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Like every day, from Monday to Friday, discover the essential sports news from Gard in a few pieces of information.

Nimes Olympic

Mbow “a great athletic potential”. Moustapha Mbow’s arrival on loan for six months was formalized on Thursday morning. He will not qualify for the two late matches against Valenciennes tomorrow and Pau, scheduled for Tuesday. He could make his debut against Dunkirk. « It will bring us a little emulation and competition, said his coach, Nicolas Usaï, at a press conference (see above). He has both feet and great athletic potential. » For the end of the transfer window, the new Nîmes technician does not necessarily expect an arrival. « For the moment, no one in sight, he explains. There is still the situation of Ferhat and Aribi who are leaving. The transfer window can quickly accelerate, the winter transfer window is a market of opportunities.« Nicolas Bénézet, who has been training with the group for a few days, will there be one? « It may still have an offer on the American market, believes Nicolas Usaï. I have already mentioned his situation informally but at the moment nothing has been done. »

Sainte-Luce is suspended to face Valenciennes (photo Anthony Maurin)

Six absent for Valenciennes. The Crocos will miss six players for the reception of Valenciennes scheduled for this Friday at 7 p.m. at Costières in a late match for the 21st day of Ligue 2. Left with the Japanese selection, Ueda will miss the meeting as well as that against Pau. Sainte-Luce will serve his suspension match following his expulsion from Dijon (1-2). If Cubas exams have been ?clinically reassuring?, according to his coach, the Paraguayan should not return in one to two weeks. Briançon, Aribi and Ferhat continue their re-athletics.

The probable group: Dias, Bratveit ? Paquiez, Burner, Martinez, Guessoum, Philibert, Zaidan ? Ponceau, Valerio, Fomba, Sarr, Delpech, Benrahou, Eliasson ? Doucouré, Omarsson, Koné

Paquiez wonders. Also present at a press conference, Gaëtan Paquiez was asked about his future at Nîmes Olympique (see video above). He returned to his remarks made last November. At the time, the Nîmes side said to himself ?closer to a start than an extension. » But the situation has changed in recent weeks.. ?As long as some people were at the club ? they will recognize themselves ? I would not have extended for sure, did he declare. There, there was renewal. I’m not saying it’s my priority either, but the door is not closed. » The side discussed at length with the president on this possibility. Gaëtan who will also closely follow the future of his friend Anthony Briançon whose contract with NO also expires in June.

Cycling

The Étoile de Bessèges will leave Bellegarde on Wednesday (Photo Norman Jardin)

Pinot in Bessèges! It is now official, Thibaut Pinot will be at the start of the 52nd edition of the Étoile de Bessèges, which takes place from February 2 to 6. Aligned this weekend with the Grand Prix La Marseillaise, the French climber (31 years old) who is preparing his return to the Tour de France will be departing from Bellegarde for the “Tour du Gard” this Wednesday. His team, Groupama-FDJ, has just sent its registration form to the organizers of the Gard event. Pinot has already participated, a few years ago, in the event founded by Roland Fangille. Among the 21 teams present, other well-known names in the peloton will be present: the world champions Pedersen and Kwiatkowski or the Olympic champions Van Avermaet and Richard Carapaz. Best climber last year, the Gardois Alexandre Delettre will be in contention at home under his new colors of the Cofidis team.

Tennis

Bonzi back in France. After a mixed start to the season in Australia (2 wins, 3 losses), Benjamin Bonzi is returning to France for the next few weeks. The Gardois will play in ATP 250 at the Open Sud in Montpellier next week. Last season he beat Lucas Pouille there before pushing David Goffin, future winner of the tournament, to his limits. Bonzi will then head for Cherbourg, for a Challenger tournament of which he should be the favourite. The adversity should be more important for him from February 14 to 20, in Marseille, where he now trains. At the Open 13, ranked ATP 250, the Gardois lost in the first round last year. With less than 80 points to defend over the next few weeks, Bonzi, 63e world, could continue to progress in the rankings in the event of good results.

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Like every day, from Monday to Friday, discover the essential sports news from Gard in a few pieces of information.

Nimes Olympic

Mbow “a great athletic potential”. Moustapha Mbow’s arrival on loan for six months was formalized on Thursday morning. He will not qualify for the two late matches against Valenciennes tomorrow and Pau, scheduled for Tuesday. He could make his debut against Dunkirk. « It will bring us a little emulation and competition, said his coach, Nicolas Usaï, at a press conference (see above). He has both feet and great athletic potential. » For the end of the transfer window, the new Nîmes technician does not necessarily expect an arrival. « For the moment, no one in sight, he explains. There is still the situation of Ferhat and Aribi who are leaving. The transfer window can quickly accelerate, the winter transfer window is a market of opportunities.« Nicolas Bénézet, who has been training with the group for a few days, will there be one? « It may still have an offer on the American market, believes Nicolas Usaï. I have already mentioned his situation informally but at the moment nothing has been done. »

Sainte-Luce is suspended to face Valenciennes (photo Anthony Maurin)

Six absent for Valenciennes. The Crocos will miss six players for the reception of Valenciennes scheduled for this Friday at 7 p.m. at Costières in a late match for the 21st day of Ligue 2. Left with the Japanese selection, Ueda will miss the meeting as well as that against Pau. Sainte-Luce will serve his suspension match following his expulsion from Dijon (1-2). If Cubas exams have been ?clinically reassuring?, according to his coach, the Paraguayan should not return in one to two weeks. Briançon, Aribi and Ferhat continue their re-athletics.

The probable group: Dias, Bratveit ? Paquiez, Burner, Martinez, Guessoum, Philibert, Zaidan ? Ponceau, Valerio, Fomba, Sarr, Delpech, Benrahou, Eliasson ? Doucouré, Omarsson, Koné

Paquiez wonders. Also present at a press conference, Gaëtan Paquiez was asked about his future at Nîmes Olympique (see video above). He returned to his remarks made last November. At the time, the Nîmes side said to himself ?closer to a start than an extension. » But the situation has changed in recent weeks.. ?As long as some people were at the club ? they will recognize themselves ? I would not have extended for sure, did he declare. There, there was renewal. I’m not saying it’s my priority either, but the door is not closed. » The side discussed at length with the president on this possibility. Gaëtan who will also closely follow the future of his friend Anthony Briançon whose contract with NO also expires in June.

Cycling

The Étoile de Bessèges will leave Bellegarde on Wednesday (Photo Norman Jardin)

Pinot in Bessèges! It is now official, Thibaut Pinot will be at the start of the 52nd edition of the Étoile de Bessèges, which takes place from February 2 to 6. Aligned this weekend with the Grand Prix La Marseillaise, the French climber (31 years old) who is preparing his return to the Tour de France will be departing from Bellegarde for the “Tour du Gard” this Wednesday. His team, Groupama-FDJ, has just sent its registration form to the organizers of the Gard event. Pinot has already participated, a few years ago, in the event founded by Roland Fangille. Among the 21 teams present, other well-known names in the peloton will be present: the world champions Pedersen and Kwiatkowski or the Olympic champions Van Avermaet and Richard Carapaz. Best climber last year, the Gardois Alexandre Delettre will be in contention at home under his new colors of the Cofidis team.

Tennis

Bonzi back in France. After a mixed start to the season in Australia (2 wins, 3 losses), Benjamin Bonzi is returning to France for the next few weeks. The Gardois will play in ATP 250 at the Open Sud in Montpellier next week. Last season he beat Lucas Pouille there before pushing David Goffin, future winner of the tournament, to his limits. Bonzi will then head for Cherbourg, for a Challenger tournament of which he should be the favourite. The adversity should be more important for him from February 14 to 20, in Marseille, where he now trains. At the Open 13, ranked ATP 250, the Gardois lost in the first round last year. With less than 80 points to defend over the next few weeks, Bonzi, 63e world, could continue to progress in the rankings in the event of good results.

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Connected watches, apps of all kinds, websites, videos? The digital tools available on the market to follow your sporting progress, whether you are a beginner, a regular practitioner, a true aficionado or a top athlete, are plentiful. Heart rate, pace, energy or calorie expenditure, distance covered, route, nature of the terrain… The data is countless, but you still need to know how to interpret and use it to optimize your practice.

?Once we know about it, what do we do next?? “. This is indeed the question asked by Lionel Roche, a physical education teacher and teacher-researcher at the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University of Benguerir in Morocco since last February.

A Roffiacois (Cantal) who became a teacher-researcher at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Morocco

The Roffiacois has therefore decided to devote a book to the practices and prospects of digital technology in sport, based on the particularly extensive literature on the subject, particularly Anglo-Saxon, but never exploited. Thus, over nearly 200 pages, it lists and presents the results of research on the digital tools most used in sport (video, 360° video, virtual reality, smartphone apps, machine learning, etc.) and the clearly identify one by one.

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The goal?? ?Enable performance improvement,? he explains. Because all these tools are good, but only if they add value. I am not saying that it is useless, he insists, I am saying that it is useful and that they are effective according to the conditions in which they are used, in a particular context?.

“All these tools are good, but only if they add value”
He also wishes, through this book, to allow “all those who wonder about the uses of digital technology in the field of sport, to escape commercial logic and flirtatious speeches”.

Originally from Mentieres (Cantal), Stéphanie Chambaron, appointed research director at INRAE ??in Dijon

Testimonials from specialists in the field support his work. Like Nicolas Besombes, known and recognized in the field of eSport, Philippe Fuchs, expert in virtual reality or André Tricot, who prefaces the book in his capacity as a French specialist in digital uses.

Sport and digital, practices and perspectives, published in early November by Territorial editions, in the Presses universitaire du sport collection, is on sale for ?55, or ?45 in a digital version.

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Connected watches, apps of all kinds, websites, videos? The digital tools available on the market to follow your sporting progress, whether you are a beginner, a regular practitioner, a true aficionado or a top athlete, are plentiful. Heart rate, pace, energy or calorie expenditure, distance covered, route, nature of the terrain… The data is countless, but you still need to know how to interpret and use it to optimize your practice.

?Once we know about it, what do we do next?? “. This is indeed the question asked by Lionel Roche, a physical education teacher and teacher-researcher at the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University of Benguerir in Morocco since last February.

A Roffiacois (Cantal) who became a teacher-researcher at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Morocco

The Roffiacois has therefore decided to devote a book to the practices and prospects of digital technology in sport, based on the particularly extensive literature on the subject, particularly Anglo-Saxon, but never exploited. Thus, over nearly 200 pages, it lists and presents the results of research on the digital tools most used in sport (video, 360° video, virtual reality, smartphone apps, machine learning, etc.) and the clearly identify one by one.

Receive our personalized Terre de Sports newsletter by email and find news and results for your favorite sports every Monday.

NL 2593

The goal?? ?Enable performance improvement,? he explains. Because all these tools are good, but only if they add value. I am not saying that it is useless, he insists, I am saying that it is useful and that they are effective according to the conditions in which they are used, in a particular context?.

“All these tools are good, but only if they add value”
He also wishes, through this book, to allow “all those who wonder about the uses of digital technology in the field of sport, to escape commercial logic and flirtatious speeches”.

Originally from Mentieres (Cantal), Stéphanie Chambaron, appointed research director at INRAE ??in Dijon

Testimonials from specialists in the field support his work. Like Nicolas Besombes, known and recognized in the field of eSport, Philippe Fuchs, expert in virtual reality or André Tricot, who prefaces the book in his capacity as a French specialist in digital uses.

Sport and digital, practices and perspectives, published in early November by Territorial editions, in the Presses universitaire du sport collection, is on sale for ?55, or ?45 in a digital version.

Isabelle Barnerias

.

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6 portraits of Savoyard sportswomen to support women’s sport in Savoie! Our department, which is the 3rd in France for the number of licensees in relation to its population, has 54,130 licensees, or around 25% of its female population!

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With his accomplice Carla Sénéchal, Margot Bocho , brand new junior world champion, forms the first women’s bobsleigh duo in ten years. In sight, a dream, or rather a stated objective: to be the first French women to participate in the Olympics and why not win a medal!

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The young Sofiane Djahafi was on trial for two days with the Crocos (Photo Boris Boutet)

Like every day from Monday to Friday, discover the essentials of Gard sports news in a few pieces of information.

Nimes Olympic

Twenty-four Crocos on the bridge. Ueda left for selection, Cubas injured and Briançon in the recovery phase did not participate in the session of the day. This was not the case either for Bratveit and Valerio, who remained in care but who should logically be operational for the reception of Valenciennes this Friday at 7 p.m. for this late match of the 21st day. While Aribi and Ferhat trained separately with Aurélien Boche, the physical trainer, twenty-four players took part in the session led by Nicolas Usaï and his assistants. We note in particular the presence of Nazih, back from injury. Nicolas Benezet, who has been training with the group for a few days was still there. For a simple fitness? ” Maybe more replied the person concerned to a child who had questioned him. Endoume striker (N3) Sofiane Djahafi trained for two days with the Crocos for a trial. Nicolas Usaï has decided to release him tomorrow.

The 24 Crocos present: Dias, Nazih, Malafosse ? Burner, Paquiez, Sainte-Luce, Guessoum, Martinez, Pontet, Zaidan, Philibert ? Delpech, Sarr, Fomba, Ponceau, Khalid, Benrahou, Eliasson, Benezet ? El Ftouhi, Omarsson, Koné, Doucouré, Jahafi.

Benrahou and Eliasson at the wand. During the day’s session, the Crocos worked on the ball exits from the sides, leading to crosses for the attackers. Direct and indirect free kicks, corners, the Nîmes also repeated their ranges on offensive and defensive set pieces under the watchful eye of Nicolas Usaï. “ The ideal when you’re in the wall, it’s to take the ball in the face, and if you’re bleeding from the nose, too bad ?, he said in particular to his players. At the baton, Benrahou and Eliasson were rather skilful. The two men also stayed at the end of the session to challenge Nazih during an exercise in front of goal in which Koné, Omarsson and Sarr also took part.

USAM Nimes Gard

Quentin Dupuy is hit in the adductors (Photo Anthony Maurin)

Paul back, Dupuy touched. After finishing second last weekend at the Saint-Raphaël tournament and enjoying two days of rest, the Usamists resumed training this morning at Parnassus. A session where coach Franck Maurice picked up two additional players: young Guéric Vincent and goalkeeper Teodor Paul, back from Euro 2022 which he played with Slovakia. The Nîmes will therefore have at least one professional goalkeeper to face the Var formation again this Saturday at home for a last preparation match. On the other hand, a new player has joined the always busy infirmary. This is Quentin Dupuy, hit in the adductors. As a reminder: Tesio, Rebichon, Gallego, Nyateu, Jakobsen, Hesham, Acquevillo are unavailable. Desbonnet participates in the Euro with the Blues who are playing a decisive match tonight against Denmark to qualify for the semi-finals.

RCN

RCN ? TOAC-TOEC highly threatened. The covid is definitely going after the good performance of the Federal 1 championship and particularly the meetings of the Rugby Club Nîmes. After the matches against Ceret (postponed to February 13), Castanet (postponed to March 20) and Saint-Sulpice (cancelled), it is the confrontation against TOAC-TOEC scheduled for Sunday which is ” highly threatened” according to Steeve Calligaro, the president of the RCN. Even if the Toulouse leaders have not yet officially requested a postponement, it should not take long. Indeed, a dozen positive cases at Covid would have been detected in the Haut-Garonne club. Faced with the accumulation of match postponements for a few weeks, the French Rugby Federation would consider postponing the final stages by two weeks to free up dates in order to update the calendar. As a result, the Saint-Sulpice ? Nîmes match which was initially canceled could therefore finally be played. For now, the Nîmes, who have not played since December 19 (victory against Graulhet 37-30), do not know if they will be able to return to competition on Sunday at Kaufmann.

Table tennis

Nîmes loses but provides the essential. Unsurprisingly, the Saint-Denis table tennis players, reigning French champions, were too strong for the ASPCN (3-1). But the point won from the outset by the Gardoise Jee is decisive: it allows the girls of Florian Habuda to finish the regular season in 9th place and start their play-downs against Schiltigheim, bottom of the championship. To maintain hopes of maintenance, the Nîmes will have to win this return match. During the regular season, the Alsaciennes at home surprised the Nîmes (3-2).

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Like every day from Monday to Friday, discover the essentials of Gard sports news in a few pieces of information.

Nimes Olympic

Twenty-four Crocos on the bridge. Ueda left for selection, Cubas injured and Briançon in the recovery phase did not participate in the session of the day. This was not the case either for Bratveit and Valerio, who remained in care but who should logically be operational for the reception of Valenciennes this Friday at 7 p.m. for this late match of the 21st day. While Aribi and Ferhat trained separately with Aurélien Boche, the physical trainer, twenty-four players took part in the session led by Nicolas Usaï and his assistants. We note in particular the presence of Nazih, back from injury. Nicolas Benezet, who has been training with the group for a few days was still there. For a simple fitness? ” Maybe more replied the person concerned to a child who had questioned him. Endoume striker (N3) Sofiane Djahafi trained for two days with the Crocos for a trial. Nicolas Usaï has decided to release him tomorrow.

The 24 Crocos present: Dias, Nazih, Malafosse ? Burner, Paquiez, Sainte-Luce, Guessoum, Martinez, Pontet, Zaidan, Philibert ? Delpech, Sarr, Fomba, Ponceau, Khalid, Benrahou, Eliasson, Benezet ? El Ftouhi, Omarsson, Koné, Doucouré, Jahafi.

Benrahou and Eliasson at the wand. During the day’s session, the Crocos worked on the ball exits from the sides, leading to crosses for the attackers. Direct and indirect free kicks, corners, the Nîmes also repeated their ranges on offensive and defensive set pieces under the watchful eye of Nicolas Usaï. “ The ideal when you’re in the wall, it’s to take the ball in the face, and if you’re bleeding from the nose, too bad ?, he said in particular to his players. At the baton, Benrahou and Eliasson were rather skilful. The two men also stayed at the end of the session to challenge Nazih during an exercise in front of goal in which Koné, Omarsson and Sarr also took part.

USAM Nimes Gard

Quentin Dupuy is hit in the adductors (Photo Anthony Maurin)

Paul back, Dupuy touched. After finishing second last weekend at the Saint-Raphaël tournament and enjoying two days of rest, the Usamists resumed training this morning at Parnassus. A session where coach Franck Maurice picked up two additional players: young Guéric Vincent and goalkeeper Teodor Paul, back from Euro 2022 which he played with Slovakia. The Nîmes will therefore have at least one professional goalkeeper to face the Var formation again this Saturday at home for a last preparation match. On the other hand, a new player has joined the always busy infirmary. This is Quentin Dupuy, hit in the adductors. As a reminder: Tesio, Rebichon, Gallego, Nyateu, Jakobsen, Hesham, Acquevillo are unavailable. Desbonnet participates in the Euro with the Blues who are playing a decisive match tonight against Denmark to qualify for the semi-finals.

RCN

RCN ? TOAC-TOEC highly threatened. The covid is definitely going after the good performance of the Federal 1 championship and particularly the meetings of the Rugby Club Nîmes. After the matches against Ceret (postponed to February 13), Castanet (postponed to March 20) and Saint-Sulpice (cancelled), it is the confrontation against TOAC-TOEC scheduled for Sunday which is ” highly threatened” according to Steeve Calligaro, the president of the RCN. Even if the Toulouse leaders have not yet officially requested a postponement, it should not take long. Indeed, a dozen positive cases at Covid would have been detected in the Haut-Garonne club. Faced with the accumulation of match postponements for a few weeks, the French Rugby Federation would consider postponing the final stages by two weeks to free up dates in order to update the calendar. As a result, the Saint-Sulpice ? Nîmes match which was initially canceled could therefore finally be played. For now, the Nîmes, who have not played since December 19 (victory against Graulhet 37-30), do not know if they will be able to return to competition on Sunday at Kaufmann.

Table tennis

Nîmes loses but provides the essential. Unsurprisingly, the Saint-Denis table tennis players, reigning French champions, were too strong for the ASPCN (3-1). But the point won from the outset by the Gardoise Jee is decisive: it allows the girls of Florian Habuda to finish the regular season in 9th place and start their play-downs against Schiltigheim, bottom of the championship. To maintain hopes of maintenance, the Nîmes will have to win this return match. During the regular season, the Alsaciennes at home surprised the Nîmes (3-2).

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January 24, 2022 is International Women’s Sports Day. This was created in 2014 by the Superior Audiovisual Council and the French National Olympic and Sports Committee and aimed “to allow women’s sport to gain visibility and contribute to its better representation in the media”. Béatrice Knoepfler, co-president of Bordeaux Mérignac Volley, signs a platform to testify to the persistence of sexist prejudices accompanying the practice of sport by women, and denounces the inequalities of treatment with men, including the invisibilization of sportswomen in the media.

Here is one of the official photos of the 2021-2022 season representing the Bordeaux Mérignac Volley (BMV) team, which plays in the Elite championship, the second national division.

When it was broadcast, observers were moved by the absence of a smile from the players. It was, according to them, ?a pity?, even ?they make the mouth! “.

Translate: they do not correspond to the representation that we have of women and, by extension, of sportswomen. Because, in this representation housed in the collective imagination, itself housed in the tradition of perception of the feminine, women must smile in the photos.

Do you like to experiment? Ask any woman or young girl how many times she’s been called out to by a stranger on the street saying, “Well, aren’t we giving a little smile?!” As if it were perfectly obvious that a woman has to smile all the time, anytime – and on demand if she doesn’t inadvertently wander around with her teeth out – to satisfy the need for female embodiment that arises. builds an unknown. Who considers, by the way, that this smile is due to him.

It’s exactly the same with this photo.

The Pink Peril

In another style of representation, each sports club has a logo. When Valérie Pull and I were elected co-presidents of BMV, one of the very first actions was to change the club’s logo. The latter was available in pink, like the vast majority of women’s team sports club logos.

Again, a small emotion took hold of some observers. The more daring lamented this change, deeming burgundy and navy blue too dark, while pink was so ?bright? and ?suitable?. And, there again, for a lot of people, women’s sport = pink. By touch or solid: roses, outfits, roses, logos.

If we take a look at the symbolism of colors, we learn that pink is associated with romanticism and femininity. For a big bundle of dated spirits, it’s the color for girls (versus blue for boys). And if we look a little closer, we understand that sportswomen must retain this part of visible femininity, so as not to destabilize the representation that we have of them as women. However, it is quite rare for a player to declaim Ronsard under an umbrella when planting an attack in the opposing field.

Behave ?

I pass on the institutionalized sexualization of the body of sportswomen who must still and always fight for the right to wear the outfits of their choice (cf. the fine of 1500? imposed on the Norwegian beach hand ball team by the discipline of the European Handball Federation for having played in shorts and not in a regulatory bikini during the Tokyo Olympics in 2021). I still remember the reflection of a lady during an event linked to the club: she thought it indecent that the logo of a partner was affixed to the back of the players’ shorts and asked me about the compatibility with our positions described as “feminist”. This same logo is on the buttocks of Union Bordeaux Bègles rugby players without raising the slightest question about the hypersexualization of their bodies.

The problem does not come from the outfit, it comes from the way it is perceived and, in short, it is ok on the buttocks of rugby players, but it is indecent on those of volleyball players.

Women’s sport is thus subject to very entrenched representations and suffers, paradoxically, from a lack of?representation in the media, what is also called media representativeness.

Do we say male sport?

Pile what aims to democratize the International Day of Women’s Sport on January 24. There are in this day – beyond the laudable intention – two problems:

The first is the ephemeral side of the Single Day, which encloses “women’s sport” in the big family of what is considered a minority. Athletes are not a minority. Women are not a minority: they make up 51.6% of the French population (INSEE as of 1is January 2019).

The second is this permanent denomination: women’s sport. Have you ever heard of “men’s sport”?

I offer you a new experience: read, listen, watch sports news. You will never hear “men’s football, league 1”, nor “European men’s handball championship” (currently in progress). Nor ever “masculine” behind any sport info practiced by men. Because it is culturally anchored, and especially in the journalistic treatment very mainly carried out by men, that sport is masculine.

It is implicitly considered the norm, hence the systematic ?feminine? specification when it is practiced by women. From this tradition stems the unequal treatment of sport and the low place given to sportswomen.

Persistent inequalities

And when this inequality of treatment is pointed out, the authors object to the archaic excuse of the number of licensees and omit the well-known mercantile argument: “It’s the men who like sport and we serve them what they like , so they buy. »

For the record, the role of the journalist is to inform about the reality on the ground. Lands. These grounds are also occupied by women, professional sportswomen and high-level sportswomen. And not just on January 24. Behind this unequal treatment, there is nothing less than the evidence of persistent inequalities between women and men.

Because it’s not “only” sport, it’s a translation ? among all the others in force in society ? of the desire to make women invisible and to work, by cultural tradition with old pompoms, to mark a territory which nevertheless belongs as much to some as to some.

Beatrice Knoepfler
Director of editorial communication, co-president of Bordeaux Mérignac Volley

Subscribe or offer a subscription to allow Rue89 Bordeaux to expand its writing!

) [summary] => January 24, 2022 is International Women’s Sports Day. This was created in 2014 by the... [atom_content] =>

January 24, 2022 is International Women’s Sports Day. This was created in 2014 by the Superior Audiovisual Council and the French National Olympic and Sports Committee and aimed “to allow women’s sport to gain visibility and contribute to its better representation in the media”. Béatrice Knoepfler, co-president of Bordeaux Mérignac Volley, signs a platform to testify to the persistence of sexist prejudices accompanying the practice of sport by women, and denounces the inequalities of treatment with men, including the invisibilization of sportswomen in the media.

Here is one of the official photos of the 2021-2022 season representing the Bordeaux Mérignac Volley (BMV) team, which plays in the Elite championship, the second national division.

When it was broadcast, observers were moved by the absence of a smile from the players. It was, according to them, ?a pity?, even ?they make the mouth! “.

Translate: they do not correspond to the representation that we have of women and, by extension, of sportswomen. Because, in this representation housed in the collective imagination, itself housed in the tradition of perception of the feminine, women must smile in the photos.

Do you like to experiment? Ask any woman or young girl how many times she’s been called out to by a stranger on the street saying, “Well, aren’t we giving a little smile?!” As if it were perfectly obvious that a woman has to smile all the time, anytime – and on demand if she doesn’t inadvertently wander around with her teeth out – to satisfy the need for female embodiment that arises. builds an unknown. Who considers, by the way, that this smile is due to him.

It’s exactly the same with this photo.

The Pink Peril

In another style of representation, each sports club has a logo. When Valérie Pull and I were elected co-presidents of BMV, one of the very first actions was to change the club’s logo. The latter was available in pink, like the vast majority of women’s team sports club logos.

Again, a small emotion took hold of some observers. The more daring lamented this change, deeming burgundy and navy blue too dark, while pink was so ?bright? and ?suitable?. And, there again, for a lot of people, women’s sport = pink. By touch or solid: roses, outfits, roses, logos.

If we take a look at the symbolism of colors, we learn that pink is associated with romanticism and femininity. For a big bundle of dated spirits, it’s the color for girls (versus blue for boys). And if we look a little closer, we understand that sportswomen must retain this part of visible femininity, so as not to destabilize the representation that we have of them as women. However, it is quite rare for a player to declaim Ronsard under an umbrella when planting an attack in the opposing field.

Behave ?

I pass on the institutionalized sexualization of the body of sportswomen who must still and always fight for the right to wear the outfits of their choice (cf. the fine of 1500? imposed on the Norwegian beach hand ball team by the discipline of the European Handball Federation for having played in shorts and not in a regulatory bikini during the Tokyo Olympics in 2021). I still remember the reflection of a lady during an event linked to the club: she thought it indecent that the logo of a partner was affixed to the back of the players’ shorts and asked me about the compatibility with our positions described as “feminist”. This same logo is on the buttocks of Union Bordeaux Bègles rugby players without raising the slightest question about the hypersexualization of their bodies.

The problem does not come from the outfit, it comes from the way it is perceived and, in short, it is ok on the buttocks of rugby players, but it is indecent on those of volleyball players.

Women’s sport is thus subject to very entrenched representations and suffers, paradoxically, from a lack of?representation in the media, what is also called media representativeness.

Do we say male sport?

Pile what aims to democratize the International Day of Women’s Sport on January 24. There are in this day – beyond the laudable intention – two problems:

The first is the ephemeral side of the Single Day, which encloses “women’s sport” in the big family of what is considered a minority. Athletes are not a minority. Women are not a minority: they make up 51.6% of the French population (INSEE as of 1is January 2019).

The second is this permanent denomination: women’s sport. Have you ever heard of “men’s sport”?

I offer you a new experience: read, listen, watch sports news. You will never hear “men’s football, league 1”, nor “European men’s handball championship” (currently in progress). Nor ever “masculine” behind any sport info practiced by men. Because it is culturally anchored, and especially in the journalistic treatment very mainly carried out by men, that sport is masculine.

It is implicitly considered the norm, hence the systematic ?feminine? specification when it is practiced by women. From this tradition stems the unequal treatment of sport and the low place given to sportswomen.

Persistent inequalities

And when this inequality of treatment is pointed out, the authors object to the archaic excuse of the number of licensees and omit the well-known mercantile argument: “It’s the men who like sport and we serve them what they like , so they buy. »

For the record, the role of the journalist is to inform about the reality on the ground. Lands. These grounds are also occupied by women, professional sportswomen and high-level sportswomen. And not just on January 24. Behind this unequal treatment, there is nothing less than the evidence of persistent inequalities between women and men.

Because it’s not “only” sport, it’s a translation ? among all the others in force in society ? of the desire to make women invisible and to work, by cultural tradition with old pompoms, to mark a territory which nevertheless belongs as much to some as to some.

Beatrice Knoepfler
Director of editorial communication, co-president of Bordeaux Mérignac Volley

Subscribe or offer a subscription to allow Rue89 Bordeaux to expand its writing!

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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

updated on Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Some say cardio is the ultimate calorie burner, while others swear by strength training for weight loss. When is it really?

We all dream of losing weight and having a flat stomach, but unless we have recourse to aesthetic medicine techniques, we have to go through the sport box. Besides diets, exercise is one of the most common strategies used by people trying to shed unwanted pounds. It helps burn calories, which plays a key role in weight loss.

In addition to helping you lose weight, exercise has been linked to many other benefits, including better mood, stronger bones, and reduced risk of many chronic diseases.

Weight loss: Lots of simple exercises to do at home

If the pandemic hasn’t really done your waistline a favor, you’re not the only one: According to a study, the French gained an average of two kilos per month during the 2020 confinements.

You’ve probably heard that in order to lose weight, you need to create a calorie deficit. To reduce calories, you can eat less, but training also plays an important role.

But what are the best workouts for weight loss? We consulted trainers to bring you this guide to the 9 best workouts for weight loss. And yes, you can do many of them COVID-safe!

Also read:




Marie France, women’s magazine

) [summary] => Margaux Ponthieux Wednesday, January 26, 2022 updated on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 Walk Walking is... [atom_content] =>


Wednesday, January 26, 2022

updated on Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Some say cardio is the ultimate calorie burner, while others swear by strength training for weight loss. When is it really?

We all dream of losing weight and having a flat stomach, but unless we have recourse to aesthetic medicine techniques, we have to go through the sport box. Besides diets, exercise is one of the most common strategies used by people trying to shed unwanted pounds. It helps burn calories, which plays a key role in weight loss.

In addition to helping you lose weight, exercise has been linked to many other benefits, including better mood, stronger bones, and reduced risk of many chronic diseases.

Weight loss: Lots of simple exercises to do at home

If the pandemic hasn’t really done your waistline a favor, you’re not the only one: According to a study, the French gained an average of two kilos per month during the 2020 confinements.

You’ve probably heard that in order to lose weight, you need to create a calorie deficit. To reduce calories, you can eat less, but training also plays an important role.

But what are the best workouts for weight loss? We consulted trainers to bring you this guide to the 9 best workouts for weight loss. And yes, you can do many of them COVID-safe!

Also read:




Marie France, women’s magazine

[date_timestamp] => 1643210813 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => International Day of Women?s Sport ? Clermont Foot [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/international-day-of-womens-sport-clermont-foot/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Wed, 26 Jan 2022 14:24:03 +0000 [category] => SportingsClermontdayFootinternationalsportWomens [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/international-day-of-womens-sport-clermont-foot/ [description] => This January 24 is celebrated the sporting activity for women. The opportunity to highlight the... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

This January 24 is celebrated the sporting activity for women. The opportunity to highlight the work carried out within the women’s section of our club, which for the first season, registers more than 140 players. In its eighth season of existence, girls represent more than 30% of Clermont Foot 63 licensees.

From 5 years old, the club offers a practice for all, with weekly training and teams in all existing categories. An exception in the “Auvergnat” territory and a place in the top 5 clubs with the most licensees in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes league, the first region of France in terms of practitioners. About thirty girls under 9 practice every Wednesday afternoon and some Saturday mornings.

The U13 and U15 women, coached by senior graduate players Justine Eyraud and Marion Rabeyrolles play in men’s championships. They have just finished first in their pool and each get a promotion to D3!

The first senior team has a 7-point lead over the second and hopes to quickly validate this position synonymous with the D2 accession dam. The players coached by Quentin Vaillant have just won two mid-season friendly matches, against Auxerre (2-1) and Bourges (7-2), two other contenders for the climb. Faiza Houmadi (on the right of the photo), trained at the club and living in the Croix-Neyrat district of Clermont-Ferrand, is having his best season with 4 new goals in these two games.

The reserve still holds its rank by dominating the R2F championship. The young U18F, second in the regional ranking, are still in the race for the national U19 accession play-offs.

We would like to thank all the partners for providing a quality welcome for this women’s section which trains on the Gabriel Montpied and Camille Leclanché complexes. The city of Clermont-FD, Clermont Auvergne Métropole and our sponsors: Crédit Mutuel, Coudert transport and the Sport Féminin & Co association. Finally, thank you also to all of our educators and volunteers for their unfailing commitment .

Find on this link the workforce of the female R1

As well as the different rankings here

The club will organize an ?open door / detection? day for 5-13 year olds during the February holidays.
Information: Yvan Charvillat
06 81 43 01 59 yvan.charvillat@clermontfoot.com

) [summary] => This January 24 is celebrated the sporting activity for women. The opportunity to highlight the... [atom_content] =>

This January 24 is celebrated the sporting activity for women. The opportunity to highlight the work carried out within the women’s section of our club, which for the first season, registers more than 140 players. In its eighth season of existence, girls represent more than 30% of Clermont Foot 63 licensees.

From 5 years old, the club offers a practice for all, with weekly training and teams in all existing categories. An exception in the “Auvergnat” territory and a place in the top 5 clubs with the most licensees in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes league, the first region of France in terms of practitioners. About thirty girls under 9 practice every Wednesday afternoon and some Saturday mornings.

The U13 and U15 women, coached by senior graduate players Justine Eyraud and Marion Rabeyrolles play in men’s championships. They have just finished first in their pool and each get a promotion to D3!

The first senior team has a 7-point lead over the second and hopes to quickly validate this position synonymous with the D2 accession dam. The players coached by Quentin Vaillant have just won two mid-season friendly matches, against Auxerre (2-1) and Bourges (7-2), two other contenders for the climb. Faiza Houmadi (on the right of the photo), trained at the club and living in the Croix-Neyrat district of Clermont-Ferrand, is having his best season with 4 new goals in these two games.

The reserve still holds its rank by dominating the R2F championship. The young U18F, second in the regional ranking, are still in the race for the national U19 accession play-offs.

We would like to thank all the partners for providing a quality welcome for this women’s section which trains on the Gabriel Montpied and Camille Leclanché complexes. The city of Clermont-FD, Clermont Auvergne Métropole and our sponsors: Crédit Mutuel, Coudert transport and the Sport Féminin & Co association. Finally, thank you also to all of our educators and volunteers for their unfailing commitment .

Find on this link the workforce of the female R1

As well as the different rankings here

The club will organize an ?open door / detection? day for 5-13 year olds during the February holidays.
Information: Yvan Charvillat
06 81 43 01 59 yvan.charvillat@clermontfoot.com

[date_timestamp] => 1643207043 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Mercedes-AMG SL: here is the incredible story of the new sports convertible born in California and which spins at 315 km/h [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/mercedes-amg-sl-here-is-the-incredible-story-of-the-new-sports-convertible-born-in-california-and-which-spins-at-315-km-h/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Wed, 26 Jan 2022 12:20:29 +0000 [category] => SportingsautomobilesbornCaliforniaconvertibleIncrediblekmhmercedes benzMercedesAMGspinssportsstory [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/mercedes-amg-sl-here-is-the-incredible-story-of-the-new-sports-convertible-born-in-california-and-which-spins-at-315-km-h/ [description] => When we left Interstate 5 in the direction of Carlsbad at the wheel of the... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

When we left Interstate 5 in the direction of Carlsbad at the wheel of the Mercedes-AMG SL 63 4Matic+ that we were testing, the beautiful sports car must have felt like coming home. Because it was here, in the Advanced Exterior Design Studio at Mercedes, that it all started. It was here that Christopher Thoms, Senior Creative Designer, took his pencil and put his own vision for the new SL to paper, a project that would win the internal competition and serve as the basis for the first SL entirely developed by AMG in Affalterbach.

Capturing the spirit of the legendary 300 SL

We go through the back door ? Carlsbad Design Studio’s only entrance for cars ? and of course discretion is key, and even a top priority. Like a luxury hotel that says nothing about its famous guests, total discretion reigns here over the projects under development: in Carlsbad, we know well before anyone else what will roll on the roads of the world in three or four years ? no wonder the design team won’t let us see it all on our date. Behind some sketches of the Mercedes-AMG SL, a long black curtain protects the design of a secret project from our prying eyes. After the presentation of Mercedes’ latest show car at the Consumer Electronics Show 2022 in Las Vegas, we imagine: is it the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX? This electric concept car was also designed in Carlsbad.

GQ visits the Mercedes Design Studio in Carlsbad, the birthplace of the new Mercedes-AMG SL.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG

The studio is a large, bright room, with the employees’ workstations positioned along the walls. No windows, everything is immersed in the white light of innumerable ceiling lights, and mirrors visually lengthen the room ? we are definitely on a sleek design. The model is in the center, visible from all offices. So everyone can immediately see where the rest of the team is at.

But before filling, sanding and polishing the Mercedes-AMG SL, it was already necessary to win the internal competition of Mercedes designers from all over the world. The objective of Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer of Daimler AG, was clear: to capture the spirit of the legendary 300 SL, which was also produced as a production sports car from 1954 under the internal designation W198.

Christopher Thoms won the internal tender with his project.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG
Christopher Thoms drew the first lines of the Mercedes-AMG SL and thus laid the foundation stone for the current design of the Mercedes-AMG SL.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG

After having imposed himself within his studio, Christopher Thoms put his project in competition with the other Advanced Design studios of Sindelfingen, Beijing, Nice… with success: the Carlsbad Design Studio was thus entrusted with the reissue of the one of the most iconic models in the Mercedes range. The champagne corks popped! Then came the fine-tuning stage, in constant exchange with the Head of Design and always following Gorden Wagener’s philosophy of sensual clarity. Some details of the current Mercedes-AMG SL have also hardly changed between the original concept and series production, such as the extremely flat LED taillights, one of the big highlights according to Thoms.

Together with fellow designer Eugen Enns, Christopher Thoms (front) fine-tunes the look of the Mercedes-AMG SL.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG
From the first draft to today, the new SL has hardly changed.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG
The rear of the Mercedes-AMG SL is particularly noteworthy. The particular highlight for the designer Thoms is the rear with the flat LED lights.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG

But the designers may also have taken advantage of the fact that this eighth generation of the Mercedes SL was designed from scratch. The raw structure, for example: “Not a single component comes from the previous model or from another model like the AMG GT Roadster”, assures the car manufacturer. The designers thus had more freedom and were able to give the new 2+2-seater a sporty and fresh look, without losing sight of the original SL. The AMG radiator shroud, with its 14 vertical slats and the two Powerdomes on the engine cover, are just two of the many reminiscences of the first generation SL from 1952 (the W194).

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) [summary] => When we left Interstate 5 in the direction of Carlsbad at the wheel of the... [atom_content] =>

When we left Interstate 5 in the direction of Carlsbad at the wheel of the Mercedes-AMG SL 63 4Matic+ that we were testing, the beautiful sports car must have felt like coming home. Because it was here, in the Advanced Exterior Design Studio at Mercedes, that it all started. It was here that Christopher Thoms, Senior Creative Designer, took his pencil and put his own vision for the new SL to paper, a project that would win the internal competition and serve as the basis for the first SL entirely developed by AMG in Affalterbach.

Capturing the spirit of the legendary 300 SL

We go through the back door ? Carlsbad Design Studio’s only entrance for cars ? and of course discretion is key, and even a top priority. Like a luxury hotel that says nothing about its famous guests, total discretion reigns here over the projects under development: in Carlsbad, we know well before anyone else what will roll on the roads of the world in three or four years ? no wonder the design team won’t let us see it all on our date. Behind some sketches of the Mercedes-AMG SL, a long black curtain protects the design of a secret project from our prying eyes. After the presentation of Mercedes’ latest show car at the Consumer Electronics Show 2022 in Las Vegas, we imagine: is it the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX? This electric concept car was also designed in Carlsbad.

GQ visits the Mercedes Design Studio in Carlsbad, the birthplace of the new Mercedes-AMG SL.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG

The studio is a large, bright room, with the employees’ workstations positioned along the walls. No windows, everything is immersed in the white light of innumerable ceiling lights, and mirrors visually lengthen the room ? we are definitely on a sleek design. The model is in the center, visible from all offices. So everyone can immediately see where the rest of the team is at.

But before filling, sanding and polishing the Mercedes-AMG SL, it was already necessary to win the internal competition of Mercedes designers from all over the world. The objective of Gorden Wagener, Chief Design Officer of Daimler AG, was clear: to capture the spirit of the legendary 300 SL, which was also produced as a production sports car from 1954 under the internal designation W198.

Christopher Thoms won the internal tender with his project.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG
Christopher Thoms drew the first lines of the Mercedes-AMG SL and thus laid the foundation stone for the current design of the Mercedes-AMG SL.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG

After having imposed himself within his studio, Christopher Thoms put his project in competition with the other Advanced Design studios of Sindelfingen, Beijing, Nice… with success: the Carlsbad Design Studio was thus entrusted with the reissue of the one of the most iconic models in the Mercedes range. The champagne corks popped! Then came the fine-tuning stage, in constant exchange with the Head of Design and always following Gorden Wagener’s philosophy of sensual clarity. Some details of the current Mercedes-AMG SL have also hardly changed between the original concept and series production, such as the extremely flat LED taillights, one of the big highlights according to Thoms.

Together with fellow designer Eugen Enns, Christopher Thoms (front) fine-tunes the look of the Mercedes-AMG SL.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG
From the first draft to today, the new SL has hardly changed.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG
The rear of the Mercedes-AMG SL is particularly noteworthy. The particular highlight for the designer Thoms is the rear with the flat LED lights.© Deniz Calagan/Daimler AG

But the designers may also have taken advantage of the fact that this eighth generation of the Mercedes SL was designed from scratch. The raw structure, for example: “Not a single component comes from the previous model or from another model like the AMG GT Roadster”, assures the car manufacturer. The designers thus had more freedom and were able to give the new 2+2-seater a sporty and fresh look, without losing sight of the original SL. The AMG radiator shroud, with its 14 vertical slats and the two Powerdomes on the engine cover, are just two of the many reminiscences of the first generation SL from 1952 (the W194).

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[date_timestamp] => 1643199629 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => A week to instill a taste for sport, while waiting for Paris 2024 [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/a-week-to-instill-a-taste-for-sport-while-waiting-for-paris-2024/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Wed, 26 Jan 2022 10:43:37 +0000 [category] => SportingsinstillParissporttastewaitingWeek [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/a-week-to-instill-a-taste-for-sport-while-waiting-for-paris-2024/ [description] => Enabling Mulhouse schoolchildren to discover different sports and meet athletes is the objective of Olympic... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Enabling Mulhouse schoolchildren to discover different sports and meet athletes is the objective of Olympic and Paralympic Week, which takes place at the Regional Sports Centre.

?How many medals do you have? How do you transport your horses? On their birthday, what do they eat? » The questions were flying this Tuesday morning, in the auditorium of the Regional Sports Center (CSRA), where a class of CP from the Illberg school met the disabled rider Cloé Mislin, after a volleyball session and before a gym class? ?The goal is to introduce people to my sport and tell them to move to stay in shape. This message resonates all the more for me, for whom sport is life-saving and allows me to stay in good health?, explains Cloé Mislin, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease and who is aiming in particular to qualify for the Paralympic Games in Paris in 2024.

“Give them a taste for sport”

And it is precisely thanks to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and the Generation 2024 label, which aims to develop bridges between the school world and the sports movement, that a good twenty Mulhouse classes can discover the sports world this week. ?The objective is to make them meet local athletes or not, explains Jean-Michel Dauce, educational advisor in physical education and sports, who coordinates this week. Some were able to meet the disabled swimmer Béatrice Hess, others did visio with champions like Alain Bernard (swimming) or Margot Pinot (judo). But the goal is also for them to practice sports and meet associations, to give them a taste for sport, while promoting Paris 2024! »

Self-transcendence and respect for the rules

And if, according to the pedagogical adviser, “Children do less sport in general and since the pandemic, it’s even worse”, you just have to push open the doors of the CSRA gymnasium to realize that the desire and the need to exercise are always present among these CP students from the Illberg school. On the program for this hour of gym led by Sophie Etterlen, from the Haut-Rhin Departmental Gymnastics Committee, an agility course in the form of a race, which delights children. “They move a lot, it’s important to develop their motor skills, says their teacher, Anne Roussel. This also allows them to understand the values ??of sport, team spirit, self-transcendence, but also respect for the rules and the opponent, while discovering new disciplines. A mother told me that she hopes her daughter will find happiness, it’s good to allow them to try several disciplines! »

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Enabling Mulhouse schoolchildren to discover different sports and meet athletes is the objective of Olympic and Paralympic Week, which takes place at the Regional Sports Centre.

?How many medals do you have? How do you transport your horses? On their birthday, what do they eat? » The questions were flying this Tuesday morning, in the auditorium of the Regional Sports Center (CSRA), where a class of CP from the Illberg school met the disabled rider Cloé Mislin, after a volleyball session and before a gym class? ?The goal is to introduce people to my sport and tell them to move to stay in shape. This message resonates all the more for me, for whom sport is life-saving and allows me to stay in good health?, explains Cloé Mislin, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease and who is aiming in particular to qualify for the Paralympic Games in Paris in 2024.

“Give them a taste for sport”

And it is precisely thanks to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and the Generation 2024 label, which aims to develop bridges between the school world and the sports movement, that a good twenty Mulhouse classes can discover the sports world this week. ?The objective is to make them meet local athletes or not, explains Jean-Michel Dauce, educational advisor in physical education and sports, who coordinates this week. Some were able to meet the disabled swimmer Béatrice Hess, others did visio with champions like Alain Bernard (swimming) or Margot Pinot (judo). But the goal is also for them to practice sports and meet associations, to give them a taste for sport, while promoting Paris 2024! »

Self-transcendence and respect for the rules

And if, according to the pedagogical adviser, “Children do less sport in general and since the pandemic, it’s even worse”, you just have to push open the doors of the CSRA gymnasium to realize that the desire and the need to exercise are always present among these CP students from the Illberg school. On the program for this hour of gym led by Sophie Etterlen, from the Haut-Rhin Departmental Gymnastics Committee, an agility course in the form of a race, which delights children. “They move a lot, it’s important to develop their motor skills, says their teacher, Anne Roussel. This also allows them to understand the values ??of sport, team spirit, self-transcendence, but also respect for the rules and the opponent, while discovering new disciplines. A mother told me that she hopes her daughter will find happiness, it’s good to allow them to try several disciplines! »

[date_timestamp] => 1643193817 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => SAINT-FIRMIN: Work on the indoor sports ground will begin in mid-March 2022 [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/saint-firmin-work-on-the-indoor-sports-ground-will-begin-in-mid-march-2022/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Wed, 26 Jan 2022 02:26:35 +0000 [category] => SportingsgroundindoormidMarchSAINTFIRMINsportsWork [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/sports/saint-firmin-work-on-the-indoor-sports-ground-will-begin-in-mid-march-2022/ [description] => The covered sports ground could be delivered in January 2023. A new “orange” dumpster has... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The covered sports ground could be delivered in January 2023.

A new “orange” dumpster has been installed on Place de Bouvier. You can put big boxes in there.

It is now a certainty, the covered sports ground project will materialize in 2022. Monday evening during the meeting of the municipal council, Georges Lacour recalled that during the previous meeting, five work packages out of 10 had been declared unsuccessful and that this Monday was to examine the results of the new consultation: “The new offers concerning the five unsuccessful positions arrived on January 7, they were sent to the economist on January 10 and finally, they arrived this Monday morning at the town hall?? made a point of specifying the mayor of the commune.

After the presentation of the new offers, the elected officials voted in favor of the mayor signing the works contracts. Which implies that they should start in the 2nd week of March 2022, after some adjustments with certain companies. The covered sports ground could therefore be delivered at the very beginning of 2023. ?If all goes well, knowing that companies are currently encountering supply difficulties?? specified Georges Lacour.
In terms of financing, the total amount of work (10 lots) now amounts to ?737,136 (instead of ?804,549 previously) for an overall envelope of ?840,000 with nearly ?400,000 in aid: “We arrives at ?320,000 in aid today and we are still hoping for a subsidy of ?25,000 from the Department and ?35,000 from the French tennis federation?? recalled the mayor who then cited the aid already obtained with the DETR (equipment for rural territories) 2021 of ?150,000, the Region for ?144,000 and the Department (in 2020) for the sum of ?25,000.

THROUGHOUT THE FILES

2022 DETR Grant Application

The municipality has the possibility of positioning the extension of the micro-nursery to apply for aid within the framework of the DETR 2022. Several offers of work ranging from ?28,000 to ?62,800 have been received at the town hall for enlarge the existing structure and improve the reception capacity which will increase to 12 children instead of the current 10.
To date, nothing is stopped, the mayor wishes to review the companies. A request for a DETR grant of ?40,000 will be requested for this extension, which could materialize at the end of the year or in 2023.
The request for assistance must be made before February 18, 2022.

Maintenance of rural roads

The municipality has submitted a file to the CUCM in order to benefit from the ?maintenance of rural roads? competition fund. The CUCM authorized the conclusion of a support fund agreement with the municipality and the payment of the sum of ?4,882. It was necessary to deliberate in order to benefit from the payment of the support fund.
The council agreed. The municipality will receive the sum of ?4,882 under the ?maintenance of rural roads? competition fund.

Points voluntary contributions

After a relative calm, it seems that several incivilities (wild deposits) have been noted at the Saint-Privé collection point. The CUCM is aware of these problems and plans to put up an information panel to raise awareness among the inhabitants of the area. Reminder: the incivilities observed are liable to fines.
Concerning the waste collection point on the Place de Bouvier, Georges Lacour pointed out the presence of a new ORANGE color skip which can accommodate large boxes.

Library

The municipal library located in Bouvier is now open on Thursdays from 3 to 5 p.m.

Bulletin municipal

At the end of the meeting, Georges Lacour warmly congratulated Charles-Edouard Véron and the editorial team for the quality of the content of the new municipal bulletin.

J-C.P

) [summary] => The covered sports ground could be delivered in January 2023. A new “orange” dumpster has... [atom_content] =>

The covered sports ground could be delivered in January 2023.

A new “orange” dumpster has been installed on Place de Bouvier. You can put big boxes in there.

It is now a certainty, the covered sports ground project will materialize in 2022. Monday evening during the meeting of the municipal council, Georges Lacour recalled that during the previous meeting, five work packages out of 10 had been declared unsuccessful and that this Monday was to examine the results of the new consultation: “The new offers concerning the five unsuccessful positions arrived on January 7, they were sent to the economist on January 10 and finally, they arrived this Monday morning at the town hall?? made a point of specifying the mayor of the commune.

After the presentation of the new offers, the elected officials voted in favor of the mayor signing the works contracts. Which implies that they should start in the 2nd week of March 2022, after some adjustments with certain companies. The covered sports ground could therefore be delivered at the very beginning of 2023. ?If all goes well, knowing that companies are currently encountering supply difficulties?? specified Georges Lacour.
In terms of financing, the total amount of work (10 lots) now amounts to ?737,136 (instead of ?804,549 previously) for an overall envelope of ?840,000 with nearly ?400,000 in aid: “We arrives at ?320,000 in aid today and we are still hoping for a subsidy of ?25,000 from the Department and ?35,000 from the French tennis federation?? recalled the mayor who then cited the aid already obtained with the DETR (equipment for rural territories) 2021 of ?150,000, the Region for ?144,000 and the Department (in 2020) for the sum of ?25,000.

THROUGHOUT THE FILES

2022 DETR Grant Application

The municipality has the possibility of positioning the extension of the micro-nursery to apply for aid within the framework of the DETR 2022. Several offers of work ranging from ?28,000 to ?62,800 have been received at the town hall for enlarge the existing structure and improve the reception capacity which will increase to 12 children instead of the current 10.
To date, nothing is stopped, the mayor wishes to review the companies. A request for a DETR grant of ?40,000 will be requested for this extension, which could materialize at the end of the year or in 2023.
The request for assistance must be made before February 18, 2022.

Maintenance of rural roads

The municipality has submitted a file to the CUCM in order to benefit from the ?maintenance of rural roads? competition fund. The CUCM authorized the conclusion of a support fund agreement with the municipality and the payment of the sum of ?4,882. It was necessary to deliberate in order to benefit from the payment of the support fund.
The council agreed. The municipality will receive the sum of ?4,882 under the ?maintenance of rural roads? competition fund.

Points voluntary contributions

After a relative calm, it seems that several incivilities (wild deposits) have been noted at the Saint-Privé collection point. The CUCM is aware of these problems and plans to put up an information panel to raise awareness among the inhabitants of the area. Reminder: the incivilities observed are liable to fines.
Concerning the waste collection point on the Place de Bouvier, Georges Lacour pointed out the presence of a new ORANGE color skip which can accommodate large boxes.

Library

The municipal library located in Bouvier is now open on Thursdays from 3 to 5 p.m.

Bulletin municipal

At the end of the meeting, Georges Lacour warmly congratulated Charles-Edouard Véron and the editorial team for the quality of the content of the new municipal bulletin.

J-C.P

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