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A baseball dating back to the 12th century has been unearthed in one of Russia's oldest cities.
St. Petersburg saw over 2,000 attendees at its stand-up-paddleboard (SUP) festival this year, many in costume and with pets in tow.
Russian lawmakers seek to boost the economy – and citizens' heart rates – by providing vouchers for workout classes.
This week, Russia's government grapples with the ins-and-outs of distance learning, the Ministry of Economic Development is nonplussed by the effects of coronavirus, and we know what side of the bread a shipbuilder's head's butter is on.
A swimming pool for the disabled is set to be built in an unorthodox location.
This week: soccer games return, cultural events go online, and an 11-year-old girl makes us all look like pansies.
A wrap up of the news and news-like items from in and around Russia.
Authorities in Krasnoyarsk want to put the Siberian city's best face forward for March's Universiade sporting event, while covering up local pollution and snow-deficit issues. Residents are having none of it.
Russian Life Sports Editor Mikhail Ivanov was interviewed by Radio Canada (in French) in the aftermath of the US-Russia hockey match on February 15. Listen to the audio here.
Life without humor is dull. And that is even true when it comes to sports. Here at the Olympics, one cannot be exclusively focused on “ochki, goly, sekundy” (points, goals,seconds). So, time to look at the lighter side of things in Sochi.
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