blues. A beautiful opponent. Traveling in Europe for their fall tour, the All Blacks begin their tour of the Old Continent by France on Saturday in Saint-Denis. Before challenging ... Read More »

Cycling / Doping:Rasmussen Injected Synthetic Blood For Dogs

For a few days, alongside the publication of his biography “Yellow Fever” (“Yellow Fever”), the revelations are linked. The latest: the Dane Michael Rasmussen, ephemeral and sulfur yellow jersey in the Tour de France in 2007, admitted injecting blood for dogs during his career. How far was he willing to go to win? Ejected as a messy Tour de France ... Read More »

Tsonga Made ​​A Cross On The Bercy Masters

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was eliminated entrance Bercy, beating by Kei Nishikori 1-6, 7-6 (7/4), 7-6 (8/6) after having two match points. Happened in his own words “without certainty” to Paris, he illusion for a set. Japanese Kei Nishikori took a big drop in speed to hang and win. Manceau committed 57 unforced errors in the match. And maybe he will leave ... Read More »

League Cup – Nantes, Lorient, Thinking First Championship

Nantes and Lorient are found Tuesday 16C-finals of the League Cup. But both clubs are focused on the championship and retention L1. Nantes and Lorient have started opposing Championship, convincing to the Canaries and bumpy in Hake. But it was first thinking to maintain L1 they address both their clash in the 16th finals of the League Cup Tuesday (8:55 ... Read More »

Rafael Nadal Guy Forget Hopes Participation Of Rafael Nadal In Masters 1000 Paris Bercy

And if this year was the right one? Guy Forget thinks half-words: yes, Rafael Nadal is likely to settle down in Bercy next week. Same for Novak Djokovic who always runs after the first in the world. Rafael Nadal is the Arlesienne Bercy Rafael Nadal is the Arlesienne Bercy. Each year, everyone talks about it, but in the end, nobody ... Read More »

PSG Wants To Prolong The Pleasure

Skeptics are becoming increasingly rare. And Paris Saint-Germain Laurent Blanc, who took control of Ligue 1 this weekend, can already make a big step towards the knockout stages of the Champions League with victory against Anderlecht in Brussels. November is the tip of his nose. And no sign of an incipient crisis on the horizon Paris Saint Germain.One wonders about ... Read More »

Please Draw Me A Tour De France

“There are very specific rules, many compulsory figures: 21 stages, 3,500 miles total distance,” said the boss of the Tour. All part of the great start to build a Tower of France, says its director Christian Prudhomme, the controls since 2006 the biggest race in the world, including the 2014 edition was unveiled Wednesday in Paris. The way of drawing ... Read More »

Federer Believes In Its Future

TENNIS – The Swiss, who this week the tournament in Basel, dismisses any idea of retirement. He won a place in the ATP rankings released Monday. But on the sixth row of this new delivery, Roger Federer is still sailing in waters that has not been known for over ten years. Monday, Switzerland, aged 32, has been on the air ... Read More »

Jo Wilfried Tsonga Make A Stop In The Race For The Masters In London

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga came to Vienna to reassure and earn ATP points. Missed. his loss to Robin Haase , 63rd World, does not bode well for the end of the season. Masters of London starts in three weeks, and it seems the end of the world for Tsonga. An Eldorado moving away. Currently ranked ninth in Race, Manceau had made the ... Read More »

Nanterre Was Not Even Scared!

If we could fear that a team of Nanterre timid for his Euroleague debut, facing one of the very best teams in Europe, it is quite the opposite happened. The JSF has literally assaulted CSKA Moscow in the early game on Thursday night and very nearly signed a resounding achievement! “Nanterre has not won the championship of France by chance.” ... Read More »