The former three-quarter center of the XV of France, Didier Codorniou, formalized this Thursday his candidacy for the presidency of the French Rugby Federation, in an interview granted to Midi Olympique. Aged 66, the man nicknamed “Little Mozart” wore the blue jersey 32 times and achieved the Grand Slam in the Five Nations Tournament in 1981. At club level, he was crowned French champion in 1979 with Narbonne then in 1989 with Toulouse. He has also been mayor of Gruissan, a seaside resort in Aude, since 2001 and vice-president of the Occitanie region.