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International Jumping of Dinard: More and More Stars!

Photo: E. Knoll.

Labellised CSI 5*, CSI 2* CSI 1*, and CSI YH reserved to 7-year-old horses in 2017, the International Jumping of Dinard, held from 2nd to 5th August, adds another star. The CSI2* gives way to a CSI3* allowing to greet more qualified riders.

If the riders from Brittany are of course expected at this new level of competition, the CSI 3* should allow the elite riders of the CSI 5* to compete with more horses. In total, 60 entries are open in this new label; the competitors will be able to enter their horses in the famous Tropicana Derby, traditionally planned on Saturday afternoon.

Every day, high level sport

With a total prize money of 630 000€, this new edition of the International Jumping of Dinard promised to offer great days of showjumping. Two 1.45m classes (CSI 3* and CSI 5*) will open the festivities on Thursday 2nd August. The « serious matters » will start on Friday 3rd August with a 1.55m class (CSI 5*) granted with a donation of 62 000 € and a 1.50m class (CSI 3*) with a prize money of 24 600 € to bring the day to a close.

If the spectacular Tropicana Derby (CSI 3*) planned at 4.00pm is THE most expected moment of the competition; the spectators should miss neither the 1,50m class of the CSI 5*, nor the confrontation of the best 7-year-old horses in a 1,40m Grand Prix à (CSI YH), held on the beautiful sand arena.

On Sunday 5th August, time for Grand Prix! There will be high level sport since no less than 3 Grand Prix will be held in a row on the grass arena of the Val Porée. As early as 9.00am, the riders from the CSI 3* will try to clinch victory on a 1.50m course. At 12.30am, the riders from the CSI 1* will play their final in a 1.40m class. At 2.30pm, the world stars of showjumping will enter the stadium for the Rolex Grand Prix of Dinard (CSI 5*), grand finale of the show, over a 1,60m class, designed by Jean-François Morand, and a 300 000 € prize money.

Free admittance.
Food and beverage available in the exhibitors’ village.
TV broadcasting and streaming of the Tropicana Derby and the Rolex Grand Prix of Dinard.

www.jumpingdinard.com

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Grand Prix Rolex de Dinard: Amazing Scenario, French Victory

Nicolas Delmotte (FRA) and Ilex VP. Crédit photo: Pixels events.

One more time, the public of Dinard, evaluated at 18 500 persons, was present, and had filled up the stands of the Val Porée stadium to encourage with enthusiasm some of the best riders in the world. This edition 2017 goes to the French Nicolas Delmotte, riding his nine year old stallion, Ilex VP, a son of Diamant de Semilly.

Out of the 33 pairs on the start list for this 1,60m class designed by the international course designer Jean François Morand, only two cleared the course, and were called to ride the final phase against the clock.

The final phase against the clock was run according to a very unusual scenario, since Nicolas Delmotte clears the course, in a time that he considered himself « beatable » but the Egyptian, after a pole down on the first fence, decided to retire and has to do with the second position.

The French rider, based in Douai, in North of France, thanked the Mars family for its organization, and the owners of this very promising stallion (who was competing in its first CSI5*), Beatrice Martens and Véronique Daems Vastapane. If he found the course rather delicate, Nicolas paid tribute to the course designer not asking unnecessary efforts to the horses.

Karim Elzogby, very fair play, said he was very happy to be back in this stadium he knows very well since he worked in Brittany for 20 years. He promised to be back if his only horse, Amélia, is still in good shape next year.

Thanks to the hard work put in by the Mars family, in charge of the site since 2013, and the 120 officials and volunteers, this International Jumping of Dinard has one more time kept all its promises, with a prestigious list of riders, and an outstanding organization.

Results of the Grand Prix Rolex de Dinard: www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2017-152/rolex-grand-prix-de-dinard-6/results.html

TV Highlights free of copyrights: http://transfert.datanaute.com/evs-dinard-2017/

All the results: www.worldsporttiming.com

www.jumpingdinard.com

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CSI 5* Derby Tropicana: Belgian Wilm Vermeir Clinches Victory

Wilm Vermeir (BEL) and DM Jacqmotte. Crédit photo: Pixels events.

This year again, the Tropicana Derby kept its promises. As usual, the public, who came in numbers, was there to support the nine pairs on the start list.

Out of nine riders, none managed to clear the course. With 2 time penalty points, (172.46), the Belgian rider Wilm Vermeir, riding DM Jacqmotte, an 8 year old stallion by Toulon, signed the best score and clinched victory in his first Derby. The 38 year old rider, based with twenty horses near Lümmen, said he was delighted about his week end in Britanny, since he won his 4th class with different horses, among which the 7 year old Grand prix supported by the Haras des M with Kiarado, and the Avalle class on Thursday with Gentiane de la Pomme. We probably have not heard the last of this rider, who recently joined the Top 100 of the world ranking.

The second place goes to the rider from Britanny, Louis Bouhana, associated to the 11 year old gelding Sweet Phir (Quercus du Maury) with a total of five time faults (181’’18). A great performance for the rider based in Languivic, in Morbihan, who was competing in his first Derby. Louis paid tribute to his horse, who belongs to Michel Toninni, that he has been riding since the end of May, and was previously under the saddle of Clément Boulanger. « I don’t know him that well, but along the course, I felt he was relaxing. »

Philippe Rozier (FRA) completes the podium of the 2017 Derby he was riding with Rêveur de Kergane, who was already placed 5th in the Derby of La Baule in May. Due to a pole down on a vertical, and time faults (176’’77), the Olympic champion scores a total of 7 points. Disappointed about this score he feels responsible for, Philippe paid tribute to Rêveur’s qualities he has been riding for a few months only, and was under an amateur’s saddle. « He is an incredible horse; he is not surprised by anything. He agrees on everything, indoors, Derbies or Grand Prix. He is the living proof that in the world many horses could perform at the highest level, provided they meet the right person at the right time. »
Regarding the number of horses who entered this Derby, considered too limited, Philippe said he was not surprised, since during the same week end the riders have the choice between several competitions at the same level. « It is also an opportunity for the younger riders to get selected. »

Results of the Derby Tropicana: www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2017-152/derby-tropicana-5/results.html

TV Highlights free of copyrights: http://transfert.datanaute.com/evs-dinard-2017/

All the start lists and results: www.worldsporttiming.com

www.jumpingdinard.com

Véronique GAUTHIER / Agence Consulis
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mob: +33 672 770 600

Bruno OPPENHEIM / O.I.C
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mob: +33 614 422 795

CSI 5*: Speedy Friday

Patrice Delaveau’s victory in the Suez class. Crédit photo: E. Knoll.

USA on the lead

The Conseil départemental of Ille et Vilaine was the sponsor of the first speed class of the day (145cm), with about 30 riders on the list. USA clinches victory, but the rider from Brittany, Margaux Rocuet, placed 2nd.

11 out of the pairs on the start list clear the course, but the fastest, in 69’’10, is the American rider Catherine Nicole Tyree, 23 years old, riding her 11 year old grey gelding, Bokai. « He is one of my three horses. I have been riding him for just a year; he is very careful, and brave. He does everything he can to win. »

With a time of 69’’58, riding Vahiné de Biéville, the rider from Brittany, Margaux Rocuet, who was in the lead for a long time, had to do with second position. The 24 year old rider based in the family stables of Saint Helen, with her father Bruno, had a large smile on her face after this great result in her first show at this level in France. Despite a broken toe, Margaux paid tribute to the mare she has been riding for two years, and owned by Edouard de Rotschild. « I always believed she would be successful. We did everything we could to educate her properly and bring her at this level. For me Dinard is a mythical site; we have been coming here every year since I was little. I did everything I could to be selected for this show. I am very happy about this result. »

The 3rd place goes to Patrice Delaveau (FRA), associated to Urcos de Kerglenn (Toulon), who brings the horse breeding from Brittany into the highlights, for the greatest delight of the Richard family, based in Finistère.

Results of the Conseil départemental d’Ille et Vilaine: www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2017-152/prix-ille-et-vilaine-2/results.html

Suez class, French duo on the lead

The second class of the day (155cm) reserved to the riders of the 5* was also against the clock. Victory goes to Patrice Delaveau (FRA), followed by Thierry Rozier (FRA).

If one third of the riders clear the course, the French rider, World reserve champion in 2014, Patrice Delaveau, signed the fastest time (74’’83) and clinched victory with his experienced Aquila HDC. « I am very happy; my horse jumped super, and he liked the course. He is used to compete in CSI5* every week end. He just completed a difficult tour; he is relieved to be back on a large grass arena. He had a good time, and me too. »
The surprise of the day comes from the second place of Thierry Rozier, who, after fifteen years away from this level of competition, completes the course in a time of 75’’76 with his student Electra Narchios’s mare, Venezia d’Ecaussinnes. « I am really happy, super motivated by the whole atmosphere, my brother Philippe’s career. I feel like crazy at the moment. I am really keen about competing. Actually I am impressed myself by this result, especially with this mare who was competing in the amateur classes last year. Since the beginning of the season, I did everything possible to be selected for this show in Dinard. I asked Philippe Guerdat to put me on the list if he could; he said he would select me because of my results. »
The third place goes to the Portuguese Luciana Diniz, associated to Lennox, one of her top horses she will ride in the Rolex Grand Prix – an auspicious result.

Results of Prix Suez: www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2017-152/prix-suez-3/results.html

All the start lists and results: www.worldsporttiming.com

www.jumpingdinard.com

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mob: +33 614 422 795

CSI5* Alvalle Class: Belgium Clinches Victory

Wilm Vermer (BEL) and Gentiane de la Pomme. Crédit photo: Pixels events.

The riders from the CSI5* tread upon the grass arena for the first time of the weekend to compete in the Alvalle class. 34 of them were on the start list of this speed class. Thanks to Will Wermer, the Belgian national anthem was played in the stadium.

To be among the winners, the riders had to clear the fences, but as fast as possible. If 17 pairs found the key to the course designed by Jean-François Morand, the fastest rider of this first confrontation was the Belgian Will Wermer, riding his 10 year old mare, Gentiane de la Pomme, who crosses the finish line in a time of 34’’41. Based near Lümmen, the rider, who competes in Dinard for the second time, said he was delighted with this result. « Gentiane is my top horse; he is a real fighter. When she goes into the ring, she is determined to win. She won most of the cups we have in the stables. »

The French rider Louis Bouhana, riding Shamrock du Niro, was in the lead most of the time, after a clear round in 34’’80.but finished 2nd. Based near Lorient, he paid tribute to his horse, who belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Dulion from La Baule. « Shamrock is fantastic; he signs a lot of clear rounds. I have been riding him for three years. He has a great mind; he is very generous. »

Nicolas Delmotte, very happy about his 3rd place Darmani Van T Heike in a time of 35’’37, paid tribute to the site of the competition, « the most beautiful in Europe. »

Results of the Alvalle class: www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2017-152/prix-alvalle-1/results.html

All the start lists and results: www.worldsporttiming.com

www.jumpingdinard.com

Véronique GAUTHIER / Agence Consulis
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mob: +33 672 770 600

Bruno OPPENHEIM / O.I.C
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mob: +33 614 422 795

Dinard CSI 5*, before the European Championships

Photo credit Sport Concept.

The international Jumping of Dinard (CSI5*) will be the must-not-miss event from 27 to July 30. Last-but-one 5* competition in France before the European Championships three weeks later in Göteborg, the Emerald Coast should be the rendezvous of preparation for the selected riders. And if the next 2017 European champion won one of the key class of this Brittany Jumping?

The two highlights

DERBY TROPICANA (CSI 5*), Saturday 29 July 2017 at 4.30pm

There is no more spectacular event than a Derby. In Dinard, the public is always numerous and faithful to this class which is a combination of natural and traditional fences set on a 1000m long course. Whether neophyte or passionate about the discipline, the Derby Tropicana captivates every spectator. After 25 jumps (hedges, mounds, stretches of water, Brittany banks…), only one couple will go out like a hero in front of a jubilant public. Who will succeed in dethroning Laura Renwick (GBR) and her brilliant Rembrandt Blue (SF), double holders of the title in 2015 and 2016? Answer on Saturday 29 July…

GRAND PRIX ROLEX OF DINARD (CSI 5*), Sunday 30 July 2017 at 2.30pm

Who will succeed Christian Ahlmann (GER) and Cornado II, both winners of the 2016 Grand Prix of Dinard? After four days of competition, the Grand Prix, carrying this year the colors of Rolex, the iconic Swiss watch brand, will reward the best riders and horses of the world. A few days before the European championships, the Grand Prix Rolex of Dinard will be the opportunity for the riders to mark the spirits and for the public to admire its favorites. The spectators, always very numerous to attend this event, will be the witnesses of a sport confrontation of the highest level, with the 50 best pairs of the show representing 20 nations competing in this Grand Prix Rolex endowed with 300 000 euros.

The Derby Tropicana and the Grand Prix Rolex will be broadcasted live in France on BeIN Sports and Equidia Life. Free entrance.

www.jumpingdinard.com

Véronique GAUTHIER / Agence Consulis
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Christian Ahlmann Master of Dinard

Christian Ahlmann (ALL)/Cornado II. Photo: Pixels Events.

Out of 37 contestants in the Grand Prix CSI5* of the city of Dinard 2016, 15 managed to qualify for the jump off, but the German Christian Ahlmann, up to his reputation, clinches victory with Cornado II.

The jump off, very competitive, took place in front of fully packed grandstands and overexcited spectators. Since the design of the course did not allow the riders to cut short, the only solution to bring the time down was to turn immediately after landing from the fences. Second to go, the Belgian Jérôme Guéry chose to ask everything to his grey horse Papillon Z, and set the time at 42″73. Nobody could imagine this incredible performance could ever been beaten, but the German genius Christian Ahlmann, world n°2, associated to Cornado II, brings the time down to 42″72, by one hundred of a second, that will allow him to win this CSI5* of Dinard for his first visit and participation. “First of all, I have to admit that I am really impressed by the quality of the site and by the arena. To clear here, you need a very good and experienced horse, but the course was fun to ride. The fact that the public is so big makes a real difference although it puts more pressure on our shoulders.”

The Belgian rider had to do with the second place. “I miss this victory by a fraction of a second, but I am very pleased with this placing. I am very happy to be part of this competition with so many talented riders.”

The Irish Darragh Kenny, in great spirits since the beginning of the Jumping of Dinard, places 3rd, after clearing the course with Go Easy de Muze in a time of 43″25.”This show is fantastic; it is my second time here; my horse jumped incredible. I only had him for eight weeks; he already places 3rd twice in CSI5*.”

The first French, Timothée Anciaume, decided not to play the time, but to clear. His strategy was obviously right, since, associated to Kiamon, he places 6th behind the Belgian Peter Devos/Dream of India Greenfield (4th) and the Swedish Douglas Lindelow/Zacramento (5th).

Results of the Grand Prix of Dinard:
www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2016-107/grand-prix-de-la-ville-de-dinard-6/results.html

Link to download the free highlights of the Grand Prix of Dinard:
http://transfert.datanaute.com/download-742de1a6e3fd0a23577c02576c4de8fd

www.jumpingdinard.com

Véronique GAUTHIER / Agence Consulis
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mob: +33 672 770 600

Bruno OPPENHEIM / O.I.C
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mob: +33 614 422 795

Laura Renwick… Again!

Laura Renwick (GBR) and Rembrandt Blue. Photo: Pixels Events.

Unprecedented scenario for this edition of the Tropicana Derby of Dinard, since the British rider Laura Renwick signs her second consecutive win with Rembrandt Blue, her 10-year-old grey gelding.

From early in the afternoon, the public was crowding the alleys of the Val Porée stadium in order to watch this high-level event. They were 14 on the starting list, ready to take up the challenge of a 1060 meters long course, with 29 jumps, the horses facing unusual difficulties like water crossing, mounds, or an impressive hill slope followed by a double combination of verticals.

In front of fully packed grandstands, the British rider Laura Renwick, famous for being one of the fastest in the world, completes the only clear round of the class in a time of 165″41. With a large smile on her face, the rider said she was delighted with her horse who enjoys, just like her, that type of classes.

“I took him here only for this Derby; it was my target this week end. I am very pleased with the result. It is a unique and very demanding exercise for the horses, equivalent to several regular classes.”

The second place goes to the Italian Luca Maria Moneta, riding Neptune Brécourt, his 15-year-old French horse, who does not knock a single rail, but gets two penalty points for his time of 187″17. “I am very happy; the Derby is a new exercise for Neptune, with whom I rode all the big classes and championships. This is only his fourth Derby, after La Baule, Hickstead and Falsterbö. He seemed to enjoy it. It is always easy to have a rail down on a Derby. Neptune is a very rapid horse, but if he goes too fast, he may push a rail down, which is why I preferred to go for a clear round even if I got time penalties. To me, this second place is fantastic; it is my best result ever on that type of classes.”

In third position, the French Julien Epaillard, riding Sheriff de la Nutria LM, who signed the fastest time (162″24), but had unfortunately a rail down on the second last fence. “I am fully satisfied with Scheriff; he jumped well; he gave me everything. He placed 6th here last year. When you try to play the time, sometimes you pay for it towards the end of the course. After the n°19, I felt he was slightly tired. I had no information about Laura’s time; maybe I should have paid a little more attention over the two last fences, but today we gained more experience on that type of classes I really enjoy riding.”

Hats off to the Swiss Pius Schwizer/Chellatus R who complete the course with only 4 penalties, but in a very fast time of 167″29, as well as to the Italian Daniele Augusto Da Rios, who crosses the finish line with only 4 points in 170″20.

Results:
www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2016-107/derby-tropicana-5/results.html

International Jumping of Dinard (CSI 5*) –Val Porée Stadium

Highlights: Tropicana Derby, Saturday 30 July at 4.30pm and Grand Prix of the City of Dinard, Sunday 31 July at 2.30pm.

Free admittance. Food and beverage available in the exhibitors’ village.

Tropicana Derby and Grand Prix of the city of Dinard broadcasted on TV and in live streaming.

www.jumpingdinard.com

Véronique GAUTHIER / Agence Consulis
veronique-gauthier@club-internet.fr
mob: +33 672 770 600

Bruno OPPENHEIM / O.I.C
bruno.oppenheim@wanadoo.fr
mob: +33 614 422 795

Laura Renwick and Her… Shooting Star

Laura Renwick (GBR)/Bintang II. Photo: Pixels Events.

In this Prix Suez, third class of the CSI 5*, 37 riders were on the starting list over a course designed by Jean-François Morand and his team. The British rider, Laura Renwick, one more time up to her reputation, clinches victory with Bintang III.

Only nine pairs were invited to compete in the jump off the clock in this Suez class, at 1m55. If the French rider Julien Epaillard and Quatrin de la Roque (Quick Star), signs the fastest time (46″59), he leaves a pole on the ground and is unfortunately kept away from the jump off. Second to go, the French Kevin Staut, who gave all he had with Elky Van Het Indihof HDC (Toulon), established himself in the lead of this very competitive final with a time of 48″12 that finally led only to a 2nd place. “It is not always easy to go among the first riders in the jump off. Even if Elky placed first in many classes, I seldom won at the jump off. She is an exceptional mare, but she has short strides, compare to other horses who gain ground more easily.”

The spectators, out of breath, started to dream of a French victory, but they did not count on the British rider, famous for being among the fastest riders in the world, Laura Renwick, associated to her Grand Prix horse, the well-named Bintang III, whose name, from Indonesian origins, means “Star”. Probably slightly favoured by her last position in the jump off, Laura and her 10 years old KWPN gelding pulled everything together by clearing the course in a winning time of 47″01. With a big smile on her face, the rider said, “Dinard is an incredible show for me; last year I won the Derby here. Bintang loves this show ground; yesterday he placed 5th in the opening class, and the design of the jump off suited him perfectly today. He has a very big stride, and even with the speed, he remains very careful.” Laura admitted she had been lucky to find the right distance on the last vertical, without having to slow down. Bintang will be among the contesters in the Grand Prix of the city of Dinard on Sunday at 2.30pm.

In 3rd position, the Swedish rider Douglas Lindelow, associated to Zacramento, who cleared the course in 48″74. The rider said he was delighted with this horse he discovered only four months ago, when his owner and friend bought him. “He is a super athlete; he has all the qualities to be successful at the highest level. I am very confident about our future.”

Results:
www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2016-107/prix-suez-3/results.html

International Jumping of Dinard (CSI 5*) –Val Porée Stadium

Highlights: Tropicana Derby, Saturday 30 July at 4.30pm and Grand Prix of the City of Dinard, Sunday 31 July at 2.30pm.

Free admittance. Food and beverage available in the exhibitors’ village.

Tropicana Derby and Grand Prix of the city of Dinard broadcasted on TV and in live streaming.

www.jumpingdinard.com

Véronique GAUTHIER / Agence Consulis
veronique-gauthier@club-internet.fr
mob: +33 672 770 600

Bruno OPPENHEIM / O.I.C
bruno.oppenheim@wanadoo.fr
mob: +33 614 422 795

Luca Maria Moneta, Winning Time…

Luca Maria Moneta (ITA)/Connery, winners of the Prix Alvalle. Photo: Pixels Events.

For this introduction to the CSI5*, the grand stands were already almost packed with an enthusiastic public, eager to support the best riders in the world.

In this opening class in two phases, over fences at 1m45, sponsored by Alvalle, the 36 pairs on the starting list had clear the first part within the time limit, and, immediately after the n°6, complete the course as fast as possible until the finish line, without knocking a single pole, of course.

Some of the riders chose to show the site to their horses, others clearly decided to play the game, and do everything possible to be on the podium. While 16 riders cleared the course, the Italian Luca Maria Moneta clinches victory with his 13-year-old Westphalian gelding, Connery. Second last to go, he completes the second phase in a time of 31″99. “I am very happy about my horse; I was just a little faster than everybody else, and it was good enough to win this class. Connery and I form a very strong pair; we know each other very well. I rode many classes with him. When I saw the leader was quite fast, I decided to go for it. I’d rather try to win and have a rail down, then clear the course and not be placed. My horse gave everything he had.” Friday, Connery will be in the speed class sponsored by the Conseil départemental d’Ille et Vilaine at about 11.45am.

The American rider Beezie Madden, associated to Breitling LS, was in the lead since the beginning of the class with a time of 32″47. She finally had to do with 2nd place. Very pleased with her 10-year-old horse, she said she would not have gone any faster even knowing that the Italian rider would bring her time down. “For me, this is a very encouraging start to the competition.”

In 3rd place, the French rider Jérôme Hurel, riding Urano, clears the second phase in a time of 32″57. “It is the beginning of the competition. I am pleased with Urano; he did the job very well. Tomorrow, he will be in the speed class at 1m45.”

Results:
www.worldsporttiming.com/results/jumping-international-de-dinard-2016-107/prix-alvalle-1/results.html.

International Jumping of Dinard (CSI 5*) –Val Porée Stadium

Highlights: Tropicana Derby, Saturday 30 July at 4.30pm and Grand Prix of the City of Dinard, Sunday 31 July at 2.30pm.

Free admittance. Food and beverage available in the exhibitors’ village.

Tropicana Derby and Grand Prix of the city of Dinard broadcasted on TV and in live streaming.

www.jumpingdinard.com

Véronique GAUTHIER / Agence Consulis
veronique-gauthier@club-internet.fr
mob: +33 672 770 600

Bruno OPPENHEIM / O.I.C
bruno.oppenheim@wanadoo.fr
mob: +33 614 422 795