Walt’s plane had engine trouble and landed at a remote city in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia. It turned out that Russian athletes trained there. Their remote location prevented distractions.
As an Olympic weightlifter, Walt asked for a tour. He soon realized the athletes had been remotely located for too long.
Coach Yvgeny walked beside him saying, “Our athletes might be intimidated. Don’t worry.”
The 6’5″ and solidly muscled Walt sighed, “I’m used to my size intimidating people. I’m an athlete too.”
“You are athlete?” Yvgeny looked disappointed. “I meant they never meet Americans.”
They walked into a brick building. “The accusations of doping are ridiculous. Come! Meet Dominika.”
Walt felt his draw drop at the stunning woman before him. She stood nearly 7-feet tall. Her muscular arms were the size Walt’s huge legs.
“You’re a weightlifter?” squeaked Walt.
“Ach! No,” blushed Dominika. “I am wimp, like you. I am Competitive Basket Weaver.”
Written for What Pegman Saw: https://whatpegmansaw.com/2017/12/30/what-pegman-saw-talnakh-krasnoyarsk-krai-russia/
Russia’s top athlete for Olympic Competitive Ice Sculpture. She told our correspondent from Momus News, “I am dainty girly-girl. I like beading necklaces with used engine blocks.”:
This reminds me of back in the 80s when the East German women were so powerfully built they could’ve snapped a man’s neck with their nostrils.
Russia has been banned from the Olympics in 2018 for doping their athletes: