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After a coma and amputations: the condition of figure skating hero Kostomarow gives hope


After amputations on his hands and feet, there seems to be good news for Roman Kostomarow at the moment. After the drama about the figure skater, there are signs of improvement.

After amputations on his hands and feet, there seems to be good news for Roman Kostomarow at the moment.

After the drama about the figure skater, there are signs of improvement.

Moscow – Roman Kostomarov's fate moves the world.

The health of the former figure skating star has been followed by bad news in recent weeks after reports of foot and hand amputations.

The life of the 46-year-old Russian hung in the balance, even by a thread.

Now there seems to be hope again after the drama about the Russian ice dancer.

After the news circulated around the world that the figure skater had woken up from his coma, the Russian news agency


reported that there was probably more hope for the former Olympic champion Kostomarov.

Drama about figure skating star: Roman Kostomarov talks to his wife

After waking up from his coma, Kostomarov seems to be on the mend a bit.

According to


, the former figure skater, who fought for his life for a long time, is now able to communicate with his relatives.

Due to the cautiously positive development, his wife, Oksana Domnina in particular, should be relieved.

She did not leave the side of the Russian figure skating star and Olympic champion in ice dancing in Turin in 2006 in his most difficult hour.

In order to avoid all the hustle and bustle surrounding her husband and still visit him in the hospital, Kostomarov's wife disguised herself as a nurse to avoid being recognized.

Furthermore, it is not known whether the two children, daughter Anastasia and son Ilya, visited their father.

Roman Kostomarow's current state of health remains critical: figure skater responds to therapies

Although Roman Kostomarov may be on the mend, his current health condition remains critical.

The question of whether the Olympic champion will ever be able to go back on the ice remains in the background.

For now, the good news is that the Olympic hero, after waking up from the coma, may be able to move again and the therapies are also working.

Nevertheless, the Russian Olympic champion is far from over the mountain, as another amputation of the left hand seems to be in the room.

There, more fingers are causing the doctors concern.

Due to blood poisoning, parts of the Russian figure skater's hands and feet had already been removed.

Said blood poisoning led to a cerebral hemorrhage, strokes and medicine seemed to have given up hope.

The current news from Kostomarov almost seems like a miracle.

Drama about Kostomarow: figure skating star still tied to the bed and to the ventilator

Meanwhile, Kostomarov is still forbidden to leave his bed.

The figure skating star has probably not been able to breathe on his own either, so he is still connected to a ventilator.

In addition, there have already been reports that the former Olympic champion's immune system is dysfunctional.

The wave of solidarity can be felt all over the world and a former companion of the Olympic champion is dedicating his current ice show to the seriously ill figure skater.

“We hold our fists, we pray.

I would like to say words of admiration to Oksana Domnina and Roman's mother, many trials fell on her shoulders," said Ilya Averbukh, a former world champion, recently describing the drama about Kostomarov on



Russian ice greats such as Elizaveta Tuktamysheva, Alexei Yagudin and Vladimir Morozov will be performing at the Averbukh show.

All the better that there is more positive news to report.

News that could mean more than a glimmer of hope for Kostomarov and his family.


Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2023-03-13

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