It is 100 years since Russia won its first ever Olympic gold medal. On October 29, 1908, a young man named Nikolay Panin-Kolomenkin triumphed in the figure skating competition at the London Olympics. It was a performance that was to change the course of ice skating forever.
Do you like figure skating? Have you ever try to do it?
Best wishes and let’s thing positively about winter what is coming soon, Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
We continue our series of Muslim Magomaev. There are some people on YouTube whose new videos I publish always. One of such people is Vostorgina01.
She wrote: On 25 October, Muslim Magometovich Magomaev, one of the most loved Russian pop and opera singers died. There is no Russian alive who has not heard his artistry and loves it.
I did not wish to make a “sad” tribute to Muslim Magometovich, for it would not be what he would wish. This song is in honour of our Russian sportsmen and coaches. It is the sort of positive message that he always sent. He was never a distant celebrity or a disconsolate brooder. Let us do the same.
God give you rest, Muslim Magometovich, you enriched our lives so much.
Spare a prayer for the soul of a great man today, if you would.
Today we celebrate 90 anniversary of Komsomol! Komsomol (Russian: Комсомол) is a syllabic abbreviation word, from the Russian Kommunisticheskiy Soyuz Molodiozhi (Коммунистический союз молодёжи), or “Communist Union of Youth”. The organization was established on October 29, 1918. Since 1922 the full official name in Russian was Vsesoyuzny Leninskiy Kommunisticheskiy Soyuz Molodyozhi (VLKSM) (Всесоюзный Ленинский Коммунистический Союз Молодёжи (ВЛКСМ) English: All-Union Leninist Young Communist League). [Wikipedia]
This video we dedicated to this date! (Song “Love, Komsomol and spring”, 1978 Composer: A. Pakhmutova Lyrics: N.Dobronravov)
“And with us for all season – Love, komsomol and spring!”
Long Live Komsomol – Our Youth, Our Great Ideas and Ideals!
Best wishes, Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
Today I’ll try to show you something new — Yesterday morning I walked with our dog Boza in the small forest near our home. I had my camera and now I can tell you this little sweet story about our walk ;).
I wish you have your camera always ready — there are so many interesting things around! Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle
These two videos are made by Chelita. I am republishing them to let you feel how it was there! 😉 That’s so incredible to find such friends (in Internet by the way), and they became our second family (parents). The old lady in the first video is Chelita’s mother she is 96 years old!
We wish you such friends like Chelita and Misha, Russian Video from Russia Svet and Kyle