Clarisse Agbegnenou, Alain Giresse et Marius Trésor aux Foulées littéraires
A double Olympic champion as well as two legends of French and Girondin football will be present on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 November at the Salon du livre et des literatures sportive
Canceled last year, Literary strides report to the Bois fleuri de Lormont for a tenth edition. There will be good people at the cultural and sports center for this Sports Book and Literature Fair since the double Olympic judo champion Clarisse Agbegnenou, newly crowned gold in Tokyo last summer, will be the guest of honor. . She will come to present her first book intended for young people (Saturday, 4:45 p.m.). “Fight to be yourself, the advice of a champion”, tells her story, from her youngest age to her ascent to her first world title.
Ouissem Belgacem to talk about homophobia in football
Two legends of French and Gironde football also participate in this event. Alain Giresse, author of the book “Born to play” and Marius Trésor on whom a biography was published a few months ago (“Beyond my dreams”, by Denis Granjou) will offer a meeting with the public (Saturday, 15 h 20). Another footballer, the Franco-Tunisian Ouissem Belgacem, who played in the African Cup of Nations, will present “Adieu ma shame”, his book which denounces the homophobia which plagues football (Saturday, 4:05 pm).
We can also go and meet the Bambuck family (Friday, 8 p.m.). The daughter, Aurélie, retraces in a documentary the journey of her father, Roger, sprint record holder at the Tokyo Olympics in 1964 then Secretary of State under Rocard and of her mother, Ghislaine, three times French high jump champion.
It will be possible to find Vincent Radureau, a face well-known to sports-loving viewers, who will come to present his second noir novel (“The shadow of a giant”), around a thriller coffee (Saturday, 10 am) in company other authors.
While the day of Friday remains more dedicated to school children, the show remains a free event and open to all Friday evening or Saturday all day (9:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.).
Program on www.lesfouleeslitteraires.fr