Presentation – CR – reaction (cat)

French Open: Guido Migliozzi wins with magnificent 62 final, Paul Barjon 3rd

Starting from 9th place and 5 shots off the lead on Sunday morning, Guido Migliozzi nonetheless rallied from behind on lap 4, to beat Rasmus Hojgaard at the post. Even targeting as many as twelve shots from the Dane at the start of the 3rd heat, but by equaling his Albatross field record (62) on …

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Ange Capuozzo, the Stade Toulousain winger has fire in his legs

Ange Capuozzo did not miss her first stage in Ernest-Wallon. He was masterful from one end of the match to the other, recalling at times the flashes of another will-o’-the-wisp, Cheslin Kolbe, whom no one has forgotten on the Toulouse side. The Italian international brought danger every time he touched the ball. He even hit …

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Toulouse overtakes Racing 92 and takes the lead in the Top 14

The game: 37-10 Winners at home against a Racing 92 handicapped by numerous injuries (Fickou, Le Roux, Grace, Chavancy, Wade, etc.), the Toulouses proved irresistible at the end of the match in a sold-out Ernest-Wallon stadium, but they had to wait for the 23rd minute, by numerical superiority, to score his first strong try from …

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Bayonne offers Bordeaux-Bègles, Montpellier takes the offensive bonus against Pau

Bayonne – Bordeaux-Bègles: 20-15 After Racing 92 a fortnight ago (31-25), Aviron Bayonnais offered another prestigious victory against Bordeaux-Bègles (20-15) at home. After a fairly balanced first half, the match went crazy just before the break. After a high tackle, Bordeaux prop Ben Tameifuna received a yellow card. In the touch of penalty, the Bayonne …

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Annemiek van Vleuten world champion despite elbow fracture

But where will it stop? At 39 years old, Annemiek van Vleuten became the longest-serving world champion in history -both men and women- on Saturday in Wollongong (Australia), winning her second road title after 2019. She beat Lotte Kopecky (Belgium) and Silvia Persico (Italy). ) who might hit the handlebars in anger at being duped. …

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Editorial by Jérôme Cazadieu on the World Cup in Qatar: fact-finding mission

It is an (old) debate that agitates the media, crystallizes criticism of human rights defenders and tenses politicians from all sides, sometimes with populist overtones. Should we boycott an international competition when it is organized by a country that does not respect democratic norms? Since the World Cup in Argentina in 1978, played under the …

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