Caption: "Master of Sport of USSR"
Get ready for that 10K run across Vladivostok or take it slow in your backyard—these joggers are sure to make you feel comfortable either way.
• 60% cotton, 40% polyester pre-shrunk fleece
• 1x1 rib cuffs with spandex for stretch and recovery
• Elastic waistband with external drawcord
• Contrast drawcord and side pockets (all body colors include charcoal gray contrast detailing except black heather, which has black)
• Lower rise on the front, longer rise on the backside
• Pilling-resistant & tapered leg
• Shipped from USA
The Unified Sports Classification System of the USSR (Russian: Единая Всесоюзная спортивная классификация) was a document which provided general Soviet physical education system requirements for both athletes and coaches.
As of the 1970s, there were following ranks for athletes of the USSR (listed in descending order of value):
Merited Master of Sport of the USSR = international champion who has made valuable contributions to the sport
Master of Sport of the USSR, International Class = international champion
Master of Sport of the USSR = national champion
Candidate for Master of Sport of the USSR = nationally ranked player
First-Class Sportsman = regional champion
Second-Class Sportsman= state champion
Third-Class Sportsman = city champion
First-Class Junior Sportsman
Second-Class Junior Sportsman
Third-Class Junior Sportsman
Each of these titles was awarded only for results on the official competitions. Athletes who qualified for the rank were awarded a badge with serial number.
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