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The USSR and Olympism.
The USSR and Olympism
“No country applies more intensively the theory of Baron de Coubertin that
a national programme of physical training and competitive sport will build
stronger and healthier boys and girls and make better citizens.”
Avery Brundage - 5th June 1962
USSR
Role of the USSR NOC
8,650,000 square miles.
250,000,000 inhabitants.
The USSR Olympic Committee is an
independent public body, which seeks:
— to develop physical education and
amateur sport,
— to promote the Olympic ideal,
— to encourage and develop the international relations of Soviet
sportsmen in the interest of strengthening international sports cooperation, and friendship and peace
among nations,
— to represent Soviet sportsmen in
the international sports movement
and provide for their participation
in the Olympic Games,
— to coordinate the activities of the
USSR sports federations within
the international organisations,
— to publicise abroad the achievement of USSR physical education
and sport.
USSR OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
Founded in April 1951.
Recognised by the IOC in May 1951.
President in office: Mr. Constantin
Andrianov*.
Secretary General in office: Mr. Nikolai Kurdiukov.
Address: Skatertny per 4, Moscow.
Telephone: 291 5849.
Telex: SUARENA 068-71-73.
* See biographical notes.
530
Origin
Russia was one of the twelve countries
whose representatives initiated the
renovation of the Olympic Games and
founded the International Olympic
Commitee at the International Congress in Paris in 1894. Among the
14 IOC members elected at the
Congress was Russian representative
General A.D. de Boutowsky.
IOC members for the USSR
1. Constantin Andrianov*, since 1951.
Tokyo 1964 - The USSR delegation with
the weightlifter Yuri Vlassov bearing the
flag.
THE USSR AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES
2. Alexei Romanov*, elected in 1952,
honorary member since 1971.
Date of first participation: 1952.
3. Vitaly Smirnov*, since 1971.
1956: the first Soviet delegation appeared
in the Winter Games.
Organisation of Games
Successive Presidents of the USSR
NOC
The founder of the USSR Olympic
Committee, Mr. Constantin Andrianov*,
has held the presidency without interruption since 1951.
Moscow, the capital of the Soviet
Union, was one of the candidates for
holding the Games of the XXIst Olympiad. Now it has again submitted its
application to stage the Games celebrating the XXIInd Olympiad in 1980.
531
Soviet representation (since 1952)
at the Olympic Games1
1952 77(20)
26
14
10
13(1)
10
9
16(3)
15
16(8)
7
1956 75(22)
25
12
10
10(1)
12
9
20(3)
18
12(6)
7
1960
81(23)
26
12
10
12(2)
13
10
21(6)
0
12(6)
6
1964 84(23)
27
12
10
13(3)
12
10
20(5)
0
12(6)
7
1968 70(24)
27
12
11
11(2)
15
10(1)
20(5)
0
12(6)
7
1972 75(27)
26
12
11
15(4)
15
11(1)
20(5)
19
12(6)
9
Soviet representation
at the Winter Games from 1956 to 19721
1956
!
0
17
!
11
0
27(7)
55(7)
1960
4
!
17
!
16(5)
4(2)
21(6)
62(13)
1964
4
0
17
0
16(7)
4(2)
28(8)
69(17)
1968
4
0
18
0
16(6)
l0(5)
26(10) 74(21)
1972
6
0
20
7(3)
9(5)
10(4)
26(8)
1
!
The figures in brackets represent the number of women included in the first figure.
Not included on the programme.
532
78(20)
1952
!
0
!
16
38(8)
3
11
!
!
14
295(40)
1956
!
0
!
16
32(7)
3
11
!
!
11
283(39)
1960
!
0
!
16
41(13)
3
10
!
!
11
284(50)
1964
!
0
4
16
44(14)
3
10
!
24(12)
11
319(63)
1968
!
0
!
16
52(17)
3
12
!
24(12)
11
313(67)
1972 16
0
6
20
46(16)
3
14
6
24(12)
13
373(71)
USSR Olympic champions
1960: Valeri Brumel
1956-1960-1964: Viatcheslav Ivanov
* The names in heavy print indicate that the champion in question will be mentioned later on.
* We would like to thank in advance all readers able to help us complete the following table, and give
us news of all the champions.
533
Titles obtained at the Olympic Games
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Romachkova
Zybina
Nlna
Galina
Athletics W¹
—
Discus
Shot-put
Tloukalov
Yourl
Rowing
Sculls
Tchoukarine
Tchoukarine
Chagulnlan
Tchoukarlne
Tchoukarlne
Chaguinian
Mouratov
Beliakov
Berdiev
Perelman
Leonkine
Kallntchouk
Botcharova
Gorokhovskaïa
Gorokhovskaia
Botcharova
Minaïtcheva
Urbanovitch
Danilova
Chamraï
Dchougueli
Kalintchouk
Vlktor
Vlktor
Grant
Viktor
Viktor
Grant
Valentine
Evgueni
Yosif
Mikhail
Dimitri
Ekatarina
Nlna
Maria
Maria
Nina
Galina
Galina
Pelageja
Galina
Medea
Ekatarina
Gymnastics
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Gymnastics W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Horse vault
Pommelled horse
Rings
General
Team
—
—
—
—
—
—
Horse vault
Beam
General
Team
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Oudodov
Tchimichkian
Lomakine
Ivan
Rafael
Trofim
Weightlifting
—
—
Bantam-weight
Feather-weight
Light heavy-weight
Tsimakouridze
Mekokichvili
Gourevitch
Pounkine
Safine
Kotkas
David
Arsène
Boris
Yakov
Chasame
Johannes
Middle-weight
Freestyle wrestling
—
Heavy-weight
Greco-Roman wrestling Fly-weight
—
Feather-weight
—
Light-weight
—
Heavy-weight
Bogdanov
Anatoll
Shooting
Full-bore rifle
Spirine
Kuts
Kuts
Yaounzeme
Tychkevitch
Leonid
Vladlmlr
Vladimir
lnessa
Tamara
Athletics
—
—
Athletics W
—
20 km. walk
5000 m.
10,000 m.
Javelin
Shot-put
lvanov
Berkoutov
Tioukalov
Viatcheslav
Alexandre
Youri
Rowing
—
—
Sculls
Double sculls
—
Safronov
Enguibarian
Chatkov
Vladimir
Vladimir
Guennadi
Boxing
—
—
Feather-weight
Light welter-weight
Middle-weight
Kharine
Botev
Pavel
Grazian
Canoeing
—
C2 1000 m.
—
534
Year
Birth
1952
—
1929
1931
—
1930
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1921
1921
1923
1921
1921
1923
1928
1918
1924
1923
1928
1922
1924
1921
1921
1924
1929
1917
1918
1931
1925
1922
—
—
—
1924
1929
1924
—
—
—
—
—
—
1925
1912
1931
1921
1932
1915
—
1932
1956
—
—
—
—
1932
1927
1927
1932
1931
—
—
—
1938
1933
1930
—
—
—
1934
1932
1932
—
—
1927
1928
Death
Notes
1956 - Vladimir Kuts
1952-1956
V. Tchoukarine
1972
1952-1956
A. Bogdanov
1952-1960
Nina Romachkova
¹ W: woman.
535
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Dementeva
Elizabeta
Canoeing W
K1 500 m
Yachine
Bachachkine
Ogonikov
Kouznyetsov
Netto
Maslyonkin
Tatouchin
lssayev
Simonyan
Salnikov
llyin
Titschenko
Paramonov
Streltsov
lvanov
Ryjkin
Betsa
Rasinsky
Lev
Anatoly
Mikhail
Boris
lgor
Anatoty
Boris
Anatoly
Nikita
Sergei
Anatoly
Nikolay
Aleksey
Edouard
Valentin
Vladimir
Yosif
Boris
Football
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Mouratov
Chahllne
Azarlan
Tchoukarine
Mouratov
Tchoukarine
Tchoukarine
Mouratov
Azarlan
Titov
Stolbov
Challne
Latynina
Latynina
Manina
Latynina
Mouratova
Kalinina
Astakhova
Yegorova
Valentine
Borls
Albert
Viktor
Valentine
Viktor
Viktor
Valentine
Albert
Youri
Pavel
Boris
Larisa
Larisa
Tamara
Larisa
Sofia
Lydia
Polina
Ludmilla
Gymnastics
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Gymnastics W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Horse vault
Pommelled horse
Rings
Parallel bars
Floor exercises
General
Team
—
—
—
—
—
Horse vault
Individual
Team
—
—
—
—
—
Rybak
Bogdanovsky
Vorobiev
lgor
Fyodor
Arkadi
Weightlifting
—
—
Light-weight
Middle-weight
Middle heavy-weight
Tsalkalamanidze
Soloviev
Vyroubaiev
Kartozia
Nikolaiev
Parfenov
Miriam
Nikolai
Constantine
Guivi
Valentine
Anatoli
Freestyle wrestling
Fly-weight
Greco-Roman wrestling—
—
Bantam-weight
—
Middle-weight
—
Light heavy-weight
—
Heavy-weight
Deriougine
Novikov
Tarassov
lvar
lgor
Alexandre
Modern pentathlon
—
—
Team
—
—
Borissov
Bogdanov
Romanenko
Vassili
Anatoly
Vitaly
Shooting
—
—
Full-bore rifle
Small-bore rifle 3 positions
Running deer
Goloubnitchy
Bolotnikov
Chavlakadze
Rudienkov
Cibulenko
Chevtzova-Lisenko
Press
Krepkina
Ponomareva Romachkova
Ozolina
Press
Vadlmlr
Piotr
Robert
Vassili
Viktor
Ludmilla
lrina
Vera
Nina
Elvira
Tamara
Athletics
—
—
—
—
Athletics W
—
—
—
—
—
20 km. walk
10,000 m.
High jump
Hammer
Javelin
800 m.
80 m. hurdles
Long jump
Discus
Javelin
Shot-put
536
—
Year
Birth
1956
1929
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1924
1932
1928
1930
1930
1933
1932
1926
1925
1931
1926
1925
1937
1934
1930
1929
1933
1928
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1932
1929
1921
1928
1921
1921
1928
1929
1935
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1929
1932
1934
1934
1934
1934
1929
1937
1936
1931
—
—
—
1934
1930
1924
—
—
—
—
—
—
1927
1931
1930
1929
1924
1925
—
—
—
1928
1929
1927
—
—
1922
1931
1926
1960
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1936
1930
1933
1931
1930
1934
1939
1933
1929
1939
1937
Death
Notes
1960
V. Cibulenko
1956-1960-1964
L. Latynina
Vice-President of the Fédération lnternationale de
Gymnastique.
1956 - L. Yachine
—I. N e t t o
1956
E.Dementeva
1956 - Y. Titov
537
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
lvanov
Boreïko
Golovanov
Vlatcheslav
Valentin
Oleg
Rowing
—
—
Sculls
Uncoxed pairs
—
Grigoriev
Oleg
Boxing
Bantam-weight
Makarenko
Geistor
Seredlna
Seredina
Choubina
Sergei
Leonid
Antonlna
Antonina
Maria
Canoeing
—
Canoeing W
—
—
C2 1000 m.
—
K1 500 m.
K2 500 m.
—
Kapitonov
Viktor
Cycling
Individual road race
Filatov
Sergei
Equestrian
Individual
Jdanovltch
Jdanovltch
Slslklne
Svechnlkov
Mldler
Roudov
Gorokhova
Petrenko
Proudhskova
Chichova
Zabellna
Vlktor
Vlktor
Yourl
German
Mark
Youri
Gallna
Tatlana
Valentina
Ludmilla
Alexandra
Fencing
—
—
—
—
Foil
Team foil
—
Chahllne
Chahllne
Azarian
Chahllne
Chahllne
Astakhova
Nikolaeva
Latynlna
Latynlna
Latynlna
Astakhova
Lloukhlna
Mouratova
lvanova Kalinina
Nikolaeva
Borls
Borls
Albert
Borls
Borls
Pollna
Margarita
Larlsa
Larlsa
Larlsa
Polina
Tamara
Sofia
L i d i a
Margarita
Minaiev
Bouchouev
Kourinov
Vorobiev
Vlassov
Evgueni
Viktor
Alexandre
Arkadi
Youri
Weightlifting
—
—
—
Karavaev
Koridze
Bogdan
Oleg
Avtandil
Yvan
Greco-Roman wrestling Bantam-weight
—
Light-weight
—
Heavy-weight
Gustchin
Chambourkin
Aleksei
Viktor
Shooting
Free pistol 50 m.
Small-bore rifle, 3 positions
Pineguine
Choutkov
Timir
Fedor
Yachting
—
Star
—
Brumel
Klim
Press
Press
Press
Valeri
Romuald
Tamara
Tamara
lrina
Athletics
Athletics W
—
—
High jump
Hammer
Discus
Shot-put
Pentathlon
lvanov
Tiurin
Doubrovski
Viatcheslav
Oleg
Boris
Rowing
—
—
Sculls
Double sculls
—
538
Fencing W
—
—
—
—
Gymnastics
—
—
—
Gymnastics W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
dressage
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Horse vault
Pommelled horse
Rings
Parallel bars
General
Asymetrical bars
Horse vault
Floor exercises
General
Team
—
—
—
—
—
Feather-weight
Light-weight
Middle-weight
Middle heavy-weight
Heavy-weight
Year
Birth
1960
—
—
1938
1933
1934
—
1937
—
—
—
—
—
1937
1936
1930
1930
1930
—
1933
—
1926
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1938
1938
1937
1937
1930
1931
1938
1938
1938
1940
1937
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1932
1932
1929
1932
1932
1936
1935
1934
1934
1934
1936
1939
1929
1937
1936
—
—
—
—
—
1933
1933
1934
1924
1935
1974
—
—
—
1936
1935
1928
1966
—
—
1922
1931
—
—
1927
1924
1964
—
—
—
—
1942
1933
1937
1937
1939
—
—
—
1938
1937
1939
Death
Notes
1960
V. Kapitanov
On “Absent”
1956-1960-1964
P. Astakhova
1956-1960-1964
B. Chahline
Legendarv athletics figure - an accident put an
end to his great career.
Cousin of the above mentioned.
1964 - R. Klim
His 3rd skulls title.
539
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Stepashkin
Lagutln
Popenchenko
Stanislav
Boris
Valery
Boxing
—
—
Feather-weight
Light middle-weight
Middle-weight
Khimich
Oschepkov
Chuzhikov
Grishin
Ionov
Morozov
Khvedosiuk
Andrej
Stephan
Nikolai
Anatoli
Viatscheslav
Vladimir
Ludmila
Canoeing
—
—
—
—
Canoeing W
C2 1000 m.
—
K 4 x 500 m.
—
—
—
K1 500 m.
Svechnikov
Sisikine
Midler
Jdanovitch
Mavlikhanov
Asatiani
Rvlsky
Rakita
Kriss
German
Youri
Mark
Viktor
Umar
Nugzar
Yakov
Mark
Grigori
Fencing
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Team foil
—
—
—
Team sabre
—
—
—
Epee
Chahline
Astakhova
Latynina
Latynina
Astakhova
Manina
Volchetskaya
Zamotailova-Lioukhina
Gromova
Boris
Polina
Larisa
Larisa
Polina
Tamara
Elena
Tamara
Ludmila
Gymnastics
Gymnastics W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Horizontal bar
Asymmetrical bars
Floor exercises
Team
—
—
—
—
—
Vakhonine
Plyoukfelder
Golovanov
Jabotinskl
Alexei
Rudolf
Vladimir
Leonide
Weightlifting
—
—
—
Bantam-weight
Light heavy-weight
Middle heavy-weight
Heavy-weight
Medved
lvanitsky
Kolesov
Alexandre
Alexandre
Anatoli
Wrestling
Light heavy-weight
—
Heavy-weight
Greco-Roman wrestling Welter-weight
Prozumentchikova
Galina
Swimming W
200 m. breaststroke
Novikov
Mokeyev
Mineyev
lgor
Albert
Viktor
Modern pentathlon
—
—
Team
—
—
Bugayenkov
Burobin
Tschesnokov
Katscharava
Kalatschikhin
Kovalenko
Lyugaylo
Mondzolevsky
Poyarkov
Sibirakov
Vengerovsky
Voskoboynikov
Yvan
Nikolay
Yuri
Vascha
Valery
Vitaly
Stanislav
Georgy
Yury
Edouard
Yury
Dmitry
Volleyball
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Saneev
Lusis
Viktor
Janis
Athletics
—
Hop step & jump
Javelin
Golubnitchyi
Vladimir
—
20 km. walk
Sass
Timoshlnln
Rowing
—
Double sculls
—
Sokolov
Lagutin
Pordniak
Anatoly
Alexander
Valery
Boris
Dan
Boxing
—
—
Bantam-weight
Light middle-weight
Light heavy-weight
Shaparenko
Morozov
Plnaeva Khvedosluk
Alexander
Vadimir
Ludmila
Canoeing
—
Canoeing W
K2 1000 m.
—
K1 500 m.
540
Year
Birth
1964
—
—
1940
1938
1937
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1937
1934
1938
1939
1940
1940
1936
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1937
1937
1931
1938
1937
1937
1928
1938
1940
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1932
1936
1934
1934
1936
1934
1934
1939
—
1942
—
—
—
—
1935
1928
1938
1938
—
—
—
1937
1937
1938
—
1948
—
—
—
1929
1936
1937
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1938
1937
1933
1937
1939
1934
1938
1934
1937
1941
1938
1941
1968
—
1945
1939
1936
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Death
Notes
1964
G. Prozumentchikova
1956-1964
I. Novikov
Ended her exceptional career in Tokyo.
1964 - A. Vakhonine
Vice-President of the USSR Sports Committee.
Vice-President of the U.I.P.M.B.
1964-1968
B. Lagutin
1935
1948
1946
1938
1939
1946
1940
1936
Vice-President of the USSR Boxing Federation.
1964-1968-1972
A. Medved
541
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Kizimov
Nazlymov
Sidiak
Vinokiurov
Rakita
Ivan
Vladimir
Viktor
Edouard
Mark
Equestrian
Fencing
—
—
—
Dressage
Team sabre
—
—
—
Novlkova
Novlkova
Zabellna
Samusenko Petrenko
Gorokhova
Chirkova
Elena
Elena
Alexandra
Tatlana
Galina
Suetlana
Fencing W
—
—
—
—
—
Foil
Team foil
—
—
—
—
Voronine
Voronine
Kutchlnskaya
Petrik
Wozonina
Kutchinskaya
Petrik
Karassjova
Tourischeva
Burda
Mikhall
Mikhail
Natalia
Larisa
Sinaida
Natalia
Larisa
Olga
Ludmila
Linbov
Gymnastics
—
Gymnastics W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Horse vault
Horizontal bar
Beam
Floor exercises
Team
—
—
—
—
—
Kurentsov
Selitsky
Jabotinski
Viktor
Boris
Leonide
Weightlifting
—
—
Middle-weight
Light heavy-weight
Heavy-weight
Gurevitch
Medved
Rurva
Boris
Alexandre
Roman
Freestyle wrestling
—
—
Middle-weight
Heavy-weight
Feather-weight
Kosykh
Petrov
Grigory
Evgeniy
Shooting
—
Pistol
Clay pigeon
Mankin
Valentln
Yachting
Finn
Sibiryakov
Kravtschenko
Belyayev
Lapinsky
Antropov
Matuschevas
Mikhaltschuk
Poyarkov
Tereschtschuk
lvanov
Bugayenkov
Mondzolevsky
Bouldakova
Mikhailovskava
Lantrotova
Galuschka
Sarytscheva
Ponyayeva
Smoleyeva
Ryskal
Leonlyeva
Salikhova
Vinogradova
Edouard
Valery
Vladimir
Yevgeny
Oleg
Vasilius
Viktor
Yuri
Boris
Vladimir
Yvan
Georgy
Ludmila
Ludmila
Vera
Vera
Tatiana
Tatiana
Nina
lnna
Galina
Roza
Valentina
Volleyball
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Volleyball W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Borzov
Borzov
Tarmak
Saneev
Bondarchuk
Avilov
Bragina
Chizhova
Melnik
Valeri
Valeri
Yuri
Viktor
Anatoli
Nikolai
Liudmila
Nadya
Faina
Athletics
—
—
—
—
—
Athletics W
—
—
100 m.
200 m.
High jump
Hop step & jump
Hammer
Decathlon
1500 m.
Shot-put
Discus
Malishev
Yuri
Rowing
Skulls
542
Year
Birth
1968
—
—
—
—
1928
1945
1943
1942
1938
—
—
—
—
—
—
1947
1947
1937
1938
1938
1945
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1945
1945
1949
1949
1947
1949
1949
1949
1952
1953
—
—
—
1941
1938
1938
—
—
—
1937
1937
1942
—
—
1934
1938
—
1938
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1941
1939
1944
1942
1947
1945
1946
1937
1945
1940
1938
1934
1938
1937
1947
1945
1949
1946
1948
1944
1941
1944
1943
1972
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1946
1946
1946
1945
1940
1948
1943
1945
1945
—
1947
Death
Notes
On “Ihor”.
1968
N. Kutchinskaya
1968-1972 - V. Mankin
1968-1972
E. Novikova
Improved world record again in 1974.
1964-1968
L. Jabotinski
1968-1972
V. Sidiak
1968
V. Saneev
First European to win the 100 m-200 m double.
1972 - N. Avilov
543
Name
Christian Name
sport
Event
Timoshinin
Korshikov
Alexander
Gennadi
Rowing
—
Double sculls
—
Polivoda
Paulauskas
Sakandelidze
Sharmukhamedov
Boloshev
Edeshko
Belov
Korkia
Dvorni
Volnon
Belov
Kovalenko
Anatoly
Modestas
Zurab
Alsham
Aeksander
Ivan
Sergei
Mikhail
Ivan
Gennadi
Aleksander
Sergei
Basketball
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Kousnetsov
Lemechev
Boris
Viatcheslav
Boxing
—
Feather-weight
Middle-weight
Chessyunas
Lobanov
Shaparenko
Gorbachev
Kratassiuk
Filatov
Stezenko
Morozov
Didenko
Ryabchinskaya
Pinayeva
Kuryshko
Vladas
Yuri
Alexander
Nikolai
Viktor
Yuri
Yuri
Vladimir
Valeri
Yukia
Ludmila
Ekaterina
Canoeing
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Canoeing W
—
—
C2
—
K1
K2
—
K4
—
—
—
K1
K2
—
Semenetz
Tselovalnikov
Chouhov
Iardy
Komnatov
Likhachev
Vladimir
Igor
Boris
Valery
Gennady
Valery
Cycling
—
—
—
—
—
Tandem
—
Team 100 km.
—
—
—
Sidiak
Belova Novikova
Zabelina
Gorokhova
Samusenko
Viktor
Elena
Alexandra
Galina
Tajana
Fencing
Fencing W
—
—
—
Sabre
Team foil
—
—
—
Andrianov
Klimenko
Korbut
Korbut
Tourischeva
Tourischeva
Korbut
Lazakovitsh
Burda
Saadi
Koshel
Nikolai
Viktor
Olga
Olga
Liudmila
Liudmila
Olga
Tamara
Liubov
Elvira
Antonina
Gymnastics
—
Gymnastics W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Horse vault
Pommelled horse
Beam
Floor exercises
Individual
Team
—
—
—
—
—
Kirzinov
Talts
Alexeev
Mukharbi
Ian
Vassili
Weightlifting
—
—
Light-weight
Heavy-weight
Super heavy-weight
Onachvili
Givi
Judo
Heavy-weight
Kazakov
Khisamutdinov
Rezantsev
Roshin
Dmitriev
Abdulbekov
Tediashvili
Rustem
Shamil
Valery
Anatoly
Roman
Zagalav
Levan
Graco-Roman
wrestling
—
—
Freestyle wrestling
—
—
57 kg.
68 kg.
90 kg.
Over 110 kg.
48 kg.
62 kg.
82 kg.
544
Year
Birth
1972
—
1949
1948
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1947
1945
1945
1944
1947
1945
1944
1938
1952
1939
1951
1947
—
—
1947
1952
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1940
1952
1946
1948
1949
1948
1945
1940
1946
1947
1936
1949
—
—
—
—
—
—
1950
1944
1947
1948
1949
1947
—
—
—
—
—
1943
1947
1937
1938
1938
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1952
1949
1955
1955
1952
1952
1955
1954
1953
1952
1954
—
—
—
1949
1944
1942
—
1947
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1947
1950
1946
1932
1949
1944
1948
Death
Notes
First basketball title lost by the United States.
1972 - F. Melnik
1972 - V. Lemechev
1973
1972 - L. Burda, E. Saadi, L. Tourischeva,
O. Korbut, A. Koshel, T. Lazakovitsh
1972
A. Paulauskas
1972
Y. Malishev
545
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Yarigin
Medved
Ivan
Alexandr
Freestyle wrestling
—
100 kg.
Over 110 kg.
Vasin
Vladimir
Diving
Springboard
Gulyaev
Akimov
Dreval
Shmudski
Kabanov
Barkalov
Shidlovski
Melnikov
Ossipov
Sobchenko
Vadim
Anatoli
Alexander
Vladimir
Alexander
Alexei
Alexander
Nikolai
Leonid
Vyacheslav
Waterpolo
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Onischenko
Lednev
Shmelev
Boris
Pavel
Vladimir
Modern pentathlon
—
—
Team
—
—
Petushkova
Kizimov
Kalita
Elena
Ivan
Ivan
Equestrian
—
—
Team dressage
—
—
Zhelezniak
Lakov
Shooting
Running boar
Mankin
Dyrdyra
Valentin
Vitalii
Yachting
—
Tempest
—
Bouldakova
Turina
Doviounova Galuschka
Borozna
Sarytcheva
Smoleeva
Tretiakova-Ponyaeva
Salikhova
Ryskal
Koudreva
Leontieva
Gonobobeleva
Ludmila
Lubou
Vera
Ludmila
Tatiana
Nina
Tatiana
Roza
lnna
Natalia
Galina
Tatiana
Volleyball W
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
II. Titles obtained at the Winter Games
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Babitsch
Bobrow
Chlystow
Guryschew
Krylow
Kusin
Kutschewskij
Mkrtschan
Nikiforow
Pantjuchow
Putschkow
Schuwalow
Sidorenkow
Sologubow
Tregubow
Ukolow
Uwarow
Jewgenij
Wsewold
Nikolay
Aleksej
Junig
Valentin
Alfred
Grigori
Viktor
Jurij
Nikolaj
Viktor
Gemich
Nikolaj
lwan
Dimitrij
Alexander
Ice hockey
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
546
Year
Birth
1972
—
1948
1937
—
1947
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1941
1947
1944
1947
1948
1946
1941
1948
1943
1949
—
—
—
1937
1943
1946
—
—
—
1940
1928
1927
—
1941
—
—
1938
1938
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1938
1943
1945
1954
1949
1948
1946
1944
1944
1942
1941
1948
Death
Notes
Olympic champion three times.
1972 - l. Yerigin
1972 - I. Kisimov,
E. Petushkova,
I. Kalita
On “Pepel”.
On “lhor”.
On “Tarif”.
1968-1972 - N. Smoleeva
Year
Birth
Death
1956
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1921
1922
1932
1925
1930
1926
1931
1956
1931
1931
1930
1930
1931
1924
1930
1929
1922
1972
1972
V. Vasin
1972 - N. Melnikov
Notes
1956 - V. Bobrow
547
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Grishin
Grishin
Schilkov
Evgeny
Evgeny
Boris
Speed skating
—
—
500 m.
1500 m.
5000 m.
Terentiev
Koltschin
Anlkin
Kusin
Fjodor
Pawel
Nikolaj
Wladimir
Nordic skiing
—
—
—
4 x 10 km.
—
—
—
Kozyreva Baranowa
Ljubov
Nordic skiing W
10 km.
Grishin
Grishin
Kositchkin
Evgeny
Evgeny
ViKtor
Speed skating
—
—
500 m.
1000 m.
5000 m.
Gusewa
Skoblikowa
Skoblikowa
Clara
Lydia
Lydia
Speed skating W
—
—
1000 m.
1500 m.
3000 m.
Gusakova
Maria
Nordic skiing W
10 km.
Alexandrov
Aljmetov
Dawydof
Firsov
lwanow
Jakuschew
Konowalenko
Kuzkine
Loktew
Maiorow
Maiorow
Petuchow
Ragoulln
Saitsew
saitsew
Starshinow
Wolkow
Veniamine
Alexandre
Vitalij
Anatollj
Eduard
Viktor
Vlktor
Viktor
Constantin
Boris
Evgeny
Stanislas
Alexander
Boris
Oleg
Viateslav
Leonid
Ice hockey
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Melanjin
Vladimir
Biathlon
—
Protopopov
Belousova
Oleg
Ludmila
Figure skating
—
Pairs
—
Skobllkowa
Skobllkova
Skobllkova
Skobllkova
Antson
Lydia
Lydia
Lydia
Lydia
Ants
Speed skating W
—
—
—
—
500 m.
1000 m.
1500 m.
3000 m.
1500 m.
Boyarkich
Boyarkich
Boyarkich
Koltschina
Mekschilo
Claudia
Claudia
Claudia
Alevtyma
Jevdokija
Nordic skiing W
—
—
—
—
5 km.
10 km.
3 x 5 km.
—
—
Alexandrov
Blinov
Davydov
Firsov
lonov
Konowalenko
Vienamine
Viktor
Vitalll
Anatoll
Anatoll
Viktor
Ice hockey
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
548
Year
Birth
1956
—
—
1932
1932
1927
—
—
—
—
1925
1930
1932
1930
—
1929
1960
—
—
1932
1932
1938
—
—
—
1938
1939
1939
—
1931
1964
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1937
1939
1940
1941
1938
1937
1938
1940
1933
1938
1938
1937
1941
1937
1939
1940
1934
—
1933
—
—
1932
1935
—
—
—
—
—
1939
1939
1939
1939
1938
—
—
—
—
—
1939
1939
1939
1930
1931
1968
—
—
—
—
—
1937
1945
1939
1941
1939
1938
Death
Notes
1970
1956-1960 - E. Grishin
1960-1964 - L. Skoblikowa
1964-1968 - L. Blousova — O. Protopopov
1968
549
Name
Christian Name
Sport
Event
Kouzklne
Maiorov
Michakov
Moissev
Poloupanov
Ragouline
Romichevski
Starshinow
Vikoulov
Zaitzev
Zimine
Zinguer
Viktor
Boris
Evguenll
Jurii
Viktor
Alexander
lgor
Viatches
Vladimir
Oleg
Evgenii
Viktor
Ice hockey
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Protopopov
Belousova
Oleg
Ludmila
Figure skating
—
Pairs
—
Titova
Ludmila
Speed skating W
500 m.
Tlkhonov
Pousanov
Mamatov
Goundartsev
Alexander
Nikolai
Viktor
Vladimir
Biathlon
—
—
—
Relay
—
—
—
Beloussov
Vladimir
Nordic skiing
Giant jump
Tretiak
Pachkov
Kouzkine
Davydov
Loutchenko
Tsygankov
Ragouline
Vassiliev
Petrov
Kharlamov
Mikhailov
Firsov
Vikoulov
Maltsev
lakouchey
Chadrine
Blinov
Romichevskii
Michakov
Zimine
Wladislav
Alexander
Viktor
Vitali
Vladimir
Germady
Alexander
Vladimir
Vladimir
Valery
Boris
Anatoli
Vladimir
Alexander
Alexander
Vladimir
Youri
lgor
Evgenii
Evegnii
Ice hockey
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Ulanov
Rodnina
Alexei
lrina
Figure skating
—
Pairs
—
Vedenlne
Voronkov
Skobov
Simachov
Vededine
Vlatcheslav
Vadimir
Youri
Fedor
Viatcheslav
Nordic skiing
—
—
—
—
30 km.
4 x 10 km.
—
—
—
Tikhonov
Safine
Biakov
Mamatov
Alexander
Rimate
Ivan
Viktor
Biathlon
—
—
—
Relay
—
—
—
Koulocava
Koulocava
Koulocava
Olunina
Moukkateva
Galina
Galina
Galina
A.
L.
Nordic skiing W
—
—
—
—
5 km.
10 km.
3x5 km.
—
—
550
Year
Birth
1968
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1940
1938
1941
1940
1946
1937
1940
1940
—
—
1932
1935
—
1946
—
—
—
—
1947
1938
1937
1944
—
1946
1972
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1952
1944
1940
1939
1949
1949
1947
1941
1947
1948
1944
1940
1946
1949
1947
1948
1949
1940
1947
1947
—
—
1947
1949
—
—
—
—
—
1941
1944
1949
1945
1941
—
—
—
—
1947
1940
1944
1937
—
—
—
—
—
1942
1942
1942
1942
1947
1939
1941
1947
Death
1964-1968-1972
A. Firsov
Notes
1964-1968
V. Konowalenko
1972
A. Maltsev
1964-1968
V. Starshinow
1964-1968-1972
A. Ragouline
1972 - G. Koulocava
1972 - I. Rodnina — A. Ulanov
1972 - V. Vedenine
551
Organisation of the USSR NOC
!
Valery Borzov
Composition
In addition to the IOC members for the
USSR, the NOC comprises the Presidents of the national sports federations, the Soviet representatives of the
International Sports Federations, delegates of sports organisations of all
Soviet Republics and the City of Leningrad, specialists in physical education
and sport, scientists and journalists.
Outstanding sportsmen such as Vassili
Alexeiev, Valery Borzov, Michel Voronin, Boris Lagutin, Lev Yachin,
etc. are among the members of the
USSR NOC.
The NOC comprises 122 members.
Michel Voronine
! The Plenary Session constitutes the
supreme authority of the NOC. It is
convened at least once a year. It lays
down the general guidelines for the
activity of the USSR Olympic Committee, and ratifies changes in the
NOC’s composition and charter.
Vassili Alexeiev
! The Executive Committee, responsible for managing the NOC between
plenary sessions, is made up of a President, two Vice-Presidents, a Secretary
General and 21 members, all of whom
are elected for four years by the Plenary
Session. It meets at least once a
month. Its duties consists of:
— keeping in touch with the IOC, National Olympic Committees and
other national and international
sports organisations;
— working out recommendations for
Soviet sports organisations on different problems of the Olympic
movement in accordance with decisions of the Olympic Congresses,
Sessions and meetings of the IOC;
— nominating the USSR Olympic Committee’s representatives to the Organising Committees for the Olympic Games;
552
Lev Yachine
— resolving problems with regard to
the preparation for the Olympic
Games, deciding on the composition of Olympic delegations and
sending the entry forms for the
participation of Soviet sportsmen
to the Organising Committees for
the Olympic Games;
— studying problems connected with
the activities of the USSR sports
federations and of their representa-
!
Financing of the USSR NOC
Financing of the USSR NOC is ensured
by Soviet public organisations and a
sports lottery.
S. Pavlov
N. Kurdjukov
tives within the International Sports
Federations, and organising conferences with the representatives
of USSR sports federations with
regard to their work within the
international organisations;
— setting up commissions from among
the USSR Olympic Committee members and voluntary personalities, to
work out different problems of the
Olympic movement.
! Members of the Executive Committee,
elected at the plenary assembly on
15th December 1971 (with corrections
approved by the Plenary Session on
19th December 1973):
PT: Mr. Constantin Andrianov*, IOC
member; VPTs: Mr. Vitaly Smirnov*,
IOC member, and Mr. Nikolai Riachentsev; SG: Mr. Nikolai Kurdiukov; M S :
Messrs. Valentin Alekhin, Gleb Baklanov, Viktor Burov, Aidar Valiakhmetov,
Boris Gontcharov, Mrs. Nina Graevskaya, Messrs. Valentin Granatkin,
Constantin Jarov, Nikolai Kisselev, Vladimir Koval, Alexei Kouprianov, Nikolai Lubomirov, Nikolai Nikiforov-Denissov, Sergei Pavlov, Nikolai Sychev,
Vladimir Sawine, Nikolai Semachko,
Alexander Sereda, Zakhariy Firsov,
Leonid Khomenkov, Yuri Matayev.
Members of the Committee are mainly
representatives of the national Olympic
federations.
Federations affiliated to the USSR
NOC
At the present time, the NOC comprises all Olympic federations, as well
as the Soviet federations of mountaineering, tennis, chess, sports medicine, sports cinema and television,
sports press and radio.
Leaders of the following federations
take part in the work of the USSR
NOC’s Plenary Sessions:
1 . Mountaineering
2 . Basketball
3 . Boxing
4 . Wrestling
5 . Judo and sambo
6 . Cycling
7 . Water-polo
8 . Volleyball
9 . Gymnastics
10. Alpine skiing
11. Speed skating
12. Rowing
13. Canoeing
14. Equestrian events
15. Athletics
16. Skiing
17. Yachting
18. Swimming
19. Diving
20. Handball
21. Luge
22. Modern pentathlon
23. Shooting
24. Tennis
25. Weightlifting
26. Table tennis
27. Fencing
28. Figure skating
29. Football
30. Ice hockey
31. Field hockey
32. Chess
33. Sports medicine
34. Sports press and radio
35. Sports cinema and television
553
THE USSR NOC AND OLYMPISM
!
Publications of the USSR NOC
Olympic information takes up a large
part of Soviet press space. More than
30 sports publications are produced
1962. 59th IOC Session in Moscow. The at present in the Soviet Union. Their
IOC Executive Board also met in total circulation exceeds 8,000,000 copies, the most important being the “SoMoscow, in 1971.
vietski Sport” newspaper. The monthly
magazine “Sport in the USSR” is pu! Olympic Awards obtained
blished in six editions: French, English,
German, Hungarian, Russian and Spanish.
Olympic Diploma
! IOC Session held in the USSR
— By Mr. Nikolai Romanov*, 37th recipient in 1962, chief of USSR physical education and sport at that
time.
Bonacossa Trophy
— In 1955, attributed to the USSR
Olympic Committee for its magnificent demonstration of physical
education at the Moscow Sports
Parade in 1954. It was the first
time that this cup was donated.
!
Olympic Day
The All-Union Day of Sportsmen has
been celebrated annually since 1939,
on the second Saturday of August.
During the holiday and its preparation,
considerable attention is paid to propagating Olympic ideas.
!
Protection of the Olympic emblems
The Soviet economic system excludes
any possibility of using the Olympic
emblems for commercial purposes.
The Olympic emblems can be used in
the Soviet Union with the permission
of the USSR NOC solely for spreading
the Olympic movement and its ideas.
!
International Olympic Academy
Delegations of the USSR NOC have
taken part in the Academy’s work since
1973.
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Articles on the results of the Sessions
and Executive Board meetings, on the
preparation for the Olympic Games
and on the activities of the USSR
NOC’s Praesidium appear regularly in
the publications mentioned above.
!
USSR Olympic Bibliography
More than 700 books on sport are
published annually in the USSR. The
entire circulation of all the works
exceeds 14,000,000 copies. Of course,
many of them have an Olympic theme.
Among the authors we would mention
the Olympic champions Vladimir Kuts,
Yevgeni Grishin, Leonid Jabotinski,
Vsevolod Bobrov and others.
The most recent are:
1964: V. Novoskoltsev. Interlaced Rainbow. Sketches on Coubertin.
1967: N. Liubomirov. Soviet Sport and
the Olympic Movement (96 p.).
1967: M. Chichiguin. Road to Olympus
(480 p.).
1968: R. Alexeiev. International Olympic
Movement.
1968: S. Pavlov. XIX Olympiad: Hopes,
Results, Problems (64 p.).
SPORT IN THE USSR
1970: V. Sawine. Modern Olympic Movement.
1971: B. Hawine. 500 Questions and
Answers about Olympic Games (176 p.).
1971: M. Chichiguin. Heroes of White
Olympiads (156 p.).
1973: Olympic Odyssey (an anthology)
(184 p.).
1973: A. Romanov. International Sports
Movement (255 p.).
1973: International Sports and Tourist
Organisations (an anthology) (328 p.).
1973: S. Pavlov: Olympic Year: Results,
Experience, Prospects (64 p.).
1973: V. Sawine. Results of the 1972
Winter Olympiad (48 p.).
1974: Olympic Constellation (an anthology) (270 P.).
1974: B. Hawine. All About the Olympic Games (575 p.).
A special Olympic Encyclopaedia was
edited in 1970, with 352 pages, written
to give the readers all the necessary
information about the modern Olympic
movement. Besides, a series of articles
on the Olympic movement was included in the 3rd edition of the Big
Soviet Encyclopaedia. Its total circulation is about 650 thousand copies.
As a part of its functions, the USSR
Olympic Committee collaborates with
other organisations which are concerned with the problems of physical
culture and sport.
Other sports governing bodies
— The USSR State Committee for physical culture and sport under the
Council of Ministers of, the USSR;
— Committees for physical culture and
sport of Union Republics and
Moscow and Leningrad;
— The all-union council of tradesunion voluntary sports societies:
— The sports committee of the USSR
Ministry of Defence;
— Voluntary sports societies: “Bourevestnik”, “Vodnik”, “Dinamo”, “Zenit”, “Lokomotiv”, “Spartak”, “Troudovye Rezervy”, “Trud”;
— The all-union scientific research
institute of physical culture;
— “Fizkultura i Sport” publishing
house;
— The newspaper “Sovietski Sport”,
etc.
Delegates of these organisations are
members of the USSR NOC’s Plenary
Sessions.
The formation of sports leaders
247,875 coaches or sports teachers can
be accounted for in the USSR. Every
year about 20,000 newly qualified specialists come to work in USSR sports
organisations. 23 institutes of physical
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The Lenin Stadium in Moscow.
education, 3 institutes of scientific
research, 84 physical education faculties, 10 coaches’ schools, 4 physical education teaching schools and 74
departments of physical education in
teaching schools were established for
their preparation. Sports competitions
are served by 3,484,000 judges or
referees.
Sport at school
Teaching programmes in schools envisage 2 hours a week for lessons of
physical culture and sport, and in the
institutes and universities—4 hours a
week. While learning theory of physical culture and sport students acquire
knowledge on the history and development of the modern Olympic movement.
Sports which draw the biggest crowds
Football and ice hockey.
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Sports Installations in the USSR
According to the most recent figures,
we enumerate the following:
3,126 stadia for more than 1,500 spectators.
55,596 gymnasia.
1,179 swimming pools, including 596
indoor (61 of 50 m.).
8,691 ski centres.
124,986 sports grounds.
Sports experiencing the greatest
developments
Athletics, volleyball, skiing, football
and basketball. 45,967,000 sportsmen
practise a sport of one sort or another
in 214,405 sports clubs in the country.
THE USSR AND THE IFS
Alexei Romanov
The Soviet delegates take an active
part in the functions of the IFS a n d
thus many of them are elected to the
executive bodies. The following hold
at present the office of Vice-President:
A. Medvedev (weightlifting), I. Novikov
(modern pentathlon), Y. Titov (gymnastics), Z. Firsov (swimming), V. Krivtsov (handball), N. Semashko (basketball), V. Granatkin (football), V. Sawine (volleyball), Y. Kabanov (rowing),
A. Golianitski (fencing), A. Kouprianov
(cycling), N. Nikiforov-Denisov (boxing),
V. Andreyev (skiing), N. Kisselev
(sports press).
IOC member for the USSR from 1952
to 1971 and since then honorary
member.
Born on 16th October 1904 in Kabarda
(Caucausus). From 1920 onwards, he
constantly practised sport, physical
education, riding, luge and all sorts
of sports. For a long time he was
classed among the best athletes of his
country. Professor of physical education, he headed towards teaching and
naturally towards the leadership of
clubs of which he was a member. His
career after that time became exceptional in several fields. Mr. Romanov
was the holder of a professorship in
physical education in several of the
Soviet Union’s Institutes, President of
the State Committee of Soviet Russia,
Deputy Minister for Russian Health,
Vice-President of the Council for the
Sports Union’s duties, editor-in-chief
of a magazine on the practical theory
of physical culture.
Stop press: Mr. Nikiforov — Denisov was
elected President of the AIBA on 25th September 1974.
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
Constantin Andrianov
IOC member for the USSR since 1951,
since when he has also presided over
the USSR NOC. Born on 16th February
1910 in Moscow. Graduated from the
University of Moscow (History Faculty).
He headed various youth organisations, and was elected several times
as Deputy of the Moscow City Soviet.
He took an active part in the sports
movement as leader of the Moscow
City Committee for physical culture
and sport and President of the USSR
Football Federation. From 1941 to 1958
he worked as Deputy Chairman of the
USSR Sports Committee. In 1951 he
was one of the creators of the USSR
NOC and was elected to the IOC after
the recognition of the NOC which he
presided. He has been a member of
the Executive Board since 1962 and
assumed the duties of Vice-President
between 1966 and 1970. He has published a considerable number of articles on the problems of the Olympic
movement. He has 8 awards of the
USSR Government and 4 awards of
foreign States.
Vitaly Smirnov
IOC member for the USSR since 1971.
Born on 14th February 1935 in Khabarovsk. Graduated with honours from
the Central Institute of Physical Culture as a teacher of physical education and from the University of Social
Sciences in Moscow. He headed various youth and sports organisations,
and was repeatedly elected Deputy of
the Moscow City Soviet. Since 1970
he has been Deputy Chairman of the
USSR Sports Committee. Practised
swimming, water polo, tennis, and was
USSR water polo champion. He was
elected member of the national swimming federation and President of the
water polo federation. Since 1969 he
has been Vice-President of the USSR
NOC. Member of the IOC Commission
on the Olympic programme. Has 3
awards of the USSR Government. Has
published a number of articles on the
problems of physical education, sport
and the Olympic movement.
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