Against Wales, the players would have sung the Iranian anthem under threat

The anthem ceremony before Iran-Wales (2-0) on Friday saw the players of the Iranian selection sing the national anthem. An attitude that surprised knowing that these same players had remained silent four days earlier during England-Iran (6-2) caused a strong hold in Iran and around the world. This silence, like previous statements by several players … Read more

Oyonnax crushes Aurillac and widens the lead in the Pro D2

Oyonnax, solid leader of Pro D2, continued to distance his pursuers, Friday during the 12th day, by outclassing on his Aurillac lawn, offensive bonus at the key (45-3). The Aurillacois evolved at 14 for 20 minutes, after the expulsion of Robert Rodgers (57th). The Oyonnaxiens thus follow on with a sixth victory in a row. … Read more

Accused of sexual harassment, Polish tennis boss resigns

Accused of sexual harassment and violence by MP Katarzyna Kotula on Monday, the president of the Polish Tennis Association (PZT) Miroslaw Skrzypczynski resigned with immediate effect on Thursday. “ At a meeting of the Board of the Polish Tennis Association, Mr. Miroslaw Skrzypczynski tendered his resignation from the position of Chairman of the Board of … Read more

Collective resignation from the French Handball Federation, women’s clubs worried

Why this collective show? On July 23, the president of the National Management Control Commission (CNCG) of the French Handball Federation, Florence Moraglia, resigns. According to the regulations, this entails that of the other 14 members of the CNCG. On Wednesday, Francis Serex, member, former president and co-founder of this commission, active within the FFHB … Read more

Montpellier: new trial in sight for Mohamed Haouas

Mohamed Haouas (28) and the Montpellier club would have gone well from this new legal case. After his conviction for acts of burglary dating back to 2014, the right pillar of Montpellier was sentenced to 18 months in prison suspended last February. According to our information, Mohamed Haouas will again have to go through the … Read more

Irishman Josh Van der Flier named World Rugby Player of the Year 2022

Antoine Dupont does not keep his player of the year title. Elected in 2021, the scrum half of the fifteen of France sees Josh Van der Flier succeed him. The Irishman was rewarded this Sunday evening at the World Rugby Awards in Monaco. The third all-terrain line was the major asset of his selection, who … Read more

Monaco champion of France in rugby 7

Monaco won the title of French rugby sevens champion on Saturday by winning the InExtenso SuperSevens final against Pau (24-14). It’s merit for the Le Rocher team which was the strongest and the most consistent throughout this day of the final, like this third edition of the SuperSevens where Monaco played four finals (on the … Read more

VBC Porrentruy elected volleyball club of the year

The volleyball club of the year is from the Jura. The Volleyball Club Porrentruy received this distinction from Swiss Volley this Saturday in Bern on the occasion of the annual “Benevolley” award ceremony. The national federation wants to highlight the commitment of volunteers for this sport. She specifies in her press release that the VBC … Read more

Portugal is the last country to qualify for the 2023 World Cup

In a long undecided match against the United States, Portugal snatched its qualification for the 2023 World Cup in Dubai on Friday by obtaining a draw beyond the siren (16-16). Thanks to a better point difference, the Lobos team, coached by Patrice Lagisquet For her second participation in the World Cup, after 2007, already in … Read more