Tayeb B. denounces the “implicit support” of France in the affair around Nasser al-Khelaïfi

Tayeb B. speaks, two days after the publication of a newspaper investigation Release which reported his arrest in Doha in early 2020 because he allegedly had compromising information for Nasser al-Khelaïfi, the president of PSG. The Franco-Algerian businessman denounces “the implicit support of the French authorities for the acts of torture, arbitrary detention and expropriation … Read more

The France Espoirs team snatch a draw against Belgium in a friendly

Les Bleuets have resources. Led twice by a Belgian team in good shape, the France U23 team managed to get a draw on Monday in Valenciennes in a friendly (2-2). In a rather balanced first period, the French put themselves in difficulty by technical or positioning errors. After having alerted Yahia Fofana (33rd) for the … Read more

The France team falls heavily against Canada in the World Cup

Was it a stroke of fatigue following the formidable victory the day before over the Australians (70-57)? Because the French women, less than 24 hours after their feat, were incredibly clumsy against the Canadians who were supposed to be weaker than the Australians. Especially in the first half. Les Bleues, legs and heavy arms, have … Read more

Three French in the 6 of the Open de France, Rasmus Hojgaard remains leader

This time Rasmus Hojgaard was not the only one flying on the Albatross. In the same game as the Dane, Antoine Rozner let himself be carried away by the support of the public, excited to find side by side the leader of the French Open and the best tricolor of the day. The Parisian felt … Read more

Rasmus Hojgaard first leader of the French Open, Paul Barjon 3rd

He discovers the European Tour, he discovers the Open de France, and yet Paul Barjon realizes the tricolor performance of the day. With “shots that go like on console”, the New Caledonian returned a card of 65 (-6) to finish the first round in 3rd place. The 30-year-old player notably chained four birdies (from 12 … Read more

Paul Barjon, provisionally leading the French Open: “The shots go as I want”

Paul Barjon (65, -6), leader after his first lap one step ahead of Jamie Donaldson and James Morrison: “A good start, a great shot, a bit like in my reconnaissance game on Wednesday. The shots go as I want, a bit like on console. The tournament is long, one day is fine, but you have … Read more

The Bad Trip Crew wins the first French Team Breaking Cup

Inexorably, breaking continues to organize itself and become more professional in the French sporting landscape. After the opening of a France pole at Insep in early September, the first French Cup of breaking in “crew vs crew” was held on Sunday in the heart of the Forum des Halles, in Paris. The Bad Trip Crew … Read more

Les Bleues dominate Canada and qualify for the final of the Tournoi de France

“We are in the final, we are in the final…” The Cercle des Bleues was spinning in happiness on Saturday in Metz, after a clear victory over Canada (3-0: 25-22, 25-15, 25-23) which offered them a ticket to the final of the Tournoi de France on Sunday. (7 p.m.) at the same place facing Japan. … Read more

France team dominated by Great Britain in WBC qualifiers

The France team missed its entry into the playoffs of the World Baseball Classic (WBC), an international competition played by MLB pros. Friday in Regensburg (Germany), which hosts one of the qualifying tournaments, the Blues were clearly beaten by Great Britain (14-4). After five rounds, the French, trained by Bruce Bochy, the former coach of … Read more

The France team crushes Poland and qualifies for the Euro final

A demonstration, a correction. Far, very far from its laborious qualifications in the eighth and quarters against Turkey and Italy, the French team left no chance to Poland (95-54), Friday in Berlin in half of the Euro and brilliantly qualified for the final. She will face Germany or Spain on Sunday, who will cross swords … Read more