To become France’s youngest player to play at the World Cup this Thursday against Uruguay (9pm), Louis Biel-Biary had to make a choice to take part in the World Cup. As he himself revealed at the press conference, the Union Bordeaux-Bègles player had to take university exams in September.
In life you have to make a choice. And Louis Beal-Biarry was quick to act to take part in the Rugby World Cup. France’s starting XV has been announced this Thursday against Uruguay (9pm), which will make him France’s youngest player to play at a World Cup, and the Bordeaux-Bègles winger (20) could have had a very different schedule. in September of this year.
The exam was to be taken by a student of IUT, “LBB”, in business management and administration. “I had kick-back sessions, but obviously I can’t go,” the two-year Bachelor of Science (Honours) graduate told a press conference. It’s getting more and more complicated for studies. I want to finish my studies. Personally, it’s nice to feel like I’m not thinking about rugby all the time.”
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“It has to be done sensibly so I can stay good at rugby and not take up too much time studying,” continued the French XV player. “Finally, I would like to finish the training I started. “
At 20 years, 2 months and 25 days, the UBB player (3 caps) will break the precocity record previously held by a Toulouse player. Romain Ntamak, who played 20 years and 143 days at the 2019 World Cup in Japan. A great reward for those who have always learned to balance school and high-level sports.
“My parents are managers and they didn’t give up on me. When I was younger, I got good grades, but I was a little scattered in class. I didn’t get congratulations, and my father threatened me. time to make me miss practice,” he smiled in the columns A team at the beginning of summer. Considering the path of the young man, the carrot technique worked quite well.
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