KARL STORZ Aktiv Hosts Successful International Sports Event in Tuttlingen for Non-Profit Donation

TUTTLINGEN — The company sports group KARL STORZ Aktiv finally invited people back to the international sports event after a three-year break due to the coronavirus, thus attracting sports enthusiasts from near and far. A total of 26 national and international volleyball and soccer teams competed against each other – including company teams as well as local teams. The proceeds will be donated to the non-profit Phönix initiative in Tuttlingen this year.

Passionate games and intercultural exchange

Team spirit and passion – this is particularly important to the KARL STORZ company in everyday work and that is what the international sports event in the Mühlau sports hall in Tuttlingen at the end of April was all about. The individual games were passionate and the intercultural exchange across national borders was not neglected. The spectators were delighted – they not only took advantage of the delicious food, but also actively cheered on the teams from the Tuttlingen region, Switzerland, the USA, Great Britain, Estonia and Eastern Europe. Although a number of teams excelled on the field during the course of the competition, only one team was able to secure the challenge cup in the final: the KARL STORZ team from Great Britain prevailed in soccer and the US team “KSEA” swept away in volleyball. The supporting program also had a lot to offer. In addition to the freestyle soccer player, Vice World Champion and world record holder Patrick Bäurer, the dance group of the TG Tuttlingen also performed. This also attracted a large number of spectators. All younger guests also got their money’s worth with face painting and in the handicraft corner.

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2023-05-19 05:11:09
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