Shock between Nanterre and Monaco, gym at the Accor-Arena, tennis in the spotlight … your sports weekend in Ile-de-France

Continuing the previous season, before each weekend, Le Parisien presents a selection of issues and events not to be missed in Ile-de-France. Overview.

Weekend event: Boulogne-Levallois, Nanterre and Paris resume

Basketball. No time to savor. to ask. On Sunday evening, France won the silver medal at the Eurobasket Championships in Germany. Five days later, on Friday evening, Vincent Colette was once again on the court to mark the resumption of Betclic Elite, the French championship. The Blues coach is also the head coach of Metropolitans 92. FC Boulogne Levallois is moving to Gravelines for the first day. A special precedent for the coach who did not participate in the summer preparation campaign. This season the Mets present one of the most exciting teams in the tournament with a workforce of ambitious young French. The first – but not the least – is clearly the phenom Victor Wimpanyama (2.21m, age 18) who was announced as the #1 in the NBA Draft next June. In the last two warm-up games, the interior put together 34 points twice. Obviously, he will be the player to follow. Alongside him is 19-year-old Armel Traoré who was with him last year’s U19 vice world champion with Blueberries. Finally, after a season in the Australian Championship, Hugo Besson (21), drafted by the Pacers for 58th in June, found France and his father, Jean-Paul, one of Colette’s assistants.

The shocking, not-to-miss poster this weekend has to do with Nanterre welcoming the ghouls of Monaco and its host of stars and aliens (including Adrien Moerman, who has returned to France after 7 years of exile, Yakuba Ouattara and Vice European Champion Eli Okubo) in. Saturday. An assistant in the France national team, coach Pascal Donadio missed all the preparations. To make up for or reduce bad surprises, the priest Nanterre cleverly recruited with a large majority of the players who played in the French championship. Some even used to play together, like Justin Bibbins and Hamadi Ndiaye in Pau, Keith Hornsby and Miralem Halilovic in the Mets. Also note the presence of former international Edwin Jackson, independent medical worker Bastien Pinault, for a few weeks.

Paris, the third representative of Ile-de-France in Betclic, launches her season in Bourg-en-Bresse. The first test was for new American coach Will Weaver who succeeded Jean-Christophe Pratt, who was sacked over the summer. Drafted into 46th place by the Nuggets during the last NBA draft, pivotal Ismail Kamagati returned to the club where he was in the incubator for one season. The leader found Johan Bejaran and Axel Tuban. Paris also introduces into its workforce two nuggets to follow: Muhammed Diawara (19 years old) and especially the phenomenon of Kilian Malwaya (17 years old). The winger, this summer’s bronze medalist at the U-17 World Cup with France, is already in the crosshairs of the NBA franchises.

Big Possibilities: Evry deals with Mt

handball. In addition to the flight from Paris Saint-Germain to Toulouse, the fourth day of Starligue promises to be particularly exciting with a big trip for Ivry to Nantes. Led by Antonin Mehmed, third on the scoring list with 15 goals, Evry would like to upset Nantes, the authors who have made a great start to the season. Winner of the Champions Cup against Paris Saint-Germain (37-33), Nantes is the only team undefeated in all competitions with Saison-Rennes. For Creteil, on the other hand, the difficult reception for Chartres should finally make it possible to start the season after two setbacks. In Proligue, there is a derby in Ile-de-France within the program with an alluring Tremblay against boss Pontault.

Shock: The Joker is finally back against Grenoble

hockey. The Cergy-Pontoise Jokers, forced to rest due to Covid-19 cases in their ranks, were unable to play against Amiens on September 16, and then in Nice four days later. Completed again, the current second game, despite two games behind, finds competition against defending champion Grenoble on Friday. A chance to win his third game in a row since the start of the Magnus League.

Big cut for Francis and Racing Stadium, Massey for the first time

Football. The two leading rugby teams in Ile-de-France this weekend travel to very strong opponents for a fourth day of the top 14. Stade Français challenges Lyon on Saturday at 5pm at Stade Gerland, Racing 92 heads to Toulouse. 9:05 p.m. To watch pro rugby in the area, go to Ladoumègue in Massy, ​​where Essonne hosts Provence Rugby on Friday at 7:30 p.m., for the fifth day of Pro D2. Jean-Baptiste Di Martino’s players will be chasing their first victory to continue their belief in keeping it. In the lower division, the National, RC Suresnes receives one of the championship weights, Nice, this Saturday at 6 p.m. at Stade Jean Moulins.

An event not to be missed: Gratton World at Accor Arena

sports. The new French Open will be a chance to see the best gymnasts on the planet, two years before the 2024 Paris Olympics, which will be held in the same room. Nearly two hundred competitors have been announced from 38 different countries, including French headlines such as Mélanie De Jesus dos Santos or Marine Boyer. Saturday is booked for the qualifiers which will start from 1.30pm until 9.30pm. The following day, the finals will begin at 1:20 p.m., temporarily ending at 6:10 p.m.

Royal surprise: The best players in the world at the French Open

Palm game. The 2022 French Open kicks off on Saturday and tennis court fans will keep their eye out until October 2 at Paris Jeu de Paume Club, 74 ter rue Lauriston (Paris XVI). This meeting is one of the stages of the Grand Slam and will bring together the best professionals in the discipline of singles and doubles. France will be represented in particular by Mathieu Sarlange (40 years old), France’s multiple champion and currently the tenth in the world. The sport of tennis was born in France in the Middle Ages. Free entry except for the finals.

Number: 1

Canoe kayak. The first edition of the Vaires Slalom Race takes place Friday through Sunday at the Olympic Naval Stadium in Vaires-sur-Marne (Seine-et-Marne). The French national team will attend as well as the best in the world. The competition is also open to athletes classified in N 1 and N 2 in the junior and senior categories, as well as to all foreign athletes. The Vaires Slalom will be a rehearsal before the first World Cup, which will take place here in October 2023. Entertainment and concerts are scheduled during this free event.

Outdoor Activity: The Return of the Grand Rando

a trip. On Sundays, the Grande Rando is an essential meeting place for lovers of hiking, treasure hunting or exploration. Est Ensemble organizers have innovated by offering three courses (14 km, 6 km, 3 km) instead of just one previously. Many flights departing from 9 am around the Promenade des Heights and Berges de l’Ourcq, a 42 km loop from Paris to Fontenay-sous-Bois and Rosny-sous-Bois, passing through Bagnolet, Bobigny, Bondy and Le Pré – Saint-Gervais, Les Lilas, Montreuil, Noisy-le-Sec, Pantin and Romainville.

Discovery: an amateur party in Savigny-le-Temple

boxing. There are ten fights in the program for a special day of boxing at the Château de Savigny-le-Temple (Seine-et-Marne). From 11 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. this Sunday, a diverse program will present fights, conference discussions, initiatives, and workshops on boxing. Professional integration related platforms will also be created. free entry.

Curiosity: Ranella returns after 100 years

baseball. After a hundred years of inactivity, the Ranelagh Baseball Club is back in business. The first baseball club was founded in France in 1913 to 1924, and will be reborn on Sunday (2 p.m.) with an exhibition game. He will face the club from the 16th arrondissement in Paris PUC, on the French grounds at the Hippodrome d’Auteuil. Ranelagh BC, which promotes French-American friendship, did an exhibition match during the Paris Olympics…1924.

the program

Basketball. Elite BetClic (First day). Friday, 8 p.m.: Gravelines – Boulogne Levalloy. Saturday, 8 p.m.: Nanterre – Monaco (Maurice-Thorez gymnasium), Bourg-en-Bresse – Paris. National 1 (F) (the second day). Group A, Saturday, 8 p.m.: SCEAUX (1) – Stade de France (10) (Hall of Clos Saint-Marcel), Orly (4) – Lyon (12) (Robert-Desnos Gymnasium), Voyron (2) – Sanois-Saint-Grattin (9). Group B, Saturday 6pm: CENTER FÉDÉRAL (12) – FRANCONVILLE (11) (Nelson-Pailloux Insep Sports Complex in Paris XII).

handball. starlig (the third day). Friday, 8:30 p.m.: Creteil (14th place) – Chartres (8th) (Robert Oberon Gymnasium). Sunday, 5 p.m.: Nantes (2) – IVRY (4), Toulouse (9) – Paris Saint-Germain (1). Proleague (the third day). Friday, 8:30 p.m.: TREMBLAY (8) – PONTOLET (1) (Place des Sports Maurice Thorez). Saturday, 8:30 p.m.: Dijon (second) – Massey (fourth). Butanes League (the fourth day). Friday, 8:30 p.m.: Plan-de-Cuques (first) – Paris 92 (fourth).

hockey. Magnus League (The fifth day). Friday, 8:30 p.m.: CERGY-PONTOISE (2) – Grenoble (6) (Aren’Ice in Cergy).

Football. Top 14 (the third day). Saturday, 5 p.m.: Lyon (11) – French stadium (5); 9:50 pm: Toulouse (2) – Race 92 (4). Pro D 2 (The fifth day). Friday, 7:30 p.m.: Massy (16) – Provence (13) (Stadium Jules Ladomige). National (the fourth day). Saturday, 7 p.m.: SURESNES (4) – Nice (12) (Stade Jean Moulins).

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