Rumänien Constanza, 2009-09, 66 Fotos Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Marla R. Keown, JTF-East PAO Visiting German schlagball players take their turn batting during a three-day International Festival of Traditional Sports Related to Oina in Techirghiol, a seaside community south of Constanta, Romania, Sept. 5. For most players, this was their first time playing a different country’s bat and ball sport. Players from Romania, Moldova, Germany and U.S. Joint Task Force-East troops played against each other in oina, schlagball and softball Sept. 4 through 7.Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Marla R. Keown, JTF-East PAO German Schlagballer Osburg catches a foul ball during a three-day Traditional Sports Related to Oina International Festival at Techirghiol, Romania just south of Constanta, Sep. 5. Players from Romania, Germany and the United States came together Sep. 4 through 7 to play their own variations of bat and ball games together, Romania’s Oina, Germany’s Schlagball and the United States‘ softball.Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Marla R. Keown Romanian Oina players take their turn at bat at a schlagball game during the Traditional Sports Related to Oina International Festival held just south of Constanta at Techirghiol, Romania, Sep. 5. Players from Romania, Germany and the United States spent the three days together learning more about each other’s bat and ball sports. At the end of the three-day festival teammates gathered together for a night of food and traditional Romanian dancing at a culminating ceremony in nearby Constanta.Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Marla R. Keown, JTF-East PAO Romanians and Germans take a brief break during a friendly game of schlagball as part of the International Festival of Traditional Sports Related to Oina in the seaside community of Techirghiol, south of Constanta, Romania, Sept. 5. U.S. troops of Joint Task Force-East (JTF-East) participated in the event as a way to continue to build international relationships with teams from Romania, Germany and Moldova.
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