Field of miracles (1995) 03/21/1995
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The theme of the game is the sixtieth birthday of the Spartak sports club.
The first group of players: Mironova Zoya, Starshinov Vyacheslav, Machug Vasily.
Mironova Zoe chooses a prize and is out of the game.
The host announces the first finalist of the program Vyacheslav Starshinov.
The second group of players: Bolotnikov Peter, Seredina Antonina, Shalimov Victor.
Bolotnikov Peter, Seredina Antonina, Shalimov Victor choose prizes.
The third group of players: Sidorov Valentin, Maslachenko Vladimir, Lagutin Boris.
The host announces the finalist of the program, Lagutin Boris.
The host conducts the game with the audience, guessed spectator Tanya receives a prize.
The finalists are Vyacheslav Starshinov and Boris Lagutin.
The host announces the winner of the program, Boris Lagutin, presents prizes.
The winner Lagutin Boris loses superigra, gets a ticket as a gift.
Players and the host say goodbye to the audience.
Nikolay Ozerov makes a speech.
PersonnelMironova Zoya Sergeevna - Soviet skater, USSR Champion 1933, 1934 in speed skating, since the 1940s - orthopedist, founder of sports traumatology in the USSR.
Starshinov Vyacheslav Ivanovich - legendary Soviet hockey player, two-time Olympic champion, 9-time world champion, Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1963), Honored Coach of the RSFSR.
Мачуга Василий Николаевич - the Soviet sportsman and the Russian statesman.
Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1981).
Bolotnikov Petr Grigorevich - Soviet long-distance runner, Olympic champion in 1960.
Seredina Antonina Alexandrovna - Soviet athlete (rowing in kayaks), two-time Olympic champion in 1960, two-time world champion.
Shalimov Viktor Ivanovich - Soviet hockey player, Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1974).
Sidorova Valentina Vasilievna - Soviet and Russian fencer on rapiers, Olympic champion (1976), Honored Master of Sports (1976), coach.
Maslachenko Vladimir Nikitovich - a Soviet football player since 1966 was the captain of "Spartacus".
Lagutin Boris Nikolayevich - Soviet boxer, two-time Olympic champion, two-time European champion, six-time champion of the USSR.
Ozerov Nikolai Nikolayevich - Soviet tennis player, actor, sports commentator, 1980s was elected chairman of the sports society "Spartacus."