All passengers in the second quarter of 2020 were transported by ferries and passenger ships, and 51,8% fewer passenger vehicles and 92,8% fewer buses were loaded and unloaded on ships compared to the same quarter of 2019. In the second quarter of 2020 there was no traffic passengers on cruise ships. In the first half of 2020, compared to the same period in 2019, the total number of ships arriving in seaports decreased by 36,7%, the total passenger traffic by 54,7% Circumstances caused by the spread of COVID-19 disease directly affected the decline in passenger and vehicle traffic in domestic and international traffic in Croatian seaports and airports. The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports, 28 thousand passengers, which is a decrease of 91,1% compared to the same period last year. In June 2020, Croatian airports recorded 83045 passengers or 94,7% less than in the same month last year, when the traffic was 1.556.373 passengers. The total number of aircraft landings and take-offs at airports in June 2020 was 3, a decrease of 641% compared to June 78,4, when the number of landings and take-offs was 2019. The largest passenger traffic was realized by Zagreb Airport with 43 thousand passengers (a decrease of 87,0% compared to June 2019, when 333 thousand passengers were transported), followed by Split Airport with 25 thousand passengers (a decrease of 95,1% in compared to June 2019, when 510 thousand passengers were transported) and Dubrovnik Airport with 10 thousand passengers (a decrease of 97,6% compared to June 2019, when 414 thousand passengers were transported). The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports In the second quarter of 2020, 2 passengers were embarked and disembarked in Croatian seaports. Compared to the same period in 988, this is a decrease of 2019% and the lowest number of passengers in the last ten years in the observed quarter. In the first half of 2020, compared to 2019, the total number of landings and departures of aircraft at airports decreased by 67,4%, total passenger traffic by 82,5% and total cargo traffic by 31,6%.
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“Jamal is just good,” said Rivers, whose team plays host to the Toronto Raptors (22-7) at 12:30 p.m. Saturday (on Prime Ticket). “He’s a professional scorer. What I love about him … he can miss five in a row and it doesn’t faze him. He knows what he can do. Once he gets one to go in, the rim seems to open up for him and get bigger.“We needed every point he had.”Crawford shot 8 of 18 (44.4 percent) from the field, 4 of 10 (40 percent) from 3-point range. He came in having made just 16 of his previous 50 shots for 32 percent, 6 of 20 from 3-point range for 30 percent).Crawford is of the mind this was indeed a huge victory.“It definitely is, it really is,” Crawford said. “There are games during the course of the season where no matter what you say, it means a little bit more. Obviously, the whole country — the whole world — was watching this game. They’re (the Warriors) playing as good as anybody in the NBA. Golden State walloped the Clippers by 17 points on Nov. 5 in Oakland. It was an embarrassing loss for the Clippers, who trailed by 27 points after three quarters.That’s why the 100-86 victory for the Clippers in the Christmas night rematch at Staples Center was huge for Los Angeles.Clippers coach Doc Rivers said the victory didn’t necessarily build confidence because his team was already confident. But the Clippers had to be wondering just how good they were heading into the game, not just because of what happened in early November, but because they were just 4-7 against teams with winning records.The Clippers (20-10), who had lost three of their previous four games and five of eight, can give a lot of thanks to sixth-man Jamal Crawford. He scored a game-high 24 points, getting 12 of those points during a fourth quarter when the Clippers worked hard to seal the deal. He made one clutch shot after another and even had two assists in the fourth. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “We’re trying to continue to be consistent and get back on track, so I thought it was good.”Crawford also pulled down seven rebounds for the second consecutive game; the 6-foot-5 guard averages just 1.9 board. He’s averaging 16.4 points.Warriors suddenly strugglingGolden State (23-5) recently won 16 consecutive games and entered play Christmas night having won 18 of 20. Including their surprising loss Tuesday to the Lakers, they have now lost two games in succession.“Very poor execution,” said first-year coach Steve Kerr, whose team still owns the league’s best record. “We had a chance to be up 15 at halftime. Some of it was just strange, simple plays. We missed a couple of dunks, missed a couple of open shots. Some of it was … we’re out of whack right now offensively. We’re not in the same groove we’ve been in. The ball is not moving.”Perhaps guard Steph Curry said it best.“We’re not invincible,” he said.Scouting the RaptorsToronto enters Saturday’s game against the Clippers atop the Eastern Conference. The Raptors are being led by point guard Kyle Lowry in scoring (20.0), assists (7.7) and steals (1.4). Jonas Valanciunas – a 7-foot center – averages 12.2 points and a team-best 8.8 rebounds.Toronto has not played since losing 129-120 at Chicago on Monday. The Raptors had won six consecutive games.
Here are three takeaways from the second College Football Playoff semifinal:MORE: Clemson-Ohio State scoring updates, highlightsTrevor Lawrence did it againClemson trailed 23-21 with 3:07 remaining in regulation and had the ball at their 6. That’s when Lawrence, who had completed 15 of 30 passes to that point, guided a four-play scoring drive that unfolded in just 1:18 of elapsed time.Lawrence hit Justyn Ross for an 11-yard pass before running for 11 more yards. (Lawrence finished the night with 16 carries for a team-high 107 yards). Lawrence then hit Amari Rodgers for a 38-yard gain down the sideline before Travis Etienne took a middle screen the final 34 yards for the game-winner. Just like that, Clemson had the lead again.Lawrence, a sophomore, remains unbeaten as a starter. This wasn’t his best night, but he was at his best when it mattered most.Targeting call changed the gameThe Buckeyes led 16-0 when Shaun Wade sacked Lawrence on third-and-5. Wade, however, was called for targeting upon video review and ejected. Thaat penalty flipped the momentum: The Tigers rattled off 14 points before halftime, courtesy of touchdown runs by Etienne and Lawrence.Was Wade’s hit targeting? It was a helmet-to-helmet blow, but partly because Lawrence ducked into the contact. What was Wade supposed to do? It was targeting by rule, but the rule still needs to be refined. The discussion will grow the more the penalty is called in these games.The Buckeyes’ offense didn’t retake the momentum, either. It reached the red zone three times but settled for field goals on each occasion. That was the difference between knocking the Tigers out in the first half and allowing them to get back in the game by halftime.MORE: Ohio State can blame bad calls — and itself — for loss to Clemson No. 3 Clemson defeated No. 2 Ohio State 29-23 in the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz., on Saturday.The Tigers (14-0) advance to the College Football Playoff championship game, where they will face No. 1 LSU (14-0) at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Jan. 13. Clemson has won 29 consecutive games and has an opportunity to win back-to-back national titles. Ohio State (13-1) blew a 16-0 first-half lead and took its first loss under coach Ryan Day. Ohio State will be back soonThe Buckeyes were itching to get back on this stage after a three-year hiatus, and despite the targeting penalty and a questionable overturned call by the SEC officiating crew, it still had a chance to win in the final minute — before Justin Fields threw an interception to Clemson’s Nolan Turner in the end zone.If Wade doesn’t get called for targeting, or Justyn Ross’ fumble isn’t ruled an incomplete pass, then maybe the Buckeyes win. Running back J.K. Dobbins’ ankle injury was also a huge factor.This game was different than the 31-0 beatdown the Buckeyes took against Clemson three years ago. Ohio State under Day proved it belonged on the big stage, and chances are this team will be back next year with Fields and a defense that has owned the Big Ten for the past three seasons.