Track training won’t hamper Mark Cavendish in Tour de France sprints, says Renshaw

Cavendish’s Dimension Data teammate says the team will do all it can to deliver the Manxman to the yellow jersey on the opening day of the Tour de France Mark Cavendish at the 2016 Tour de France Mark Renshaw has avoided bullish sentiment as he prepares to try and deliver teammate Mark Cavendish 1 to a career first yellow jersey at the Tour de France 2 Grand D part on Saturday.

Renshaw has tipped a markedly different sprint competition ahead of the 103rd edition of the race in which he said his Dimension Data 3 team is less likely to overtly lead the charging bunch. > > > Tour de France 2016 preview: Grand D part and week one (video) 4 Cavendish earlier this year stated the Grand D part as one of three primary objectives in a highly ambitious season including the Olympic Games 5 and UCI Road World Championships.

Slovenia Tourist Board appoints new head

The Slovenian Tourist Board has appointed Mladen Ljubisic as its new head of tourism UK and Ireland.

Ljubisic will continue the Tourist Board s promotion of Slovenia in the UK with a strong focus on travel trade, complimented by marketing and communications campaigns.

A new UK and Ireland strategy is currently being implemented by Ljubisic, which will aim to have a stronger focus on travel trade, with tour operator and agent management playing a very prominent role.

Oil tycoon’s ex-wife can claim spousal maintenance in UK

LONDON, Nov 13, 2015: An English court has given the green light to the former wife of an oil tycoon to sue him for spousal maintenance in England even though their marriage had been dissolved by a Slovenian court in 2011.

Hetem Ramadani, 63, who is worth around 48 million (RM319.21 million), had labelled his former spouse a divorce tourist who was intent on taking advantage of the very generous English courts.

According to The Telegraph , the court dismissed Hetem s appeal, ruling that he had fallen a long way short in his quest to stop his ex from claiming a share of his millions

Slovenia’s capital set to welcome InterContinental® Ljubljana

10 November, 2015 Slovenia s capital set to welcome InterContinental Ljubljana InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), one of the world s leading hotel companies together with Delta Holding announces the signing of InterContinental Ljubljana.

With 182 InterContinental Hotels & Resorts open worldwide and more than 50 hotels in the global development pipeline, IHG continues to expand the brand s portfolio in the most sought-after destinations around the world*.

Opening in 2017, the 165-room hotel will operate under a management agreement with IHG, representing the continuation of a long-term partnership between the two companies that was first established in 2007.