Medora hotels from Podgora on the Makarska Riviera last week hosted the annual TUI Nordic Blue Star conference, which brought together more than 70 participants who arrived in Podgora from all over the world. It is important to point out that this is the first time that a Croatian hotel has been given the opportunity to organize this event, and most conference participants have never visited Croatia before. The TUI Nordic Blue Star concept is part of TUI Nordic’s offer, as well as its longest-lasting and most popular brand. All 37 hotels in Europe as well as 25 hotels in other world destinations in this concept have common characteristics – a variety of facilities and services for families and couples in facilities of categories 4 and 5 *, especially sustainability, environmental protection and modern technological solutions. During their stay in Medora hotels, the participants were presented the specialties of the local Dalmatian eno-gastronomic offer and could hear first hand about indigenous recipes and traditional ways of preparing meals, and all offered wines from Croatian producers were specially paired with each course. The annual conference was also an award ceremony for members of the Blue Star concept, and it was the host Hotel Medora that received the gold award for sustainable travel. “The gold award for the Medora Auri hotel in the “Sustainability” category is just a confirmation that the investment of energy and time in obtaining the Travelife certificate has paid off because our guests have recognized that Medora hotels care about the quality of service, satisfaction of guests and other users. respecting the interests of employees, the company, the local community, preserving the environment and managing resources. We are especially proud of winning the bronze award in the category “Overall impression of the hotel” because we confirmed this year’s competition, in which the gold and silver awards were won by two new 5 * hotels, a place among the leaders in service quality in international competitionSaid the President of the Management Board Zrinko Kamber. In addition to the stay in Podgora, the conference participants were organized a tour and introduction to the natural and cultural heritage of Makarska Riviera, a visit to other hotels in the TUI program and a working part where the management of TUI Nordica presented trends and goals in the future that will enable further growth and development Blue Star concept.
DAVID Haye believes the potential bout between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury would be the biggest fight in the history of heavyweight boxing.The former heavyweight champion fought Wladimir Klitschko for the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO titles in 2011 – losing on a points-decision in what was a hugely anticipated bout at the time.However, despite experiencing some big fights of his own, the 39-year-old revealed there is no better time to crown the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis beat Evander Holyfield in 1999.“I believe the fight with AJ and Tyson Fury will happen in 2021, and it will be the biggest ever heavyweight championship fight. Numbers-wise I can’t think of a bigger fight,” said Haye, speaking as a SportsAid ambassador at an event dedicated to championing the parents and guardians of talented young athletes.This will be two prime champions going at it, it goes beyond all expectations for numbers. Wherever it will be it will make significant money and it will be a fight that every single sports fan will want to be a part of.”“He (Joshua) will want his chance, he will want to get in there and prove that he’s number one, he wants to prove he’s the best in the world.“He jumped back into the ring with Andy Ruiz after his one and only loss and proved that the first fight was a bit of an anomaly, and he was significantly better than what that performance suggested in Madison Square Garden.”Despite deafening calls for the fight to be organised by Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn after Fury’s victory over Deontay Wilder, both boxers have mandatory fights pencilled in for this summer.Joshua will face IBF mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on June 20, while Wilder-Fury III has been organised for July after the American triggered a rematch clause in his contract. “I didn’t think Wilder would want to jump back in there again but thinking about it where else is there for him to go?” Haye added.“He got so conclusively beaten, I had Fury winning every second of the fight. From the very first bell he ran across and took control and he systematically broke him up and basically forced his corner to make him quit.”“I believe once the Wilder rematch is concluded with, I’m pretty sure, Fury winning the third fight of theirs, and Anthony Joshua fights Pulev, and the winner of Usyk and Chisora, I think we’ve got ourselves some very interesting contests.” (Yahoo Sport UK)