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Gold beggars. Fallen out of the nest. (1992)

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Producer RIAN

Director: Likhanov B.

Script writers: Petelin Yu

Operators: Chihachenko B. Musaelian A.

Composers: Likhanova B.

Reel №1 Gold beggars. Fallen out of the nest

1983 World Cup in Switzerland track racing, participates S.Kopylov.

1978: Kopylov ranks first in the competition.

Newsreel of the 80's.: Sit athletes after the competition.

Training cyclists.

Students go to Novomoskovsk College of Physical Education, Classroom.

Vacationers go boating in the park.

S.Kopylov with his son in the garden.

Kopylova family at the table.

S.Kopylov playing with his son.

1983 World Cup in Switzerland, Kopylov in second.

Interview with S.Kopylovym at home.

Interview honored coach of the RSFSR E.D.Kochetova.

Yu.

Petelin journalist talks to S.Kopylovym.

Awards Kopylova.

Trained cyclists.

Interviews journalist V.N.Travyanskoy.

Newsreel 1983: The final sprint in the Games of the USSR, winner - S.Kopylov.

Interviews journalist V.N.Travyanskoy.

Latvia: Rural landscape, sheep, stork.

Swans in the pond.

A woman with a baby in the garden.

Interview K.Kandevisa, honored coach of Latvia.

Interview wife S.Kopylova - Limes.

Judge L.N.Hmel interview.

1980: participation in S.Kopylova 22nd Olympics.

S.Kopylova interview.

Watching young cyclists.

Interview with a sports official.

S.Kopylova interview.

Awards Kopylova.

Street Tula.

S.Kopylov driving on the highway on a bicycle.

S.Kopylov home with the dog.

His wife and daughter Kopylova ride their bicycles on the beach at sunset.

Personnel

Kopilov S. -- athlete, cyclist Petelin Yu. -- journalist Kochetov E.D. -- coach Kandevis K. -- coach

Calendar

1992 1983 - World Championships in track races, the final sprint in the Games of the USSR 1980 - The Olympic Games in Moscow 1978 - The competition on cycling

Locations

Switzerland [212] Moscow [820] Tula [861] Liepaja (Latvia)

Sport