Racing in European mode, the coronation of PSG in your hands … Your sports weekend in Ile de France

Basketball, handball, volleyball, rugby … Le Parisien has been offering an overview of the events in Île-de-France that have not been missed for several weeks and every weekend. for a place in the last European RUGBY Quartet. This is the hour of truth! After the first group stage and the eighth final with a back-and-forth match that left a chance to recover from a mistake, serious things are starting for the eight clubs that are still fighting for the European Cup. Four French representatives are among the last survivors, including Racing 92nd place. Laurent Travers players will have the advantage of getting in and going out with a favorite label. Although the English have never beaten the quarter-finals of the mainland tournament (2006), the people of Il de France have already played in three finals. Three painful memories, because it was not possible to lift the big cup. In order to hope to defeat the Indian brand, Sale will have to get rid of this already this Sunday. Event: PSG – Montpellier Collision CoubertinHANDBALL. This is the shock of this 25th day of the championship. This Friday night (8:30 p.m.) Kubertine PSG will be crowned French champion if beat Montpellier. The Parisers leave with a huge capital of confidence after their demonstration (41:24) against the same rival, just under a month ago at the Coupe de France. In the first stage, Montpellier clearly hooked up the Paris Ogre and lost the goal (33:34). The first effect will be an approach to the Hérault club (14) and only 2nd place in overtaking Ivry in the history of the French Championship. The second is to continue the incredible series of victories in this competition. PSG reaches 30 out of 30 as unheard of. The last is to create the best conditions before Wednesday (20.45) by meeting the Kiel Germans in the first quarterfinals of the Champions League. This is the main goal of Nikola Karabatic and his teammates at the end of the season. The sentence: “You have to win,” warns Chris SingletonBASKET. Sceaux players no longer have the right to make mistakes. After beating Monaco on the first day of the Women’s National Final 1 last week (57:67), Olga Maznichenko’s partners have to win against Feytiat this Saturday to hope to win one of the two tickets submitted. to enter the Women’s Ligue 2. “Everything will happen on Saturday,” warns coach Chris Singleton. We were second out of four before the playoffs started, it still is, but we beat our joker. It is necessary to win against Feytiat, otherwise we know that the situation will be seriously damaged before playing the last two away matches. “The challenge is even more difficult as Sceaux will develop without leader Aminata Konaté (wounded). “She’s the best champion in her position, it’s a serious drawback, but we’ll do our best to win,” Singleton said. 20 years ago … Where to go: MMA evening at the Accor Arena The world’s second largest UFC discipline organization, Bellator, is taking up its second time in its history at the Accor Arena in Paris on Friday night (8:30 p.m.). For the first time, in 2020. in October, the Paris gym, due to the health situation and the pandemic, unfortunately accommodated only 1,000 spectators. At least 10 times more is expected this time. In one of the most anticipated battles of the evening, which will award the title of world heavyweight champion, French veteran Cheick Congo (46) will face belt owner Ryan Bader. The fighter Lucie Bertaud, also known for her participation in the show “Koh-Lanta: Les Armes Secrètes”, whose finalist she will finish, is also on the program of the meeting. Best advice: Blitz Society BarCHECS. This Friday, at 6.30 pm, the Blitz Society (4, rue du Sabot in the 6th district), the first chess bar in Paris, will host a match between France and Ukraine. Four great French players will meet in public and online at the four Ukrainian Grand Masters, directly from their home country. Marie Sebag, one of the few women in the world to hold the prestigious title of International Chess Grandmaster; Yovann Gatineau, a French champion under the age of 20 and already an international champion; and Vincent Reef. As the conditions for organizing such a meeting are more than subtle, the names of the Ukrainian representatives will be revealed at the last minute, and finally, it should be noted that all the sacrifices and attendance gathered this evening will be fully donated to Ukraine. Ukraine. Show, game and challenge. The Marado complex should be full and vibrate as infrequently in the coming hours. Tombeur de Chartres, one of the contenders for the race, welcomed Lorient’s first quarter-final in the National 1 quarter-finals last Saturday in the eighth final of Cergy-Pontoise last weekend. “It simply came to our notice then. Manuel Munoz, head of the club, is happy. This is the first time a promoted player has reached the quarterfinals of this match. Amazing when you remember where you came from. We only found out about our rise in July, and we had to put the team together last summer. It’s a great experience for our players and the club, but now that we’ve felt his emotions, we want to go all the way. “At the end of April, 1,300 fans had already gathered in the podium to encourage Cergy-Pontoise players to Chartres in the eighth final – a club with 4 times our budget,” Munoz said. , there should be more of them while arriving in Lorient. The club, chaired by Amara Sy, also planned a lot of activities throughout the evening. Also qualified for the National 1 roller coaster, Rueil welcomes Stade Rochelais. The winner of this playoffs will join Angers, at the beginning of the season, at the end of the season, next season After B. Surprising Athlete: Paralympic Table Tennis Champion Fabien Lamirault Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines PARA TABLE TENNIS. A four-seater paralympic champion, Francilien will be one of the main leaders of the event. The 2nd International Table Tennis Tournament is held at the Saint-Quentin en Yvelines International Velodrome from Thursday to Sunday. An impressive and prestigious meeting belonging to the world circuit and selection for the world championship, which will take place in early November in Granada (Spain), will be attended by the best table tennis players from 33 countries. Among them are medalists at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, including Fabien Lamirault. One of the stars of discipline. Francillien, a native of Longjumeau and a resident of Issy-les-Moulineaux, who suffered from a road accident at the age of 17, won two gold medals in the last games. The two most precious metal charms that are added to the 2016 uncontrolled. This meeting will also serve as the mood for the two-year Paris Paralympic Games. Discovery: Introduction to Chess Boxing, a mix of chess and boxing CHESSBOXING. From 2019 the discipline that Enki Bilal envisions in his comics Froid Équateur has begun to take shape in France. With the creation of the French Federation and the French team (8 gold medals won at the 2019 World Championships) and the official battles in Paris, the development of this sport, which combines chess and boxing, has been hampered by a health crisis. For the 2022-2023 season, the Paris Chess Boxing Club is offering a free discovery day at the Apollo Sporting Club this Sunday from 2 pm to 6 pm (3, quai du Lot, 19). A unique day to discover this atypical sport that combines physical performance and brain mastery in the company of a discipline-reviving champion. In the program: Introducing boxing and chess, workshops and demonstration workshops, supervised by approved boxing coaches and great chess masters, are open to everyone (12 years of age and older, children under 14), regardless of any discipline level. The 226 m2 room with a central ring will accommodate about fifty participants. Equipment (chess and boxing) is provided by the Paris Chess Boxing Club. Participants simply have to show up with sportswear. LEGAL PROGRAM. 1 division. Sunday, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m .: MONTIGNY-LE-BRETONNEUX – SAVIGNY-SUR-ORGE (Jean-Maréchal Stadium), La Rochelle – SÉNART.BASKET. Nationale 1. Quarterfinals (first match): RUEIL – Stade Rochelais Rupella (Saturday, 8 pm, stadium); CERGY-PONTOISE – Lorient (Saturday, 8 p.m., Complexe des Maradas) National 1 Women’s Competition (Playoffs, Day 2). SCEAUX – Feytiat (Saturday, 8 pm, Clos Saint-Marcel room). MANUAL. Liqui Moly Starligue (Day 25). PSG – Montpellier (Friday, 8.30 pm, Pierre-de-Coubertin Stadium), Nancy – CRÉTEIL (Friday, 8.30 pm) Proligue (28th). Billère – TREMBLAY (Friday, 8 p.m.). IVRY – Selestat (Friday, 8.30 pm, Auguste-Delaune Gymnasium), PONTAULT – Valence (Friday, 8.30 pm, Roger-Boisramé Space), Villeurbanne – MASSY (Friday, 8.30 pm). Butagaz Energy League (Day 24). PARIS 92 – Plan-de-Cuques (Sunday, 5 pm, Palais des Sports Robert Charpentier, Issy) .RUGBY. European Cup (Quarterfinals): RACING 92 – Sale (Eng.) (Sunday, 4pm, Paris La Défense Arena) National (Day 26). MASSY – Valence Romans Drome (Sunday, 3 p.m., Jules-Ladoumègue Stadium); Nice – SURESNES (Sunday, 3 p.m.) Elite 1 Women (14 p.m.). STADE FRANÇAIS – Stade Rennais (Sunday, 3 pm, Christophe Dominici Stadium, Paris XVI); BOBIGNY – Grenoble (Sunday, 3 p.m., Henri Wallon Stadium); CHILLY-MAZARIN – Lyon (Sunday, 3 p.m., Jesse Owens Stadium). Ligue A, Playoffs (Day 7): Toulouse – LE PLESSIS-ROBINSON (Saturday, 8 p.m.)
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