extreme sport pic.twitter.com/cUqzvT6k98— Hanch Tarchup Jr. (@misharipov) May 21, 2022
Berlin didn't win but what a moment pic.twitter.com/HJDU1qfh7S— Hanch Tarchup Jr. (@misharipov) May 21, 2022
i work in the highest building where that took place & filmed that pic.twitter.com/qVBW6q0jzL— artin (@MartinOhne) May 21, 2022
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After a two-years Corona break, Europe’s best tramdrivers will meet in Leipzig on May 21, 2022 to find out who’s best on track. Twenty-five teams from nineteen nations will compete in seven disciplines for the popular TRAM-EM-Cup. In addition to titleholder Brussels and host Leipzig, teams from Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Brno, Budapest, Dublin, Florence, Frankfurt, Hanover, Kyiv, Kosice, Kraków, Luxembourg, Lviv, Lyon, Oradea, Porto, Sofia, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Vienna, and Zaragoza will be part of the competitions. Special highlight: in the 10th year of the TRAM-EM, a team from Melbourne will take part in the event for the first time. The Australians operate the largest tram network in the world.