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Asami Are Not Born

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Abstract
The film is dedicated to athletes of aerobatic sports. Part 1 City of Moscow. Deputy Commander of the Air Force of the Moscow Military District, ace pilot, participant of the Great Patriotic War, Three times Hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Nikitovich Kozhedub speaks about the love of Soviet youth for aviation sports, about the absolute world champions in aerobatics Igor Yegorova and Svetlana Savitskaya (sync.). The design engineer, who organized and headed the group of light aircraft for the creation of sports and acrobatic aircraft YAK-18 PM, YAK-18 PS, one of the creators of light aircraft, jet passenger aircraft Sergey Aleksandrovich Yakovlev speaks about aviation athletes as courageous and strong people, about colossal loads on the pilot while performing aerobatics (sync., behind the scenes). View of the airfield in Tushino and standing sports aircraft YAK-18. Honored Master of Sports of the USSR, test pilot, captain of the USSR national aerobatic team, absolute world champion Igor Nikolaevich Yegorov at the airport during training flights of the national team athletes, including a student of the Moscow Aviation Institute, test pilot, absolute world champion Svetlana Evgenievna Savitskaya and two-time national champion Svetlana Podolyak. Honored coach of the USSR, coach of the USSR national aerobatic team Kasum Guseinovich Nazhmudinov oversees the training; heads a meeting on the analysis of the technicality of performing aerobatics. View of London newspapers from July 25, 1970, where Igor Egorov was named "the strongest pilot on the planet" after the VI World Aerobatics Championship. Photos in the newspaper: presentation of the Aresti Cup to Igor Egorov; athletes of the USSR national aerobatic team at the 6th World Championships in London. Part 2 The city of Oryol. Deputy Chairman of the Central Committee of DOSAAF (Voluntary Society for Assistance to the Army, Aviation and Navy), Lieutenant General of Aviation, Hero of the Soviet Union Anton Dmitrievich Yakimenko welcomes the participants in international aerobatics competitions. Athletes of the USSR national aerobatic sports team preparing for the competition under the supervision of the team coach Kasum Huseynovich Nazhmudinov. Student of the Moscow Aviation Institute, test pilot, absolute world champion Svetlana Evgenievna Savitskaya at the plane. Speech by two-time national champion Svetlana Podolyak. The absolute world champion, captain of the USSR national team Igor Nikolaevich Egorov on the airfield; observes the performances of athletes. The plane I.N. Egorova in the air. Competitors: Richard Kasperek from Poland, Monika Schoesser from the GDR, Orlita Radek from Czechoslovakia at the airplanes; talk about the professionalism, skill of a real athlete Igor Nikolaevich Egorov.
Director
S. Goltsman
Color
B&W
Film ID
32451
Keywords
poland
, great britain)
, czechoslovakia
, air transport
, foreign countries (gdr
, international competitions
, air sport
Meterage
582,9
Number of Parts
2
Operators
A. Mironova
Other Creators
scriptwriter V. Sokolnikov, sound engineer M. Ostashevsky, assistant cameraman V. Pavlov, assistant director for editing T. Chistyakova, editor V. Tikhomirov
Release Date
1971
Sound
Has Sound

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