Soviet Sport 1985 № 5 Three days in Moscow.

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Zhukovskaya I.

Operators: Voinov O., Zaycev A., Komm R., Kondakov S., Levenberg M.


Three of the Moscow stage of the 38th cycling world, held under the motto "Friendship and Solidarity athletes planet" and dedicated to the 40-year anniversary of Victory over Fascism.

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Start cycling, cyclists during the passage of the stages and finish.

Reel №1

Red Square, Kremlin - removed from the top point.

People lay flowers at the Eternal Flame.

Eternal flame burns.

World War II veterans laid flowers at the Eternal Flame.

(VO the song "Cranes" performed M.Bernesa).

Watching sports columnist for the "Truth" A.A.Yusin.

Start of the first stage of cycling at MSU in the Lenin Hills.

Participants cycling on the streets of Moscow - different plans.

Watching fans.

Athletes at the finish.

Soviet cyclist finishes.


Start of the second stage of cycling in Krylatskoye.

Cyclists on the road - different plans.

Sitting on the side of the race came down cyclist.

Helicopter in the air.

The cyclist has broken bicycle.

Cars passing "emergency" and escort vehicles.

(VO the song "Top" in the performance of Vladimir Vysotsky).

Polish riders finish first.

Athletes on the podium.

Start of the third stage - team race of 50 kilometers.

Start command in Czechoslovakia, Poland, USSR, GDR.

Cyclists on the road - different plans.

USSR national team cyclists passing through the embankment of the Moskva River (filmed from the top point).

Finish Soviet cyclists.

Soviet riders on the podium release of white doves.

Flying doves.

Newsreel 1945.: People greeting Soviet soldiers and the soldiers of the allied armies.

Soviet riders on the podium.

World War II veteran is at the Eternal Flame.

Eternal flame burns.

(VO the song "Cranes").

Race says sportswriter A.Yusin.