petanque.org is actually one of the oldest user-driven websites on the internet today. When we started up in 1997 there was no plan, it all started with a group of web-designers and programmers that enjoyed drinking beer at the local pub. However we realized that drinking beer was not a good excuse to leave home at any given time, we needed a better plan. Or just simply a plan. Full story
Petanque.org is based on user contributions, and without your help the service would be useless. So if you have anything you would like to contribute with, please do so.Full story
Petanque.org is a non-comercial online community owned and run by persons who all share a passion for Petanque. Our goal is to make petanque.org the largest, best and most useful website for petanque players and people who want to know more about this classic game. Full story
Petanque.org is an idealistic organisation, but this does not mean that our bandwith, server and software is free. Unfortunately, we are loosing money every day. Not much, but we would like to rectify the situation.
So we need advertisements to make up for our losses.Full story
Petanque.org nominated for the 2000 European Online Journalism Awards
To our great surprise and joy petanque.org has been nominated for the 2000 European Online Journalism Awards . The awards will we handed out on July 6th, in London, England.
We have recieved an invitation to take part in the festivities, but as we are non-commercial and do not make any money we have a sligh cash-flow problem with plane-tickets etc..Full story
Petanque.org was nominated in the category 'Best Sports Reporting' in the prestigeous 2000 Europeean Online Journalism Awards. An award focusing on the combination internet technology and journalism and storytelling. Both excellent journalistic work and innovative use of technology was the main criterias used by the jury.Full storyblog comments powered by Disqus
For some reason the worl championship in petanque is held in the buzzling metroloplis of Tahiti this year! So pack your swimwear and go there at once!
Finally petanque has found a new home, as a bar game! Althought it might take a few years befor the darts-boards get the boot and petanque moves in everywhere it has started to happen
The Financial times has finally understood that Petanque is the game of the future, with our long time friend Mike Pegg, International umpire. "It may not be the sunny south of France but even on a chilly Devon day, British fans are warming to the charms of pétanque"
This is a product we have mentioned earlier, just because it is sooooo French. A Tour de France petanque-set! This is more French than a baguette!
We stumbled across a petanque-game for the andoid-system. From the produces description:"Petanque in St Tropez is a 3D bowls game, as played on the mediterannean coast." We do not have an android-phone to test it on, perhaps one of you can help us out?
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