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Dossier demande dagrement proprietaire 2018. Official Colors - Google Sheets. Michigan Wolverines Color Codes - Team Color Codes. Ours de Villard-de-Lans. The 10 best team colors in college football of 2014 | Fan Index. College Football Fan Index presented by Degree is a cumulative data-based ranking of America’s most engaged fan bases for the 2014 season. Support your school by voting in the poll and see which programs index strongest each week throughout the regular season. 1. Texas (burnt orange and white) Today, burnt orange is synonymous with Texas. Back in the 1880s, fans wore orange (not burnt orange) and white ribbons to support the baseball team, although at the time, Texas didn’t officially adopt those colors. Students, faculty, staff and alumni were all invited to send in their ballots.

[usat-fan-index-vote] So for the next three decades, Texas wore orange. “I’ll find the color that you want,” Little said the mill’s owner promised, “and when I get what you like, we’ll call it Texas orange.” Jim Cowsert-USA TODAY What Littlefield liked turned out to be burnt orange, a darker shade than the creamsicle variety Texas had been sporting. Jim Cowsert-USA TODAY Sports Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports 2. 3. Why Do Tennis Players Wear White? What, you think they wear it just because it's hot out? Ha! Reuters Oh, Muffy. You've got quite a brain in that little blonde head of yours! To answer briefly, and obviously: White reflects the entire spectrum of light, which means it absorbs little heat. You see, while the uniform developed around the turn of the century, tennis is an ancient game. By the 16th century, the French and English aristocracy played a version of this jeu de paume with a rudimentary racket.

Our sporty little shorts and polos did not exist then. Jeu de palme players at a country palace. While such restrictive clothing no doubt taxed the Nadals and Federers of old, still the game spread across Europe. It's fair to say that, around the turn of the 20th century, a game very much like contemporary tennis had developed and become a sport. Nonetheless, this era saw the first tennis tournament. Library of Congress Wearing white cost a lot. Lenglen at play, shot by Jacques-Henri Lartigue, 1921 Unlucky Gussie. Dr Russell Hill Research.

Darwin (1876) first noticed that primate males use colouration for attracting females and displaying dominance and subsequent studies have provided support for the significance of red. The intensity of red colouration in rhesus macaques and mandrills offers cues to male quality and status, but it is in male-male competition that the role of red is most pronounced.

In mandrills, male red colouration on rump, face and genitalia depends on their testosterone-levels and male mandrills assess a rival's fighting ability and dominance rank based on their brightness of the rival's red colouration. In essense, the red colouration is a badge of status in primates, and in fact red colouration is associated with dominance and aggression in a wide range of taxa. In humans, skin redness is not such a pronounced signal, but males tend to be redder than females and facial redness does correlate with testosterone levels and so may indicate high status and thus dominance. Data Sport. Se questo è un gioco - Nicola delez Deleonardis - Google Books. The (unofficial) NHL Uniform Database. >2012-13 English football « billsportsmaps.com. England: Conference North, map with 2013 champions Chester FC, and the 4 play-off clubs. 2012-13 Conference North & Conference South Play-offs – Fixtures, Results (soccerway.com).

The Conference North is one of 3 leagues in the Non-League Football Conference. It is a 6th Level league, and its sister league is the Conference South. Both were instituted in 2004-05. The 22-team Conference North and the 22-team Conference South are the highest regional leagues in the English football pyramid – promotion is to the 5th level and the Conference National (which is the lowest-level national league in the English football ladder, and the highest level in the Non-League pyramid). 2 clubs each from Conference North and from Conference South are promoted each season – one automatic promotion (1st place) and the play-offs winner.

The play-offs are comprised of the 4 clubs which finished in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th places. Promoted to Conference National for 2013-14 – Chester FC. Guiseley AFC.

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Classements et historiques competitions. Rugby. Maillots Volley Clubs Pros Français. Maillot porté par Frantz GRANVORKA (Réceptionneur/Attaquant). Donation Benjamin Fokou Vice Champion d'Europe des Nations en 2003, 4ème en 1997, 6ème en 1999, 7ème en 2001Finaliste de la Ligue Mondiale 2006 et de la Ligue des Champions 2008. Médaille de bronze au Championnat du Monde 2002 (Argentine) et 6ème place au Japon (2006) Maillot porté par Franz Granvorka (Receptionneur/Attaquant) Vainqueur de la Coupe de France en 1999 avec le Paris Volley Maillot porté par Jiri NOVAK (Receptionneur/Attaquant) Vainqueur de la Ligue des Champions 2001, de la Coupe des Coupes 2000 et de la Super Coupe d'Europe 2000 et 2001 Champion de France 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009. Vainqueur de la Coupe de France 2000, 2001, 2004 Maillot porté par Jean-François EXIGA (Libéro) International A. Maillot porté par Arnaud Toch (Receptionneur/Attaquant).

Maillot porté en Championnat de France Pro A et en Coupe d'Europe des vainqueurs de Coupe. Maillot porté par Philip REJLEK (Attaquant). OarSpotter.com.

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Uni Watch. ColorWerx. France Galop - courses hippiques de galop. Cyclisme. 4. Gréhaigne et Poggi eJ 21. Sport Insignes. Sports Uniforms. Maillot. INFOGRAPHIES. Ligue 1 : pourquoi Angers est encore loin de la Ligue des champions. Par Pierre Godon Mis à jour le , publié le "Candidat au titre ? Le fait de nous poser la question, c'est déjà incroyable, ironise Stéphane Moulin, l'entraîneur du SCO d'Angers, 2e de Ligue 1 derrière le PSG, après 10 journées. Non, pas du tout, on est toujours candidat au maintien.

" Parce que la Ligue 1 n'est pas si accueillante pour les promus Un promu tient en moyenne quatre ans en Ligue 1 (statistique établie sur les 20 dernières saisons). C'est curieusement moins que dans les autres grands championnats étrangers : 60% des clubs présents en Premier League ou en Serie A, et même 70% des clubs présents en Liga espagnole sont présents depuis moins de dix ans. Parce que les promus ont 75% de chances d'être rétrogradés quatre ans après leur montée Peut-on raisonnablement envisager qu'Angers finisse la saison sur le podium ? Parce qu'il est rare de les voir finir en haut de tableau Un promu 2e à la 10e journée peut-il descendre ? Bien malin qui devinera la place du SCO en fin de saison. What does data of a million football games tell us?

DATA - By digging through the basic data of one million football (soccer) games, going back to 1901, you can distill some interesting trends. The average goals scored per game is 2,77. But there’s a lot more to it. Courtesy of the people of Footballfans.eu, a groundhopping community, I was able to analyse the outcomes of a million football games. The oldest games are from the English First Division in 1901. The database now contains competitions and cups from over 75 countries and most international championships. But first, let’s look at the distributions of the scores from all the games in the data set. In the section “other scores”, we find some pretty exotic results. Now let’s have a more narrow look. The graph looks quite similar to the previous one. Trends Now let’s look at trends. There are lots of fluctuations in the first half before it starts to stabilize and show a slight downward trend.

Now that looks interesting. Brazil becoming less attractive? Let’s zoom in again. Boring. Quand le théorème de Pythagore explique le classement de Ligue 1. Appliquer la célèbre formule à notre championnat permet d'éclairer le possible maintien de Sochaux ou l'éventuelle non-qualification de Saint-Étienne en Ligue des champions.

Vous avez peut-être été traumatisé au collège par le théorème de Pythagore: «Le carré de l'hypoténuse est égal à la somme des carrés des deux autres côtés.» Ou, pour le dire autrement: si vous connaissez la longueur de deux côtés d'un triangle rectangle, vous pouvez calculer celle du troisième. Mais savez-vous que ce théorème permet d'évaluer l'efficacité d'une formation sportive? Au début des années 1980, le spécialiste du base-ball Bill James, un des pionniers de la sabermétrie, cette analyse statistique du sport popularisée par le film Moneyball, a découvert qu'il était possible d'en utiliser une variante pour calculer de manière assez fiable le pourcentage de victoires d'une équipe.

Pour cela, il suffit de connaître le nombre de runs (points) marqués et encaissés par elle: Formule affinée, complexifiée, adaptée.