La voix du rugby, Autobiographie, Omar Hasan
Art in Its Raw Form, Omar Hasan
Omar Hasan has followed an incredible trajectory from Argentina to France, from playing rugby to making music, and he wants to tell his story for the first time. Cathy Robin is an author and journalist who is passionate about history, culture and sport, particularly rugby. On the subject of rugby, she has written Mêle-toi au rugby (Get Involved in Rugby) with Marc Lièvremont in 2011 and 15 matchs de légende du XV de France (15 Legendary Matches from the French Team), which was released in November 2017 by Éditions EPA.
Born in Argentina in 1971, Omar Hasan has proved his robustness and technical know-how on pitches around the world. The former prop forward of the Argentine Pumas, which was considered to be one of the best teams in the world in the 2000s, joined Stade Toulousin in 2004 and went on to win a European Cup and French Championship with this team. In 2008, this world class player hung up his boots following an illustrious career - 64 selections for the national team and three world cups (1999, 2003 and 2007) - and launched his tango and folk music career. Since then, Omar Hasan has continued to bring the house down, but has exchanged stadiums for concert halls. Today he tells us of his unique and original trajectory, in which the values that have always motivated him are evident: perseverance, courage, integrity and generosity.