Bulgaria – Moite Planini http://moiteplanini.com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 13:49:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://moiteplanini.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2-150x150.png Bulgaria – Moite Planini http://moiteplanini.com/ 32 32 Bulgaria will receive 92.5 million Swiss francs under the renewed bilateral cooperation agreement https://moiteplanini.com/bulgaria-will-receive-92-5-million-swiss-francs-under-the-renewed-bilateral-cooperation-agreement/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 13:49:00 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/bulgaria-will-receive-92-5-million-swiss-francs-under-the-renewed-bilateral-cooperation-agreement/

SOFIA (Bulgaria), Sept. 20 (SeeNews) – Bulgaria will receive financial support of 92.5 million Swiss francs (95.6 million US dollars/95.9 million euros) from Switzerland after the two countries announced on Tuesday have signed a framework agreement for renewed cooperation by the end of 2029. said the Bulgarian interim government.

The funds will be made available under a cohesion mechanism for Swiss contributions to selected EU member states, with Bulgaria becoming the first of 13 countries to end negotiations with an agreement, the government said in a statement.

In this second Bulgarian-Swiss cooperation programme, Swiss support is organized through nine local programs in the fields of education, training, culture, environment and civil society. The scholarships are not cumulated with other types of funding.

Up to CHF 5 million will be paid out to promote dual vocational training to reduce youth unemployment.

Scientific research and development is being funded through the SCIEX and PROMYS programs with around CHF 10 million, while a total of CHF 9.2 million is earmarked for security and migration-related initiatives such as the prevention of crime and human trafficking. and the fight against corruption.

Environmental goals such as improving air quality, waste management, energy efficiency and nature conservation will be supported with a total of 45 million Swiss francs, while initiatives in healthcare, health prevention and the integration of vulnerable groups will be supported with 11.5 million Swiss francs. Up to CHF 10 million will be made available to promote civic engagement.

In 2010 the first agreement for a bilateral cooperation program between Bulgaria and Switzerland was signed. By 2019, 66 projects and 118 organizations had been financed with a total of CHF 76 million.

The second Swiss contribution, managed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), sees the provision of total grants of CHF 1.302 billion between 2019 and 2029 for 13 EU member states – Bulgaria – , Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

(1 Swiss franc = $1,034/1,037 euros)

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All-inclusive resorts aren’t just for the Caribbean — Hyatt is headed to Bulgaria https://moiteplanini.com/all-inclusive-resorts-arent-just-for-the-caribbean-hyatt-is-headed-to-bulgaria/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 17:05:03 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/all-inclusive-resorts-arent-just-for-the-caribbean-hyatt-is-headed-to-bulgaria/

For the most part, all-inclusive resorts have always fit the same mold in the same general travel destinations. We’re talking watered-down drinks and subpar food at resorts dotted along the beaches of the Caribbean and Mexico.

Recently, however, the tide has turned for the all-inclusive experience. Big hotel companies — including Marriott, Hilton, and Hyatt — have invested big bucks to break all-inclusive stereotypes while amassing resorts around the world. It was almost like a game of Monopoly – but one with unlimited tequila and random breaks in limbo with your mother-in-law.

In this game, Hyatt has just made one of the most interesting moves yet: It has added five resorts in Bulgaria to the Black Sea to The Inclusive Collection.

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Hyatt’s new additions

Last year, Hyatt completed its roughly $2.7 billion acquisition of Apple Leisure Group, adding about 100 all-inclusive properties to the company’s collection. These resorts are made up of a number of all-inclusive brands, including Secrets Resorts & Spas, Dreams Resorts & Spas, and Breathless Resorts & Spas.

Now World of Hyatt members can earn and redeem points for stays at these Apple Leisure Group hotels along with Hyatt’s own Hyatt Zilara and Ziva resorts. However, because all-inclusive resorts operate a little differently than other hotels and resorts, Hyatt has also decided to introduce a special award table exclusive to all-inclusive properties.

Related: 8 Lessons I Learned From My 1st All-Inclusive Vacation

While the company already operates a few all-inclusive resorts in (or planned) Greece and Spain, renaming these five all-inclusive resorts in Bulgaria is Hyatt’s first step into the Black Sea all-inclusive market.

The five resorts are spread over two Bulgarian holiday areas, Sunny Beach and Obzor. These are popular destinations for European holidaymakers and are known to be extremely affordable. Here is a full list of properties and a brief description:

  • Secrets Resort & Spa: A 335-room adults-only resort in Sunny Beach.
  • Dream Resort & Spa: A 597-room, family-friendly resort adjacent to Secrets in Sunny Beach.
  • AluaSun: A 191 room resort in Obzor.
  • Alua Resort: A 318 room resort in Obzor.
  • Breathless Resort & Spa: A 395 room resort in Sunny Beach.

Of the five resorts being rebranded and renovated, all will adopt the new branding in 2023, with the exception of Breathless, where it is planned for 2024.

Totally new image for all inclusive

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: all-inclusive resorts are getting a new lease of life.

All-inclusive resorts thrived during the pandemic; They were built in a way to provide travelers with everything they needed at that time, including space, convenience and seclusion. This trend appears to be continuing as travelers realize that an all-inclusive vacation can be more than just a trip to a tropical location.

Accor’s Rixos brand offers luxury all-inclusive experiences at more than two dozen hotels in Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Croatia and Kazakhstan. In Croatia, guests at the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik can enjoy an all-inclusive experience at a clifftop resort tucked away on the Dalmatian coast, and still step out of the resort to explore Dubrovnik’s UNESCO-listed Old Town.

All-inclusive vacations can also cater for winter activities like skiing or snowboarding. A defining brand in the all-inclusive movement, Club Med has a number of all-inclusive ski resorts that are great for both seasoned pros and newcomers to winter sports. You’ll find these resorts in Europe, Japan, China and even Canada at the new Cub Med Québec Charlevoix. Who needs margaritas and sun when there’s snow and après ski?

Or, for a truly wild experience, you could take a page out of TPG author Ben Smithson’s book and take a trip to the cheapest all-inclusive resort in Egypt; it only cost him $41.46 a night.

The bottom line is, whether you love or hate all-inclusive resorts, they’re here to stay.

If these properties – from Croatia to the Black Sea to the snow-capped mountains of Canada – don’t already do it for you, give it some time. The new-age history of all-inclusive resorts is just beginning to unfold.

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Watch: JOE LYNN TURNER performs rock classics with Bulgarian rock band AXAT https://moiteplanini.com/watch-joe-lynn-turner-performs-rock-classics-with-bulgarian-rock-band-axat/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 20:46:57 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/watch-joe-lynn-turner-performs-rock-classics-with-bulgarian-rock-band-axat/

former RAINBOW and DARK PURPLE Singer Joe Lynn Turner joined the Bulgarian rock band AXAT on stage last Wednesday (September 14) in Vratsa, Bulgaria to perform several classical songs. The video of his performance can be seen below.

earlier this month, gymnast said it was “absolutely liberating” to finally ditch the hairpiece he’s worn since he was 14 after being diagnosed with alopecia at the age of three.

The singer, who turned 71 last month, went public with his new look on August 25 in a series of promotional images released to promote his forthcoming solo album. “Belly of the Beast”. In a press release for the LP, yeah said he started wearing the wig to cope with “emotional and psychological damage from cruel bullying at school.”

“In a way, it’s a blessing and a curse” yeah authorized. “I don’t have to prove anything, and I can wear a wig – or not. I’m free to do whatever I want. I am a grown man and I am becoming an older man.

“Many men in this business eventually choose to continue wearing hair or shave their heads, which is very fashionable today. In any case, it takes a lot of personal courage. Assholes in high school trying to kick me around made me stronger and gave me the motivation and strength I needed to rise above the rest. Anger and pain are great tools. When used properly, it can evolve you to become the best version of yourself. Instead of running away, I hid in plain sight.'”

In a new interview with the “Rock Of Nations with Dave Kinchen and Shane McEachern” podcast, yeah talked about what it was like finally getting rid of the wig after all these years. He said (as transcribed from BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “It’s absolutely liberating. First I’m going to give a little background. It was an open secret. It wasn’t like I was trying to fool people or ever denying it or anything. In fact, I never thought of it was that important but sure let’s say haters or whatever these bigots these bullies they would always shoot at me which i always thought was pretty jealous to be honest it said more about them than me. They’re not my type of people. What about the music? That’s what’s important.”

He continued, “I knew this would be on my so-called bucket list before I left this planet. And while we were making this record, I started to feel, ‘Something has to happen.’ And my partner, wife, co-manager – she’s amazing – she just said, ‘Now’s the time, man.’ And I said, ‘You know, you’re right.’ Even though I was apprehensive – of course she would know I’d be a little scared because you’re stepping your foot into unfamiliar territory – she said, ‘You know what? you more.’ And she was Damn it good right. Once you’re yourself, people love you more because you come out and say, “That’s me. I have nothing to hide. I don’t have to prove anything. Record your shots. Do what you have to do. And hey, here’s the record by the way. What now?'”

Alopecia areata is a disease that occurs when the immune system attacks hair follicles and causes hair loss. Hair follicles are the structures in the skin that grow hair. While hair can be lost on any part of the body, alopecia areata usually affects the head and face. Hair typically falls out in small, round patches about the size of a quarter, but in some cases the hair loss is larger. Most people with the disease are healthy and have no other symptoms.

Alopecia became a topic of discussion in mainstream media in March as an actor Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock In the oscars Ceremony. WillHis wife, the 50-year-old actress Jade Pinkett SmithShe has had hair loss due to alopecia and has always shared her struggle openly. The confrontation took place afterwards rock made a joke and called Pinkett Smith “GI Jane” regarding her baldness, which she previously explained is due to alopecia. The shocking incident saw Will to meet Storm on stage Chris after the insulting comment, before returning to his seat and yelling “keep my wife’s name out of your friggin’ mouth” just before collecting his best actor gong for his role “King Richard”.

A few hours later yeah posted his new photos on social media for the first time, ex-colleagueRAINBOW Singer Graham Bonnet took to his Facebook page to share one of the images, and he wrote in an accompanying message, “Hi everyone. Graham here. I am posting this photo of my friend Joe Lynn Turner because today I was moved to tears when I saw it.

yeah illustrates the meaning of rock star. His courage is overwhelming. This industry is ruthless (especially in our genre), especially when it comes to hair. I still hear the story about Ritchie Blackmore post a guard at my hotel door to stop me from getting my hair cut. By the way, that never happened, even though he was so mad when I went to the barber.

“But I digress…I don’t know if yeah I will see, but I want him to know how proud I am of him and how touched I was by his honesty.

“You blazed a trail today yeah. If you are reading this, I want you to know that I never realized what a beautiful man you are until I saw this photo.”

yeah was the singer of RAINBOW between 1980 and 1984 and he sang on the album “Hard to Cure”which contained the band’s most successful UK single, “I give up”.

While gymnast‘s time with RAINBOWthe band had their first US chart success and recorded songs that helped define the melodic rock genre.

1990 saw gymnast reunited with RAINBOW Leader Ritchie Blackmore in a reformed DARK PURPLE for the “Slaves and Masters” Album.

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North Macedonia parliament speaker rejects referendum on termination of deal with Bulgaria – EURACTIV.com https://moiteplanini.com/north-macedonia-parliament-speaker-rejects-referendum-on-termination-of-deal-with-bulgaria-euractiv-com/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 05:34:58 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/north-macedonia-parliament-speaker-rejects-referendum-on-termination-of-deal-with-bulgaria-euractiv-com/

North Macedonia Assembly spokesman Talat Xhaferi rejected a call by opposition party VMRO-DPMNE to hold a referendum on withdrawing the agreement with Bulgaria, which proposes that North Macedonia amend its constitution to recognize a Bulgarian minority.

In a communiqué, Xhaferi said the referendum initiative was “not in line with the constitution”.

According to Xhaferi, ratified international agreements are part of the internal legal order and cannot be changed by law.

On September 9, VMRO DPMNE submitted the referendum initiative, calling the deal with Bulgaria anti-national and anti-state and endangering Macedonian identity and language.

According to the constitution of North Macedonia, the parliament can authorize the referendum to be held if 150,000 signatures are collected.

“I hope that there will still be MEPs with national awareness who support the initiative, because at the end of the day if this initiative is not in order, it goes into a plenary session where MEPs have to declare regularity or irregularity,” he said Nikolla Micevski, Deputy of VMRO DPMNE.

The governing SDSM party supports the idea of ​​a referendum as it is a good democratic instrument. However, MEPs argue that now is not the time to rock the boat between North Macedonia and Bulgaria.

“Organizing the referendum is a democratic right and we as a pluralistic democracy and as a democratic state always stand on the same side and respect the opportunities and rights that all citizens have, including political parties. But I think that in times of crisis, in times of difficult economic and energy situation in Europe, the world and our country, these are exaggerated initiatives and retrograde processes that take the country back to dark, isolating times.” stressed Martin Kostovski, SDSM deputy.

Before the formal start of bloc accession talks, North Macedonia must amend the constitution to include the Bulgarian minority in its preamble. But the Macedonian constitution can only be changed with a two-thirds vote, which the parliamentary majority does not have.

(Alice Taylor | Exit.al)

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Wazdan strengthens presence in Bulgaria with Sesame partnership https://moiteplanini.com/wazdan-strengthens-presence-in-bulgaria-with-sesame-partnership/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 14:01:54 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/wazdan-strengthens-presence-in-bulgaria-with-sesame-partnership/









September 13, 2022






(PRESS RELEASE) — Wazdan, the provider of innovative games, has entered into a partnership with one of Bulgaria‘s leading casino operators, Sesame.

The deal sees a selection of 14 popular Wazdan titles launch exclusively with Sesame online casino, including all-time player favorites like 9 Lions, Sizzling 777 Deluxe and Magic Fruits Deluxe.

The operator’s portfolio is also expanding with powerful Hold the Jackpot titles including Power of Gods: Hades and Sizzling Moon, as well as Wazdan’s acclaimed Freedom of Choice suite which offers customizable tools such as volatility levels.

The monumental deal is further evidence of Wazdan’s commitment to the Bulgarian iGaming market as the provider continues to increase its presence across Europe, having recently signed deals with StarCasino, Casino777.nl and Casino Lugano and signed up for the SiGMA CIS & Balkans Awards shortlisted in the Best Slots Provider category.

Radka Bacheva, Head of Sales and Business Development Balkans & CIS at Wazdan, said: “We are delighted to go live with a respected operator of Sesames Format and to offer their Bulgarian customer base an exclusive selection of our games.

“Our products are packed with tools that increase engagement and meet the needs of modern gamers, and we expect the partnership to effectively promote our presence in the Bulgarian market.”

Chris Kambourov, Casino Manager at Sesame, said: “By adding Wazdan as our newest partner, we are able to offer our players some of the best games on the market.

“As a brand, we strive to excel and find new ways to build our reputation across the industry, and Wazdan’s engagement-boosting products are guaranteed to make that possible.”

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There is a great need for labor in Bulgaria: cooks and tailors are in high demand – Novinite.com https://moiteplanini.com/there-is-a-great-need-for-labor-in-bulgaria-cooks-and-tailors-are-in-high-demand-novinite-com/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 08:17:50 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/there-is-a-great-need-for-labor-in-bulgaria-cooks-and-tailors-are-in-high-demand-novinite-com/

The company urgently needs almost 240,000 workers and specialists in various fields. The biggest shortages are among tailors, shop assistants, machinists and cooks. Over 70% of employer hard to find in Bulgaria Employee in these areas. The data comes from a study by the Employment Agency.

They were looking for a diner in Blagoevgrad Employee for more than a week. You need a baker and a seller. The salary is over BGN 1,000 per month, but there are almost no applicants.

No! A girl or two showed up there and that was it. There are no people, no applicants” says Dimitar Bakalov, baker and owner of bakeries.

The situation is similar in the neighboring shops, restaurants and cafés, where it is also advertised that staff is being sought.

It doesn’t matter who you ask among colleagues, almost all companies are looking for either bartenders or waiters. Let’s leave it at that, the people who show up have no training, no experience, no practice‘ says Dimitar Bakalov.

More than 500 job offers are also advertised in the work Offices in the Blagoevgrad region, most of them are engaged in the field of services and trade. And although employer complain that it is becoming increasingly difficult to find Employeethe region reports a positive trend towards a decrease in unemployment.

In recent months it has been noticeable that in the Blagoevgrad region we have two communes with an extremely low unemployment rate. This is Blagoevgrad Municipality itself with an unemployment rate of 3.7% and Sandanski Municipality with 3.9%”, said Stanislava Popovska, director of the work Office in Blagoevgrad.

However, the Blagoevgrad region remains at the bottom of the salary ladder with an average monthly salary of around BGN 1,000, prompting many young people of working age to look for a living in the capital or abroad.

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Bulgaria: New anti-epidemic measures are introduced – See Where – Novinite.com https://moiteplanini.com/bulgaria-new-anti-epidemic-measures-are-introduced-see-where-novinite-com/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 16:50:01 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/bulgaria-new-anti-epidemic-measures-are-introduced-see-where-novinite-com/

From September 15, temporary anti-epidemic Dimensions are introduced in crèches and kindergartens, in schools and in centers for special education

From September 15 to October 14, by order of the Minister of Health, temporary epidemic control Dimensions are introduced in crèches and kindergartens, schools and Centers for Special Educational Support (CSEP).

From Thursday, September 15th, work with children in daycare centers and kindergartens should be organized in the same group and with the same staff if possible. The work of psychologists, speech therapists and resource pedagogues in kindergartens is organized individually or in small groups. If possible, the children should be received in the morning through all possible entrances of the kindergarten/creche according to a previously established schedule in order to avoid mixing children from different groups.

According to the order of September 15 in schools and centers for special educational support, physical distance must be maintained students from separate classes; between teachers and between parents and teachers. If possible, a different start of lessons and a different break schedule should be introduced for individual classes; to switch to a two-shift system of face-to-face teaching in order to reduce the number of teaching hours in a given time of the day; to designate a separate classroom for each class; to limit the students in groups for all-day organization of everyday school life within the class; the recording of students should be done through more entrances (for schools/CSEPs with more than 100 students). Meals at school/CSEP must be scheduled and not crowded students from different classes.

Until October 14, parent talks are to be held in day-care centers and kindergartens, in schools and in special education settings must be conducted remotely and where face-to-face communication is required, physical distancing requirements of 1.5m must be observed. Also, it is necessary to do an advanced morning filter to exclude students with clinical symptoms for COVID-19, as well as for other acute infectious diseases.

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New poll sees Parliament with seven factions – The Sofia Globe https://moiteplanini.com/new-poll-sees-parliament-with-seven-factions-the-sofia-globe/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 19:16:37 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/new-poll-sees-parliament-with-seven-factions-the-sofia-globe/

A survey by the Market Links agency, the results of which were published on September 7, showed that in parliamentary elections now to be held in Bulgaria, seven political groups would win seats in Bulgaria’s 48th national assembly.

The results of the poll come less than a month before Bulgaria‘s snap parliamentary elections on October 2, 2022, the fourth time in two years that the country has elected a lawmaker.

According to the Market Links poll, Boiko Borissov’s GERB-UDF coalition has the largest share of support at 22.9 percent, along with the Kiril Petkov-Assen Vassilev We Continue the Change (WCC) party, which won the largest share of seats in parliament at the third elections in 2021 – now in second place with 17.8 percent.

This gap between GERB and WCC is similar to that of a survey whose results were published as The Sofia Globe by Alpha Research agency soon after the start of the official campaign reported earlier.

According to the poll results, the Bulgarian Socialist Party and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms each have 10.9 percent support among those intending to vote on October 2.

The reformist coalition Democratic Bulgaria has 8.1 percent support, followed by the pro-Russian party Vuzrazhdane with 7.6 percent.

Bulgaria Rising, the party around former interim Prime Minister Stefan Yanev, who was ousted from the government in December 2021 for using the Kremlin’s euphemism “military special operation” as defense minister for Russia’s war on Ukraine, lies at 4.7 percent just above the four percent threshold of seats to win seats in the next National Assembly.

Market Links said its poll showed cable TV presenter Slavi Trifonov’s ITN party had 3.8 percent support, below the threshold to win any seats.

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The survey was jointly funded and conducted by bTV and Market Links, among 1067 people over the age of 18 between 27th August and 3rd September using face-to-face interviews and online surveys.

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ECS Bulgaria, 2022 Match 32 ICCB vs. GEN Match Prediction Who will win today https://moiteplanini.com/ecs-bulgaria-2022-match-32-iccb-vs-gen-match-prediction-who-will-win-today/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 20:06:11 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/ecs-bulgaria-2022-match-32-iccb-vs-gen-match-prediction-who-will-win-today/

International CC Brussels meets Gent in match 32 of ECS Bulgaria 2022 on Tuesday 6 September 2022 at the Vrijbroek Cricket Ground in Mechelen. Read on to know the ECS Bulgaria 2022 Match 32 ICCB vs. GEN Match Prediction.

Here is our ECS Bulgaria, 2022 International CC Brussels vs Gent match 32 prediction

Case 1: When International CC beats Brussels first

First Innings Score Prediction: International CC Brussels will score 125-135 points

Result prediction: International CC Brussels will win the game by 30-40 runs

Case 2: If Man bat first

First Innings Score Prediction: Man scores 90-100 points

Result prediction: International CC Brussels will win the game by 7 wickets

Squad:

International CC Brussels Squad:

Anand Sundaram, Anirudh Pothamshetty, Appaji Mopada, Gangadhar Barrey, Jay Germanwala, Manish Sarkar, Nithyanandan Krishnan, Pratap Ambati, Rajasekhar Goli, Riechie George, Sachin Shrivastava, Sai Teepi, Sajid Safi, Sanjeet Kumar, Savit Havanur, Shahmeer Mohammad, Shashidhar Gunna , Siddhant Deore, Sreekanth Mandapati, Varunkumar Jani, Venkata Raju, Vivek Bangarambandi.

Gent squad:

Ali Raza, Anna Khan, Azan Malik, Baber Butt, Esmat Husseinkhel, Faisal Khaliq, Hakimi Nangyalay, Harshit Tanwar, Ibrahim Jamali, Imam Zertish, Jabir Syed, Jawad Ghafoor, Mahbubullah Rahmadzai, Majid Ali, Mamoon Latif, Mohammad Sajad Ahmadzai, Mohinder Deepak Balli, Muhammad Arshad, Muhammad Sohail, Omid Malik Khel, Reyhan Faiz, Saif Rehman, Sear Malik Khel, Wadood Abdul, Waleed Azhar, Zahid Durani.

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Predictions are for entertainment purposes only. We do not engage in or encourage betting or gambling. We also strongly advise against engaging in any illegal cricket-related activity. Our experts try to be as correct as possible, but we do not guarantee 100% correctness.

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Rotorua-trained Emma Tindale made her way to Bulgaria to compete in tumbling https://moiteplanini.com/rotorua-trained-emma-tindale-made-her-way-to-bulgaria-to-compete-in-tumbling/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 20:00:24 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/rotorua-trained-emma-tindale-made-her-way-to-bulgaria-to-compete-in-tumbling/ 16-year-old Emma Tindale of Rotorua’s Mid Island Gym Sports will travel to Bulgaria in November. Photo / Laura Smith

A Taupō teenager will burst onto the world stage to represent New Zealand at the World Age Group Championships in Bulgaria this November.

16-year-old Emma Tindale of Rotorua’s Mid Island Gym Sports became the first from her gym to represent the country at a World Cup in 43 years.

The last athlete to do so was Mid Island Women’s Artistic Coach Lynette Farkash.

TIndale will be teetering in the 15-16 age group.

The athlete has been doing gymnastics in Rotorua for four years, but has been a gymnast since she was seven. She joined the Rotorua gym when her trainer moved away in Taupō.

“It worked out pretty well.”

Emma Tindale will compete in tumbling in Bulgaria.  Photo / Included
Emma Tindale will compete in tumbling in Bulgaria. Photo / Included

She saw the fast-paced sport as unique and loved the challenge that came with it.

“Pretty much every competition has a lot of adrenaline.”

Tindale said she gravitates toward niche sports that are tougher.

People were always interested in knowing how it moved through the air.

“Not many people can do a backflip, not many people can cartwheel.”

The selection process for the world competition was long, but the final stage was when she competed in the NZ Gymnastics Championships in Invercargill in July.

Then, about a week ago, she got the message.

Awaiting a letter, it was a moment of surprise when her mother received an email informing her of the selection.

Taupō teenager Emma Tindale will represent New Zealand at the World Age Group Championships.  Photo / Laura Smith
Taupō teenager Emma Tindale will represent New Zealand at the World Age Group Championships. Photo / Laura Smith

“Mum just got this email and she’s like, ‘Oh,’ and I was like, ‘What’s that?’

“And she’s like, ‘You got picked, yay’.”

Her enthusiasm for overseas competitions didn’t come from the start, she said.

Having had the opportunity to do so in recent years, Tindale was unwilling to leave due to the expense and lack of confidence.

She said she would give up the sport over the next few years.

“I just want to make the best of it while I can. I don’t think everyone gets this opportunity, so I might as well take advantage of it.”

While some categories had set routines, this was not the case with her. This meant she had the opportunity to be creative in creating the routine herself.

She wasn’t sure what that would entail, but she and her coach had ideas.

“My style is that I learn a skill a day or two beforehand and try it.”

The trip would cost between $5,000 and $8,000 and would be self-funded.
A Givealittle page was created to raise the money.

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