“The Rugby Africa Cup in France, a winning bet”

Published on : 14.07.2022 – 13:31 Rugby Africa Managing Director Azzouz Aïb gives a positive assessment of the continental tournament that took place in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille from July 1st to 10th. There he saw the development of African rugby and advocated the organization of more competitions. RFI: This tournament brought together eight African teams … Read more

Artificial intelligence at the service of offside detection

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] How can the relevance of artificial intelligence be defined? Artificial intelligence (AI), which is increasingly present in our world, enables machines to imitate a form of real intelligence. But how do you define it? Despite the generalization of VAR (video assistance), offside remains the main point of contention … Read more

For Kevin Gourdon at the Stade Rochelais

his departure. Unlike so many before him, Kevin Gourdon didn’t have the pleasure of choosing them. He had to settle for a farewell on a chilly and damp December evening before meeting his friends and former La Rochelle team-mates against Lyon. “I remember that the weather was so nice that evening that we got buckets … Read more

Top 14 Reasons to Worship Stand Up Paddleboarding, This Misunderstood Sport

The world’s population is divided into two categories: people who practice right-wing sports and people who practice stand-up paddling. Paddleboarding is an underrated sport that deserves some love and water. So these are the main reasons why paddleboarding is THE sport to join at the start of the school year to have a body that … Read more

Ousmane Mané, a Senegalese at the wheel of the XV of Algeria

Published on : 07/02/2022 – 03:25 Rugby Africa Cup 2022 continues on Saturday July 2nd, notably with the quarter-final between Senegal and Algeria in Aix-en-Provence. A somewhat special game for Ousmané Mané, former Senegalese international and now the opposing team’s coach. The history between him and Algerian rugby goes back several years. He entrusts it … Read more

the covid, a shadow that hovers again

A little massacre of favorites at Wimbledon, a few cancellations before the start of the Tour de France… If the upsurge in Covid cases hasn’t completely turned sporting competitions upside down, it again poses a threat that seemed to have been dismissed. The Wimbledon episode, in which two ex-finalists of the tournament had to retire … Read more

for Africa, the path to the 2023 World Cup leads through Provence

Published on : 07/01/2022 – 07:18 Eight African selections meet in Marseille and Aix-en-Provence to compete for the Rugby Africa Cup, with the key to a qualifying ticket for the Rugby World Cup being organized in France next year. Among them Senegal, Ivory Coast or Algeria hoping to shake up Namibia, the favorites of this … Read more

Sport, unity and sharing in Oran for the 19th edition of the Mediterranean Games

the 19th Mediterranean games were launched on June 25, 2022 from Oran, Algeria. This multisport event, where more than 3,000 athletes from 26 Mediterranean countries, opened on a summer night at the magnificent Olympic Stadium in Algeria’s second largest city. The venue welcomed 40,000 lucky people to witness the opening ceremony live. Tens of thousands … Read more

Les Bleues are aiming for their first major title at the European Football Championship

After maturation, the time of consecration? It’s a largely remodeled French football team that will hit the English turf in ten days for the next European Women’s Championship (July 6-31). Leave Amandine Henry, the emblematic captain, Eugénie Le Sommer, the top scorer, or even Sarah Bouhaddi, the safe bet as a goalkeeper. The last eighteen … Read more