Trophée Panerai: the Régates Royales de Cannes

The final stage in the Trophée Panerai, which began back in April, will be taking place in the Baie de Cannes and La Napoule from 18th to 25th September. Marrying elegance and competition, the event welcomes a plethora of stunning vessels for a week of racing out on the waters of the Mediterranean.Read more

American takeover of Marseille football club

American businessman Frank McCourt has announced that he will be buying French Ligue 1 football club Olympique de Marseille (OM).  Having fallen under the shadow of rival team Paris Saint-Germain, McCourt plans to return the club to its former glory. The deal, which reportedly cost McCourt over 40 million euros, is due to be completed by the end of the year.Read more

Monegasque athletes to participate at the Olympics

The names of the three athletes who will be representing the Principality of Monaco at the next Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have been announced by Prince Albert II of Monaco: artistic gymnast Kevin Crovetto, 800 metre runner Brice Etes and judoka Yann Siccardi.Read more

Nice fanzone expanded for final

Tonight at 9pm, all eyes will be on the French national football team as they take on Portugal in the UEFA Euro 2016 final. Ahead of the highly anticipated event, the city of Nice has announced that it will extend the city centre fan zone to accomodate swelling crowds.Read more

Brave new world

'Futuristic' is the only word to describe Maserati, a brand new Multi70 trimaran presented at the Yacht Club de Monaco by Italian sailor, Giovanni Soldini alongside her owner, John Elkan, Gianni Agnelli’s grandson, and Pierre Casiraghi.  Both are regular members of the Maserati crew. With her tiny cabin and up-curved wings extending across 16.8m linking the three hulls, the 21m trimaran crouches in the YCM Marina looking as if she’s ready to take off -  which she can!Read more

Young Northern Ireland supporter dies

A 24-year-old man is believed to have died in the hours after Sunday night’s match between Northern Ireland and Poland in Nice, which ended 1-0 to Poland. In Marseille, 10 supporters are behind bars following clashes in the city.Read more

Pole2Pole starts from Monaco for Mike Horn

A year after his beloved wife, Cathy, lost her battle with breast cancer, South African-born adventurer, Mike Horn, cast off from Monaco, Sunday May 8th on an ambitious voyage the two of them planned years ago: to circumnavigate the globe vertically from 'Pole2Pole' in a continuous expedition. Read more

Ninth Monaco victory for Nadal

Rafael Nadal has clinched his ninth Monte Carlo Rolex Masters win in an epic three hour match against French rival Gael Monfils. Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene looked on alongside thousands of spectators at the Monte Carlo Country Club as the two tennis icons served up a dramatic finale for the 2016 edition of the tournament: 7-5, 5-7, 6-0. Read more

Djokovic out of Rolex Masters

Spectators were prepared for tennis excellence on Court Rainier III, but yesterday’s winner was far from expected. World No. 1 and defending champion of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters tournament Novak Djokovic was left reeling having been swiped out of the competition at the hands of Czech player Jiri Vesely. Read more

French Riviera hosts UEFA European Championships

Stadiums in the south of France are celebrating following an official announcement that two locations have been selected to host a number of matches in the upcoming 2016 UEFA European Championship. The Allianz Riviera stadium of Nice and Marseille’s Stade Vélodrome have both made the cut as venues for the imminent competition, which will take place from 10th June to 10th July.Read more