The coin is issued for the Summer Olympic games in Moscow in 1980. Total circulation - 221640 PCs (of which 95 420 in Proof quality, the rest Uncirculated). Both versions also exist with the mark of the Moscow mint
The obverse of the coin is divided into two parts (upper approximately in 2 times more low). Each piece is framed with a solid line. In the upper part of the emblem of the USSR of the sample of 1956 with 15 bands of the tape (number of republics). The coat of arms is simplified and has no inscriptions on the ribbon. Left and right of the emblem there is an inscription "СССР" divided into two parts ("СС"and "СР". The letters are arranged in a semicircle, skirting the crest. At the bottom of the obverse in the middle is the denomination - a large number "10" underneath in smaller font the word "РУБЛЕЙ"
In the foreground of the reverse shows two brusis athlete, followed by the award ceremony of the winner. In the left part of the figure is the emblem of the Olympics-80. In the lower part of the field of coins of the Tuvan national pattern. Under the pattern on the right is the mint mark (LMD - Leningrad). At the top along the rim, a semicircular inscription stretches "ИГРЫ XXII ОЛИМПИАДЫ" below along the rim inscriptions: "МОСКВА"and "1980", separated by dots. In the lower part of the field of the coin in the middle near Kant indicated the year of coinage - "1980".
On the front and back parts of the coin along the circumference has a raised rim.
Khuresh is the national form of the struggle of the Tuvinians, although this sport was known in ancient Mesopotamia. The event is held outdoors, athletes trying to knock each other to the ground with belts. Pairs are determined by drawing of lots or otherwise, the winners in the pairs compete with each other, and so on, until there is only one winner.