Art and disabled sport: a short film awarded for its contribution to human rights

Sometimes some projects that, without realising it, will change your life and the lives of others. That’s the crazy challenge undertaken by three business school students in a competition organised by Fédé in partnership with Unesco, and that’s all there is to it. The story could end there, but something happened , as the project…

Sport and Life Magazine – Rugby in art & literature – Special issue n°58

What links exist between rugby, art, and literature? To answer this, I recommend the Special Edition n°58 of Sport & Vie magazine, which I have the great honor to cover. This publication highlights the meeting of these 3 universes. The timing is perfect in this year 2023, celebrating 2 crucial events for rugby, in order…

Tour de France: Artistic exploration of cycling with LCL, the yellow jersey sponsor and Christian Prudhomme

May 30, 2023 – The Tour de France kicks off in a unique way this year, beginning with an exhibition on cycling and sports organized by LCL, the yellow jersey sponsor with Christian Prudhomme, the Tour’s director, and the sports artist Lucie LLONG as guests. This event sets the stage for the grand spectacle of…

the book Le ski de fond … en comble by Robin Duvillard

On the occasion of the release of Robin Duvillard’s first book, “Le ski de fond … en comble,” published by Les Passionnés de Bouquins, I’m delighted to introduce this colorful narrative for which I had the honor of illustrating the cover. Never one to hold back on anecdotes, Robin candidly shares insights into his sport,…

Artists Magazine – Special report: Learning how to paint the body in movement

Special report: Mastering the Art of Painting the Moving Body Art history has many artists who look for representing human being in his daily life and his leisure. From the Egyptians to the ancient Greeks behind the Olympic Games, from the Impressionists to contemporary artists, movement has always been an inquenchable source of inspiration. In…

The book Mémoires du rugby à l’ancienne by Serge Collinet

The book Mémoires du rugby à l’ancienne by Serge Collinet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wB2484d67qQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wB2484d67qQ Rugby is a sport that leaves traces both physically and psychologically. Like a poisoned arrow slowly distilling its venom into the blood of all those lucky enough to have ever worn a rugby jersey and ball. Exhilarating stories of rides, victories or evenings, away…

Dianne de Navacelle de Coubertin, Eva Serrano, athlète olympique et Lucie LLONG et Guillaume Renoud devant le musée de l'olympisme de lausanne

Visit of the Olympic museum in Lausanne with Diane de Navacelle de Coubertin

The Olympic Games from Antiquity to Today The history of the Olympic Games from antiquity is long and tumultuous. It begins in 776 BC and continues for over 1000 years. For the majority of this period, the games were held in Olympia, in Greece, a city that is now a popular tourist destination. The Ancient…