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La France toujours préférée des touristes étrangers

La France a été plébiscitée par les touristes du monde entier en 2015

Même si les attentats de novembre ont pesé sur la fréquentation de fin d’année, l’Hexagone est demeuré la destination favorite des touristes en 2015.

En 2015, la France a conservé sa première place en nombre de touristes internationaux, selon les données publiées lundi par l’Organisation mondiale du tourisme (OMT). L’Hexagone devance ainsi les États-Unis, l’Espagne et la Chine. Les actes terroristes ont pourtant pesé sur le choix des voyageurs, rapporte l’OMT. Mais il semble que l’Afrique du Nord (- 8 %) et en particulier la Tunisie en aient le plus souffert.

Globalement, le nombre de touristes continue à progresser avec près de 1,18 milliard de personnes ayant fait du tourisme à l’étranger en 2015 (+ 4,4 % par rapport à 2014), l’Europe restant la région du monde la plus visitée. La croissance devrait se poursuivre ces prochaines années avec 1,4 milliard de touristes internationaux d’ici à 2020.

«Le tourisme international continue à croître fortement» et «il n’y aura pas d’impact à moyen et long terme» des attaques terroristes, a assuré Taleb Rifai, le secrétaire général de l’OMT. En Île-de-France, les professionnels de l’hôtellerie dressent un bilan beaucoup plus alarmant à l’aune de la fréquentation touristique de novembre et des tendances pour le mois de décembre. Les attentats ont fait fuir les Russes (- 37 %) et les Japonais (- 30 %), selon le comité régional du tourisme. À Noël et au jour de l’An, la baisse de fréquentation avoisinerait 25 %. Toutes nationalités confondues, la baisse de touristes atteindrait 5,4 %, selon l’Insee et le comité régional du tourisme d’Île-de-France.

D’après les chiffres de Fowardkeys, les réservations des vols internationaux vers Paris au premier semestre 2016 ont pris un retard de 17 % par rapport à l’année 2015. «Les volumes ne sont pas encore revenus à la normale», observe-t-on. Les voyageurs venus des États-Unis affichent un «retard» de 7,4 % et de Chine, de 13 % malgré l’arrivée du Nouvel An chinois.

Source : Le Figaro : La France toujours préférée des touristes étrangers

« Star Wars » en tête du box office France 2015 avec 6,8 millions d’entrées

Le Point : http://www.lepoint.fr/societe/star-wars-en-tete-du-box-office-france-2015-avec-6-8-millions-d-entrees-30-12-2015-2006213_23.php

Fifteen best sport female athletes of 2015

Fifteen best sport female athletes of 2015

At The Comeback, we love sports and pop culture all year ’round, including December, so we don’t understand why so many best-of-the-year lists are announced before the year is actually over. This week, the last of 2015, we want to share with you some of our bests. From the best male and female athletes, to the best new TV shows and movies, to the best coaches, the best superheroes, the most memorable moments and storylines, to who had the best year of anyone on the planet, we’re running down the best list of best lists of anyone in 2015.

Next up on the list of lists, the 15 Best Female Athletes in 2015. (Click here for our list of the top 15 male athletes of 2015.)

Rankings are, by their very nature, subjective. Attempting to compare, contrast, and then rank, an incredible group of women who play a variety of different sports? Yeah, it’s safe to say that opinions may vary. So let’s start with something that likely everyone can agree on. 2015 was an incredible year for female athletes. These 15 women, and countless others, accomplished amazing things on the field, the court, the octagon. But then, that’s not hardly new, or novel.

What made this year remarkable, and encouraging, were the strides made in the exposure, the coverage, the recognition that so many of these exceptional women received.

That’s not to be naive of course. Women’s sports still face obstacles, and a steep uphill climb, when compared to the attention, and economic rewards, bestowed on their male counterparts. But many of the women listed below helped this year to demonstrate not only that they could deliver incredible feats of athleticism, but that if given the proper platform, they could certainly attract an audience. So quibble with the specifics of these rankings, (and hey, feel free to send along your thoughts), but there’s really no arguing the impact of these women. Sometimes literally.

15. Flavia Pennetta

Have to give some love to the one non-Serena winner of a Grand Slam in 2015. And Pennetta’s story, winning her first Slam at the age of 33, and then announcing she would soon retire during her victory speech, is the stuff of legend.

14. Erica Enders

In addition to winning her second consecutive NHRA Pro Stock World Championship, 2015 also saw Enders break the record for most wins by a female driver in a single season.

13. Celia Sasic

The 2015 Women’s World Cup wasn’t just about the USWNT, so here’s to Germany’s Golden Boot winner, who scored six goals in six matches, and then announced her retirement, capping an incredible career at the age of just 27.

12. Katie Ledecky

In quantitative, timed sports like swimming, the numbers tend to speak for themselves. So here goes. Five gold medals—and three world records—at the 2015 World Championships, along with being named FINA’s Female Swimmer of the Meet.

11. Breanna Stewart

Connecticut Women’s Basketball has been so strong, so consistent, that we almost take it for granted. It is saying something, then, that the incredibly well-rounded Stewart will bid to become the first player in women’s hoops history to win four national titles in four years.

10. Sasha Banks

Yes, the outcomes in professional wrestling are predetermined. Sure, WWE is “sports entertainment” rather than pure competition. But if you’re going to deny the athleticism of Mercedes Kaestner-Varnado, well, then you just haven’t seen her work. And we highly recommend you remedy that right away. Banks is at the forefront of a group of women whose physical abilities are changing what people think is possible for female talent in pro-wrestling. When you combine that with the electric, compelling, charismatic, “Boss” persona that she has created, you begin to understand why so many have her pegged as one of the foundational stars that WWE will build around in the future.

9. Abby Wambach

Admittedly, Wambach’s selection is something of a « lifetime achievement award, » given that she was undeniably past her prime by the time she took the pitch in Canada. That’s all fine, but Wambach deserves a place on this list, not only because of 255 appearances for the national team, or her 184 goals, an international record for women or men. The retiring captain of American soccer belongs here because 2015 was the year in which she finally achieved the only goal that had thus far eluded her, a World Cup victory, and she did it by virtue of her dedication, her longevity, and her leadership, allowing an incredible group of young teammates, players that she helped inspire, and grow, to carry her to soccer’s ultimate prize.

8. Crystal Dunn

Striker Crystal Dunn was one of the final cuts for the USWNT’s World Cup roster, a moment that would be undeniably crushing for any athlete. “I think as soon as I got that news, I went through my venting stage,” she told Laken Litman earlier this year. By her own admission, Dunn had seen very little adversity in her career to that point. She handled it about as well as anyone could, turning in a standout season for the Washington Spirit in the National Women’s Soccer League, scoring 15 goals to lead the league, and take home the Most Valuable Player award. She joined the USWNT after the World Cup and doesn’t look likely to relinquish that spot anytime soon.

7. Lydia Ko

– New Zealand’s Lydia Ko wasted no time in letting the golf world know that, yes, the high expectations placed upon her were justified, and great things are in store. Back in September, Ko took home a six-stroke victory in the Evian Championship. It’s the first major win of her career, and it’s probably a pretty safe bet that it won’t be the last. Much has been made, and justifiably so, about the new wave of young guns on the PGA Tour, from Rory McIlroy, to Jordan Spieth, to Jason Day, to Rickie Fowler. But oh, by the way, at just 18 years old, it’s Ko who is the youngest No. 1-ranked player, man or woman, in golf history.

6. Holly Holm

When Holly Holm delivered the leg kick that ended Ronda Rousey’s reign as the UFC’s women’s bantamweight champion, she did more than simply win a fight. She also pulled off one of the biggest upsets in combat sports history, made herself immediately into a household name, and perhaps most importantly, demonstrated the next evolution of women’s MMA. It remains to be seen if Holm can attain anything close to Rousey’s crossover stardom, or, for that matter, if she can even keep the belt from “Rowdy” in the inevitable rematch. But no matter what happens moving forward, Holly Holm is a sign that women’s MMA is getting stronger, and deeper.

5. Megan Rapinoe

It’s hard to imagine a more indispensable piece of the USWNT than Megan Rapinoe. From her midfield position, Rapinoe was, quite literally, the center of everything for the American women in Canada. When the team looked somewhat listless in early matches, much of the conversation centered on how she could better facilitate the attack. But after missing the team’s quarterfinal match thanks to a second yellow card, the U.S. finally ignited in Rapinoe’s return, posting overwhelming wins over Germany and Japan, two of the team’s biggest international rivals.

Those wins ensured that Rapinoe would become one of the biggest breakout stars of the World Cup, with casual fans getting to know her guitar stylings, her boisterous personality, and her obvious comfort in her own skin. (Let’s be honest, she probably deserves a place in the Top-5 for this Vine alone.)

Sadly, Rapinoe’s most recent headlines came as a result of a torn ACL suffered in training. But it undoubtedly won’t be long before the U.S. star is back in form, anchoring one of the most impressive teams in all of sports. And in the meantime, because, well, nothing can contain Rapinoe’s positive vibes, she decided to find some new training partners.

4. Elena Delle Donne
The story of Elena Delle Donne’s journey away from basketball, and back again, is well chronicled. A highly touted recruit who was expected to become UConn’s next generational star, Delle Donne instead stepped away from the game, enrolling at Delaware to remain closer to home, and taking a break from hoops to play volleyball. On a human level, one couldn’t help but applaud her decision to do what was best for her, personally, despite outside pressures and expectations. But as a fan of basketball? One can’t help but be grateful she found her way back again.

Delle Donne elevated her game to a whole new level in 2015, posting a PER of 32.7. (Psssst …. that’s higher than LeBron has ever managed in the NBA.) She took the Chicago Sky to the playoffs for the third straight season, won her first WNBA MVP, and basically asserted herself as the best women’s basketball player in the world, in an era that also features Maya Moore, Tina Charles, Brittney Griner, and Candace Parker. In short, she commands her sport as well as any athlete in the world, and the only question that remains is if she has an even higher level still to achieve.

3. Ronda Rousey
Yes, she was defeated. And yes, the woman who ended her title reign sits below her in these rankings, which, admittedly, is a little counterintuitive. But Holly Holm has a lot of work to do, not simply to equal the length of Ronda Rousey’s reign, but also to equal her cultural impact. Because let’s be honest, calling Rousey an exceptional athlete, while true, almost shortchanges what she was able to accomplish in 2015.

In addition to becoming one of the most bankable stars in the UFC’s history, Ronda Rousey appeared in major film franchises, became a regular on the talk show circuit, stole the show at Wrestlemania, and basically became a pop-culture icon. In the wake of her stunning loss to Holm, plenty are wondering what happens now, if Rousey will be able to retain the same cultural cache and star power without that same air of invincibility. It’s a fair question, but in this space, we’re taking a moment to acknowledge and honor just how incredible it is that “Rowdy” grew to this stature in the first place. Just a few years ago, Dana White claimed we’d “never” see women in the UFC. Today, there are two divisions, as compelling as any in the sport. All hail the power of Ronda Rousey.

2. Carli Lloyd
When you hold the world at rapt attention, you deserve a place near the top of any list. And on July 5th, all eyes were on Carli Lloyd, as she authored one of the great championship performances in history. A hat trick, in the early stages of the World Cup final, turned what many had expected to be a tense, dramatic, tightly contested affair, into essentially a coronation for the USWNT. American women’s soccer had gone 16 years since their last World Cup win, and it only took 16 glorious minutes for Carli Lloyd to ensure that the waiting was over.

Our nation’s national team has never been more stocked with talent. Hope Solo. Becky Sauerbrunn. Alex Morgan. Tobin Heath. Ali Krieger. Christen Press. Julie Johnston. Morgan Brian. Head Coach Jill Ellis had arguably the easiest and hardest job in the world, trying to figure out how to effectively employ such an embarrassment of riches. And it’s a testament to Carli Lloyd that even alongside such phenomenal teammates, she left no doubt of her status as the best of the best, something recently reinforced, as she was named U.S. Soccer Female Player of the Year and was put on the short list for Fifa Women’s Player of the Year.

1. Serena Williams
In the end, there was a controversy. Of course there was a controversy. When Serena Williams was named Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year, her decision to pose for the magazine’s cover seated on a throne came in for criticism, in at least one writer’s mind, because, well, because it was too powerful? Because she was too sexy? Because it wasn’t tennis-ey enough? (To be perfectly honest, we’re still not entirely sure.)

But it still somehow seemed fitting, because let’s be honest, Serena Williams is quite used to this sort of thing. She’s heard literally every form and fashion of criticism in her illustrious career, from her fashion choices, to her priorities in life, to her fitness level, to her choice of celebrations. Serena Williams has been through it all, and in fact, 2015 saw her, in one of the most powerful moments of the year, forgive some of the most ludicrous and painful treatment she ever received, returning to Indian Wells for the first time since the brutal treatment she and her family received back in 2001.

This time, even as she was forced to withdraw with an injury, Serena was hailed by the crowd as a conquering hero. And why not? Serena has been under scrutiny, much of it wholly unfair, for her entire career. But she has always manage to overwhelm it, overpower it, through her performance, and 2015 was no exception.

Her 19th, 20th, and 21st career Grand Slam titles.

A record of 53-3.

A wire-to-wire No. 1 ranking, for the second year in a row.


It’s accomplishments like these that allow Serena Williams to tune out all the noise, to live her life, and chart her career, on her own terms. Chances are there will be some new Serena Williams “controversy” in 2016. And chances are, she’ll run right through it, like she’s been doing for almost two decades now, as one of the most iconic athletes in history.

Plus i greatly wanted to add our French female cycling athlete Pauline Ferrand-Prévot for her remarked 2015 year.

Fifteen best sport male athletes of 2015

Fifteen best sport male athletes of 2015

At The Comeback, we love sports and pop culture all year ’round, including December, so we don’t understand why so many best-of-the-year lists are announced before the year is actually over. This week, the last of 2015, we want to share with you some of our bests. From the best male and female athletes, to the best new TV shows and movies, to the best coaches, the best superheroes, the most memorable moments and storylines, to who had the best year of anyone on the planet, we’re running down the best list of best lists of anyone in 2015.

First up on the list of lists, the 15 Best Male Athletes in 2015.

When we set out to rank only the 15 top male athletes of 2015, we realized the task was nearly impossible. Is winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is a bigger deal than capturing the American League MVP award, or is being the college player of the year enough to earn a place among the greatest pros? Is this from an American-centric perspective or a global one, and with that, should the popularity of a sport matter? Is there such thing as lifetime achievement points? Do off-field factors matter?

After some healthy debate and plenty of rough drafts, we’ve come up with a pretty solid list of the top 15 male athletes of 2015.

Before we get to our final 15, here are 15 guys who just deserve honorable mention:

Jason Day — the world’s second-best golfer doesn’t quite make our list despite a fantastic 2105
Russell Westbrook — his injury and the Thunder’s overall performance hurt his standing
Usain Bolt — he had perhaps the best week of anyone in sports in 2015, but he wasn’t a yearlong headline-maker
Aaron Rodgers — he was not as good in 2015 as he was in 2014
Kyle Busch — the NASCAR champ surely deserves at least a little love
Lewis Hamilton — absolutely dominant in an under-the-radar sport in America
Cristiano Ronaldo — he is going to hate it when he sees how many Barcelona players made the list and he didn’t
Patrick Kane — off-ice allegations mitigate a great on-ice year
Frank Kaminsky — a great college season, and winning the title would have likely earned him a spot
Derrick Henry — the Heisman winner this season, but let’s talk about the Playoff
Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw and Jake Arrieta — it was impossible to pick just one, so we didn’t pick any
Floyd Mayweather — he’s a bad guy and a boring fighter
American Pharaoh — we decided to go humans only here
15. Conor McGregor

McGregor’s remarkable 13-second knockout of Jose Aldo at UFC 194 catapulted the MMA star onto the list after solidifying himself as the face of UFC.

14. Cam Newton

Who was even sure a year ago that Cam Newton would even be playing football after his horrific car crash. He stormed onto this list this season, leading a 14-1 Panthers team back to the playoffs and making a strong case for NFL MVP.

13. Neymar

Neymar broke out for Barcelona in 2015 in Lionel Messi’s absence, earning a spot on stage for the Fifa Ballon D’or, and earning a place as one of the best athletes in the world … and almost the best player on his team.

12. James Harden

Harden had the best year of his career in 2014-15, finishing second in NBA MVP voting and lifting the Rockets to second place in the Western Conference.

11. Carey Price

The NHL’s MVP in 2014-15, Price has the Canadiens back in first place for the second straight year.

10. Josh Donaldson

Donaldson batted .297 with 41 home runs and played stellar defense to help the Blue Jays to the playoffs for the first time since 1993. For that performance he won AL MVP, though some of us would have voted for someone else…

9. Mike Trout

With a better average, OBP, slugging percentage and OPS than Donaldson, Trout deserved another AL MVP, as he continued what could be the best start to a career in MLB history. The 24-year-old has played four seasons and finished top-two in MVP voting four times.

8. J.J. Watt

2015 has seen Watt win his second defensive player of the year award in three seasons (a reward for his 2014 performance) and follow up with an almost-as-impressive output this year, one game away from leading the quarterback-less Texans to the playoffs. Off the field, he has shifted from an NFL fan’s hidden treasure to a mainstream superstar/folk hero, with national endorsements and network TV cameos.

7. Lionel Messi

Messi looks likely to reclaim the Ballon D’Or award after putting up huge stats (43 goals, 18 assists in La Liga last season) for a Barcelona team that won the Champions League, La Liga and Copa Del Rey. He also led Argentina to the Copa America final, a national team achievement more notable than any of his best-in-the-world competitors can claim. Messi’s recent ankle injury knocked him down a few spots here, but he was 2015’s best soccer player.

6. Bryce Harper

2015 began with debate over whether Harper was overrated and ended with conversation about whether he is the best player in baseball. That’s what happens when you bat .330/.460/.649 with 42 home runs and win the MVP award unanimously. Given the year he had, it was hard to keep Harper out of the top five. Blame Matt Williams for that.

5. Tom Brady

At one point in 2014, Brady was considered yesterday’s news, playing out the string of a great career. But his play picked up in November and December, and by the time the ball dropped he was back to his former-MVP self, throwing for 921 yards in three playoff games, including 328 (with four touchdowns) in the Super Bowl.

Brady further stepped up his play this season, ranking among the NFL leaders in just about every passing category and establishing himself as one of two or three legitimate candidates for the league’s MVP. A Super Bowl title to start the year and MVP-caliber performance to end it makes 2015 one of the better years of Brady’s remarkable career, flat balls, suspensions, appeals and court-room drama notwithstanding.

4. LeBron James

LeBron didn’t win an MVP award or a title in 2015, but it’s still hard to keep him too far from the top of this list. For one thing, King James has continued to be among the NBA’s best players, averaging 25-6-7 in 2014-15 and upping his stats to 26-8-6 so far this year. He finished third in MVP voting and could have been higher, and he will likely rank up there again in the spring.

But it was LeBron’s playoff performance that earns him a top-five slot here. James dragged a beaten-up Cavaliers team all the way to the Finals and by some miracle stole two games when he got there. The Warriors won the title, but our enduring memory of the series will be LeBron carrying a team starting Iman Shumpert and Matthew Dellavadova to within two wins of a championship.

3. Jordan Spieth

Few players in golf history have had year like the one Spieth carded in 2015. First, the 25-year-old crushed the Masters field, tying Tiger Woods’ course record at Augusta. Then he won the U.S. Open, becoming the first golfer in 13 years to win the year’s first two majors back-to-back. He “slacked off” with a fourth-place finish at the Open Championship and a runner-up result at the PGA Championship—either or both of which he could have, and maybe should have, won—ascending to the top spot in the world rankings along the way.

All in all, Spieth won six PGA Tournament events in 2015, dominated the earnings leaderboard, won the FedExCup in virtually wire-to-wire fashion, was named tour Player of the Year and established himself as the future face of golf. For good measure, he also signed a 10-year extension with Under Armour worth untold millions of dollars.

2. Novak Djokovic

Djokovic’s dominance has become almost routine, but it’s hard not to marvel at all he accomplished in 2015. Djokovic spent the entire year ranked No. 1 in the world and fended off all challengers with relative ease. He won three Grand Slam events and finished second in the other one, becoming on the third player ever to reach all four major finals. Overall, he was 82-6 in 2015.

This was also the year that elevated Djokovic into the Greatest of All-Time Conversation. He now ranks 10th all-time in tournament titles and tied for 7th in Grand Slam championships, and, at age 28, has plenty of time to add to his trophy case. We might remember 2015 as the absolute peak of one of the best players ever, but there’s little to suggest he can’t do the same or better in 2016.

1. Stephen Curry

This was the only spot on the list that didn’t require a lot of deliberation. In Steph’s first game of 2015, on Jan. 2, he dropped 32 points and 12 assists on the Toronto Raptors, and he never looked back. He won the 2014-15 MVP by averaging 23.8 points and 7.7 assists per game for the Warriors, then upped his game in the playoffs, putting up 28.3 points a game, leading Golden State to the NBA title.

Last season’s performance alone would have put Curry in the top five on this list, but what he’s done these past few months earns him the top spot. Curry is the best player in the league and the leader of a team that began the season on a historic 24-game winning streak. He’s leading the NBA in scoring by more than 3 points and seems to have the 2015-16 MVP all but locked up before New Year’s. Start to finish, it was truly the year of Steph Curry.

As Rugby Union and handball aren’t very popular in the USA i have and greatly want to mention Dan Carter and Richie McCaw for great 2015 year with All Black New Zealand Rugby Union Team World Champion and also Nikola Karabatic for handball for good year with France Team.

Plus i wanted to add Teddy Riner in Judo, Florent Manaudou in swimming, Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi in Moto GP, Sébastien Ogier in World Rally Championship, Christopher Froome in Cycling for Tour de France winner again.

Golf – Calendrier PGA Tour 2015 et les vainqueurs

Golf – Calendrier PGA Tour 2015 et les vainqueurs


FedExcup points

Oct 9 – 12

Frys.com OpenSilverado CC-North, Napa, CA • Purse: $6,000,000

Sang-Moon Bae KOR


Oct 16 – 19

Shriners Hospitals for Children OpenTPC Summerlin, Las Vegas, NV • Purse: $6,200,000

Ben Martin USA


Oct 23 – 26

The McGladrey Classic Seaside Course, Sea Island, GA • Purse: $5,600,000

Robert Streb USA


Oct 30 – Nov 2

CIMB ClassicKuala Lumpur Golf & CC, Kuala Lumpur, MAS • Purse: $7,000,000

Ryan Moore USA


Nov 6 – 9

Sanderson Farms ChampionshipCountry Club of Jackson, Jackson, MS • Purse: $4,000,000

Nick Taylor USA


Nov 6 – 9

World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions World Golf Sheshan International GC, Shanghai, CHN • Purse: $8,500,000

Bubba Watson USA


Nov 13 – 16

OHL Classic at MayakobaEl Camaleon, Playa del Carmen, Mex • Purse: $6,100,000

Charley Hoffmann USA


Dec 4 – 7

Hero World ChallengeIsleworth Golf & CC, Windermere, FL • Purse: $3,500,000

Jordan Spieth USA

Dec 11 – 13

Franklin Templeton ShootoutTiburon GC, Naples, FL • Purse: $3,100,000

Jason Day AUS & Cameron Tingale USA

Jan 9 – 12

Hyundai Tournament of ChampionsPlantation Course at Kapalua, Kapalua, Maui, HI • Purse: $5,700,000

Patrick Reed USA


Jan 15 – 18

Sony Open in HawaiiWaialae CC, Honolulu, HI • Purse: $5,600,000

Jimmy Walker USA


Jan 22 – 25

Humana Challenge in partnership with the Clinton Foundation Humana PGA West (Palmer), La Quinta, CA • Purse: $5,700,000

Bill Haas USA


Jan 29 – Feb 1

Waste Management Phoenix OpenTPC Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ • Purse: $6,300,000

Brooks Koepka USA


Feb 5 – 8

Farmers Insurance OpenTorrey Pines (South), San Diego, CA • Purse: $6,300,000

Jason Day AUS


Feb 12 – 15

AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AmPebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, CA • Purse: $6,800,000

Brandt Snedeker USA


Feb 19 – 22

Northern Trust OpenRiviera CC, Pacific Palisades, CA • Purse: $6,700,000

James Hahn USA


Feb 26 – Mar 1

The Honda Classic PGA National (Champion), Palm Beach Gardens, FL • Purse: $6,100,000

Padraig Harrington IRL


Mar 5 – 8

Puerto Rico Open Trump Intrntl GC – Puerto Rico, Rio Grande, PUR • Purse: $3,000,000

Alex Cejka CZE


Mar 5 – 8

World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship World Golf Trump National Doral, Miami, FL • Purse: $9,250,000

Dustin Johnson USA


Mar 12 – 15

Valspar ChampionshipInnisbrook Resort – Copperhead, Palm Harbor, FL • Purse: $5,900,000

Jordan Spieth USA


Mar 19 – 22

Arnold Palmer -invitational-002774/toute-discipline-0/annee-0/tout-%25//’> Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard Arnold PalmerBay Hill Club & Lodge, Orlando, FL • Purse: $6,200,000

Matt Every USA


Mar 26 – 29

Valero Texas OpenJW Marriott, TPC San Antonio, San Antonio, TX • Purse: $6,200,000

Jimmy Walker USA


Apr 2 – 5

Shell Houston OpenGolf Club of Houston, Humble, TX • Purse: $6,600,000

JB Holmes USA


Apr 9 – 12

Masters Tournament Masters TournamentAugusta National GC, Augusta, GA • Purse: $9,000,000

Jordan Spieth USA


Apr 16 – 19

RBC Heritage RBC HeritageHarbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head, SC • Purse: $5,900,000

Jim Furyk USA


Apr 23 – 26

Zurich Classic of New OrleansTPC Louisiana, Avondale, LA • Purse: $6,900,000

Justin Rose ENG


Apr 29 – May 3

World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match PlayTPC Harding Park, San Francisco, CA • Purse: $9,250,000

Rory McIlroy ILN


May 7 – 10

THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIPTPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL • Purse: $10,000,000

Ricky Fowler USA


May 14 – 17

Wells Fargo ChampionshipQuail Hollow Club, Charlotte, NC • Purse: $7,100,000

Rory McIlroy ILN


May 21 – 24

Crowne Plaza Invitational at ColonialColonial CC, Ft. Worth, TX • Purse: $6,500,000

Chris Kirk USA


May 28 – 31

AT&T Byron Nelson ChampionshipTPC Four Seasons Resort, Irving, TX • Purse: $7,100,000

Steven Bowditch AUS


Jun 4 – 7

Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide InsuranceMuirfield Village GC, Dublin, OH • Purse: $6,200,000

David Lingmerth SWE


Jun 11 – 14

FedEx St. Jude ClassicTPC Southwind, Memphis, TN • Purse: $6,000,000

Fabian Gomez ARG


Jun 18 – 21

U.S. OpenChambers Bay, University Place, WA • Purse: $9,000,000

Jordan Spieth USA


Jun 25 – 28

Travelers ChampionshipTPC River Highlands, Cromwell, CT • Purse: $6,400,000

Bubba Watson USA


Jul 2 – 5

The Greenbrier ClassicThe Old White TPC, White Sulphur Springs, WV • Purse: $6,700,000

Danny Lee NZL


Jul 9 – 12

John Deere ClassicTPC Deere Run, Silvis, IL • Purse: $4,700,000

Jordan Spieth USA


Jul 16 – 19

The Open ChampionshipSt. Andrews Links (Old Course), Fife, SCO • Purse: $9,200,000

Zach Johnson USA


Jul 23 – 26

RBC Canadian OpenGlen Abbey GC, Oakville,Ontario, Can • Purse: $5,800,000

Jason Day AUS


Jul 30 – Aug 2

Quicken Loans NationalRobert Trent Jones GC, Gainsville, VA • Purse: $6,700,000

Troy Merritt (USA)


Aug 6 – 9

World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational Firestone CC (South), Akron, OH • Purse: $9,250,000

Shane Lowry (IRL)


Aug 13 – 16

PGA ChampionshipWhistling Straits, Sheboygan, WI • Purse: $10,000,000

Jason Day (AUS)


Aug 20 – 23

Wyndham ChampionshipSedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC • Purse: $5,400,000

Davis Love III (USA)


Aug 27 – 30

The BarclaysPlainfield CC, Edison, NJ • Purse: $8,250,000

Jason Day (AUS)


Sep 4 – 7

Deutsche Bank ChampionshipTPC Boston, Norton, MA • Purse: $8,250,000

Rickie Fowler (USA)


Sep 17 – 20

BMW ChampionshipConway Farms GC, Lake Forest, IL • Purse: $8,250,000

Jason Day (AUS)


Sep 24 – 27

TOUR Championship by Coca-ColaEast Lake GC, Atlanta, GA • Purse: $8,250,000

Jordan Spieth (USA)


Oct 8 – 11

The Presidents CupJack Nicklaus GC Korea, Songdo IBD, Incheon City, KOR

Joyeux Noël 2015 à tous ! / Merry Christmas 2015 to all of you !

Joyeux Noël 2015 à tout le monde 🙂 ! Et bien sûr une pensée pour ceux qui sont seuls ou dans des moments difficiles.
Merry Christmas 2015 to all of you 🙂 ! And of course a thought for those who are alone or in difficult times.

The 20 Most Expensive Artworks Sold at Auction in 2015

As the global art market pauses for breath after a year of records and prepares for 2016, ARTINFO takes a look at the past 12 months through the lens of the auction market, in particular the 20 most expensive works of art sold at auction (click the slideshow to see the works).

Dominated entirely by Christie’s and Sotheby’s, with Christie’s taking the first five spots and six of the remaining 15, the list has a combined value of $1,484,502,719. Taking a closer look at the top 20 reveals a total of 14 different artists, all of whom are Caucasian and male. It is also interesting to note that all but one of the sales took place in New York, with the exception being the Cy Twombly 1968 blackboard painting, which sold at Sotheby’s London.

The highlight of 2015 was the new world record for the most valuable work of art sold at auction, set by Picasso’s “Les femmes d’Alger (Version “O”),” which sold at Christie’s New York for a staggering $179,365,000.

Sotheby’s wasn’t without its major successes in 2015. The auction house achieved its highest-ever total for a sale of contemporary art in Europe with its July 2015 Contemporary Art Evening Auction in London, which realized £130.4 million.

And although Sotheby’s and Christie’s dominated the top end of the market, Phillips and Bonhams also saw successes in the middle and lower tiers of the market respectively, with both houses setting new records for a number of artists throughout the year.

2015 was also an interesting year for the online art auction scene, with the Berlin-based online auction house Auctionata claiming a new world record for an Asian work of art sold in an online auction, with a rare clock from the late 18th century selling for 3.37 million euros in June.

Click on the slideshow to see the top 20 most expensive works of art sold at auction in 2015. See below for a list the top five most expensive works of art sold by the big four auction houses, as well as the online record-setting sales at Auctionata.


1 $179,365,000 — Pablo Picasso’s “Les femmes d’Alger,” 1955 (sold on May 11 in New York)

2. $170,405,000 — Amedeo Modigliani’s “Nu couché,” 1917-1918 (sold on November 9 in New York)

3. $141,285,000 — Alberto Giacometti’s “L’homme au doigt,” 1947 (sold on May 11 in New York)

4. $95,365,000 — Roy Lichtenstein’s “Nurse,” 1964 (sold on November 9 in New York)

5. $81,925,000 — Mark Rothko’s “No. 10,” 1958 (sold on May 13 in New York)


1. $70,530,000 — Cy Twombly’s “Untitled [New York City],” 1968 (sold on November 5 in New York)

2. $67,450,000 — Pablo Picasso’s “La Gommeuse,” 1901 (sold on May 5 in New York)

3. $66,330,000 — Vincent van Gogh’s “L’Allée des Alyscamps,” 1888 (sold on May 5 in New York)

4. $54,010,000 — Claude Monet’s “Nymphéas,” 1905 (sold on May 5 in New York)

5. $54,010,000 — Vincent van Gogh’s “Paysage sous un ciel mouvementé,” 1889 (sold on November 5 in New York)


1. $28,165,000 — Francis Bacon’s “Seated Woman,” 1961 (sold on May 15 in New York)

2. $12,042,200 — Cy Twombly’s “Untitled,” 2006 (sold on October 15 in London)

3. $11,365,000 — Willem de Kooning’s “Untitled XXVIII,” 1977 (sold on November 8 in New York)

4. $9,237,000 — Brice Marden’s “Elements (Hydra),” 1999-2000 / 2001 (sold on May 15 in New York)

5. $6,885,000 — Domenico Gnoli’s “Shirt Collar Size 14 ½” 1969 (sold on May 13 in New York)


1. $4,639,699 — Wang Hui’s 18th century “Album of Landscapes” (sold on May 31 in Hong Kong)

2. $1,565,000 — William Wendt’s “Old Coast Road,” c. 1916 (sold on April 28 in Los Angeles)

3. $1,325,000 — N.C. Wyeth’s “.…Emerging into an opening that appeared to have been formed partly by the ravages of the wind, and partly by those of fire,” 1925 (sold on May 20 in New York)

4. $1,256,341 — Irma Stern’s “Arab in Black,” 1939 (sold on September 9 in London)

5. $1,077,396 — Lemuel Francis Abbott’s “The Portrait of Henry Callender standing in a landscape, in the red coat of Captain General of the Blackheath Golf Club and holding a putter,” c. 1760-1803 (sold on December 9 in London)


1. €3,370,000 (US$3,830,000) — Imperial Immortal Mountain Clock, Guangzhou Workshop, Qianlong (sold on June 20 — record for an Asian work of art sold in an online auction)

2. €875,000 (US$948,998.70) — Blue and White Meiping “Dragon” Vase, Kangxi Mark and Period (sold on December 18)

3. €237,500 (US$266,874.49) — Jusepe de Ribera’s “St.Augustine of Hippo,” c.1636 (sold on June 16)

4. €207,600 (US$235,310.43) — Fernando Botero’s “Naturaleza Muerta,” 1964 (sold on June 19)

5. €168,000 (US$184,567.73) — Marianne v. Werefkin’s “The Bridge,” 1929 (sold on March 25)

YouTube Rewind: Now Watch Me 2015 | #YouTubeRewind

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Revue de l’année 2015 de Twitter / Twitter 2015 Review of the year

Revue de l’année 2015 de Twitter / Twitter 2015 Review of the year

Twitter fait sa revue de l’année et Paris sort grand gagnant pour de mauvaises raisons malheureusement : https://2015.twitter.com/node/11


Twitter makes his review of the year and Paris is the big winner for the wrong reasons, unfortunately:


Les estimations nationales des instituts de sondage au soir du premier tour

Source : Les estimations nationales des instituts de sondage au soir du premier tour

Elections régionales 2015: résultats du 1er tour à Mennecy

Source : Elections régionales 2015: résultats du 1er tour à Mennecy

2015 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals – Djokovic v Federer final highlights

Djokovic a battu Federer 6-3 6-4 et a remporté son 4ème Masters d’affilée.


Djokovic defeated Federer 6-3 6-4 and has won his 4th ATP World Tour Finals Masters in a row.


Voilà la liste des nominés pour les Video Music Awards 2015. Pour moi allez Talor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5. Vous aurez la liste complète des nominés sur le lien de l’article.


So here it is for the VMA’s nominees. For me go Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5. You’ll get full list of nominees on the post link.



Nicki Minaj certainly made sure everybody was aware of the MTV video nominations after a stream of angry tweets regarding her thoughts on Anaconda not being nominated. Minaj had some valid points on cultural appropriation, subtle racism and a worship of skinny girls in music videos. But lets look past Nicki for the time being and see what the fuss is all about. Let us know who your favourites are in the comment section below.

The 2015 “MTV Video Music Awards” to Air LIVE on Sunday, August 30 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT

NEW YORK, NY, July 21, 2015 – MTV today announced via Beats 1 “Chart” show on Apple Music the 2015 “MTV Video Music Awards” nominations. Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar and Mark Ronson lead the pack with the most Moonman nods for music’s most unexpected night, which will air live from the Microsoft Theater, formerly Nokia Theatre…

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England’s Danny Willett Makes Power Move Up British Open Leaderboard « CBS New York

England’s Danny Willett Makes Power Move Up British Open Leaderboard « CBS New York.

Retour sur les phases finales du Championnat du monde de hockey sur glace 2015 / Back on the 2015 IIHF ice hockey Worlds final games

Canada regain the throne | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada celebrate lifting the IIHF World Championship trophy after a thoroughly deserved 6-1 win over Russia in the final.

The big Final game : Canada super six stuns Russia | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada were crowned World Champions in the most emphatic manner as they swept old rivals Russia away 6-1 in the final to regain the title after eight years.

3rd place game : USA seize bronze over Czechs | #IIHFWorlds 2015

USA earned a bronze medal in a 3-0 win against hosts Czech Republic built on a two-goal blast in the first period where Nick Bonino and Trevor Lewis were on target before Charlie Coyle wrapped it up in the third.

Semi-final 2 : Russia roll past USA | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Russia proved too strong with a four-goal blitz in the third period to see off a spirited USA challenge for the defending champions to set up a Final showdown with Canada.

Semi-final 1 : Canada claim final over Czechs | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Goals from Taylor Hall and Jason Spezza were enough for a composed Canada to overcome hosts Czech Republic 2-0 to reach their first gold-medal game since 2009 on the back of an impressive 60 goals overall.

Quarterfinal 4 : Jagr scores twice to finish off Finns | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Jaromir Jagr’s third period goal along with another from Vladimir Sobotka took Czech Republic past Finland 5-3 in a pulsating semi-final in Prague which saw both sides go toe-to-toe to the very end.

Quarterfinal 3 : Russia squeeze out Sweden | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Last year’s semi-final repeat saw Russia hold back Sweden for a 5-3 win after going three goals ahead before the Swedes drew level only for Yevgeni Malkin and Vladimir Tarasenko to seal it in the third period.

Quarterfinal 2 : Canada blast Belarus for nine | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada ran out 9-0 winners over Belarus to cruise to a first semi-finals since 2009, with a four-goal run in the first quarter starting the goal-rush which did not let up as Tyler Seguin bagged a hat-trick.

Quarterfinal 1 : USA sink Swiss to book Semis | #IIHFWorlds 2015

USA came from a goal down to defeat Switzerland 3-1, with two goals in a minute midway through the second period to continue their march to the semi-finals.

Actualités de la ville de Paris fin Mai 2015

 1-  QUE FAIRE À PARIS CE WEEK-END ?  :  http://quefaire.paris.fr/weekend

2-  Lundi de Pentecôte à Paris : ouvert ? fermé ? ==> http://www.paris.fr/accueil/societe/ouvert-ferme/rub_9651_actu_144322_port_24616

3-  Découvrez la promotion 2015 des Acteurs du Paris Durable : http://www.paris.fr/accueil/environnement/paris-durable-la-ville-soutient-10-actions-parisiennes/rub_9654_actu_155860_port_23775

4-  Paris au rythme de Roland-Garros  ==> http://www.paris.fr/accueil/accueil-paris-fr/rafael-nadal-recoit-la-medaille-grand-vermeil-de-paris/rub_1_actu_155838_port_24329

5-  Les temps forts du Conseil de Paris : http://www.paris.fr/accueil/accueil-paris-fr/les-temps-forts-du-conseil-de-paris-mai-2015/rub_1_actu_155885_port_24329

6-  Quatre figures de la Résistance entrent au Panthéon  ==> http://www.paris.fr/accueil/culture/quatre-figures-de-la-resistance-rentrent-au-pantheon/rub_9652_actu_155837_port_24330

7-  Ensemble pour une ville plus belle : http://www.paris.fr/accueil/accueil-paris-fr/paris-fais-toi-belle/rub_1_actu_155758_port_24329

Retour sur le titre de champion de France de football du Paris Saint-Germain (Le triplé historique 2013, 2014, 2015)

Retour sur le titre de champion de France de football du Paris Saint-Germain (Le triplé historique 2013, 2014, 2015). J’espère que ça va continuer. Je ne boude pas mon plaisir.

Ici c’est Paris, Paris est magique !!! Champion mon frère comme dirait un autre supporter. Pourvu que ça dure on es jamais rassasiés. Ce sera quoi qu’on en dise une bonne saison avec au moins 3 trophées (Trophée des Champions, Coupe de la Ligue, Championnat de France) mais j’espère aussi la Coupe de France le 30 mai prochain.

Le seul point qui me gêne c’est la stagnation en Ligue des Champions malgré le fait d’avoir éliminé un gros comme Chelsea. Ca fait 3 quarts de finale consécutifs où le PSG bute, certes 2 fois face au FC Barcelone et 1 fois contre Chelsea mais bon il faudra penser à viser plus haut et franchir enfin les quarts de finale à l’avenir pour vraiment être un vrai et sérieux candidat au titre et redorer encore plus le football français au niveau des clubs européens.

Quand je pense à ce nouveau titre je me souviens aussi de l’époque pas si lointaine que ça où le PSG avait fait une très mauvaise saison et avait failli être relégué il y a presque 10 ans. On es supporter dans les bons mais aussi dans les mauvais moments. C’est ça des vrais supporters. Il n’y avait pas les mêmes joueurs et pas le budget actuel du club cependant.

Dernière chose : Remercions et un grand bravo à tous les clubs de Ligue 1 pour leur combativité qui ont fait que ce Championnat cette année a quand même été un peu plus serré et un peu plus passionnant que les années passées.

1- Voici l’infographie complète et détaillée du titre de champion 2014/2015 : http://www.psg.fr/fr/Actus/003001/Article/71221/L-infographie-du-titre

2- Les Parisiens fêtent le titre dans le vestiaire à Montpellier puis dans un restaurant Parisien : http://www.psg.fr/fr/Actus/105003/Galeries-Photos#!/fr/2014/3118/46779/album/Les-Parisiens-fetent-le-titre/Les-Parisiens-fetent-le-titre

Montpellier Hérault SC – Paris Saint-Germain (1-2) – Résumé – (MHSC – PSG) / 2014-15

Paris Saint Germain Champions de Ligue 1/ 2014-15

En bonus pour le plaisir des yeux (Désolé pour les Guimgampais) revoici Paris Saint-Germain – En Avant de Guingamp (6-0) – Résumé – (PSG – EAG) / 2014-15

Buteurs : Edinson CAVANI (2′ – Paris Saint-Germain) / Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (18′ – Paris Saint-Germain) / Edinson CAVANI (52′ – Paris Saint-Germain) / MAXWELL (56′ – Paris Saint-Germain) / Edinson CAVANI (70′ – Paris Saint-Germain) / Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIC (90′ pen – Paris Saint-Germain)

Top buts 37ème journée – Ligue 1 / 2014-15. Revivez les plus beaux buts de la 37ème journée de Ligue 1 en vidéo

Ligue 1 – Saison 2014/2015 – 37ème journée

SC Bastia – SM Caen (1-1)
Evian TG FC – AS Saint-Etienne (1-2)
EA Guingamp – Toulouse FC (2-1)
LOSC Lille – Olympique de Marseille (0-4)
Olympique Lyonnais – Girondins de Bordeaux (1-1)
AS Monaco – FC Metz (2-0)
Montpellier Hérault SC – Paris Saint-Germain (1-2)
FC Nantes – FC Lorient (1-1)
OGC Nice – RC Lens (2-1)
Stade de Reims – Stade Rennais FC (1-0)

Résumé de la 37ème journée – Ligue 1 / 2014-15

Les tribulations d’Eva Longoria à Cannes / Eva Longoria’s Glamorous Cannes Journey Continues In Spectacular Fashion

Les tribulations d’Eva Longoria à Cannes pour le 10ème anniversaire de son partenariat avec L’Oréal. Pleins de photos qui valent le détour. J’aime surtout son selfie ou égoportrait en bon français au sommet des marches sur le tapis rouge juste avant de rentrer dans le Palais.


Eva Longoria’s Glamorous Cannes Journey Continues In Spectacular Fashion. She’s there for 10th year of collaboration for the world famous brand L’Oréal. Lots of beautiful pictures to see. I love the one which she makes a selfie at the top of the red carpet just before entering in the Palace.


Diaporama : Meeting de Montgeron 2015- Conseil départemental de l’Essonne – CG91

Diaporama : Meeting de Montgeron 2015- Conseil départemental de l’Essonne – CG91.

Championnat du monde de hockey sur glace 2015 groupe B / IIHF Worlds ice hockey 2015 Group B

Thank you for watching, stay tuned for even more action from the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship, or check out our videos page to catch even more highlights! http://bit.ly/1HoZotP

And all the results here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_IIHF_World_Championship

Belarus blast USA for five | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Belarus produced a blistering performance to end USA’s unbeaten run helped by a three-goal second period to record a 5-2 victory to top the group a point ahead of their opponents.

Historic Norway win over Slovakia | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Norway came back from 2-0 down with three unanswered goals to defeat Slovakia for the first time, with defenceman Mattias Norsteb scoring twice including the 3-2 winner.

Ruthless Russia roll gutsy Danes | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Russia pulled away from 3-2 ahead in the third period to see off a valiant Denmark with Sergei Mozyakin scoring twice in a 5-2 final result.

Gaborik grabs it for Slovakia over Slovenia | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Marian Gaborik sealed a come-from-behind 3-1 win against Slovenia with two goals in the third period to take Slovakia to second in their group.

Belarus shake off determined Danes | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Yevgeni Kovyrshin scored twice including the game winner as Belarus finally dominated Denmark 5-1, with Kevin Lalande backstopping to the team’s second win in three games.

Finland knock Norway for five | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Finland proved too strong for Norway in a 5-0 sweep with the special teams finally making the power plays count in their third outing of the championship.

Young Americans rock Russia | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Led by solid goaltending and timely goals, USA pulled off an impressive 4-2 win over highly-fancied Russia on the back of an overall composed performance to leave them with a 100 per cent record ahead of their historic rivals.

Finns take flight to ground Denmark | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Jussi Jokinen, Janne Pesonen and Aleksander Barkov struck in the second period, converting a hugely one-sided shot count into a meaningful advantage on the scoreboard.

Slovakia earns another tight win | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Both teams traded goals in the third period before taking the game into an extra session, where Andrej Meszaros’s second blast decided the contest and earned him player of the game honours.

Dadonov sinks Slovenia with 4 points | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Yevgeni Dadonov roared to the top of the World Championship scoring charts with a four-point show as Russia beat Slovenia 5-3 in Ostrava on Sunday.

Two for two for USA | #IIHFWorlds 2015

USA make it two wins in a row with solid performance against Norway to claw back a goal deficit for a 2-1 victory.

AK-46 shoots down Slovenia | #IIHFWorlds 2015

A goal and an assist from Andrei Kostitsyn helped Belarus to a positive start to the tournament in a 4-2 win over Slovenia who rallied to stage a late comeback.

Slovakia six-round shoot-out joy | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Slovakia overcome Denmark 4-3 but it came in dramatic fashion as the shoot-out lasted six rounds after both teams went goal-crazy in a frenzied five-goal blitz in the final twelve minutes.

Rampant Russia rev up | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Russia started their World Championship defence with a comprehensive 6-2 win over Norway built on the platform of a 4-0 lead in the first period where Ilya Kovalchuk was the assist man supreme.

KHLers shine for Team USA | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Led by Steve Moses and Dan Sexton, Team USA won its opening game of the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship against Finland.

Stanley Cup playoffs Eastern Conference Semifinals Game #4 : New York Rangers 1 VS Washington Capitals 2. May 6th 2015. (HD) Capitals lead series 3-1

Stanley Cup playoffs Eastern Conference Semifinals Game #4 : New York Rangers 1 VS Washington Capitals 2. May 6th 2015. (HD). Capitals lead series 3-1

Full Highlights
2015 – Game #4 Metropolitan Division Final
New York Rangers Vs Washington Capitals
May 6th 2015, 05/06/2015

NYR – Derick Brassard (5) (Martin St. Louis, Rick Nash) 1-0
WSH – Andre Burakovsky (1) (Jay Beagle, Tim Gleason) 1-1
WSH – Andre Burakovsky (2) 2-1
Fight – Tanner Glass Vs Tim Gleason

Goalies – NYR Henrik Lundqvist, WSH Braden Holtby

Présidentielle 2017 : pour 70% des sondés, Valls meilleur candidat que Hollande

Je ne peux être que d’accord avec ce sondage. Il est clairement évident pour moi qu’à gauche Manuel Valls serait meilleur que François Hollande. Et que si François Hollande venait à se représenter ce serait loin d’être gagné pour lui et le Parti Socialiste (PS) à mon avis.

Le seul problème avec ce sondage c’est qu’à droite on ne mentionne que Nicolas Sarkozy. Il y aura une primaire en 2016 à droite. J’aurai aimé savoir aussi ce qui se serait passé avec Alain Juppé par exemple.

Mais restons bien prudents. C’est un sondage à 2 ans de la Présidentielle, il va encore se passer beaucoup de choses d’ici-là.

La Parisien : http://www.leparisien.fr/politique/presidentielle-2017-pour-70-des-sondes-valls-ferait-un-meilleur-candidat-que-hollande-04-05-2015-4745305.php

François Hollande, trois années tumultueuses

Ce 6 mai 2015 marque l’anniversaire de l’élection de François Hollande comme Président de la République française le 6 mai 2012. 3 ans après que peut-on retenir de son action ? Sa côte de popularité aujourd’hui est à moins de 20% d’opinion favorable.

En toute franchise pour que ce soit clair je précise que je suis apolitique, je ne suis pas et ne veux pas être encarté dans aucun parti politique, simplement je n’aime pas les partis extrêmes. Je veux rester libre de mes opinions. J’essaie de juger en toute objectivité. Quand je pense que c’est bien je le dis et quand je pense que c’est mal aussi quel que soit le bord politique.

La politique intérieure n’est pas fameuse. Chômage toujours en hausse, économie en demi-teinte, insécurité dans les lieux sensibles, hausses d’impôts par exemple. François Hollande a surtout été victime de sa promesse d’inverser la courbe du chômage. Son point fort pour moi est la politique extérieure même si c’est loin d’être parfait. Il lui reste 2 ans pour limiter les dégâts et regagner un peu de confiance aux yeux des Français. Ca va être difficile soyons honnêtes mais pas impossible. On verra bien. En tout cas qu’on l’aime ou qu’on ne l’aime pas bonne chance et bon courage à lui.

Le Monde : http://www.lemonde.fr/politique/article/2015/05/06/francois-hollande-trois-annees-tumultueuses_4628613_823448.html#

Bilan de ses promesses de campagne après 3 ans de mandat : http://www.luipresident.fr/