PSG put his hand in front of his acquaintance to discover kudo… Sports weekend in Île-de-France

Winter break is coming soon, but good habits don’t change. Before each weekend, Le Parisien offers a series of issues and events not to be missed in Île-de-France. Overview.

Poster of the weekend: PSG challenge their former goalkeeper

HANDBALL. Paris has not forgotten him. This market will be in Vincent Gérard Coubertin’s goal cages… but with the Saint-Raphaël jersey (10th in the tourism table) on his back. Leaving for the Cote d’Azur in the off-season, the former PSG goalkeeper (2019-2022) will therefore find his former teammates facing him, who will have only one desire: to score as many goals as possible in the last bastion. The French team will remain the co-chairman of the championship. The Parisians, who beat Gudme in the Champions League on Wednesday, should not let Nantes and Montpellier (who also play in Créteil on Sunday) slip up.

In Proliga, it’s another long-distance duel between colleagues that continues this Friday. The difference with Starliga is that it is from the Ile-de-France region. Tremblay, who goes to Frontignan (5th), does not have the positive side of the predictions, unlike Pontault, who goes to Strasbourg, which is last in the class with 10 losses. But anything can happen…

Good deed: walk and pick up litter

This is a good way to link the useful and the pleasant. A good walk for the planet. This Saturday, November 26, the Domaine de Longchamps in the Bois de Boulogne will have a joint waste collection day. The aim is to raise awareness among the youngest (from 6 years old) about pollution not only of the planet but also of the city like in Paris. Today, it became possible thanks to the Trash Spotter application, which allows you to report the presence of abandoned waste and display their collections with a few clicks. The creators of the program will be there. The waste collection is organized by the GoodPlanet Foundation and sponsored by the famous photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand in collaboration with the Marcheurs Cueilleurs association. environmental Protection”.

Distribution of materials at the Good Planet Foundation from 2:30 p.m.

Sharing moment: Cross du Figaro

ESCAPE. Founded in 1961 and temporarily suspended in 2000 after its 40th edition, the Cross du Figaro is a legendary race with 36,000 participants in 1979. After the Bois de Boulogne, the Cross du Figaro has been held at the Domaine de Saint-Cloud since 2013. This new edition will take place in the heart of one of the most beautiful parks, surrounded by nature, beside waterfalls, ponds and bushes.

Four races (5, 10, 15, 20 kilometers) are planned and the departure times will take place at 9 am and 11:30 am. Established runners and novice runners can start together, regardless of their distance, as the start of this race is grouped. A night and festive 5km event under the Aperitif (!) sign is also on the menu this Friday (20.00). Finally, the Cross du Figaro is the first event of the 2019 Telemarathon. It will start this week with popular mobilization and part of the registration fees and proceeds from the sale of T-shirts will be donated to the Telemarathon.

Indulging yourself without counting the costs: Bike & Run at Palaiseau

TRIATHLON. The USA Palaiseau Triathlon chapter (FFTRI, affiliated with the French Triathlon Federation) and the city of Palaiseau are organizing the 13th edition of the Bike & Run this Sunday at the Ecole Polytechnique de Palaiseau. The event is part of the Île-de-France Bike & Run 2022-2023 challenge and will also support the 2022 Bike&Run French Championship.

Bike & Run is a discipline consisting of running and mountain biking (unassisted) in teams with unicycles for two team members. The forest trails event is open and accessible to all. Team members move freely on the bike and are not required to stay together. To cross the finish line, team members must be together in the “finish area” (about 100 m).

Motto to follow: “Keep your cool at the top of the competition”

The Art of COMBAT. On November 26 and 27, 2022, the French Kyudo Cup, or traditional Japanese archery, will take place at the CDFAS (Luc Abalo sports complex) in Eaubonne and will bring together around a hundred competitors. Admission will be free and there will be an opportunity to discover a unique discipline that combines the joy of shooting and the Zen spirit of the Way of War in the purest Japanese tradition. Several dozen archers from all over France will fight for the podium over two days, individually or as a team. France regularly stands out as champion or runner-up in international tournaments, both individually and as a team.

The zen and chivalrous art of traditional Japanese archery is the perfect inspiration to find some peace of mind in the practice of body and mind, where target performance is decorated with elegance and at the same time expresses high spiritual values. To see kyudo is to witness the aesthetic and athletic dimension of the Japanese art displayed during shooting ceremonies or competitions.

Number: 8

Like the number of losses in as many games since the beginning of the season for Levallois softball players. Promoted to Ligue A, Fred Havas’ men hope to end this black streak when they host Saint-Raphaël on Saturday. A mission that promises to be complicated. At the top of the table, on the other hand, things are looking good for Stade Français Paris Saint-Cloud, who are in 5th place but just two places behind leaders Nantes. The Mariannes, nicknamed the Parisians, are unbeaten in Geo André’s nest this season and hope to stay that way after the arrival of Beziers (7th) on Saturday.

PROGRAM

BASKETBALL. Betclic Elite (Day 10): Nancy – BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS (Friday, 20.00); NANTERRE – Strasbourg (Saturday, 20.00, Maurice-Thorez gym); PARIS – Le Portel (Sunday, 17:00, Halle Georges-Carpentier).

HANDBALL. Liqui Moly Star League (Day 11): Chambéry – IVRY (Saturday, 20:00); CRETEIL – Montpellier (Sunday, 16.00, R. Oubron gym); PSG – Saint-Raphaël (Sunday, 16.30, room of Pierre de Coubert). Proleague (Day 11): Frontignan – TREMBLAY (Friday, 20:00); MASSY – Nancy (Friday, 20.30, Center Omnisports Pierre de Coubertin); Strasbourg – PONTAULT (Friday, 20.30).

HOCKEY. Magnus League (Day 19): CERGY-PONTOISE – Furies (Friday, 20.30, Aren’Ice); (Day 20): Anglet -CERGY-PONTOISE (Sunday, 19:00).

RUGBY. Top 14 (Day 11): STADE FRANCAIS v Toulon (Saturday, 21:05, Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris XVI); RACING 92 – Clermont (Sunday, 17.00, Paris La Défense Arena in Nanterre). ProD2 (Day 8): MASSY v Soyaux-Angoulême (Friday, 19:30, Stade Jules-Ladoumègue).

VOLLEYBALL. League A (Day 10): PARIS – Poitiers (Saturday, 18:00, room Pierre Charpy); LE PLESSIS-ROBINSON – Saint-Nazaire (Saturday, 19:00, Omnisports field). Women’s A League (Day 9): LEVALLOIS v Saint-Raphaël (Saturday, 18:00, Palais des Sports Marcel Cerdan); STADE FRANCAIS PARIS SAINT-CLOUD v Beziers (Saturday, 20:00, Stade Geo-Andre, Paris 16).

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