The establishment of the Center consists of arranging the infrastructure and programs that will be implemented, which includes foreign experts, and will profile itself as a center of excellence that will generate the best and highest quality human potential in the tourism and hospitality segment of gastronomy. The Dubrovnik School of Tourism and Hospitality has been awarded more than HRK 101 million in grants for the establishment of a Regional Center of Competence in Tourism and Hospitality. The second contract between TUŠ Dubrovnik and the Ministry of Regional Development and European Union funds is worth more than 29 million kuna. The allocated funds also cover 100% of the eligible costs related to the infrastructure of the regional center of competence. The project is 85% funded by the European Regional Development Fund and 15% from the state budget. With the first contract worth more than HRK 72 million, the Ministry of Tourism allocated funds to the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, which cover 100% of eligible costs, and which relate to regional establishment activities center of competence. The project is 85% funded by the European Social Fund and 15% from the state budget. The City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik-Neretva County signed in September last year lease agreement for the Villa Chingrija complex for a period of 10 years, while the County subleased it to the Dubrovnik School of Tourism and Hospitality, also for a period of 10 years, all with the aim of establishing a future Regional Center. Source and photo: dubrovnik.hr
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Loading… Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth8 Most Expensive Mistakes In The History Of MankindYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Top 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketThe Network’s Greatest Shows On HBO11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More The first Bundesliga player to test positive for coronavirus said on Monday he had been “really scared” as he suffered from the illness. Paderborn’s Luca Kilian, 20, was the first case of Covid-19 in the German top-flight which has been postponed until at least 2 April due to the pandemic. The Germany Under-21 international had missed seven matches since suffering a muscle injury in late-January but his club’s last match was the March 6 loss to Cologne. “It started on 10 March with a little bit of irritation in the throat. The day after I had a headache but I kept training” he told newspaper Westfalen-Blatt. “On 12 March I had the first of my hot flushes and a day later they were really strong. Fever and strong shivers. It was then I started being really scared for the first time. “It took four days for the fever to drop, and after that I felt better every day,” he added.Advertisement Kilian, who joined the league’s bottom club, from home town side Borussia Dortmund at the start of the season, was able to return home to his family to be taken care of by his mother, a nurse. Luca Kilian in tough battle with opponent in one of the Bundesliga matches before league was suspended “If I had stayed alone in Paderborn I would have gone to hospital,” he continued. “I can now talk from experience. I’m a sportsman and in form, but I had to fight a lot against the virus. For the people who already have health issues, it could put their life in danger.” Read Also‘I could no longer breathe on my own’: striker reveals virus battle As of late Sunday, 55 people in Germany have died of the disease with 18 610 recorded cases and Chancellor Angela Merkel was in quarantine after meeting a doctor who tested positive for the novel coronavirus. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
The City trip is the first of four key domestic fixtures in Champions League weeks for the Blues, who will hope to swiftly find a solution to Costa’s niggle. The trip to Sporting Lisbon is followed by a home clash with Arsenal, Manchester United away follows the Maribor home tie and a date at Liverpool is immediately after the trip to Slovenia. Didier Drogba started up front for the Blues in Costa’s absence, but the hero of the 2012 European Cup win was culpable as Chelsea missed a host of chances to add to Cesc Fabregas’ early opener. Klaas Jan Huntelaar equalised on the counter-attack as Schalke punished Chelsea to earn a point. Captain John Terry admits Chelsea must address their defensive flaws ahead of Sunday’s showdown with City, who will provide a stiff test of the Blues’ title credentials after wins over Burnley, Leicester, Everton and Swansea. Chelsea twice beat City last season, only to finish four points behind them in third place in the final table. The Blues have conceded six times in the Premier League and Terry was concerned by another leaked goal against Schalke. “It’s disappointing to drop points in the first game at home,” the captain said on chelseafc.com. Chelsea travel to Premier League champions Manchester City on Sunday with Costa likely to return to the starting line-up after Mourinho opted to select the Spain striker only as a substitute in Wednesday night’s 1-1 draw with Schalke in Champions League Group G. Costa has scored seven times in four Premier League matches this term, but Mourinho says the £32million summer signing from Atletico Madrid is not ready to play more than one game a week after a hamstring problem recurred while on international duty earlier this month. “The first four league games we’ve been killing teams off. We didn’t do it (against Schalke) but it was disappointing to concede the way we did, from a counter-attack from our own corner. “It was our corner, we were attacking and we got caught on the break. It shouldn’t happen. “It’s the second time already this season it’s happened.” Chelsea were beaten by Swiss side Basle in their opening home game last term and responded with four wins to advance. Mourinho will be keen for early progress in Europe, given the domestic schedule, and Terry is targeting top spot in Group G. “We lost our first Champions League game last season and we came back to win the group and go through,” Terry added. “We’ve got some tough games coming up but that’s our aim again.” Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho faces tough decisions in his management of Diego Costa and the striker’s temperamental hamstrings as a result of the Blues’ challenging domestic fixture list. Press Association
Calories don’t count on the holidays, right?Well, we sure hope so because a new report says the average American will eat more than three-thousand calories on Thanksgiving Day.Three-thousand calories also include 150 grams of fat, according to the Calorie Control Council.The Calorie Control Council also said it would take a four-hour run for a person who weighs 160 pounds to burn all of that off.They recommend recovering by eating light low-fat foods for a few days after Turkey Day.So after the calories, bring on the sweat pants!
A victory on the Portugal Pro Golf Tour earned him five Challenge Tour invites in 2019 and he won the KPMG Trophy last September before claiming his European Tour card from the qualifying school.“I’ve been working hard on my game and this course suits me because it’s a little bit fiddly in places,” said Whitnell, who had not earned anything from five events in 2020 before the circuit shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.“The peaks and troughs of the golf profession are very interesting. You’ve just got to try to deal with it the best you can,” Whitnell said. “I love the game, I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t and my amateur career speaks for itself.”South Africa’s Justin Harding fired a brilliant 63, the lowest round of the week so far, to sit alongside Whitnell on 10 under. Overnight leader David Law (69), Calum Hill (66), Ashley Chesters (66) and Rasmus Hojgaard (67) are a stroke further back. Associated Press Tournament host and club member Lee Westwood was in danger of making an early exit after a double bogey on the first, but the 47-year-old fought back to shoot 71 and make the cut on the mark of 1 under.The European Tour’s strict health protocols have been applauded, but did lead to the withdrawal of England’s Andrew Johnston after nine holes of his opening round.Johnston, who opened up last year about the mental health issues that followed his rapid rise to fame after winning the 2016 Spanish Open, said: “Being here and being confined to the hotel and course and not being able to bring my family is ultimately not what I want at this moment.“I’m struggling to get my head around it all. One minute I’m coming out of lockdown, going out for dinner, and then the next I’m back in lockdown in a hotel room.”Sweden’s Marcus Kinhult, the 98th-ranked defending champion and one of only three players inside the world’s top 100 featuring this week along with No. 82-ranked Eddie Pepperell, shot another 2-under 69. Pepperell (69) is on 6 under for a share of 13th place. Paratore leads Whitnell by 1 shot at British Masters Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, England (AP) — English golfer Dale Whitnell had an eagle and five birdies for a 7-under 64 in the second round of the British Masters to move second at Close House Golf Course on Thursday.Whitnell is 10 under par at the halfway stage, a shot behind Italy’s Renato Paratore (66), on the European Tour’s full return to action.The 31-year-old Whitnell played on the 2009 Walker Cup team alongside Tommy Fleetwood but struggled to establish himself in the professional ranks and was forced to take on a courier job for 10 months to make ends meet. July 23, 2020 Miguel Ángel Jiménez (71), making his 706th appearance on the European Tour to tie the record of Sam Torrance, is tied for 35th on 3 under.Former US Open champion Michael Campbell (80) missed the cut after a first-round 68.The tournament marks the start of the European Tour’s “U.K. Swing,” a series of six events played in England and Wales over the next six weeks devised primarily for ease of travel for players amid the coronavirus pandemic.The venues for the six events are all within a three-hour drive of one another, scrapping the need for air travel to which players have become accustomed on the increasingly global tour. Players and caddies have been tested on arrival, will have to check for symptoms and take a temperature test daily. Most of Europe’s elite are in the United States ahead of a World Golf Championship in Tennessee, where the prize fund of $10.5 million is around 7½ times that of the British Masters, and then the PGA Championship in San Francisco starting on Aug. 6. ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
..Rampertab Ramnauth hit a superb unbeaten 92 in Guyana’s winST JOHN’S, Antigua, (CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago survived a seven-wicket defeat to Guyana in Saturday’s final round to capture the Regional Under-15 Super50 Cup by the narrowest of margins here.Playing at Coolidge Cricket Ground, the previously unbeaten T&T came off the worse in a shortened affair, with Guyana easily overhauling their revised target to barely miss out on the title.In the end, T&T finished 25.2 points with Guyana second on 25.1 points. Defending champions Barbados, who edged Windward Islands by a single run at Liberta Sports Club, ended third on 19.3 points.Jamaica, meanwhile, who crushed Leeward Islands by 151 runs at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium, finished fifth on 13.1 points, behind fourth-placed Windwards on 14.5.Leewards, without a win in their five outings, finished last on on 1.7 points.Opting to bat first in a crucial contest, T&T were held to 180 for two in an innings restricted to 43 overs, with Justin Jaggesar top-scoring with 73 off 113 balls.He put on 52 for the second wicket with Kavir Boodoosingh (29) before inspiring a 113-run, unbroken third wicket partnership with Andrew Rambaran (33 not out).In-form opener Rampertab Ramnauth then stroked a superb unbeaten 92 as Guyana marched to their target in the 31st over.He struck 13 fours in an exciting 83-ball knock, adding 90 for the second wicket with Mavindra Dindyal whose 52 came from 43 balls and included seven fours and a six.Zachary Jodah arrived to carve out a breezy unbeaten 32 off 35 deliveries, in an unbroken fourth wicket stand of 87 with Ramnauth.Rampertab RamnauthBarbados, meanwhile, won a thriller, after successfully defending a modest total. Sent in, they were dismissed for 196 in the 43rd over, with Achilles Browne hitting 58 and Joshua Morris, 44.Browne put on 55 for the first wicket with Micaiah Simmons (23) and a further 73 with Morris for the second wicket, before Royce Paul snatched four for 14, as Barbados lost their last nine wickets for 68 runs.In reply, Windwards were dismissed for 195 in the 48th over with Nathan Sealy (3-21) and Isaiah Folkes (3-46) taking three wickets apiece.They lost their first wicket without a run on the board in the first over before Abraham and Stephan Pascal put on 65 for the second wicket to steady the innings. However, six wickets then fell for 26 runs to put Barbados in command before number 10 Luke Wilson (41) and Paul (40), batting at number nine, nearly pulled off victory with a late salvo.Jamaica ended an otherwise disappointing campaign on a high, courtesy of a wonderful unbeaten 161 from opener Adrian Weir, as they tallied 250 for two off 39 overs after being sent in.He counted 13 fours and nine sixes off 123 balls, posting 189 for the first wicket with Kev’Aundre Virgo (45) and a further 51 for the second wicket with Jordan Johnson (9).Odel Samuels then claimed four for 30 as the Leewards crumbled for 109 in the 29th over, with Nathan Edward top-scoring with 35.
INDUSTRIAL Supply Guyana (ISG) has come on board in support of the upcoming International Drag race event called 1320 Heat.The 1320 Heat drag racing event is being run off by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) with the club proclaiming that this will be its largest event of that kind.In a release, the club stated that “ISG has been on board for a lot of our circuit racing events and their venture into this international Drag race meet is welcome.”“We feel that companies such as ISG are not often given the recognition that they deserve and we want to say thank you to the management of the company”“Industrial Supply of Guyana Inc. became a subsidiary of MACORP on the 1st March, 2003 and is the Sole Distributor of National Petroleum products,” the release stated.“We at GMR&SC look forward to more fruitful partnerships with ISG especially given the popularity of its Ultra Lubricants,” the release concluded.Apart from ISG, the other event sponsors are DEL CO ICE, R. Kissoon Contracting, Deryck Jaisingh Trucking Service and Machinery Rentals, Mohamed’s Enterprise, BM Soat, Prem Electrical, E-Networks, Trans-Pacific Auto Sales, Cyril’s Taxi, Blue Spring Water, Choke Gas Station, Miracle Optical, Tropical Shipping and Hand-in-Hand.Adults’ tickets for the August 25 event are $2 000 while children’s tickets are $1000.
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“My personal target is to win the league with the club. At Wikki Tourists, we finished third last season and fourth in the previous season. I see Akwa United as a very ambitious side with a massive support base. I look at the team as a team the Government has supported very well and what they need in return is glory.“I came here first to see what they have on ground. I have done some homework and have already commenced training with the old players to enable me identify areas which we need to fortify. They have the best facilities in the country in terms of the stadium and training pitch and a very peaceful environment that will help me to work and achieve my target”, Maikaba stressed.With previous stints at the defunct Sharks FC, Kano Pillars and FC Abuja, Maikaba said he will consolidate on what he has met on ground and make a few additions, to keep the team in good shape ahead of the new season. He however refused to dismiss reports that he will bring along to his new team some players he worked with at Bauchi.“You cannot say you won’t bring in a player or two from your previous team to your new team, but you cannot take all players from the former team, it is not good for you as a coach and also the team. It will look as if the players are doing the work for you whereas it is the other way round. The essence of bringing in one or two of the players to the new group is to at least help pass your philosophy of playing to the other players. I have seen quality players at Akwa United FC that can produce a winning team. I am ready to work with them,” Maikaba added.Known for his youth friendly policy in clubs he previously handled, Maikaba said he will be focused on developing younger players for the team as well as the country, while also pushing for laurels.“I have succeeded in developing a couple of players. I started with Buffalo FC of Kano, where I produced the likes of Theophilus Afelokhai, Gambo Mohammed and Bello Kofarmata. They were the first set of players who won the league for Kano Pillars, though not with me. At FC Abuja, I produced players like Nosa Igiebor, Anthony Ujah and so many others. I left for Enyimba with only two players, Chinedu Udoji and Mustapha Musa, but developed many before I left.“I will give more opportunities to younger players, most especially now that the League Management Company (LMC) has made provision for registration of players below 18 years of age, at any point of the season.“We will keep encouraging younger players that are from the state, at the end of it, we hope to produce quality players not only for Akwa United FC alone, but as well as the national teams,” Maikaba told npfl.ng on a positive note.Maikaba who signed a two-year deal was presented to the media and fans of the club.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Newly appointed Technical Adviser of Akwa United FC, Abdul Maikaba has said that he decided to leave Wikki Tourists of Bauchi to sign for the Uyo-based side to accomplish his quests to win trophies.Maikaba who disclosed this during his official unveiling by the Uyo side yesterday, believes he can improve on the third position achieved for Wikki in the just concluded season, to win the Nigerian Professional Football league this coming season.The former Enyimba manager told npfl.ng, he is looking forward to a rewarding season with the Promise Keepers, despite having to make what he described as the toughest decision of his life, by sacrificing continental football opportunity to challenge for the domestic trophy.