The Panamura Adventure Race is not only a race but also an investment in the future and tourism

first_imgU rujnu, točnije, 23.rujna iz Nedelišća ispred Nacionalnog gimnastičkog centra Aton će startati nekoliko stotina biciklista na premijernom izdanju Panamure i zaputit se kroz šume, vinograde, polja i preko cesta do Mađerkinog brega. Radi se o Panamura Adventure Race, odnosno #Panamura je brdsko-biciklistička (MTB) utrka kroz Međimurje podjednako namijenjena za rekreativce i profesionalce.Panamura Adventure Race organizira Međimurski biciklistički klub Mura uz Turističku zajednicu Međimurja. “On over 76 kilometers of trails, we have placed two official refreshment zones, several unofficial ones, a mountain finish, a passing sprint finish along the Mura, but also several demanding and interesting, hitherto unexplored, paths and trails.. From the most famous hill of Međimurje we descend the Mura, and along the sandbanks of this untamed river towards Mursko Središće. From the northernmost Croatian city we run back to Nedelišće through vineyards and forests and come to the cycling festival in Aton and in Mesap. ” ističu organizatori.Panamura is not only a race but also an investment in the future and tourism.For years, Međimurje has been known as the county and location with the most investment in cycling tourism, from the development of hotel accommodation, private and apartment, all the way to tracing and development of trails, roads and bicycle roads. By investing in cycling tourism, Međimurje is placed on the map as an interesting destination for transit tourists to the Adriatic, and at the same time attracts new guests and provides new content. Bike races, cycling marathons, trails and events are just a part of the infrastructure and content that every cyclist is looking for.e-bike race as a special attraction Uz klasičan MTB maraton koji dozvoljava nastup sa MTB biciklima veličine kotača 26″, 28″ ili 29″, Panamura uvodi i novost. Paralelno s biciklistima natjecat će se i e-Bike biciklisti na biciklima tipa “pedalec” koji potpomažu vozaču, naravno u vlastitoj kategoriji. E-Bike tipovi bicikala, kao i turizam orijentiran na takav tip vozila na mala vrata ulazi na turističko tržište europe, ali zasigurno će biti važan faktor u odabiru destinacije budućih cikloturista.From Nedelišće to Štrigova, along the Mura from Sv. Martin to Mursko Središće, through vineyards and forests, the Panamura Marathon invites amateur cyclists, recreational cyclists, professionals to pedal and experience this professionally organized marathon and see for themselves what their limits are. But it is more important than the competition to show the direction of development when we talk about cycling tourism and how tourism can be developed on the continent throughout the year.last_img read more

Radebe to Kaizer Chiefs Players: You can’t afford to slip!

first_img Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “They need this title more than anyone else and I think they’re capable of winning it. To see how they’ve played and how they’ve conducted themselves up until now‚ it’s been absolutely great.” He added: “I think every Chiefs fan is excited about the prospect of the club winning the league title this season. Looking at how they’ve been playing‚ they’ve been working hard to make things right.” The Premier Soccer League (PSL) will resume over the weekend following a nearly five-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read AlsoCriticism From Fans, Teammates Doesn’t Bother Me Anymore – Akpeyi Cup football will be first on the agenda as the Free State giants take on the Limpopo outfit, followed by Mamelodi Sundowns and Bidvest Wits in the Gauteng bio-bubble which the PSL created to complete the 2019/20 campaign. The Absa Premiership starts on Tuesday evening. Nigeria international Daniel Akpeyi and his Kaizer Chiefs teammates have been told they have no room to slip as the suspended SA league gets set to restart. Former Bafana Bafana Captain Lucas Radebe made the submission, insisting that the Chiefs need the trophy more than anyone else after five-year trophy drought. Amakhosi are desperate to end their five-year trophy drought and have a golden opportunity as they lead the league standings by four points over Mamelodi Sundowns, who have a game in hand. Chiefs have eight league games left to play, starting with Bidvest Wits on Wednesday, 12 August and concluding with Baroka FC on 5 September. The South African legend believes Chiefs will be tested in their chase for the Absa premiership title, adding however that they can weather the storm “I think the (Chiefs) players are prepared, and I think mentally they have to get ready to start where they left off‚” said Radebe as per SowetanLIVE.Advertisement Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Portuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Yearlast_img read more

Deer Isle-Stonington girls “play for Rylee” in quarterfinal win over Ashland

first_img Bio Latest Posts Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected] Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all)center_img BANGOR — Missing its leading scorer, the Deer Isle-Stonington girls’ basketball team rallied together.Undefeated Deer Isle-Stonington entered Monday’s Class D North quarterfinal game against Ashland without Rylee Eaton, who was unable to take the Cross Insurance Center floor as she recovered from abdominal surgery. Playing to keep their season alive, the Mariners sought to put forth an effort that would make their sidelined teammate proud.“We wanted to play for Rylee,” senior Lily Gray said. “We needed to play our absolute best because we felt like we owed her that. All of us know how much she wishes she could be out on that floor with us, and we needed to make the win happen for her.”There were big-game jitters at first, but once Deer Isle-Stonington found its rhythm, it couldn’t be stopped. Controlling the game on offense and defense, the Eaton-less Mariners looked as strong as ever in a 57-28 victory in Bangor.Lily Gray drives toward the basket during the first half of a girls’ basketball playoff game against Ashland on Feb. 18 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The Mariners will be back at the Cross Center when they face No. 3 Woodland (14-5) in the regional semifinals at 7:05 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAfter Gray’s five points paced Deer Isle-Stonington out to a 9-4 lead, Ashland went on a 6-0 run to pull ahead 10-9. A jump shot from Gray just inside the opening quarter’s final minute gave the second-ranked Mariners (17-0) the lead back momentarily, but an Ashland 3-pointer with 20 seconds left in the first quarter gave the Hornets a 13-11 lead at the end of one.Momentum shifted quickly in the second quarter, though, as Deer Isle-Stonington scored the first nine points before Olivia Tardy scored what would be the only tally of the quarter for the No. 7 Hornets (8-12) on a layup. Following four points from sophomore Kaylee Morey, the Mariners’ took a 24-15 lead into halftime as a 3-point attempt from Gray bounced around the rim several times before ultimately falling no good.“We didn’t play good defense in the first quarter, and that had to change,” Deer Isle-Stonington head coach Randy Shepard said. “I thought we showed much better effort on D in the second. That was a big difference.”Ashland ended its scoring drought with a basket on the first possession of the second half, but the rest of the third quarter belonged to Deer Isle-Stonington’s Taylor Hardy. The sophomore responded with three straight field goals to put the Mariners ahead 31-17 and then added six more points later in the quarter as her team surged to a 44-24 lead entering the final eight minutes.“I got those first couple of baskets, and it me more excited and more confident,” Hardy said. “It was all because of my teammates because they got me the ball and believed in me.”Even as the backups began to replace the starters in the fourth quarter, the Mariners continued to dictate the game; six different players scored for Deer Isle-Stonington in the final period, and the team held Ashland to one basket and a pair of free throws to put the finishing touches on a blowout victory.Deer Isle-Stonington head coach Randy Shepard leads his team during a timeout in the second half of a girls’ basketball playoff game against Ashland on Feb. 18 at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLGray led Deer Isle-Stonington with 15 points, and Hardy finished with 14. The Mariners also got nine points, six rebounds and five assists from Morey and four points and 11 rebounds from junior Katie Hutchinson.The game marked the second year in a row Deer Isle-Stonington faced Ashland in the regional quarterfinals. Last year, the third-seeded Mariners beat the No. 6 Hornets 33-20 in a game that saw Shepard’s team make just nine baskets.“We played a lot better today than we did in that game last year,” Shepard said. “That game was ugly. We knew we’d have to be better than that this time, and we were.”Deer Isle-Stonington will return to the Cross Center to take on third-ranked Woodland (14-5), which beat No. 6 Katahdin (9-10) 59-33 earlier Monday morning, at 7:05 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21. Just as the Mariners’ Monday morning showdown was a rematch of last year’s quarterfinal game, Thursday’s will be a rematch of last year’s semifinal showdown, which Woodland won 54-45 to advance to the Class D North championship game.Shepard said it’s “highly doubtful” that Eaton makes her return in the semifinals, which will pit Deer Isle-Stonington against a Woodland team that has yet to lose to a Class D opponent this season. Yet if the Mariners can put forth a performance similar to Monday’s, they just might find themselves playing for the Northern Maine championship game at 9:05 a.m. Saturday, Feb 23.“We’ll give it everything we have,” Gray said. “We don’t know if [Rylee] is going to be back with us or not, but we’ll be fighting together all the way.” Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020last_img read more

Khris Middleton: Bucks are itching for NBA playoffs

first_img Related News Khris Middleton says the Bucks are “itching for the playoffs” and motivated by taking their game to another level rather than merely clinching the No. 1 seed.The Eastern Conference leaders improved to 53-18 with a 115-101 victory over the struggling Lakers on Tuesday. James Harden becomes first player to score 30 or more points against every opponent in one season Clippers coach Doc Rivers denies report he’s interested in Lakers jobcenter_img Middleton led the Bucks with 30 points and later said that his team is hungry to ensure it will hit new heights. “The guys are itching for the playoffs, but we just have to stay day-to-day and do the things that have gotten us into this position,” the small forward said. “Keep working hard and keep wanting to get better, as an individual and as a group.” The Bucks have a nice cushion over the second-placed Raptors (50-21) with 11 games to play in the regular season, but Middleton says securing the top spot in the East is not the priority.”We haven’t talked about that at all,” he said. “What we knew when we clinched the playoff spot is we need to focus on the right now.”I think the boys are doing a good job of finding ways to get better heading into the playoffs rather than waiting for the playoffs or find ways or do certain things.””Guys are itching for the playoffs, but we have to stay day to day and do the things that have gotten us to this position.”— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) March 20, 2019last_img read more