15 years have passed since then vintage sports Passionate about the history of sports, art, and the clothes that go with it. Having celebrated many great sporting moments with its iconic collections, the brand has made its home in France and Portugal with its founders, Benoit And Giroud Thierry d’Argenio They celebrated their 15th anniversary in the year 2022. On this occasion, vintage sports I decided to set up a special operation for reciters Tennis News : For all orders over 49 euros including tax (regardless of and/or products) on the site vintage sportsby clicking here And with this special code to fill it in ACTUVIPDelivery is offered to you via Colissimo (relay point and home). Notice to collectors of discovery and/or ordering vintage sports !
To discover Sports d’Époque and “opé” on its fifteenth anniversary
Rooster’s first Davis Cup Final! In 1925, after a legendary victory over the Australians, France played for the first time in its history the Davis Cup final against the United States. At that time, the French wore, before and after the match, a tunic proudly embroidered on two interlocking rings. In memory of the first tennis exploits of the Knights, ancient sports He produced a limited-edition polo featuring the majestic rooster embroidered.
– 1925 short-sleeved polo shirt made of uncompromising premium cotton (100% cotton)
We demand local and sustainable production! Graphics made in France, polo shirt made in Portugal
– For this reference, we present the polo shirt with a straight fit
– Dick embroidered at the crest
– The polo shirt has a tri-colour interior hygiene strip
– The ribbed finishes on the collar and cuffs are very durable
– The product is pre-washed to prevent shrinking and fading
– Polo sale with historical newspaper, brand signature!
Susan Lenglen She started playing tennis at a young age, and was coached by her tennis-loving father who decided to make his daughter a champion. In 1914, at the age of 14 and a half, she was the world champion on clay, defeating the English woman Goulding in two sets. It is the beginning of an extraordinary career as the War of the 14s is temporarily interrupted.
Apart from 1924 when she was ill, Suzanne Lenglen dominated tennis until 1926. It was then that people started talking about a potential rival in the person of the 1924 Olympic champion, American Helen Wills. An 18-year-old, three-time American champion, she came to Europe in the spring of 1926 to challenge the person everyone called ” divine “. The two girls will be staying on the Côte d’Azur to participate in the traditional winter tournaments. After carefully avoiding each other to better keep an eye on each other for a few weeks, they both finally scored in the Cannes tournament. The long-awaited meeting between the players finally took place on February 16, 1926, on the grounds of the Carlton Hotel.
The match announced in the newspapers attracts a large audience of enthusiasts. 3000 places are rented in one hour. The stands are of low capacity, they are crowded and spectators rest on the surrounding rooftops. The referee is Commander Hilliard, secretary of the Wimbledon Club and referee of the London Women’s Championship finals. He came especially for the occasion, that is, if the event is important! The show is great. Susana He wins 6-3, 8-6. The two players then meet in the French international team in June. It will ultimately be a lost date and the match in Cannes will remain the one and only encounter. Meanwhile, the victim of an appendicitis attack, the American must finally give up all competition for the rest of the year.