The death of a coach and a firefighter who went in France…: This happened this weekend in the news from Brest

Skaters at the Brest Roller Club at the French Championships in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vendée © BRC

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Saturday 4 June 2022

T falcon and short brest

When two major sporting events join forces to highlight their respective disciplines, Cycling with Ty Zef and Running with Brest, it generates a beautiful day, in the commercial port, around the 10,000 square meter village.2 It will be erected for the occasion in Parc-à-Chaînes. Ty Zef sea side and land side courses gathered about 300 people and the entertainment was popular with kids and families. For its part, the Brest court also gathered about 300 people, at the start of the 5 km evening distance in Cour d’Agot.

Four cups for Stade Brestois 29

A beautiful harvest that surpasses Stade Prestois 29 during the final of the Brittany Cup held on Saturday, at the Henri-Gerin Technical Center, in Ploufragan, near Saint-Brieuc (Cote d’Armor). In fact, four red and white youth teams entered their names on the event winners: an under-15 and under-18 race for girls, and an under-14 and under-16 race for boys.

Among the girls, the U15s won on penalties (5-3) against Ploërmel (3-3 at the end of regulatory time, and the U18s won 2 goals to 1 against CPB Brequigny.

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Among the boys, the U14s beat Stade Rennes FC in a penalty shootout (5-3, score at the end of regulatory time, 1-1). The U16s beat Stade Briochin 3-0.

All results: https://footbretagne.fff.fr

Sunday 5

The death of Yves Marie Ferrov

Yves Marie Ferrov, basketball player (Berke, Caen, Limoges, Ajaccio), French international (32 selections), coach (notably the late Etnard de Priest, from 1995 to 2005) died on Sunday.

With his two sons, Frank and Jimmy, he propelled Etendard in 2005 to the elite, in Pro A, thanks to 17 consecutive wins in the second division.

The basket of the city of Brest paid tribute to him on social networks:

As François Coelander, Mayor of Brest, via a press release:

“I would like to pay tribute to Yves Marie Ferrov, who today learned of her disappearance. An outstanding sportsman with a great career, a high-level basketball player, including for the national team, gave Brest many wonderful years of success as a coach between 1995 and 2005. With him, Etendard achieved Excellence and marked an exceptional decade. I extend to his family, and especially his two sons, who are both high-level basketball players, my deepest condolences.”

Gold, silver and bronze in France for the Brest Roller Club

The Brest Roller Club (BRC) participated this weekend on the 4th and 5th of June in the French Championship in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie, in Vendée. The Teamcross team from Brest stood out in particular. With, in the first division, the title of French champion for Dame Fall, and Damien Macchicote and Gaëtan Le Gac, vice-champions of France for Clara and Océane Jézéquel in the U14 / U16 category.

In skatecross, the Vice Champion of France also took the title to Océane Jézéquel in the U13 class. In pure height, Maël Roudaut took a bronze medal by finishing third in U17/U19.

In the end, all 11 of the BRC skaters secured good places in the three disciplines, this weekend, as more than 160 riders were in competition at Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie.

Next meet: French Liberal Championships on July 3 and 3 in Arsac, in the Gironde.

Monday 6

Landerno firefighter dies at Caen Marathon

Bruno Meunier, a firefighter from Landerno, aged 41 He died during the Caen Marathon (Calvados), organized on Sunday 5 June. This is what our colleagues from Liberty the free man (Group Publihebdos) In an article published on Monday, after the death of Venetian was confirmed today by the Calvados Prefecture and the organization of the marathon.

Serena stops in Brest

The ship Sirena, from the company Oceania Cruises, stopped in the port of Brest. He arrived from Saint-Malo about 6 a.m., and moored on the north quay of Basin V from where he left about 5 p.m. for La Rochelle. Built at Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire in 1999, renovated in 2015, the ship can carry 684 passengers and 400 crew members. 180.90m, 25.45m long and 11 storeys tall, it left Southampton (England) on Friday 3 June with the flight ending on Monday 13th.

Dauphiny: Olivier Le Jacques is very close to victory

Olivier Le Jacques, who runs 74e The version of the Critérium du Dauphiné with two other Finisterians, David Gaudu and Valentin Madouas of Groupama-FDJ, came close to achieving victory in the second stage Saint-Péray – Brives Charensac (170 km). After a long break, the former Brest Iroise Cycling (Bic) rider started the race from afar but crossed the finish line in third place. Ascended to the third degree of the podium in the general classification (4 degrees from leader and stage winner Alexis Voilerams, total energies).

The third stage between Saint-Paulien and Chastreix-Sancy this Tuesday 7 June, the final arrival on Sunday 12 at the end of the 8th and the last stage Saint-Alban-Leysse – Solaison Plateau (137.50 km).

> www.criterium-du-dauphine.fr/

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