Dylan Rocher ace shot Millau 2014
Published on 08/15/2014 at 09:07
Millau (12) - Bowls. World of Millau. Last night the young French won the trophy marksmen
Dylan Rocher, the great star of the French petanque, yesterday in action in one of the aisles of the Victory Park Millau for a win in head-to-head / MSD, SH
Yesterday started at Millau, from 11 am, the first major test of this World millavois 32nd with the head-to-head gathering 2,974 players. Last year, there were 3,030 initially and ended in victory for the Roman Fournié.
Anyway, it will take two days of competition to reach the grand final scheduled for this Friday from 19: 45 am, in the Victory Park. A marathon that filled the aisles of millavois park yesterday for parts all the more contested than the other.
However, the highlight of the day on Thursday has been the trophy As marksmanship which was won by Dylan Rocher on the Italian, Diego Rizzi by 58 to 55 For the women, Angelique Papon beaten final its Thai rival with a total of 55 points to 6 points of her own world record for the specialty.
On Thursday morning the trophy aveyronnais players threesomes, with 138 teams entered, was won by Fabrice Eric Poplin-Mascaro Patrick Campredon team (Monastery-Four Seasons) Patrick Gal-Gal dominant Azéma Damien Alexander Fajoux (Sévérac-Agnac-Livinhac).
David Solignac-Jean-Pierre Costes Caulet Cyril (Four Seasons) beat Nicolas Franck Bonneviale-Bories Richard Fauvet (Creissels).
Fabrice Eric Poplin-Mascaro Patrick Campredon (Monastery-Four Seasons) beat Pierre-Yves COURSIERES Astoul Carlos Almeida Martins (Vailhourles).
Florent Combes Mark Chaliez Damiano (Creissels-Broquiès) beat Aurélie Bories-Thibaut Bories Gerard Costes (Creissels-Aguessac).
Patrick Gal-Azéma Damien Alexander Fajoux (Sévérac-Agnac-Livinhac) beat Didier Goncalves Quentin Sol-Hubert Plisson (Réquista Naucelle).
Fabrice Eric Poplin-Mascaro Patrick Campredon (Monastery-Four Seasons) beat Florent Combes Mark Chaliez Damian Azais (Creissels-Broquiès).
Patrick Gal-Azéma Damien Alexander Fajoux (Sévérac-Agnac-Livinhac) beat David Solignac-Jean-Pierre Costes Caulet Cyril (Four Seasons).
Fabrice Eric Poplin-Mascaro Patrick Campredon (Monastery-Four Seasons) beat 13-4 Patrick Gal-Azéma Damien Alexander Fajoux (Sévérac-Agnac-Livinhac).
As trophy male shooting
Quarter-finals: The Boursicaud Rizzi beats, beats Quintais Malbec Suchaud beats Santos (Capdenac), Rocher beats Weibel.
1/2 final: Rizzi Suchaud 50_47 beats Rocher beats Quintais 48-34
Final: Rocher beats Rizzi 58-55