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    Julia Vignali dans Le meilleur pâtissier : Kad Merad, son chéri, a changé d’avis

    On adore Kad Merad, aussi bien dans Pamela Rose que dans Baron Noir, l’excellente série de Canal+. L’acteur décidément capable de tout jouer est à l’affiche du téléfilm événement La Part du soupçon, inspiré de l’affaire Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès, qui sera diffusé sur TF1 le 23 septembre 2019. C’est pour en faire la promotion que le comédien de 55 ans a accordé une interview au Figaro. Questionné sur ses habitudes de consommation de la télévision, Kad Merad avoue bien volontiers regarder assidûment Le Meilleur Pâtissier, sa compagne Julia Vignali étant aux commandes de l’émission deM6. “Notamment Le Meilleur Pâtissier avec Julia, car elle aime bien me demander ce que…

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    Ricky Martin bientôt papa pour la quatrième fois

    D’ici à quelques mois, Ricky Martin deviendra papa pour la quatrième fois. À 47 ans, le chanteur américain a annoncé samedi soir l’arrivée de son futur bébé. Alors qu’il recevait un prix dans le cadre du dîner national des Human Rights Campaign, le père de famille a appris la bonne nouvelle à l’assemblée. “Merci pour tout ce que vous avez fait pour ma famille. Ma famille qui est présente ici ce soir. Mon époux, Jwan, je ne te vois pas, mais je t’aime. Mes superbes jumeaux, Valentino et Matteo qui sont également ici, je vous aime de ton mon coeur et avec toute ma force“, commence l’artiste, très ému à…

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    With New Law, Conservationists Fear 'Uncontrolled Slaughter' of 90% of Gray Wolves in Idaho

    Wildlife advocacy groups are sounding the alarm about a new “extermination” law in Idaho, signed this week by GOP Gov. Brad Little, that will allow hunters and private contractors to kill up to 90% of the state’s gray wolf population—about 1,350 animals. “Backed by an array of misinformation and fearmongering, the state Legislature stepped over experts at the Idaho Fish and Game Department and rushed to pass this horrific wolf-killing bill,” said Andrea Zaccardi, a senior attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, in a statement. “And Republican lawmakers have promised that this is just the beginning, even though the new measure would doom 90% of Idaho’s wolves,” Zaccardi noted.…

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    ‘Nothing shocking to report’ after poor FP2 – Verstappen

    Max Verstappen insisted that there were no significant problems at Red Bull, despite a subdued showing for the team in Friday afternoon’s second free practice at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix. Verstappen had been second quickest in the morning but dropped to ninth in the afternoon session after a mistake on his single run on soft option tyres left him without a properly unrepresentative time. “Overall I think we actually had quite a good day and the car seems pretty competitive,” he said afterwards. “There is nothing shocking to report from either session. Read also: FP2: Hamilton and Bottas end Friday quickest in Barcelona “How…

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    Zach Wilson wears No. 2 as Jets rookies hit the practice field for the first time

    One of the biggest questions facing the Jets this season has been answered. Gang Green’s top pick Zach Wilson wore No. 2 when he made his highly anticipated practice debut Friday as the Jets held a minicamp for their rookies. But before you go out and buy a No. 2 jersey, the Jets said that the numbers aren’t official yet. Friday’s session marked new head coach Robert Saleh’s first opportunity to put his first rookie class through their paces. “That’s the fun part of it right,” Robert Saleh said of getting down to the basics with Wilson and the rest of the newbies. “To be able to go out there…

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    Lekker! Ironman adding 70.3 Durban this summer

    Decided your A-race this summer? This could be a contender for all you middle distance athletes: the new Ironman 70.3 Durban. Advertisement The race will start on 2 August with a 1.9km swim off the city’s world-famous surfing beaches, followed by a 90.1km bike which takes athletes past the iconic Moses Mabhida stadium which was built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The race will finish with a 21.1km run along Durban’s Golden Mile. (Licensed under CC BY 2.5 via Wikimedia Commons) “The popularity of triathlon in South Africa is on the rise – and athletes have long awaited the introduction of an additional race in the region,” said Keith…

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    Outlaw: first winner Paul Hawkins returns for 2015

    Five years after winning the first ever Outlaw, former Royal Marine Paul Hawkins will be on the start line for both the Outlaw Half on 31 May and the Outlaw on 26 July. Advertisement Hawkins was a relatively unknown winner in 2010, but is likely start this year’s Outlaw Triathlon and Outlaw Half as favourite to win both and challenge the existing course records. “I have very fond memories from winning the first Outlaw,” said Hawkins. “It was that performance in 2010 that made me realise that I was good enough to compete with some of the very best in the sport.  “If could win them both it would be…

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    2015’s triathlon highlights: a guide

    If you’re hunting omens for British triathlon success in 2015, look no further than the icy Yorkshire Dales on New Year’s Eve, where Alistair Brownlee was winning the Auld Lang Syne fell race. Advertisement It was three years on from hist last appearance and victory – the following summer he would be crowned Olympic champion. With brother Jonny third, the two split by another British triathlete, Mark Buckingham, an injury-free winter’s training for the siblings is a good sign of what’s to come. It’s just as well. Building a solid base is going to be needed because there has never been more on offer for the short course speedsters to…

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    Xterra champs return to Vachery

    Conrad Stoltz, Ben Allen, Richard Stannard, Jacqui Slack, Emma Garrard and Rachel Clay – all six former winners of Xterra England will return for this year’s event at the Vachery Estate in Surrey. Advertisement Up for grabs on the Bank Holiday weekend of 29th/30th August are national and European titles, a $25,000 prize purse and qualifying points for the 20th edition of the world championships in Maui, Hawaii. Click Here: brisbane broncos store Last year Stoltz (RSA) and Garrard (USA) clinched victory, with ‘The Caveman’ Stoltz overtaking Stannard on the bike to finish 3mins clear and claim his fiftieth Xterra win, and Garrard overtaking Slack on the bike and hanging…

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    Jenson Button Trust Tri heads to Derby for 2015

    Always a very popular race – and not just because it features one of Britain’s top racing drivers showing his athletic chops – the Jenson Button Trust Triathlon is moving to Derby this year in a bid to nearly double the capacity. Advertisement Previously held at Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire, this year’s event will take place at Markeaton Park in Derby city centre on Sunday 12 July. It’ll keep the same sprint format as years past, with the preliminary heat consisting of a 200m lake swim, 11km cycle and 2.5km run. The top performers will then go on to the final, 400m swim, 20km cycle and 5km run, with the…