On December 29-30, the Avangard youth team played on the home ice in the children’s hockey center at the Blinov JCC two matches with the Nizhnekamsk Reactor. The first match ended in a confident victory for Omsk 5: 2, and the second match will tell a little more.
It took less than a day between games and it was difficult for both opponents to fully recover. But both were here on an equal footing. Continue reading
In synchronized swimming, Russian athletes are always at their best. Even at the Olympics in Athens (2004), when in the finals of the group tournament the music of our athletes Ermakova and Davydova were turned off twice, they still took first place.
Water ballet (the original name of synchronized swimming) is quite a young sport, it appeared only in the 20s of the last century in Canada and very quickly gained popularity in other countries. For a long time (since 1948) synchronized swimming was only an indicative sport, and only in 1984 it was included in the main program – solo performances and a duet. Continue reading