World Tensions between the two coaches after Saumur-Toulouse
Dawn Staley hopes the first Women's Final Four with two Black coaches will lead to more
For the third time under head coach Dawn Staley, South Carolina has reached the Final Four. Between Staley and Arizona head coach Adia Barnes, the 2021 Women's Final Four will feature two Black coaches, a first in NCAA history. Barnes' Arizona team made the Final Four for the first time in program history on Monday with a win over Indiana. It's a big step in an area where Black female representation has always lagged relative to its players, and one that Staley hopes can lead to more of the same in the future.
A saumur-champigny acerb.
, National 3 Resident, stopped this Wednesday in the 8th of Final of the Coupe de France .
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After the meeting, the Julian Sauter coach Julien Sourice and his counterpart Toulouse Patrice Garande would have exchanged words , and the tone would be mounted,. In question first of all, the fact that the Maine-et-Loire club filed a technical reserve before the meeting, stressing that the TFC did not have On its match sheet of enough players who played one of the two previous games. Problem: This rule no longer applies in the context of COVID-19, and the Toulousain club would have indicated upstream to the premises.
Other source of tension: several organizational details, such as the state of the terrain or the deliberate loan of deflated balloons at the TFC. "What I can tell you is that this story of balloons is n what, and as to the state of the land, just go see N3 matches to see that there is Worse worse elsewhere. And we, we are an amateur club, we do not have five gardeners permanently to take care of the lawn », has weighed a tiny.
The magic of the cup.
Agriculture. The vineyards and orchards struck by a historic gel .
© Franck Dubray / West-France No region has been spared by the frost (here, in Loire-Atlantic). Some properties of the Bordeaux have been 100% affected. In all regions of France, the vineyards and fruit trees have been affected by the cold wave. The government will deploy the agricultural calamity regime. Losses are not yet encrypted, but the first findings draw a national magnitude phenomenon, touching vineyards and orchards.