The first amateur SUP race in Šibenik-Knin County

first_imgThe first amateur SUP race for children and adults in Šibenik-Knin County will be held this Saturday, September 08.09.2018, 10. from 00:XNUMX am in Rogoznica, all with the motto: “Summer is not over yet! ”. We want to show that the “small towns” in the off-season have something to offer their guests despite the rain and the beginning of the school year, says the organizer of the SUP race Petra Režić from the company Active Rogoznica. The goal of the SUP race is to encourage local schoolchildren to become active in a new sport and influence a change in thinking about active tourism in the destination.The competition program starts at 9:00 am with registration and introduction to the equipment and free training for all interested. At 10:30  getting started  a race for adults, followed by a race for children at 11:30, and the most fun part of the race program at the big SUP eights at 12:30. At 14:00, the prizes will be handed out and the winners will be announced.Stand Up Paddleboard is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Regardless of age and physical condition, SUP is a sport for everyone. It is fun, requires a lot of energy, and yet easy to master and allows you to spend time outdoors, in nature and at sea. It is an ideal group activity and is easy to share with friends and family.Content, content and only quality, diverse and authentic content must be an imperative of every tourist destination.Find out more about the SUP race HERElast_img read more

Besiktas Contact Lazio for Onazi

first_imgTurkish champions Besiktas have contacted Italian club Lazio for Nigeria midfielder Ogenyi Onazi, AfricanFootball.com can exclusively reveal.Besiktas will already have another Nigeria international, Kenneth Omeruo, on loan for the new season, while media reports have suggested Chelsea midfielder Mikel Obi is also wanted by the Istanbul giants.“This week, Besiktas have made an official enquiry for Onazi and it is now left to be seen if they will accept a bid for the player,” a top source informed only AfricanFootball.com Two years ago, 23-year-old Onazi signed a contract extension with Rome club Lazio till 2018, but it is widely believed to have been a little improvement on a rather poor deal.It was about the time he was being scouted by several top clubs including Premier League club Liverpool.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more