The 19th edition of National Clermont had a big surprise on Saturday with the elimination of the youngest world champion, Dylan Rocher, teaming with Jean-Michel Puccinelli and Ludovic Montoro, the trio combellois Larrauri-Pradon-Auzat. National threesomes resumes Sunday at 8: 30 pm at the stage of 8th finals while the semifinals and finals are scheduled at 15 h and 17 h.
Well than eliminated, the world champion was followed yesterday
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The audience massaged around the playground scans prowess of the young champion, Dylan Rocher.? - Photo Easter Chareyron
In his first appearance at the National Clermont, Dylan Rocher has not been successful yesterday, but the world champion 21 years has been able to measure its immense popularity.
No complicated yesterday Bughes place, identify where Dylan Rocher evolved. A crowd created around the playground of the youngest world champion in each of his appearances. Wide-eyed, admiring the mine, spectators, from the youngest to the oldest, have not missed a beat of his prowess.
Modesty and humility
Admittedly, his first appearance on the national Clermont threesomes came up short. Unusual few hiccups with partners Jean-Michel Puccinelli and Ludovic Montoro earned him a logical elimination from the final 64 are the trio combellois Larrauri Gérald Gilles Mathieu and Pradon Auzat qualified for the next championships in France. Still, Manceau 21 years is the new icon of the tricolor bowls embodying a sporty and modern look.
"It is true that I have a little image, probably because I'm the youngest world champions. If it can bring something to the alley, so much the better, "says modestly that he is always ready to let a smile to slip a note to the many people who come to shake his hand and talk to him.
TV like the Petit Journal de Canal + trays, plethora of newspaper articles to the columns of the World, Rock Dylan has not missed loads.
"And I still have a lot," he admits, since the world title won in Marseille in October for which he took an active part in integrating perfectly in the France team alongside experienced Henri Lacroix, Philippe Suchaud, Bruno Le Boursicaud. The summit during a career and especially a 2012 years where he won almost everything (Masters Trophy Cities, World La Marseillaise, 1 of the National ranking, mixed doubles champion France), n ' has not changed the eldest in a family of three champions in the Making (with Gueven and Mendy) proudly succeed his father Bruno to global ranking (titled 2005).
His life, however, is oriented toward the Var and Draguignan, where he was offered a job in the office of mayor. "It's an interesting job, a nice town," he appreciates. He who now wears the colors of the club of his town, was picked up in 2013 where he left off, qualifying for the championships of France and expects all major appointments summer to continue to fill his impressive record.
"It will be hard to do as well in 2012, but we will try to have fun," he promises in peace.