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Duel of giants in basketball, the traditional Corrida de Houilles… Your sports weekend in Île-de-France


Many sporting events will enliven the halls and stadiums of the Paris region between this Friday and Sunday. We about you

The confectioners' truce is coming soon, but the good habits don't change.

Before each weekend, Le Parisien offers a selection of issues and events not to be missed in Île-de-France.


Players to watch: Wembanyama and Kamagate


The date has been in the diaries of basketball fans and NBA scouts for a long time.

This Saturday Paris Basketball welcomes (6 p.m.) in its Halle Carpentier (Paris XIII) - whose capacity has been pushed to its maximum for the occasion - the Metropolitans for a shock derby of the 13th day of Betclic Elite.

The opportunity for the public to attend the duel at high altitude between the French basketball prodigy Victor Wembanyama and his 2.21 m and Ismaël Kamagate, 2.11 m below the height.

Two players who, despite their young age (18 for Wembanyama and 21 for Kamagate), dominate the championship, top the rankings in rebounds and blocks and are expected in the NBA next season.

The Parisian pivot is the only one since the start of the season to follow the pace imposed by Wemby.

The confrontation of the two new French internationals – they performed their baptism of fire in blue together in November during the qualifying matches for the 2023 World Cup – risks sparking a few sparks.

Do not miss !

4⃣ players will play their first match in Blue during the next qualifying window at @FIBAWC 2023 🙌

Victor Wembanyama and Ismaël Kamagate 💪#TeamFranceBasket |

#PassionatelyBlue |


– French Basketball Teams (@FRABasketball) October 7, 2022

The essential poster: PSG must catch up in Montpellier


This is the most beautiful poster.

That of all dangers also for PSG.

Accustomed to dominating all his subjects for many seasons, the reigning French champion is far from certain to add a new title to his dazzling record.

The fault of a team from Nantes (3rd) which never stops playing spoilsports, and especially that of Montpellier, which this season regains its aura of the 2000s (13 titles between 1998 and 2012), before the advent of the capital club.

Neck and neck in the standings, PSG are ahead of their counterpart thanks to a better goal difference.

The winner of this long-awaited duel will therefore take sole command of the championship at the end of Saturday evening (9 p.m.).

The question now is whether Raul Gonzalez's men will have recovered from their midweek disappointment in the Champions League at home to Magdeburg (33-37 defeat).

It is in their interest, before going to challenge … Nantes, Wednesday (8:30 p.m.).

"It's time to put your head back in place," warns Luka Karabatic.

The rest of their season depends on it.

The race of the weekend: the Corrida de Houilles


Created in 1972, inspired by an event in Sao Paulo in Brazil, the Corrida de Houilles celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

For the occasion, the famous race, reputed to be the fastest 10 km in France and which is making a comeback after two editions canceled due to the health situation.

It will once again offer a prestigious line-up with the presence of Bastien Augusto, recently crowned with the French men's team, European Cross Country Champion, Azzedine Habz, silver medalist with the mixed relay in these same championships, or even Morhad Amdouni. , the new French Marathon record holder.

With a personal best of 27′42, he will be one of the favorites.

The Kenyan Amos Bett, who set his personal best (27′11) in Lille at the start of the year, will be one to watch.

Due to the FIFA World Cup final between France and Argentina at 4 p.m. on the same day, the organizers decided to bring forward the popular 10 km to 12:45 p.m. and the 10 km As to 2:30 p.m.

🏁 The RACE of the year: next Sunday at the 10 km of the Corrida de Houilles!

Crazy density at the start 🤩 In detail:

➡️ 15 runners entered under

28min ➡️ 100 runners entered under 30min

➡️ 220 runners entered under 31min30

➡️ 450 runners entered under 35min

— RUN'IX (@RUN_IX) December 8, 2022

The match of fear: Defeat forbidden for the volleyball players of Levallois


Thirteenth and penultimate in the women's League A, Levallois has the opportunity, this Saturday, to stop a black series of eleven defeats in a row and win his first success of the season with the reception of the young shoots of France Avenir 2024. Composed of young French women with the aim of hardening them for the high level, this team occupies the last place in the championship with 11 losses and only one point on the clock.

#volleyball at @villelevallois🏐

Our Valkyries give you an appointment for the last home game of 2022!

📅this Saturday, December 17

⌚️ at 6 p.m.

📍 at the Marcel-Cerdan Sports Palace

Facing @PFFVolley

Free entry but reservation required:

– Levallois Sporting Club (@LSC_Levallois) December 12, 2022

The derby not to miss: Franconville - Noisy-le-Grand


For its first home match of the TOP 12 of artistic gymnastics, the ALBOTEAM team receives that of Noisy-le-Grand this Saturday (from 3:30 p.m.) at CSL Bd Rhin et Danube.

The two teams, which are in pool 3 with Vélizy, will compete on three apparatus, floor, rings, and parallel bars.

The objective is simple: the winner will take the lead in the provisional classification while all the teams will have played two matches.

🤸 #Top12 |

Day 3

Discover the composition of the teams for this weekend's matches!


– French Gymnastics Federation (@ffgymnastique) December 15, 2022

The program


Betclic Elite

(13th day): PARIS BASKETBALL - METROPOLITANS (Saturday, 6 p.m., halle Carpentier, Paris XIII);

Blois - NANTERRE (Saturday, 8 p.m.).



(14th day): Istres - CRETEIL (Friday, 8 p.m.);

IVRY - Saint-Raphaël (Friday, 8.30 p.m., Auguste Delaune gymnasium);

Montpellier - PSG (Saturday, 9 p.m.).


(14th day): PONTAULT - Caen (Friday, 8.30 p.m., Espace Boisramé);

MASSY - Strasbourg (Friday, 8.30 p.m., Center Omnisports Coubertin).

Women's League:

PARIS 92 - Chambray (Friday, 8.30 p.m., Issy sports hall).


Champions Cup

(2nd day): Harlequins (Eng) - RACING 92 (Sunday, 6.30 p.m.).

Challenge Cup

(2nd day): Johannesburg Lions (AFS) - STADE FRANCAIS (Saturday, 6.30 p.m.).


League A

(13th day): PARIS - Toulouse (Thursday);

PLESSIS-ROBINSON - Nantes-Rezé (Saturday, 6.30 p.m., Omnisports area).

Women's A League

(12th day): LEVALLOIS - France Avenir 2024 (Saturday, 6 p.m., Marcel-Cerdan sports hall);

STADE FRANCAIS PARIS SAINT-CLOUD - Aix-Venelles (Saturday, 8 p.m., Geo-André stadium, Paris 16th).

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2022-12-16

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