Tony Parker’s horrific feats outside basketball

Tony Parker’s horrific feats outside basketball

Tony Parker retired in 2019 after winning four NBA rings with the San Antonio Spurs. Throughout his career, he has become one of Europe’s most talented players, and after his retirement he has been surprised by some impressive investments.

At the time he announced the end of his career, he gave an interview in which he admitted the reasons. However, he erred in the idea that no one imagined what it could lead to: “I’ll be busy.”

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He is currently in charge of a basketball team, Asville Leon Villeurbanne, President and Ownerand the project he has also launched in his hometown, an international school – the Tony Parker Adequat Academy – through which he hopes to provide young people with opportunities for the future.

However, that is not all because its business portfolio is expanding into other areas. With fellow countryman Nicholas Batum, It bought two ski resorts in the southern French Alps, in Villard-de-Lans and Correncon-en-Vercors, respectively.

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He is also an investor in NorthRock Partners, a wealth advisory firm focused on big fortunes, where he contributes his expertise to athletes and other professional artists. It does not end here. And if that wasn’t enough, The Frenchman also recently partnered with French businessman Michel Ripert and Château La Mascaronne winery in Provence, France, which operates several champagne brands.

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Although he has various investments, there is one that he admits he enjoys the most: the world of riding. Hand in hand with Nicolas Batum, former French playerLess than a year ago I acquired a horse farm in Quétieville (Normandy) which satisfies him already.

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