Le Parisien has been offering a selection of sporting events in Île-de-France for a few weeks and before every weekend.
The poster for the weekend: Pontault welcomes Ivry before the playoffs
HANDBALL. The curtain for the regular season of Proligue (2nd Men’s Division) falls this Friday evening, May 20 (8:30 p.m.). The destinies of the four participating French clubs are already known: Ivry (1st before the match) secured his promotion to the Liqui Moly Starligue for several weeks; Pontault (3rd) will play the start of the playoffs on Wednesday with the aim of accompanying his neighbor Val-de-Marnais to the Elite; Tremblay (8th) and Massy (9th) are already on holiday and will return to the same level next year. This Pontault – Ivry is however a gala poster that should lead to a great show!
At Liqui Moly Starligue, PSG will continue to chase their crazy bet to end the season with many victories. The players from the capital, already secured with the title, will go to Chartres (10th) this Sunday, May 22nd, to achieve a 26th success.
The event: the Compiègne Internationals
FORMATION. Dressage, the third major equestrian discipline after the show jumping and competition, is in the spotlight from this Friday, May 20, until Sunday, at the magnificent Grand Parc equestrian stadium, located in the middle of the forest of Compiègne.
The only French stop at the CDIO5 * FEI Nations Cup circuit, the Internationaux de Compiègne is one of the most important competitions in the world, with the participation of 27 nations. The best French drivers in the world rankings will be present, as well as some foreign legends such as the German Isabell Werth, the most successful of all time with multiple Olympic (7) and world (7) titles, or the British Charlotte Dujardin, record Of the world.
The place to be: the Champs Elysees of Urban Tennis
To celebrate the start of the final draw of the Roland-Garros tournament this Sunday, May 22, everyone is invited to try out Urban Tennis on the Champs Elysées Avenue, with an introduction to this activity accessible to all. . As part of the “Paris Respire” day, the most beautiful avenue in the world will be completely pedestrianized.
For the occasion, eight tracks of 6 by 12 meters will be installed as well as three half-walled tracks in the heart of the Champs Elysées, between rue Galilée and avenue George V. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., equipped With a proper racket (21 inches), families, friends or tourists will have the opportunity to discover another way to play tennis.
BASKETBALL. A week after grilling a prankster during a frustrating defeat at the Feytiat (78-70), Sceaux will have to recover the reason for his last encounter in the final phase of the 1st Women’s National. Chris Singleton’s players can still look forward to reaching League 2 if they win this Saturday, May 21, with a minimum of 11 points difference, at Monaco.
In the first leg, the Scéennes lost 57 to 67. A difficult challenge as Sceaux will evolve without its leader Aminata Konaté (injured) – “the best player in the league in her position”, according to Singleton. “We know that the mission will not be easy, I was told that there could be 1,000 people in the room,” said President Jean-Marc Pérez. But we will put a candle in the church and fight to the end to raise this handicap by 10 points. It would be nice to see an Ile-de-France team in Ligue 2 again, especially two years before the Paris Games. »
Sceaux is the last Ile-de-France team to play at the highest level in France, the Women’s League, during the 2001-2002 season. 20 years ago …
The competition to follow: the French Foil Championship in Antony
ESGRAMA. The Hauts-de-Seine club organizes this weekend individually (Saturday, from 8 am, Éric Tabarly sports complex, the final of the French Foil Championship (N 1, N 2, N 3), rue de l’Annapurna) and in shifts (Sunday, 8 am). Between two stages of the World Cup, it is an opportunity to appreciate some of the best specialists on the planet, some of whom form notably the French teams that stood out last summer at the Tokyo Games (gold for boys, money for girls).
Admission is free and free throughout the day of the competition, with box office enabled only for the final stages, from 6pm on Saturday and 3.30pm on Sunday.
The challenge: Ris-Orangis women’s roller hockey is aiming for the European Cup
The city of Essonne is hosting the 4th European Skate Hockey Clubs’ European Cup at the Halle Jacky-Trévisan for three days, from Friday to Sunday. On their inline skates, the players of the best teams in France, Spain and Italy will make you experience moments of great intensity thanks to this sport that combines agility, tactics, speed and team spirit.
After his victory in the French Cup, Ris-Orangis, 8 times champion of France, European runner-up in 2017-2018-2019, will try to win the continental title. Three of the Phoenix players and their coach, Jean-Baptiste Dell’Olio, are world champions with the French national team. This will require dominating Saint-Médard as well as the Italians from Verona and Civitavecchia, as well as the Spaniards from Rubi and Tres Cantos. Start of the competitions this Friday, May 20, the final is scheduled for Sunday around 3 p.m.
The discovery: the Integrathlon, a bridge between sport for people with reduced mobility and sport for people with disabilities
Organized by Paris Terres d’Envol, the new edition of the Integrathlon began on Tuesday and runs until Sunday. Sponsored by Madeleine Malonga, Champion of the Olympic judo team, and Sofyane Mehiaoui, leader of the French wheelchair basketball team, this operation brings together healthy or disabled people, casual athletes or professionals in the same sports venue.
The aim of the event is to change the way we view disability and create a bond through the knowledge of others.
The Integrathlon offers this Saturday, May 21, several multi-activity centers for the general public: in Aulnay-sous-Bois (Moulin-Neuf stadium), Drancy (Auguste-Delaune gym), Dugny (Alain-Mimoun complex) and Villepinte (Sports ). Schwendi-Schöneburg Park). More than 30 activities can be found, from wheelchair basketball to trampoline and blindfold football.
Madeleine Malonga will be present at Dugny on Saturday afternoon.
On Sunday, the excursion will leave from the Canal de l’Ourcq to Sevran. Participants will be able to do it with skates, on foot, by bicycle and even by canoe-kayak (Free registration on the site or online at [email protected]). For more information: INTEGRATLON.COM.
BASEBALL. Division 1 (5th day, Sunday, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.). Group A: MONTIGNY-LE-BRETONNEUX – Rouen (Jean Maréchal stadium), PUC – Metz (Pershing stadium). Pool B: Nice – SENART.
BASKETBALL. National 1 male. Playoffs (return quarterfinals): Lorient – CERGY-PONTOISE (Friday, 8 pm); La Rochelle – RUEIL (Friday, 8 p.m.). National 2 (return semifinal): LEVALLOIS – Wasquehal (first leg 63-63) (Saturday, 8 pm, Marcel-Cerdan sports pavilion), ALFORTVILLE – CRO Lyon (first leg 62-65) (Sunday, 3 pm, Cosec Leo Lagrange). Women’s National 1 (final phase, 4th and last day): Monaco – SCEAUX (Saturday, 8 pm). Women’s National 2 (final stage, 4th and last day): Annemasse – ORLY (Saturday, 8 pm), STADE FRANÇAIS – Cournon.
HANDBALL. Liqui Moly Star League (day 26): Dunkirk – Créteil (Friday, 8 p.m.), Chartres- PSG (Sunday, 5 p.m.). Proliga (30th and last day, Friday, 8.30 pm): PONTAULT – IVRY (Roger-Boisramé space), TREMBLAY – Cherbourg (sports pavilion), Billère – MASSY.
RUGBY. National (first leg semifinals): Albi – MASSY (Sunday, 4.55 pm, L’Equipe TV).