Russian fallout goes Real 2

44 Fall Out for Real

Fall Out for Real

There are a lot of fans of "Fallout" game across the world. In Russia this electronic entertainment piece is widely recognized too. Sometimes the anticipation to game goes so strong that devoted people are trying to transfer the gameplay to real life, stating that some Russian abandoned locations are a perfect fit for an image of "New California" after it was bombed by nuclear missiles. Brothers of steel,
rangers, peaceful citizens, raiders and many others are those who you can meet if to visit one of those locations. "Game is so attractive when it's played for real that sometimes you even forget that this is the game", says one of the participants. "Especially if you try to keep the quality of the costumes and everything as much high and close to the game as possible", he adds.
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Russian girl

33 Fitness Champion [updated]

Fitness Champion [updated]

Maria is not a regular Russian girl. She
is world champion of fitness.
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Russian gym in forest
15 Forest Gym

Forest Gym

Doing sports on fresh air is so fun. Guys have
found a working gym somewhere in Russian woods.
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Russian Mountains near Murmans, Hibini Mountains
20 Hibini Mountains

Hibini Mountains

We have mentioned some time ago the abandoned cities of Kola Peninsula, left by people and Russian army, now standing alone with only severe Northern winds inhabiting them. This place is also on Kola Cape, but they got
better fate. One of the reasons for this is because of the Hibini mountains, which got this region a travel twist. Now around some abandoned Soviet structures one can use the ski lifts and skiing trace.
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Russian cars racing in Soviet times
45 Soviet Racing

Soviet Racing

There are some countries where is racing is banned at all. In such countries they don't have racing teams or competitions simply for that reason. In Soviet Union, the place where a lot of stuff was banned, they still had races held and available for general public to visit the racing and there were sport sections training young men from early age for becoming a race driver. Maybe the biggest difference between Soviet race and race from other world was the absense of commercial stickers on the cars. In Soviet Russia they didn't have any competition since all commerce belonged to the state and all the goods were manufactured by state - so there
was no reason to advertise anything, so racing cars were clear - just with numbers on them, and sometimes the name of the team. Also there were no foreign car makes participating in Soviet Russia races, only the serial cars manufactured in USSR. There were no any V8 or V6 engines, no turbos or compressors - just plain 1.0 liter small passenger cars that were sold to Soviet people colored in some racing colors. Though sometimes the enthusiasts of racing made some tuning by themselves sitting late evenings in their garages to get one or two more horsepower from 60 horsepower engines of Lada.
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17 Uzbek Football

Uzbek Football

Football (soccer) training
of Uzbekistan national team.
Russian sport fans
32 Fans and Police

Fans and Police

Russian sport fans are
quarelling with police.
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18 Russian Jedi Skating

Russian Jedi Skating

This Russian skater decided to make some not usual
performance while on the contest in Japan.
Russian hockey players 1


19 Russian Hockey Cards

Russian Hockey Cards

Remember those small cards you probably enjoyed collecting in the childhood with some random football, hockey or maybe golf
players photos on them? Thanks to the Soviet Government Russia kids of 70s also had the possibility enjoying this fun.
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Russian Boxer Valuev 1


23 Boxer in the Accident

Boxer in the Accident

Russian celebrity boxers also get into car accidents. This time Nikolai Valuev, famous Russian boxer got into road accident in his native city
St.Petersburg, Russia. People say that the guy who caused the accident could not open his mouth after finding out whose car he crashed.
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