France 2023 is playing, the labor inspectorate is now on board

The Rugby World Cup 2023 Organizing Committee, whose chief executive Claude Atcher is suspected of being the origin of a “deep social malaise“Learned from the staff of the body, pitches just over a year before the start of the World Cup in France. In a lengthy article published last Wednesday, L’Équipe reported in great detail … Read more

when the Biarritz Olympique Association represses the women’s section guilty of supporting Aldigé

Biarritz Olympique amateur sector president David Couzinet has decided to end the women’s team. A small revenge, according to those affected. “We got a big hit behind the head. We don’t know yet what we’re going to do next year. We need to find funding, infrastructure… We’ll see how we can get back on our … Read more

a brutal and historic sport with medieval roots

NARRATIVE – The Azzurri of Santa Croce won the 2022 edition of the Calcio storico in Florence, Italy on Friday. A historic competition that takes place every year in the Tuscan capital. Focus on this age-old sport of rare violence. The 2022 edition, won on Friday by the Azzurri of Santa Croce, was marked by … Read more

Reorganization, transfer window, Jorge Sampaoli… Pablo Longoria talks about the future of OM

From the editors Posted 1 hour ago, To update 1 hour ago Pablo Longoria spoke about the future of Olympique de Marseille. JB Autissier / PANORAMA The President of Marseille spoke about the future of OM training on the club’s official website. A speech to clarify the future. With the professional group set to resume … Read more

“With all the changes that are going to happen, great things are going to happen,” promises Mbappé at PSG

The Blues and Paris-SG forward gave an interview to BFM TV this Friday from New York. Kylian Mbappé, world icon. Like this giant poster in Times Square in the heart of New York, the 23-year-old world champion is recognized worldwide beyond football. Also, the United States isn’t really a big soccer country, let’s face it… … Read more

Two years before the Olympics, French breakdance is beginning to take shape

The French breakdance team is preparing for the great Paris Olympics with the support of public and private partners. On the occasion of the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, breakdance will be part of the Olympic program for the first time in history. A worldwide recognition for this discipline, which has existed for about forty … Read more

How sport can help overcome disabilities

Paralympic champion Michaël Jéremiasz wants to raise awareness and change mentalities with We are people, a great documentary that will be broadcast on Canal+ on Sunday (9pm). Did you know that just over a century ago, people with intellectual disabilities were euthanized shortly after birth? Do you know Rosemary Kennedy, the long-hidden sister of JFK, … Read more

Muay Thai between resistance and resilience

SPORT BUSINESS OBSERVATORY – While the UFC announces that it will land at the Accor Arena in France on September 3 with a hexagonal event, the other martial arts are trying to remain visible and invincible. Souad Soulimani has been a member of the Sport Business Observatory since 2016. She is the founder of MediaSpoliS, … Read more

“Players who go to Japan with us have everything to gain,” promises Ibanez

The 42 players selected for the Tour XV of France in Japan “have everything to gain because they can position themselves for the 2023 World Cup”, the Blues manager assures in an interview with AFP. What do you expect from this first tour in Japan?Raphael Ibanez: We hope for players who are fully invested, determined … Read more

Imperial Verstappen, Gasly in trouble

The renewed victory of Max Verstappen, the rise of Charles Leclerc, but also the difficult weekend of Pierre Gasly and Sergio Perez: find the tops and the flops after the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. SHARPEN Discover See other content Verstappen increases the pressure Not everything was easy for the reigning world champion in Canada … Read more