Vladislav Tretiak's Olympic gold medals are on display at the international Russia exhibition

Vladislav Tretiak, the president of the Russian Ice Hockey Federation (RIHF), was a guest of honour at the opening ceremony of the Walk of Fame exhibition at the VDNKh park in Moscow concerning sporting achievements.

Tretiak donated a number of personal awards for display at the exhibition including his three gold medals from the 1972, 1976 and 1984 Olympic Games.

Vladislav Tretiak is one of the most successful athletes in the history of our country. As a player, the current RIHF president became a three-time Olympic champion, a 10-time world champion and a nine-time European champion. Furthermore, as a member of the USSR national team, Tretiak won the 1979 Challenge Cup and the 1981 Canada Cup. He is recognised as the best ice hockey player of the 20th century and is included in the symbolic team of the century.

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