ANATOLI TARASOV PDF

When Tarasov began coaching in the early s, Canada was the premier team in international hockey. Tarasov studied the highly physical Canadian style of play and combined it with the finesse of Russian hockey, creating a unique blend of skill and aggressiveness. His methods proved highly effective as his teams dominated competition, winning 18 national titles and 11 European championships. At the Games in Innsbruck, Austria, the Soviet team, led by Tarasov, went undefeated to capture the gold medal.

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When Tarasov began coaching in the early s, Canada was the premier team in international hockey. Tarasov studied the highly physical Canadian style of play and combined it with the finesse of Russian hockey, creating a unique blend of skill and aggressiveness. His methods proved highly effective as his teams dominated competition, winning 18 national titles and 11 European championships. At the Games in Innsbruck, Austria, the Soviet team, led by Tarasov, went undefeated to capture the gold medal.

Four years later, at the Olympics in Grenoble, France, the Soviets lost their first game since However, under the fiery leadership of Tarasov, the team defeated the Canadians 5—0 to win the title. At the Games in Sapporo, Japan, the Soviets repeated as champions, though controversy surrounded their victory as Canada refused to compete, claiming that the Soviet Union and other European countries used professional athletes.

Tarasov, who coached for some 30 years, retired soon after the Olympics. He wrote numerous books that detailed his coaching method. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. Subscribe today Learn More in these related Britannica articles:.

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Before then, the most popular ice sport in Russia and the Soviet Union was bandy , a sport similar to field hockey, but played on ice. The Russian style of hockey, with its emphasis on skating skill, offense and passing, is still heavily influenced by bandy. He was named coach of the Soviet national team in , a post he held until He was then an assistant coach of Soviet national team to Arkady Chernyshev from until When hockey was introduced in the USSR, Tarasov, like the rest of the nation, fell in love with the game.

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