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I am Arthur Chidlovski. I was born in Moscow, Russia, and for the last 25 years, have lived in Boston, MA. I am a Soviet sports historian and an award-winning documentary filmmaker who recently contributed and appeared on NBC's "The Cold War on Ice" and HBO's "Broad Street Bullies". Chidlovski Blog Chidlovski was originally started in 2009 at the Livejournal network in Russian. In Spring of 2015, the blog moved to Chidlovski.Net. Main areas of blog publications are History of Sports (primarily, hockey and olympic weightlifting), Photography, Filmmaking, Web Design and Development, Information Technology and more listed in the tags area.
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