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Tiger Woods is great. The American won Sunday Masters Augusta, USA. This is his 15th Grand Slam title, after eleven years of waiting. The former undisputed king of golf, a lost time for the sport, had not won in a major tournament since the US Open 2008. At 43, he is only three lengths of the record of legendary Jack Nicklaus' Grand Slam victories and now totals 81 PG titles, to a record-breaking success by his compatriot Sam Snead.
The “Tiger” advanced with a total of 275 (-13) at once his compatriots Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka, 2nd tie (276, -12). At the end of a tricky fourth round, which saw Italy's Francesco Molinari lose ground, Woods has managed one of the most incredible comebacks in the history of golf, or even sports.
Last Thursday, the Minister of Health and Solidarities, Agnès Buzyn exchanged for more than one hour with six young people, students and workers between 19 and 24 years old and members of the community #Moijeune. To feed this interview, 20 minutes, in partnership with the Opinion Way survey institute, conducted a survey * of this panel to find out their main health concerns.
Clearly, health is a subject that fascinates them: 65% young people say they pay more attention to their health. The topics that concern them most are psychic health (21% choose this topic first among 12 items), endocrine disruptors (19%) and access to doctors (18%).
Never Paris had taken such a slap in Ligue 1 since Qatar bought the club. Sunday in the North, Paris exploded (5-1). Strolled by his dolphin Lille, the club of the capital took a memorable spanking that prevents him from celebrating his eighth title of champion of France. If his coronation will wait another three days and a trip to Nantes, the image of the club is inevitably tainted by this rout, a month after a career without glory in the Champions League against Manchester.