The obverse of the coin in the upper part of the disc - the coat of arms of the USSR of the sample of 1956: the hammer and sickle on a globe, beneath the rising sun, at the top a five-pointed star; the sides of the ears of corn, tied with fifteen turns of the tape, the lower stage is much wider, symbolizes the RSFSR (the rest of the coils - the other republics). Under the arms the full width of the coin there is an inscription "СССР" below is the value: a large stylized number "1" under which a semicircle along the edge to the floor "РУБЛЬ" even the small numbers below the year of issue "1991".
The reverse of the coin in the foreground is a modern javelin thrower at the moment of throw, the left placed a little picture of the Cathedral Sagrada Familia in Barcelona - the famous creation of Gaudi's. In the background in the right part of the coin field - idealized the ancient Greek javelin thrower, made the pattern on an antique vase, underneath on the right is the Greek national ornament. The bottom semi-circle along the rim the inscription: "БАРСЕЛОНА 1992" also on the left semi-circle: "XXV ОЛИМПИАДА"
The obverse and reverse of the coin features the speaker on the circumference of the piping.
Date of issue: December 12, 1991, refers to a series of 6 coins with the image of summer sports.
The Artist: A.V. Baklanov.
The Sculptor: S. M. Ivanov.
The coin was issued only in the collection performance Proof-like edition of 250 thousands pieces.
XXV summer Olympic games 1992 took place from 25 July to 9 August in the Spanish city of Barcelona. The competition was attended by 169 countries, including the United team of athletes from the former Soviet Union (Russia had not yet formed). The USSR was traditionally occupied by the number of awards and the overall first place, and the host country Spain - the sixth. The competitions in 32 sports.
The javelin throw is a traditional Olympic sport, which appeared in ancient times. In ancient times the ability to throw a spear meant survival on the battlefield, so this was not only for pleasure, but in connection with necessity.