Since the beginning of the season, Le Parisien offers a series of issues and events not to be missed every weekend in Île-de-France. Overview.
Event: Comedy game in Paris basketball
BASKETBALL. Paris Basketball always has something special going on. After organizing an event in front of more than 10,000 spectators at Roland-Garros in mid-October or even organizing a giant escape game to celebrate Halloween at the Carpentier nest last weekend, the capital club offers its 2nd edition this Sunday. his “Comedy Game”. Before the match with Le Mans at 19:00, a hundred privileged people will take part in a stand-up comedy show with the participation of four artists accustomed to the stage of Le Paname: Julien Sabas, Yezid Assoumani, Rokhaya and Alexandre Aguirre.
The performance will start at 17:00. Ticket office: Show + Match: €20; match from only €12.
Poster: PSG take on Chambéry this Sunday
HANDBALL. After the defeat of Nantes in Limoges last Sunday, the capital club with the very good Yann Genty in the arms of the leader of the Starliga, presents a new challenge to the Market of Coubertin with the arrival of Chambéry (4 p.m.). Luka Karabatic’s teammates, who beat Porto (32-30) in the Champions League on Thursday, continue their run of seven matches in November, six at home. A hell of a pace we’ll have to keep up with the likes of Elohim Prandi (11 goals against Porto, 14 last Sunday in Dunkirk) in form.
Also at home, Ivry (11th) will try to give themselves a breath of fresh air this Friday against Dunkirk (9th), while Créteil (12th) will challenge Nantes ogres on Sunday. Pontault, the leader and only undefeated team in the Proliga, the two professional men’s championships, welcomes Massy (8th) in an old derby that could well change the cards, and Tremblay (4th) could benefit if he wins in Besancon. .
Great gathering: Maif Ekiden of Paris
ROAD RACE. With at least 1,500 teams or approximately 8,400 participants at the start, France’s most famous relay marathon attracts all runner profiles, from novice to experienced. Between friends, club partners or colleagues, there were once more this year, collectively donning their jerseys and coming to kick off this Sunday. 1,325 teams participating in the full course (5, 10, 5, 10, 5 and 7,195 km relays) and 175 in the “Half” format (5, 10, 5 km relays) will start at 9:00 a.m. at Quai Branly. , at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. 192 formations will also participate in the French Championship in the specialty, the Paris meeting that serves as a major annual national explanatory support this year.
Paris Ekiden is not only a popular event that attracts thousands of competitors. True to its eco-responsible image, the event continues to implement an ever-expanding system of clean and committed actions year after year. This year’s race covers the whole chain of environmentally responsible actions, covering all the mechanisms inherent in the event with the participation of several thousand people. From bulk supplies to recycled aprons, sorting waste to reclaiming reusable materials, everything has been thought of to make the party beautiful.
The unusual of the weekend: eSports competitions at the Porte de Versailles.
E-SPORTS. After a two-year hiatus due to the Covid 19 pandemic, Paris Games Week is back in force this week at the Parc des Expositions at the Porte de Versailles. Video game enthusiasts will be pleased to have numerous early game tests and the presence of major publishers and professional players. Competitions are also on the weekend schedule with the semi-finals of the League of Legends French Cup – Saturday and Sunday.
Also on the program is the Vitual Arena E-sport France Cup finals, which sees teams of multiple players develop and compete in a virtual world.
Event not to be missed: 1000 Foils in Melun
Fencing. Organized every year since 1969 by the Cercle d’escrime de Melun Val-de-Seine, the 1000 Foils – Challenge Crouzy – brings together in one day several hundred young foilers, boys and girls, from all over the country. categories to a minimum.
This is an opportunity to see perhaps future tricolor champions in this weapon that has brought many medals to France in all the major international competitions over the decades. CEMVS is no exception to the rule with Enzo Lefort’s World Championship and Olympic titles and Pauline Ranvier’s honors in recent years. The 54th edition of this race will be held this Sunday at the Jacques-Marinelli sports complex (place de la Motte aux Cailles) from 8:15.
Next duel: Paris takes on leader Chamonix
VOLLEYBALL. Paris (8th), which ended in a turning point from the start of the season, especially with a win over champions Montpellier, will have to be at their best this Saturday for the arrival of leader Chamonix (Sale Charpy, Paris XIII). ). An opponent who has lost only one match in 6 days. Therefore, the mission promises to be delicate for the players of Dorian Rougeyron. But the Parisians can count on the talent of passer Kellian Motta Paes, the firepower of Ibrahim Lawani (22 points in Wednesday’s 3-2 loss at Nice) and Joachim Panu. It should be noted that the former youth international Panou, 25 years old, is one of the statements of this start to the championship.
RUGBY. Overcome failure! Since the 2014-2015 season, Massy has faced six times against the Montauban club, where he goes this weekend on the 10th day of the Pro D2. And each time the match ended in defeat for Massicois. Fifteen of Essonne’s bad black streak, which he hopes will end this Friday, a terrible 6-0. Furthermore, a win would give Massey some air in the standings, who are ahead of penultimate… Montauba by a very small point, but remain with 3 wins and 2 losses.
BASKETBALL. Betclic Elite (Day 8). BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS – Limoges (Friday, 20.30, Marseille-Jerdan gym in Levallois); Le Portel – NANTERRE (Friday, 20.00); PARIS – Le Mans (Sunday, 19:00, Hall Georges-Carpentier, Paris 13).
National 1 (Day 9). Pool A: RUEIL v Rennes (Friday, 20:00, Stadium). Pool B: CERGY-PONTOISE v Besançon (Saturday, 20:00, Complexe des Maradas).
HANDBALL. star league (Day 8). IVRY – Dunkirk (Friday, 20.30, Auguste Delaune Gymnasium); PSG – Chambéry (Sunday, 16:00, Stade Coubertin, Paris XVI); Nantes – CRETEIL (Sunday, 17.00). Proleague (Day 8). Besançon – TREMBLAY (Friday, 20:15); PONTAULT-COMBAULT – MASSY (Friday, 20.30, Espace Roger-Boisramé).
ICE HOCKEY. Magnus League (Day 15). Grenoble – CERGY-PONTOISE (Friday, 20:15).
RUGBY. Top 14 (Day 10). Stade Toulouse – STADE FRANCAIS (Saturday, 15:00); RACING 92 – Perpignan (Saturday, 17:00, Paris La Défense Arena in Nanterre).
Pro D2 (Day 10): Montauban – MASSY (Friday, 19.30).
National (Day 9): SURESNES v Tarbes (Saturday, 18:00, Stade Jean Moulin).
VOLLEYBALL. League A (Day 7). PARIS – Chaumont (Saturday, 18:00, Salle Charpy, Paris 13); Tourcoing – PLESSIS-ROBINSON (Sunday, 17.00).
Women’s A League (Day 4): Mulhouse – LEVALLOIS (Thursday, 20:00); Le Cannet – STADE FRANCAIS PARIS SAINT-CLOUD (Saturday, 20.00).