Tennis: Clara Burel in US Open Semi-Finals

Clara Burel, Louannec, will play this Saturday, September 8, the semi-finals of the US Open Junior Tennis. Finalist at the internationals of Australia at the beginning of the year, Clara Burel, from Louannec, once again performs a great grand slam performance . The tenniswoman qualified last night for the semifinals of the US Open Junior by dominating the British Emma Raducanu in less than …

Tour of Spain: Alexandre Geniez Winner of the 12th Stage, Third French Victory

The Frenchman Alexandre Geniez (AG2R La Mondiale) won Thursday the 12th stage of the Tour of Spain by setting his breakaway compatriots at Mañon (Galicia). The French Alexandre Geniez (AG2R La Mondiale) won Thursday the 12th stage of the Tour of Spain by setting sprinted his breakaway companions to Mañon (Galicia), where the Spaniard Jesús Herrada (Cofidis) continued dynamic beautiful tricolor teams …

Tour of Spain: Frenchman Tony Gallopin wins strong in the 7th Stage

Frenchman Tony Gallopin (Ag2r-La Mondiale), strong in an unbridled final, won this Friday the 7th stage of the Tour of Spain in Pozo Alcon (Andalusia). The French cyclist Tony Gallopin (AG2R-La Mondiale) party in tough unbridled final, won Friday, August 31, 2018 the 7th stage of the Tour of Spain in Pozo Alcon (Andalusia) , where his countryman Rudy Molard maintained dynamics tricolor …

Tour of Spain: Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni Wins Sprint on 6th Stage

Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis) won the sixth stage of the Tour of Spain on Thursday 30th August. Rudy Molard retains the leader’s red jersey. The French cyclist Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis), unlucky in 2018, was overjoyed on Thursday by winning the sprint on the 6th stage of the Tour of Spain, where another countryman Rudy Molard (Groupama FDJ), retained the red …

Towards the End of the Davis Cup? The Federations Vote this Thursday

The major reform project of the Davis Cup, which radically cleaves the world of tennis, is put to the vote Thursday in Orlando (Florida). The major reform project of the Davis Cup, which radically cleaves the world of tennis, is put to the vote Thursday in Orlando (Florida) between supporters of a shortened tournament and more lucrative and followers of a century-old …