Faces and Stories from the Pétanque Tournament

Playing Pétanque in the afternoon sun

Playing Pétanque in the afternoon sun

It’s funny to report that it apparently takes a while before an event like the recent Petanque tournament reaches the various layers of society. The other day I was talking with Dave Mason from the air conditioning and refrigeration company with the same name, who has since turned into a true Pétanque afficionado, to the extent that he built a court in his front yard. The story came of course on the topic of Claudy Weibel, former World Champion and current European Champion and his unbelievable talent to hit the boules. But this time I learned something else about him.

Dave confided in me that apparently one evening a group of the players ended up in one of Philippe’s favorite bars (the place reminds me of a Belgium Pub he says). The Hammerhead on the corner of Sadler and Fletcher. Well the Hammerhead is known as the island’s pool hall where lots of pool sharks hang out. Well the story goes that Claudy Weibel is not only a magician on the Pétanque court, he apparently wiped the floor in pool with about every shark in the place. The whisper in these circles is that they have never seen someone of that caliber here on Amelia Island. This in itself is another lesson, because in Europe we know not to ever be challenged by a Belgian in pool or billiard. It’s the nation’s number one sport behind closed doors and they have delivered world champions since memory serves.

Another interesting tournament player was Larry Cragg from Marin County, California. An old school steel pedal and banjo musician, Larry has been the guitar tech and repair guy for Carlos Santana, Jefferson Airplane, Steve Miller, Mike Bloomfield, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and many more. And since 1973, he has worked as Neil Young’s guitar tech both on the road and in the studio, while playing banjo on stage with him. Remember the song “Old Man”? Yep, that was Larry!

These days when he’s not playing Petanque or touring with Neil Young, he operates a vintage instrument rental website appropriately called www.vintageinstrumentrental.com. Being a musician myself I made the mistake to go the site and woke up hours later from a dream in which I played a 1961 Gibson Special with two P-90’s like Santana on Woodstock on a Marshall JCM 800 with the original Cone Celestions 800 in the Speaker Cabinets. If you’re into that kind of thing I advice you to check out Larry’s site on a cold and rainy winter day. It’ll get your blood pumping.

Then there is the story about the two German players who were told at Jacksonville “International” Airport upon their arrival that they could exchange Euros for Dollars on the island. Well we learned fast that the banks here on Amelia Island are way behind on that thought. To exchange Euros into Dollars is not possible and if you want to exchange dollars into Euros you’d better place your order two days ahead of time. Now I can imagine our local banks not being overly interested in keeping Zimbabwean Dollars in their cash boxes, but Euros??? Here’s a head’s up to our local banks… next year, for the second weekend in November, please think about accommodating the Euro at least, because the next tournament is going to be bigger and better and it comes out a little sloppy when the German team has to go all the way up to Savannah to get money exchanged. Guess Jacksonville banks have a similar problem?

There was a also complete band from Virginia among the players, called Front Porch, the winemaker for Ravenswood was among the players, the couple from Madagascar had an interesting story and we still owe you that video.

We get emails every day from people that were here or want to learn more about Pétanque. People sign up on Facebook and offer assistance. It’s just interesting to see and hear the reactions to this relaxed, yet highly competitive ball game. Learn more here.

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Pétanque and Ricard Have a Long History

Interview with Clémence Natta - Ricard

Interview with Clémence Natta - Ricard

With the arrival of Pétanque in North East Florida, we also welcomed Ricard, France’s favorite long drink. For most Americans an unknown, and for others an acquired taste, Ricard was founded in 1932 by Paul Ricard. The unique taste of the liqueur is created from star anise, a rare herb from the furthermost reaches of Southern China and Vietnam, Syrian liquorice root and aromatic plants from the Provence area in France, also the birthplace of Pétanque. This original recipe – guaranteed all natural and with some accredited medicinal properties, is a closely guarded secret and has remained unchanged since its invention.

“The attraction between Ricard and Pétanque goes all the way back to the early years of the brand,” says Clémence Natta, Marketing Director USA for Ricard. The Provence area of Southern France is our home turf and the port city of Marseille is the place from where both expanded into the world.
“Pastis de Marseille” now sets the basic principle of the recipe invented and developed by Paul Ricard.”

Ricard is served as a long drink generously diluted with water. Serve a 2 cl shot of Ricard, then add 10cl to 14cl of cool water according to personal taste. Add ice only after diluting. “The ritual of drinking Ricard – picking up the carafe, adding water, and seeing the drink change colour – is the beginning of the pleasure”, says Clémence. “It reflects an art of living that combines cheerful friendliness and joy of life, like the game of Pétanque,” pointing at the game courts crowded with players from around the world and mostly wearing Ricard hats as protection against the Florida sun.

A little research into the company gets the surprising result that in 1975 rivals Pernod and Ricard merged and have since become a world spanning operation owning such quality brandname spirits as Chivas Regal, Jameson Irish Whiskey, Absolut Vodka, Wild Turkey, Glenlivet, Seagram’s, Martell Cognac, Jacob’s Creek Wines, Tia Maria, Kahlua, Malibu, Beefeater, Stolichnaya, Mumm and Perrier-Jouet Champagnes and more. Quite an accomplishment for two regional competitors in anise flavored liqueurs.

The natural attraction between the game of Pétanque and Ricard comes from the long drink qualities of the brand. “A typical game between accomplished players often lasts one to sometimes two hours”, explains Clemence, ” a time frame that often coincides with the consumption of a long drink. “The alcohol percentage on a regular mix of 1 part to 5 parts water, is only 7.5%,” Clemence says, adding with a smile, “and even better, a glass of Ricard is only 50 calories, beating light beer, wine, scotch and even champagne.”

Virtual unknown on Amelia Island and the region prior to the Pétanque America tournament, Liquor and Package stores are now carrying the Ricard brand and several establishments have it in their bar line up.
Just like Clemence pointed out, Fernandina Beach and Marseille are both port cities: they understand the worldliness of the unique taste of Ricard.

My personal take on it is this: I may not always be in the mood for the anise flavored drink Ricard, but when I play Petanque or read a book on my porch, it’s a heck of a pleasant companion.

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Weibel and Thibaud too Strong for Competition

Claudy Weibel-left• Xavier Thibaud-right

Claudy Weibel-left‚ Xavier Thibaud-right

European Champion Claudy Weibel and New York partner Xavier Thibaud were too strong for the rest of the Petanquers in the Amelia Island Pétanque America Open last weekend. 2000 World Champion and 2009 European Shooting champion Claudy Weibel was in his element with precision playing partner and friend Xavier Thibaud from the New York Pétanque Club. The strategic ease with which this couple worked themselves quickly into the finals of this first tournament on Amelia Island, was nothing short of amazing.

The tournament director Christophe announced during the opening session that the time limit for all games except the finals would be 1 hour 15 minutes. Team Weibel/Thibaud never went beyond 45 minutes. Thibaud would place his first boule frighteningly close to the target (piglet) and whenever the competing team would threaten his position, Claudy Weibel would step in and without any hesitation whatsoever kick the other team’s ball away from the target and with top spin effect land his own ball right near the target.
We watched the audience gasp and shake their heads in disbelief every time he stepped into the ring. Susan Hurley, event coordinator for the City of Fernandina Beach and an enormous support in the successful conclusion of this first tournament stood next to my camera during the semi-finals and even with my eyes on the view finder I could see her shaking her head and blowing out compressed air every time Claudy Weibel kicked another ball out.

It is said in the game of Pétanque that you do not need to know how to shoot (kick other balls away from the target) to win the game. True as that may be, you better not get someone like Belgian Claudy Weibel as opposition, because you’ll pull your hair out after a while.

With 88 teams from Europe, Canada and the US (many in US teams were from other countries such as Morocco, Tunesia, Madagascar and Central America) the tournament followed a round robin game system that would guarantee the finals to be able to start on Sunday afternoon around 4 with enough daylight left to finish the game with floodlights and give everyone ample time to spruce up for the closing party and prize ceremony at Sandy Bottoms that evening.

The finals started at 4:20 and by 5:10 it was all over, not because runners-up Malik Ernesto and Gilles Ray from the New York Petanque Club, are not fabulous players in their own right, Weibel’s magic shooting and Thibaud’s uncanny precision in landing his boules near the pig were no match for anybody on this day. The final score 13-3.

Aftermath: With Mayor Susan Steger announcing that part of the boat trailer parking lot will be featuring Pétanque courts for the near future, you can now see locals getting out their boules and play until far after sunset under the floodlights. With the second weekend in November being proclaimed by the city as Pétanque America Days and with Petanque courts sprouting up in front and back yards on the island, we can safely say that in next year’s tournament we will see some local talent vying for the prizes.

With more than 4 hours of video footage of the entire Amelia Island Pétanque America Open Tournament on November 14 and 15th, a 90 minute video of the games and the parties will be available in about 3 weeks.

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Interview with Petanque playing Master Chef Michel Nischan

Paul Newman and Michel Nischan

Paul Newman and Michel Nischan

One of the most delightful down-to-earth people ever to set foot on Amelia Island is in my opinion celebrity chef Michel Nischan owner/operator of the famed ‘Dressing Room’ restaurant in Westport Ct. During last week’s Pétanque America Tournament, he and his charming wife Lori lit up the town and a lot of hearts. A novice Petanque player, attracted to the game by fellow celebrity chef Jacques Pepin, his presence among some of the best Petanque players in the world was somewhat shortlived, which gave him and his delightful wife Lori abundant time to explore our island.

Michel wears many hats- from dynamic restaurant owner, award-winning cookbook author and media personality- to food policy activist and non-profit foundation CEO. His collaboration and partnership with Paul Newman before his unfortunate passing last year, is well documented and he is continuing their mutual traditions of healthy foods and sustainable farming. Their motto is “We believe that the food we grow and cook in the place that we call home defines who we are.”

“In this spirit, we update and celebrate American heirloom recipes, support local and regional farmers, fishers and producers, by cooking food that recaptures the pure and simple tastes of natural and organic ingredients. We also strive to raise awareness of a sustainable food future and work to reestablish a sense of community and a simpler, more homegrown time”

Michel told me that what he particularly liked about Amelia Island, was the absence of chain restaurants at least in the downtown area. He is a true proponent and ambassador for local and down home cuisine and sought out our Saturday morning Farmers Market as a perfect place to start getting homegrown back into the homes.

As it turns out his non-profit Wholesome Wave is deeply involved in special programs to bring Farmers Markets back into the focus of our culinary culture. Local and regional food systems and heritage recipes is the focus of his approach to cuisine and the passion of his Wholesome Wave Organization (www.wholesomewave.org).

His best selling cookbooks Taste, Pure and Simple and Homegrown, Pure and Simple and his contributions to the PBS Food series Victory Garden, landed him a 2008 James Beard Foundation Award. He is widely known for multiple appearances on Rachel Ray, Oprah and other TV shows in which he expands on the practice of homegrown delicacies.

Now where my excitement really moves up a hundred degrees or more is when Michel Nischan considers our community and the Pétanque Tournament a prime candidate for additional dimensions, such as adding a food and wine festival and Provencial Marketplace to the total experience next year. Having a French/Dutch upbringing with a large vegetable garden in the back of our parental home, a love for wine that was instilled before I turned the age of one and a lifelong push for healthful cuisine, you bet, that I am excited about the possibilities of such an event. Michel Nischan is a food visionary with the organizational skill to make something happen. Read this story in the New York Restaurant Insider from March this year and you’ll understand what I mean.

We’ll be in contact Michel. Count on it.

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Celebrity Chef Jacques Pepin, Ambassador for Petanque

Famous Chef Jaques Pepin book signing on amelia Island during the Petanque America Open 2009

Famous Chef Jaques Pepin book signing on amelia Island during the Petanque America Open 2009

During last weekend’s Amelia Island Petanque America tournament we had the pleasure and honor to interview several world famous chefs and players in front of our cameras. The first one of a series is TV celebrity chef Jacques Pepin, who with his wife Gloria gave a very special dimension to the event.

Unfortunately his flight plans were delayed coming in from the cold in Connecticut, which prevented him from playing the entire tournament, but gave chef Pete “da Meat” from Amelia Island Food Concepts the thrill of a lifetime as he teamed up on Sunday with the man who taught America French cooking.

A delightful gentleman, Jacques Pepin patiently made himself available for a book signing session on Sunday and we actually witnessed locals coming to the event with a bag full of his books to have him dedicate and sign them. At times the line was 30 people long which is a credit for Pepin’s importance to American Gourmets.

Watch him explain why Petanque is such a great game. You’ll get a kick out of it.

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Pétanque America Open 2009 comes to a close

Petanque America Open comes to a Close

Petanque America Open comes to a Close

Here are the photographic impression of the second and finals day of the American Open Petanque 2009 on Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach. The second day may have been even more glorious in weather than Saturday’s treat of a phenomenal sunrise followed by azure blue skies and temperatures in the high 70’s. The weather was so beautiful that many a player and spectator at the end of the day had slight sunburns and wearing a hat or cap was almost a necessity.

Next to remarkable round 32 games, quarter, semi finals and finals the public was treated on a book signing by world famous chef, Jacques Pépin and many took the opportunity to get a personal copy signed and sealed with a photo-op with this great chef. Rumors has it that the next pétanque tournament on Amelia Island will be in grandeur style involving food and wine. Again, just a rumor but the boyish smile on Pépin’s face when asked by our publisher about this “chef’s secrets in the pétanque circles” holds promise of something truly unique for Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach.

From the great number of comments from the players and visitors, Fernandina Beach on the quaint Island of Amelia, has touched so many with the promise of returning to our beautiful shores that the next pétanque tournament is almost certainly sealed.

Below is the Photo impression of the second and finals day of the Pétanque America Open 2009. If you wish to receive high resolution images (and we have many more pictures not featured below) please let us know and we will consider making the total of almost 600 pictures available for download in the next couple of days, but you must let us know.

Petanque America Day One Impressions

Opening Day Petanque America Open 2009

Opening Day Petanque America Open 2009

Under a cloudless sky amidst a multitude of languages from around the world, the Pétanque America Tournament is fast becoming a showcase of excellent team spirit for a fantastic game of highly competitive “boule” play. Below you’ll find a photo impression of the first day of the tournament. Many Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island residents watched in awe the skillful game players throw, toss and chuck the 600 gr. cast iron balls on courts lining the waterfront marina just a stones throw of the Hampton Inn and Suites.

Today is the second and final tournament day starting with the round of the last 32 teams competing around 9:30 am this morning with an expected grand finale around 4:00 pm. Seeing that the diminished field of competitors will only occupy about half of the courts, residents and tourists alike are invited to play a round of this highly addictive game. Come out and enjoy the fine weather, see the grand masters from all over the world compete and toss a couple of balls with friends or complete strangers under ideal sunny circumstances.

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Pétanque America Tournament fabulous fun and sportsmanship

Petanque America

Petanque America

Not without a grateful nod to the beautiful weather, the first Amelia Island Pétanque America Open was a huge success. Hundreds of spectacular games gave a very appreciative Amelia Island crowd a taste of Petanque. The finals on a beautiful Sunday afternoon was a match between Xavier Thibaud’s team and Malik’s team both from The New York Pétanque Club, however after seeing the ease and accuracy of Xavier’s partner and friend, former world champion and current European shooting champion Claudy Weibel, it was no surprise that this team took top honors with a 13-3 final victory.

I will report more on the fabulous tournament, chef interviews, pictures and its annual future in Fernandina Beach tomorrow. Tonight we have to party.

International Pétanque Tournament Has a Fabulous Start

Amelia Island Pétanque America Open

Amelia Island Pétanque America Open

As the wind is lightly calming down, dozens of competitors in this weekend’s International Petanque Tournament were crowding the courts while they were still being measured and laid out. It’s a happy crowd playing a happy game and they all said, “What a great gesture and contribution from the city of Fernandina Beach to make this tournament happen.” As it turns out, they had all been waiting for Philippe Boets, Petanque America owner, to organize another tournament since the last one in Miami in 2005.

Celebrity chef Jean Banchet signed in at 3 pm sharp and practiced most of the afternoon. Larry Cragg, guitar technician for Neil Young since 1973, who still frequently tours with him these days as banjo and steel guitar pedalist, got into a deep discussion with me about vintage guitars and string instruments which is of course was exactly up my alley.

Seeing people from all over the world greeting and re-acquainting is a very satisfying scene here on Amelia Island and we thank Philippe Boets and TJ Seaton, his assistant for pulling it off. With French music in the background it started to feel like an afternoon in the haute Provence, with special thanks to the efforts of City event coordinator Susan Hurley.

I think we’re going to have some fun this weekend. The matches are starting at around 9:30 AM both Saturday and Sunday, with the finals planned for Sunday afternoon at 4:00 PM. If you have a little time on your hands this weekend, we highly recommend coming to the boat trailer parking lot in the downtown marina and watch the champions or try it yourself. It really is addictive fun.

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Petanque Lessons at the Palace Saloon

Petanque Excitement

Petanque Excitement

SearchAmelia filmed the first round of lessons at Florida’s oldest pub – the Palace Saloon – in preparation of the 160 player strong First Amelia Island Open Petanque America tournament on November 14-15. Every Tuesday from 5-7pm, Philippe and his staff plan to give lessons and tips about how to play the Petanque game.

The original idea was to train some local teams to participate in the tournament, but national and international registration has been so overwhelming that the organizer, Petanque America, had to close registration last Friday. Philippe explains that in order to stay ahead of time and schedules, a tournament needs to allow for enough courts.

With 160 players registered in the tournament, logistics dictate that 80 teams in a sort of round robin need 40 courts to start. A court is typically 10 x 30ft, so when the city decided to actively back his request for a location, the logical location being the downtown boatyard, the limitations for the tournament were set. The boatyard parking allows for such a number of courts. A commendable decision by the city as we can see already the important impact this tournament is promising to become with participants flying in from as far away as the East African (former French Colony) island nation of Madagascar, Europe and the Americas.

Also the calibre of competitors, which includes former World Champion and current European champion Claudy Weibel from Belgium and a range of Celebrity Chefs, validates that this event is going to be a very welcome addition to the tourism palate of our island. The next undertaking Phillipe is contemplating is to start a local Petanque league. So go out on Tuesday evening to the grounds next to the new Philly Boyz cheese steak restaurant behind the Palace Saloon. It is a fun game.

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Amelia Island Petanque America Open – Nov. 14-15, 2009

Martha Stewart Loves Petanque

Martha Stewart Loves Petanque

80 teams from around the world so far have registered for the First Amelia Island Petanque America Open and more names are still coming in every day. When Belgian native Philippe Boets moved his Greensboro, NC operation Petanque America to Amelia Island last June, his dream of having a tournament for players from around the world play on our shores was still embryonic. Yet, hardly four months later we’re looking at least at 160 players from the US, Canada and Europe flying in for the November 14-15 event in downtown Fernandina. And the field is still growing, which ironically enough also makes Philippe sweat logistical ‘boules’.

“The more teams, the more courts need to be prepared in order to experience a smooth tournament”, he says, but a smile gives away that he’s proud of the numbers.

Petanque (pronounced “pay-tonk”) is the French cousin to Italian “bocce” and a distant cousin to horseshoes. Ideally it’s played on a slightly coarse surface like fine coquina or small pebbles like gravel, but flat grass or dirt do fine too for a quick game. It’s a fun game for all ages, doesn’t require any special clothing or shoes or other expensive equipment other than a set of metal balls.

Yet like any game that has been around for more than a century, enough technique and talent has been added to make it highly entertaining and fun to play or watch. And fellow Amelia islanders, you’re going to be treated to some amazing technique and talent during this First Amelia Island Open Petanque Tournament.

Not only will you see a number of exceptional Chefs (yes those people that put magic on your dinner table) playing the competition, it is also confirmed that Belgian National Champion, member of the 2000 World Champion team and this year’s European Champion Precision Shooting, Claudy Weibel, will come to Fernandina Beach to participate in this event together with team mate Xavier Thibaud, who won last weekend’s New York Open.

In the world of Petanque, that compares to getting tennis champion Justine Henin to the Bausch and Lomb tournament or Tiger Woods to the Amelia Island Golf Classic. It also affirms that Petanque America owner Philippe Boets has made a great number of friends in the world of Petanque since he opened the company in Miami in 1991.

Philippe is especially proud to have attracted three Chefs, who all rank among the Gourmet elite of the world. Jacques Pepin, (www.jacquespepin.net) undisputed grandmaster Celebrity TV chef, Michel Nischan (www.michelnischan.com), who partnered with Paul Newman in the famed Dressing Room restaurant in Westport, Connecticut, and since has become a famous food activist and lastly Jean Banchet, celebrity chef who took Le Francais in Wheeling, Illinois to become the best restaurant in all of the US, earning a rare Mobil 5 Star Award.

Upon questioning Philippe why Chefs like to play the game of Petanque he says, “It’s a bit like with actors in Hollywood, another famed group of Petanque Players. They have some spare time between lunch and dinner or set changes, so the chef and the kitchen staff get their balls out and start the game instantly. No change of attire, shoes, no reservations needed; pick up the balls of steel and play.”

It was already well known that Bill Cosby is a fervent Petanque aficionado, but I didn’t know that Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn were among them, as are Robert de Niro, Martha Stewart, Robert Wagner, Mick Jagger, David Lee Roth (he fondly remembers David Lee Roth being one of his first customers in Miami), Peter Gabriel and many, many more (like Roger Moore). “It actually doesn’t even matter if for any reason you can’t finish the game today”, he says, “just continue where you left off tomorrow.”

Obviously Phillipe Boets loves what he’s doing. “It’s a game anyone can play,” he says. “Whether you’re a teenager or in your seventies or eighties. As a matter of fact”, he adds, “so far we have received registrations ranging from 21 to 78 if I’m not mistaken, from all walks of life and professions.”

In the run up time to the tournament he is training a variety of local teams to measure their skills with the pros during the tournament days on November 14 and 15. He is hoping to get a Gator’s team from the University of Florida in Gainesville to register. Locally one Pirate’s team has registered so far and several others are considering. Anyone interested to enter can get free lessons from Philippe every Tuesday evening from 5-7 at The Palace Saloon in downtown, where two competition courts have been constructed. Even the Palace Saloon is entering a team. Information for anyone interested can be found on www.petanque-america-open.com where especially on the blog site you can spend a couple of hours learning about this fascinating and entertaining sport.

While I promise Philippe to be there with the SearchAmelia video cameras, he hands me a DVD with the film version of “A Year in Provence” and says quizzically, “Watch this and you’ll understand”.

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