Even if all the forces on the whole island of Krk for real (not through form, but through content) would unite through real synergy where they would end… Month of active tourism on the island of Krk. He runs all over the island of Krk. The whole island of Krk will be transformed into an open active zone in October. So connect the story with digital nomads… ideas just come. A new main season, not through quantity but through quality. Sounds more than interesting, doesn’t it? Baska is, as part of 5th Outdoor Festival, from 11 to 13 October last year, offered five attractive outdoor sports programs that included numerous sports and recreational activities, from trail running / racing, mountain biking, over hiking to rock climbing and zipline, with special accommodation facilities. Also, T Baška with the aim of promoting active tourism announced Outdoor brochures, and you can see the whole offer here. This year, the sixth edition of the Baška Outdoor Festival will take place from 16 to 18 October! BOF is another proof that events are a great motive for coming, especially outside the main season. On the contrary, events and various other programs should be an imperative for every destination. Cover photo: Luka Tabako and Damir Jevtić In its fifth edition, the Baška Outdoor Festival (BOF) confirmed that it is the most visited off-season event on the island of Krk, with over 3.000 overnight stays and over 2.000 participants who enjoyed the many opportunities for outdoor adventures in Baška. The success of BOF was also recognized by the readers of the largest outdoor magazine in Croatia “People Outdoors” who, as part of the award the first Croatian Outdoor Oscar, for the best outdoor athletes, projects and events, the Baška Outdoor Festival was declared the winner in the category of the best outdoor event in 2019 Most visitors to the BOF last year came from Croatia, but there were also many visitors from Slovenia, Germany, Austria and Hungary. For example, participants from Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Poland and the Netherlands attended the Krk’n’roll race.
The University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team will face off against two Hockey East conference teams in their regular season-opening weekend, playing against Boston College Friday and Merrimack College Saturday.This fresh Badger team has already had a few opportunities to build chemistry, as they beat British Columbia twice in exhibition games by scores of 3–0 and 7–5.Their young talent has already seemed to find their rhythm, freshmen Alex Turcotte, Cole Caufield, Owen Lindmark and Dylan Holloway all put points on the board. Head Coach Tony Granato and the Badgers hope this hot start will carry over to the regular season.Men’s Hockey: Badgers NHL draftees set to take off in freshman seasonFollowing an NHL Draft that featured four Badgers, the University of Wisconsin squad is loaded with young talent. Alex Turcotte, Read…The Golden Eagles already started their regular season in full, defeating the University of New Brunswick by a score of 4–2.Wisconsin swept Boston College at home in their two-game series last season by scores of 3–0 and 7–5. The Golden Eagles had a losing record last season, yet they flew to the Hockey East Championship as the seventh seed where they were eliminated by third-seeded Northeastern. Wisconsin and BC had disappointing outcomes to their seasons but are both hungry for a bounce-back year.Likewise, both squads are bringing in new talent, as Boston College’s group of freshmen features five draft picks from this year’s NHL Draft.Men’s hockey: Wisconsin’s overloaded 2019-20 freshmen class is its best in yearsThe University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team recently landed a surplus of talent in their 2019 freshman class. The incoming Read…Forwards Matthew Boldy (12th overall) and Alex Newhook (16th overall), defensemen Drew Helleson (47th overall) and Marshall Warren (166th overall) and goalie Spencer Knight (13th overall) all joined the Golden Eagles this season.This matchup featuring two offensive juggernauts should shape up to be an exciting and fast-paced game, which is why the Badgers will need their defense and goalkeeping to step up. Defensemen K’Andre Miller and Wisconsin captain Wyatt Kalynuk should have their hands full Friday.The Badgers will head to North Andover to play Merrimack College on Saturday, another team looking to rebound after a last-place finish in the Hockey East this past season. The Warriors have not gotten off to a great start thus far, as they were swept in a two-game series on the road against Lake Superior State.The Warriors were led by forward Chase Gresock last season. Gresock put up a team-high 24 points in 34 games as a freshman and already has two goals in two games this season.Merrimack College has improved its top nine forward group, but their issues are still prevalent on both ends of the ice, as they scored just two goals per game and allowed 3.9 goals per game, both statistics being among the worst in their conference.Furthermore, they held a measly 12% average on the power play, whereas their opponents averaged a whopping 26% average against them.These issues for Merrimack College should benefit the Badgers well, as Wisconsin’s potent and high-motor offense may feed off of their back end.Men’s hockey: Wisconsin’s season ends after gut-wrenching 4–3 OT loss to Penn StateThe University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (14-18-5) saw their season come to an end Sunday after dropping the tie-breaking Read…Wisconsin has an excellent opportunity to begin this year of high expectations with a strong start and will seek to come home with two wins.Game time is at 6 p.m. both Friday and Saturday. Friday’s game can be viewed on NESN+ and listened to live on 1310WIBA. Saturday’s game can be listened to live on 1070 WTSO. Both games can be followed live on Twitter @BadgerMHockey.The Badgers will play at the Kohl Center for the first time next weekend, Oct. 18-19, against two-time reigning NCAA champion Minnesota Duluth.