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Curling training in Brasov II
Romania

Curling training at the end of the season in the Poiana Brasov Ice Rink (25° outside temperature). Event organized with the help of the Romanian Curling Federation and CSS Schei Brasov.

Copyright: Catalin Ionescu
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 20000x2827
Uploaded: 28/04/2013
Updated: 03/05/2013
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Tags: curling; brasov; ice rink; romania; federatia romana de curling
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