The Polish team make strong scientific preparations for the 1952 Olympics.
Full title reads: "Olympics Pointer? East Ready For Battle - Of Sport".
Poland. The Polish team make strong scientific preparations for the 1952 Olympics.
CU Legs running on roller strip pan up to man running wearing oxygen mask. SV Front view man running on rollers wearing oxygen mask. CU Doctor watching instruments. CU Instrument. CU Feet running on roller. CU Athlete wearing oxygen mask. GV Elevated lecturer instructing class on gymnastics. LV Students listening to lecturer. CU Two male students. SV Lecturer. CU Man and women students. GV Pupils studying in anatomy class. SV Instructor and pupils around replica of human body. He hands heart to girl. SV Woman instructor demonstrating to students movements of leg joints. SV Man lying on bed with tube in mouth. Doctors noting reaction of instruments. CU Instrument. MV Girl lying in hoop is rocked by medical assistant. SV Girl lying in hoop upside down and wearing mask. CU Doctor looking at metronome and other instruments. LV Athletes running out of college. LV Girls doing gymnastics in college ground. MV Girls in ju-jitsu class rush across mat at each other. SV One girl throws other. She gets up and attacks other girl. Both roll over on the ground. LV Teacher instructing boys on discus throwing. SV Instructor throwing discus. LV Instructor showing girls how to start running. MV Pan line of girls start running. GV Line of men hurling javelins into ground. MV Back view boys in gymnasium rise and walk towards wall bars. SV Boys doing handstand against wall bars. MV Athlete jumping over horse. MV Towards and pan athlete jumping over horse. SV Audience. GV Athlete by mat, doing handstand supported by two other men. They roll forward. MV Gymnast performing on horizontal bar. GV Audience applauding. MV Pawel Gaca, male champion gymnast of Poland, performing on parallel bars. SV Pawel Gaca performing. CU Pawel Gaca lands on mat.
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