8400 participants in Ekiden, from stand-up to Paris Basket… Your sports weekend in Île-de-France

Since the beginning of the season, Le Parisien has offered a selection of issues and events not to be missed in Île-de-France before each weekend. Overview.

The event: Comedy Game in Paris basketball

BASKETBALL. There’s always something special going on at Paris Basketball. After organizing an event against Roland-Garros in front of more than 10,000 spectators in mid-October or even a giant escape game to celebrate Halloween last weekend in its Carpentier den, the capital club suggests this Sunday the 2nd edition of his “Comedy Game”. Before the start of the fight against Le Mans at 7 pm, a hundred privileged people will attend a comedy show, a stand-up, with four artists accustomed to the scene of Le Paname: Julien Sabas, Yazid Assoumani, Rokhaya and Alexandre Aguirre.

Show starts at 5 pm Ticket office: Show + Match: €20; just against from €12.

The poster: PSG challenge Chambéry this Sunday

HANDBALL. The club of the capital, who found the seat of the leader of the Starligue after the defeat last Sunday of Nantes in Limoges, with the excellent Yann Genty in the goals, offers a new challenge to Coubertin Sunday with the arrival of Chambéry ( 16 hours). Victory (32-30) over Porto in the Champions League on Thursday, Luka Karabatic’s teammates continued their streak of seven matches to be played in November, including six at home. A hellish pace where we have to stay by relying on in-form individuals, like Elohim Prandi (11 goals against Porto, 14 last Sunday in Dunkirk).

Also at home, Ivry (11th) will try this Friday to give themselves a breath of fresh air against Dunkirk (9th), while Créteil (12th) will challenge the Nantes ogre on Sunday. In the Proligue, Pontault, leader and only team undefeated in two professional men’s championships, meets Massy (8th) in an old-fashioned derby that could reshuffle the cards, and Tremblay (4th) could take advantage. if he wins Besancon .

The great gathering: the Maïf Ekiden of Paris

RACING on the road. With at least 1,500 teams at the start, or some 8,400 participants, France’s most famous relay marathon attracts all runner profiles, from novice to experienced. Between friends, club partners, or colleagues, they are many again, this year, to pin together a bib on their jersey and come to start, this Sunday. The 1,325 teams participating in the full course (5, 10, 5, 10, 5 and 7.195 km relay) and the 175 aligned in the “Half” format (5, 10, 5 km relay) will start at 9 am Quai Branly , at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. 192 formations will also participate in the French Championships of the specialty, the Parisian meeting that serves this year as support for the great annual national explanation.

Paris Ekiden is not just a popular event that attracts thousands of competitors. In keeping with its environmentally responsible image, the event continues to deploy, year after year, an increasingly extensive system of clean and committed actions. This year’s race includes a whole range of environmentally responsible actions that cover all the mechanisms inherent in an event of several thousand people. From bulk supplies to recycled bibs, from sorting waste to recovering reusable materials, everything has been thought out to make the party great.

The unusual weekend: E-sport competitions at the Porte de Versailles.

E-SPORTS. After a two-year absence due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the Paris Games Week is re-enacted this week at the Parc des Expositions in the Porte de Versailles. Video game enthusiasts will be delighted with the many game preview tests and availability of major publishers and pro players. The competitions are on the weekend program with the semi-finals – Saturday and Sunday – of the Coupe de France of the League of Legends phenomenon.

The Vitual Arena E-sport French Cup finals, which will see teams of several players evolve and compete in a virtual world, are also on the program.

The event should not be missed: the 1000 Foils in Melun

FENCING. Organized annually since 1969 by the Cercle d’escrime de Melun Val-de-Seine, the 1000 Foils – Challenge Crouzy – brings together in one day several hundred young foil fencers, men and women, from all over the country, from the chick. categories to minimal.

It is an opportunity to see perhaps the future tricolor champions in this weapon that for decades has brought many medals to France in all the major international competitions. CEMVS is no exception to the rule with Enzo Lefort’s World Championship and Olympic Games titles in recent years, and Pauline Ranvier’s places of honor. The 54th edition of this competition will take place this Sunday at the Jacques-Marinelli sports complex (place de la Motte aux Cailles), from 8:15 am

The conflict that follows: Paris accepts the leader Chaumont

VOLLEYBALL. In the alternating current since the beginning of the season, ending with a particular victory against the defending champion Montpellier, Paris (8th) will have to show its best face this Saturday for the arrival of the leader Chaumont (6 pm, Salle Charpy , Paris XIII ). An opponent who has lost only one match in 6 days The mission therefore promises to be delicate for the players of Dorian Rougeyron. But the Parisians can count on the talents of passer Kellian Motta Paes, the firepower of Ibrahim Lawani (22 points on Wednesday in a 3-2 loss at Nice) and Joachim Panou to defy the odds. Note that Panou, a former youth international, is, at the age of 25, one of the revelations of this championship start.

The number: 6

RUGBY. Overcome bad luck! Since the 2014-2015 season, Massy has faced the Montauban club six times, where he will be this weekend on the 10th day of the Pro D2. And every time, the fight ends in a defeat for the Massicois. A bad black series, a painful 6-0, which fifteen Essonne hope to end this Friday. In addition, a victory will allow Massy, ​​who has very few points ahead of… Montauban but remains with 3 victories and 2 defeats, to give himself air in the standings.

The program

BASKETBALL. Betclic Elite (8th day). BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS – Limoges (Friday, 8.30 pm, Marcel-Cerdan sports hall in Levallois); Le Portel – NANTERRE (Friday, 8 pm); PARIS – Le Mans (Sunday, 7 pm, Georges-Carpentier hall, 13th Paris).

National 1 (9th day). Pool A: RUEIL – Rennes (Friday, 8 pm, Stadium). Pool B: CERGY-PONTOISE – Besançon (Saturday, 8 pm, Complexe des Maradas).

HANDBALL. star league (8th day). IVRY – Dunkirk (Friday, 8.30 pm, Auguste Delaune Gymnasium); PSG – Chambéry (Sunday, 4 pm, Coubertin stadium, Paris XVI); Nantes – CRETEIL (Sunday, 5 pm). Proleague (8th day). Besançon – TREMBLAY (Friday, 8:15 pm); PONTAULT-COMBAULT – MASSY (Friday, 8.30 pm, Espace Roger-Boisramé).

ICE HOCKEY. League of Magnus (15th day). Grenoble – CERGY-PONTOISE (Friday, 8:15 pm).

RUGBY. Top 14 (10th day). Stade Toulouse – STADE FRANCAIS (Saturday, 3 pm); RACING 92 – Perpignan (Saturday, 5 pm, Paris La Défense Arena in Nanterre).

Pro D2 (10th day): Montauban – MASSY (Friday, 7.30 pm).

National (9th day): SURESNES – Tarbes (Saturday, 6 pm, Jean Moulin stadium).

VOLLEYBALL. League A (7th day). PARIS – Chaumont (Saturday, 6 pm, Salle Charpy, 13th of Paris); Tourcoing – PLESSIS-ROBINSON (Sunday, 5 pm).

Women’s A League (4th day): Mulhouse – LEVALLOIS (Thursday, 8 pm); Le Cannet – STADE FRANCAIS PARIS SAINT-CLOUD (Saturday, 8 pm).

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