Hike & Bike mobile application of the island of Krk presented

first_imgThe Tourist Board of the island of Krk, in cooperation with all tourist boards on the island, has developed new, free mobile applications KRKhike i KRKbike.Hike & Bike is a new, free application for all lovers of the island of Krk who love walking and hiking, and allows you to search for hiking and mountaineering trails, and GPS navigation routes. Krkbike application allows you to search for bike routes by categories, road, MTB and trekking as well as allows GPS navigation of routes.You can download the KrkBike and KrkHike app for iOS and Android here .The most important thing in the whole story is to inform your guests about these applications, because it was made just for them, ie those guests who want an active vacation. Share this information through your newsletters and your social networks, and you can also print a notice and put it in your accommodation units.Don’t forget, guests do not come to the island of Krk because of your accommodation, but precisely because of the offer of a tourist destination, and that active vacation, ie content, is one of the solutions to extend the tourist season.last_img read more

Man City to learn fate of Champions League ban appeal today

first_imgLosing such a high-profile case would also cause major embarrassment to the legacy of the City project.It is no secret that one of the major motivations behind the billions invested is to promote a positive image of Abu Dhabi around the world.But the stakes are also high for European football’s governing body.Qatari-owned Paris Saint-Germain have already successfully won an appeal at CAS against UEFA reopening a FFP investigation into the French champions.The system which limits clubs to not losing more than 30 million euros with exceptions for some costs such as youth development and women’s teams over a three-year period has helped cut debt across European football.But its detractors point to the fact it maintains the status quo with traditional giants like Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich always enjoying bigger budgets thanks to their large global fanbases.Guardiola embarrassed by treatment of black peopleRead Also:  Man City striker out of Real Madrid Champions League clashShould UEFA lose another case, questions will be asked over how effectively FFP can ever be enforced at the highest level of the game.The decision from CAS is expected at 0830GMT Monday.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester City’s Abu-Dhabi project and the future of UEFA’s financial fair play (FFP) rules face a pivotal day today, July 13, when the Court of Arbitration for Sport delivers its verdict on City’s appeal against a two-season ban from European competitions. The stakes could not be higher for the English side, who have always strongly denied any wrongdoing over allegations they deliberately inflated the value of income from sponsors with links to the Abu Dhabi United Group, also owned by City owner Sheikh Mansour, to avoid falling foul of FFP regulations between 2012 and 2016. In February, UEFA imposed a fine of 30 million euros ($32 million, £25 million) on City as well as suspending them from European competitions for the next two seasons. “Today we achieved qualification for the Champions League mathematically,” said coach Pep Guardiola on Saturday after a 5-0 rout of Brighton which cemented second-place in the Premier League. “We deserve to be there because we won it on the pitch. Hopefully on Monday, UEFA can allow us to play as this team and these players deserve to.” Since Sheikh Mansour’s takeover 12 years ago, City’s fortunes have been transformed from perennially living in the shadow of local rivals Manchester United to winning four Premier League titles in the past eight years among 11 major trophies. Star players such as Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling are also unlikely to want to waste two of their peak years without Champions League football.“Two years would be long. One year is something I might be able to cope with,” De Bruyne told Het Laatste Nieuws in June.It would still take huge fees from rival clubs to tempt City to sell, but they may be forced to downsize to gain re-entry to the Champions League even after any ban is over.City made 93 million euros from UEFA prize money and TV rights from last season’s Champions League, with gate receipts and extra sponsorship revenue from Europe’s premier club competition added to that tally.It would be almost impossible for the club to lose that level of revenue for two years and remain FFP-compliant without cutting costs on transfer fees and wages, or selling players.– Man Utd to benefit? –Even more painfully for City, Manchester United could be one of the major beneficiaries of their exclusion.City are comfortably second in the Premier League table, but if they are banned, fifth will be good enough to qualify for the Champions League.United are currently in fifth with Chelsea or Leicester the other sides likely to profit.Manchester City fortunes have been transformed by owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s takeover of the club in 2008 Loading… Yet the prize that has eluded them is the one the Abu Dhabi project most desires – the Champions League. – Guardiola’s last shot? – No matter the outcome on Monday, City will have the chance to do so in August as they resume their Champions League campaign with a 2-1 lead over Real Madrid from the first leg of their last 16 tie. That could be the last chance for some of City’s biggest names to win the Champions League for the club as a two-year ban would have severe consequences for the club’s finances. Guardiola’s contract runs until the end of the 2020⁄21 season and the Catalan is unlikely to still be in charge in two years’ time. Promoted Content7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindThe Best Cars Of All Time7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldTV Characters Who Hated Each Other But Later Became FriendsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?What Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value Manchester City’s Champions League ban could affect the futures of star players such as Kevin De Bruyne (right) and Raheem Sterling (left)last_img read more

Pacific nations still winless at Women’s World Cup

first_imgThe Cook Islands were thrashed 76-0 by New Zealand with the Kiwi Ferns running in 14 unanswered tries – six of those to winger Honey Hireme.The Moana also conceded 58 points in their opening match against Australia and second rower Crystal Tamarua said they knew it was going to be tough going up against the top three teams in the world in the group stage.But she said it was still an honour to represent their nation.”We just put our country on the map and just to play with pride and no matter what the result is it’s good to be on this journey with the girls and to experience league at a top stage,” she said.Papua New Guinea were beaten 22-8 by Canada, who achieved their first ever World Cup victory.Martha Karl and Christie Bulhage scored for the Orchids, who lost their opening match of the tournament 38-8 against England.Coach Dennis Miall said they gave their best but made too many handling errors and took the wrong options in attack.”We did well with our defence but we could not hold on to the defence for the rest of the game,” he said.”The girls ran up hard and strong and went off again and came on and off and I think that was where we went down.”The final round of group matches is on Wednesday with PNG up against New Zealand and Cook Islands taking on England. Photo: NRL Photos Honey Hireme bagged six tries against the Cook Islandslast_img read more