At two ends of these century-old walls mounted at right angles, the doors opened, acting as floodgates that released by uninterrupted waves hundreds of college students sucked into an afternoon of freedom, this Wednesday, May 31. Only the oldest remained: handfuls of high school students potassant the last tests of the baccalaureate, pinches of students preparing for the competitions. All placed here and there on the lawns delivered in the sun. All? Not exactly. About fifteen young men, a little more robust than the others, are busy in a weight room where they pass tests developed by emissaries of the French Rugby Federation.
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