sports

Free Fitness in Paris at Suzanne Lenglen Sports Center

February 11, 2014 / Various

Vacation in the other country is not a reason to quit sport trainings and relax fully, devoting yourself to the god of pleasure and gluttony. 🙂 And if you spend holidays in Paris and have a desire to maintain your physical form, we would like to inform you that the Suzanne Lenglen sports center organizes free exercises in fitness, yoga, flexibility, aerobics, Scandinavian walking for residents and guests of the city.

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PSG is the champion

May 13, 2013 / Various
PSG is the champion of 2013.

Yesterday, May 12 Parisian team Paris Saint Germain (PSG) won the French championship in football. PSG is the champion of 2013. Read more

Great tennis: Roland Garros 2012

May 29, 2012 / Various
Tennis Rolland Garros

Tickets for matches of one of the most important event in tennis – Open French championship Roland Garros – are still available! However, taking in mind a huge popularity of this game with a combination of not very successful fight of organizers against ticket speculators, opportunity to see this tense competition of tennis stars should be used without delay.

Especially as because the draw was held, qualifying games have already passed and the most important and interesting matches begin. The tournament will last until June 10. According to it results we will know who of the tennis players go to Olympic Games in London at the end of July.

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Paris: Where to play tennis?

March 29, 2012 / Various
tennis grounds in paris

Paris is the home of one of the four major professional tennis tournaments – Roland Garros. For its long history this competition has opened for the world many new “stars” of ball and racket, the recognized masters of tennis proved their right to be called the best of the best here. And devoted fans enjoy this game at stands of the legendary club since 1891.

However, not only the famous and prestigious “Grand Slam” tournament connects Paris with tennis. This sport is very popular among inhabitants of the French capital. Small and old visit tennis courts every day – not for the glory but just to enjoy the game.

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