Georgia: Rugby Revenge Against Russia Provides Fleeting Satisfaction

During the Soviet era, international athletic competition was often seen as an extension of politics. Fans exuded a similar vibe during a recent rugby contest between the Georgian and Russian national teams in Tbilisi.

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Paul Rimple is a freelance reporter based in Tbilisi. Justyna Mielnikiewicz is a freelance photojournalist also based in Tbilisi.

Georgia: Rugby Revenge Against Russia Provides Fleeting Satisfaction

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