Sports: the five weekend events not to be missed in Aveyron

Find a selection of the main meetings in the department, Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September.


100 kilometers from Millau

(Saturday September 24, at 10 a.m.)

The 100 Kilometers of Millau are celebrating their half-century of existence. More than 2,000 participants are expected in the city center on Saturday, September 24, to take the start of the oldest of the hundred terminal events in France. It will also be the big return of this mythical meeting of off-stadium races, which has not taken place since 2019, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


Lévézou Segala – Cahors

(Federal 2; Sunday, September 25 at 3:30 p.m.)

Finally home! After playing his first two games of the season away from home, Lévézou Ségala Aveyron is back on his land, Sunday, September 25, for the reception of Cahors at Cassagnes-Bégonhès.

The opportunity for the men of Ruan Lamprecht and David Veyrac to find their supporters but also to measure themselves against what is probably best in their group.

Winners in their first two outings, and in particular Decazeville (24-19) a week ago, the Lotois look like favorites at the start of the season. Sunday’s meeting will therefore be a good way for the yellows and the greens to calibrate themselves, those who are aiming for the final stages at the end of the season.


Luc-Primaube – Requista

(Coupe de France; Saturday 24 September at 6 p.m.)

Make way for Teixeirico! The only 100% Aveyron poster of the 4th round marks the return of Paolo Teixeira, Réquista’s player-coach, to the field of Luc-Primaube, his former club. But the reunion will not be the only interest of the poster: the locals, residents of Regional 2, will try to enforce the hierarchy against the tenants of the Aveyron cup, promoted to Regional 3.


Thermal baths rally

(Saturday and Sunday)

Will Julien Marty pass the pass of three? The Figeacois, double title holder, will set off on the roads of the Thermes rally at the wheel of his Citroën DS3, Saturday September 24, with the possibility of winning three times consecutively in the Basin. A total of 91 competitors are expected on the special races in Auzits (Saturday) and Lugan (Sunday).


Elan Aveyron – Elusa

(National 3; Sunday at 3:30 p.m.)

The exploits have a disadvantage: they sharpen the expectation and give hope that the sequel will be of the same barrel. It is in this context that the players of Elan Aveyron are preparing to play their first home game of the season, Sunday September 25 at Ginette-Mazel.

They beat Chalosse (69-65), one of the favorites of their group, a week ago, during the first day of the championship. Audrey Hautcolas and her partners will attempt the pass of two this weekend, against Elusa, one of their competitors leading the maintenance during the last season.

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