November 19, 2020

New promotional video of Baška from the island of Krk

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This year, the e-visitor system recorded, from 01.01. to 30.11.2017. in the area of ​​the Municipality of Baška, a total of 171.711 arrivals and 994.436 overnight stays. Compared to last year, the number of arrivals increased by 5,51%, and the number of overnight stays by 4,68%, which speaks of a record tourist season in Baška on the island of Krk.The largest number of overnight stays was realized in households with 451.090 (+ 4%), followed by camps with 268.269 overnight stays (+ 2%), hotels with 203.050 overnight stays (+ 8%) and other catering facilities with 72.027 overnight stays (+ 9%) .According to the tourist achievement, at the level of Kvarner, Baška ranks 6th and is among the top 10 destinations, just behind the city of Opatija and thus occupies the position of the municipality with the best tourist results in 2017 at the level of PGC. ” This season has shown how the image of Baška as a bathing destination has developed into something much more, a destination that offers fun and activities for everyone.”Point out the Tourist Board of Baška and add that a lot of energy was invested in the formation of popular events such as 4 Islands MTB Stage Race, Black Sheep, Baška Outdoor Festival, etc., which ensured great interest of visitors to Baška and out of the main summer season. tourist season to remember.And the record tourist season deserves a new promotional video of the municipality of Baška, which you can see below in the attachment. Share it and show it to your guests and thus create a buzz on social networks, which will generate free marketing, and thus perhaps to a new guest in your destination and accommodation. You see how everything is connected, right?last_img read more

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Neutral venues, no ‘home field’ advantage could make for exciting 2020 CPL

first_img-Regional stars expected to shine at ‘Bubble’ venuesBy Clifton RossWITH this season’s Hero Caribbean Premier League to be played inside a ‘Bubble’, no home-field advantage will see franchises duking it out in a neutral environment, with the West Indian players entering with the clear cut edge.Action gets underway in nine days as the 33-match season will be hosted this year under strict biosecurity rules due to COVID-19.Travelling has been a major part of the tournament’s identity over the years, as fans and the party-like fanfare have been a key part of CPL.No fans and restrictions to players and staff now means that this season will be pretty one dimensional with regard to teams looking to gain the advantage of playing in front of their home crowd.the Queen’s Park Oval groundTrinidad & Tobago, who has been privileged with hosting the finals every season, is now tasked with hosting one of the most difficult and delicate CPL’s in history.Keeping the parameters, organisers have gone with keeping the matches at two venues, The Brian Lara Cricket Academy, located in Tarouba, and at the famous Queen’s Park Oval.Tarouba will host the lion’s share of the games with a total of 23 matches set to be hosted at the venue, which has been a favourite during the Regional Senior season.The internationally recognized Port-of-Spain-located Queen’s Park will host the other 10 games, arguably the more important round of matches.Such familiarity with the playing conditions could result in an evenly poised tournament, as no team or player except for former champs, Trinbago Knight Riders, and cricketers, who either play their club cricket or are of Trinidadian nationality, should have the playing edge over any other side.More so, with all the matches centralized into basically one hub, teams will have more time to adapt and further strategize for rematches against opponents they may have succumbed to in previous encounters.Also, batsmen and bowlers will have ample time to acclimatise themselves with the conditions, mainly the pitches which will be used as well as the outfield.Much like the batsmen, the bowlers will ideally relish playing all of their games between two venues, adding to their already existing knowledge of the grounds due to Regional cricket.Due to the shortened encampment period because of the pandemic, the gelling and training process will be crucial more than ever for players and teams alike. Coaches too might favour the limited travelling as it reduces the exhaustion and fatigue from their cricketers.Refreshed, focused players engaging in battle within a designated environment is a recipe for high levels of intense cricket. Most of the upcoming days will see teams looking to get themselves familiar with the CPL ‘Bubble’, its biosecurity rules and the two battlegrounds.Also, with the isolated structure of the ‘Bubble’, the mental approach to this season will be key for the players. However, the Trinidadian players will have a bit of an edge, having played most of their cricket all year round across the Twin Island Republic.The Dwayne Bravos, Sunil Narines, Kieron Pollards, Lendl Simmons and other other ‘Trini’ stars of the cricket world, will be on display given their records at home and with the two venues, most notably Queen’s Park Oval, basically serving as home clubs for those players.With a number of Trinidadian cricketers scattered across the respective franchises, those familiar with the conditions, whether team or individually, will certainly headline the ‘Bubble’, come the next few days when the quest for the crown begins.last_img read more

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Free Masters live stream: Watch Tiger Woods’ entire Sunday round at Augusta

first_imgMORE: Watch the Masters live and on demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial)But fret not: Masters.com and the Masters app offer a free live stream throughout the day. That’s the best (and cheapest) way to follow the scores, but there are more ways to watch the Masters. Here is everything to know so that you never miss a hole. Masters live: How to watch Tiger Woods, Round 4Masters 2019 TV scheduleThe final round of the Masters on Sunday has been moved up due to the threat of afternoon rain. CBS will begin its broadcast at 9 a.m. ET. You can also live stream Round 4 by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.DateTimeTV ChannelThursday, April 113-7:30 p.m. ETESPNFriday, April 123-7:30 p.m. ETESPNSaturday, April 133-7 p.m. ETCBS/fuboTVSunday, April 149 a.m. ETCBS/fuboTVTIGER TRACKER: Follow Tiger Woods’ Round 4 at the MastersTiger Woods’ tee times for Round 3Due to the threat of inclement weather, Tiger Woods will tee off at 9:20 a.m., despite being in the last group. He will play with Tony Finau and leader Francesco Molinari. A full list of tee times is below.RoundTimePairing111:04 a.m. ETHaotong Li, Jon Rahm21:49 p.m. ETHaotong Li, Jon Rahm32:05 p.m. ETIan Poulter49:20 a.m. ETTony Finau, Francesco MolinariOther ways to watch the MastersThere will be a live stream of the Masters on CBSSports.com in addition to Masters.com. You can also watch Rounds 3-4 on Saturday and Sunday by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial. Tiger Woods is in pursuit of a 15th major championship — and his first since 2008 — this week at the 2019 Masters.Woods, ranked 12th in the world upon arival at Augusta National, is scheduled to tee off at 2:05 p.m. ET Saturday to open Round 3. The problem? The Masters isn’t broadcast on television until 3 p.m. ET (because reasons), making it difficult to watch Woods and the rest of the morning action. LIVE: Full Masters leaderboardWhy isn’t the Masters on TV in the morning?The answer isn’t too complex, but the Masters isn’t on television in the morning simply because Augusta National officials say so. The course itself has long been very exclusive, and that carries over to television, with officials wanting to keep its brand intact.Although the Masters isn’t broadcast on TV in its entirety, it wasn’t long ago that it had even less television coverage. The full final round wasn’t shown until 2000, and you couldn’t watch the first two rounds on TV at all until 1995. 2019 Masters tee times, pairingsSunday, Round 4Time (ET)HolePairing7:30 a.m.1Aaron Wise, March Leishman, Si Woo Kim7:30 a.m.10Kyle Stanley, Viktor Hovland, Charley Hoffman7:41 a.m.1Matthew Fitzpatrick, Kevin Tway, Patton Kizzire7:41 a.m.10Kevin Kisner, Bryson DeChambeau, Takumi Kanaya7:52 a.m.1Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Cameron Smith7:52 a.m.10Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley, Gary Woodland8:03 a.m.1Jordan Spieth, Tommy Fleetwood, Corey Conners8:03 a.m.10Jimmy Walker, J.B. Holmes, Charles Howell III8:14 a.m.1Jason Day, Bubba Watson, Lucas Bjerregaard8:14 a.m.10Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Kevin Na, Alvaro Ortiz8:25 a.m.1Justin Thomas, Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm8:25 a.m.10Patrick Reed, Devon Bling, Keith Mitchell8:36 a.m.1Adam Scott, Patrick Cantlay, Thorbjorn Olesen8:36 a.m.10Tyrrell Hatton, Satoshi Kodaira, Andrew Landry8:47 a.m.1Louis Oosthuizen, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler8:47 a.m.10Bernhard Langer, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Eddie Pepperell8:58 a.m.1Matt Kuchar, Justin Harding, Xander Schauffele8:58 a.m.10Branden Grace, Martin Kaymer, Haotong Li9:09 a.m.1Brooks Koepka, Webb Simpson, Ian Poulter9:09 a.m.10Emiliano Grillo, Zach Johnson, Billy Horschel9:20 a.m.1Tiger Woods, Tony Finau, Francesco Molinari9:20 a.m.10Trevor Immelman, Alex Norenlast_img read more

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