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ADAC: Croatia third, and Istria the most popular region for summer travel

first_imgA new ADAC analysis shows where German tourists traveled by car on their summer trip. And just released new ADAC data confirmed that the announcements were correct – Istria has been declared the most popular region for summer travel during the covid crisis. As in previous years, Germany ranks first among the most popular holiday destinations: with 33,3 percent. Italy follows with 14,9 percent – albeit with big losses, while Croatia recorded the highest growth and ranked third with 14,3 percent. Spain no longer enters the top ten countries, up from seventh last year. Camping in Germany and Croatia is booming It was among the most popular holiday regions according to the ADAC this year Research i Dalmacija, which are in the first two places. However, regardless of the fact that a part of the passengers spent their summers in Germany, the data show that Croatia is at the very top, more precisely among the TOP 3 destinations, with the highest growth. ADAC is the largest German and European car club with more than 18 million members whose camping guide is the most important source of information for German guests. Croatian camps recorded the highest quality growth in Europe, Holidays at the camp have also experienced a boom this summer. For campers, Germany is also in first place with 35,1 percent and is also recording significant growth here. Croatia (15,4 percent) was second only to Italy (14,9 percent) compared to the previous year. For the first time, Switzerland also placed in the top ten. In the edition of the popular “camping bible” for 2020, Croatian camps recorded the highest growth in quality in Europe, among which Istrians have the highest average rating of 4,1 (the highest is 5). Otherwise, according to a recently published study TOMAS CROATIA 2019 “Attitudes and consumption of tourists in Croatia” as many as 73% of guests come to Adriatic Croatia by car, 19% by air and 6% by bus. Istria is in July according to a study by ADAC, the largest German and European car club, in times of crisis caused by the pandemic, it was declared the most popular holiday region for German motorists, who have been showing their commitment to it for 10 years. As in previous years, the ADAC assessed the route requirements of its members and compared them with previous years. Due to Corona’s limitations, the travel period between May and September was specifically considered this year. Restrictions during that period had a noticeable impact on travel behavior, so many travelers opted for a vacation in their home country, the ADAC points out. The highest category ADAC Superplatz for 2020. Aminess Sirena and Aminess Maravea Camping Resort in Novigrad, Val Saline and FKK-Camping Valalta in Rovinj, Lanterna Premium Camping Resort near Tara and Istra Premium Camping Resort in Funtana, which also won a special award for innovation and development – ADAC Innovation & Progress Award 2020. Germany and Croatia at the top last_img read more

Germany Hammers South Africa 4-0 to Top Group B

first_imgGermany punished an error-strewn display from South Africa to finish top of Group B at the Women’s World Cup.The two-time winners had ample chances to score more than four against debutants Banyana Banyana, who leave France having failed to earn a point.Melanie Leupolz headed in the opener, then an awful error by keeper Andile Dlamini gifted Sara Dabritz a tap-in. Wolfsburg’s Alexandra Popp nodded in a third before the break and Lina Magull added another from a yard out.Germany, one of the favourites for the title, had only found the net twice in their previous two group games, but against a brittle South African defence they ran riot.They will now play a third-placed team from either Group A, C or D in Grenoble for a place in the quarter-finals.South Africa’s coach Desiree Ellis will likely have been disappointed with her side’s poor first-half display, highlighted when Dlamini flapped at a low cross from Verena Schweers which led to Dabritz’s goal.Her keeper did improve after the break, making a brilliant point-blank save from Dabritz, while pacy substitute striker Thembi Kgatlana was denied a goal in a one-on-one situation by Germany’s Almuth Schult.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Salatha Willis, John Wildhack discuss associate AD position and fall sports

first_img Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on July 9, 2020 at 11:27 am Contact Alex: athamer@syr.edu | @alexhamer8center_img The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.Salatha Willis discussed his role as Syracuse University’s first associate athletic director for diversity, culture and climate during a virtual press conference Thursday.SU announced Monday that Willis would take on the position. The role is one of several academic and administrative changes the university is implementing to “to better serve our communities,” Chancellor Kent Syverud said in a release.Willis previously served as an associate director in Syracuse’s Office of Student-Athlete Academic Development. He was selected for the role, in part, because of his extensive experience working with student-athletes, Director of Athletics John Wildhack said in a Zoom press conference. Willis and Wildhack during the press conference further discussed the position and plans going forward with fall sports. Here are three takeaways from the conference: AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCreation of Willis’ positionThe decision to create an associate athletic director for diversity, culture and climate was the result of conversations with SU head coaches, student-athletes, university leaders and alumni in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, Wildhack said. He stressed the need to “change and acknowledge the suppression of Black people.” “I came to the conclusion that to move us forward in this area, we needed someone who was committed and would lead our efforts on a full-time basis,” Wildhack said. “And Salatha’s uniquely qualified to do that.” Willis, who has a doctorate in educational leadership, is also a former athlete, having spent three seasons as a member of Western Michigan’s basketball team. His experience working with student-athletes, as well as working on the general student body experience at other Universities, also stood out, Wildhack said.“The outpouring of support I’ve received thus far, in the last two days since this announcement, is absolutely amazing,” Willis said. Willis’ new role Though Willis was hesitant to outline the specifics of his role, he said that Wildhack has given him the “full arsenal” of resources to make an impact. Willis will be a member of the athletics cabinet and the athletics senior staff. “Salatha, as he should, will have a seat at the table and he will be very influential as we move forward with this initiative,” Wildhack said. One of the first initiatives Willis implemented was the creation of a “student engagement” committee, which had its second meeting Wednesday night. The committee will continue to meet over the summer and into the fall to address social issues and develop “programmatic change and symbolic change,” Willis said.The goal is to create initiatives that will “be bred into everything we do in athletics,” he said. Part of the impact Willis hopes to make is within the athletics department itself, as he will be a member of hiring committees.Status of fall sports The Ivy League on Wednesday afternoon became the first conference to announce that fall sports will be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The announcement was “anticipated,” Wildhack said, and will “not necessarily” impact the Atlantic Coast Conference’s plans aside from those involving games scheduled with Ivy League schools. The Athletic’s Nicole Auerbach, however, reported Thursday morning that the ACC is expected to cancel all fall sports competitions until Sept. 1.Wildhack, who is a member of the ACC football subcommittee that meets bi-weekly, said the goal remains to play a full football season. However, Wildhack stressed that multiple options remain on the table and the conference has and continues to create models that account for different scenarios in the fall, including an abbreviated or conference-only schedule. “There’s so much still unknown, still to be decided, that’s why there are so many different scenarios and the conference office is working diligently on those,” Wildhack said. “You’ve got to have multiple options.” last_img read more