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Australia’s winter sports network has been constrained go into grieving with the abrupt passing of 20-year-old Olympic professional skater Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya in Moscow.

Australia’s winter sports network has been constrained go into grieving with the abrupt passing of 20-year-old Olympic professional skater Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya in Moscow.

The Australian Olympic Committee on Saturday affirmed the death of Alexandrovskaya, who contended in the sets with Harley Windsor at the 2018 PyeongChang Games in South Korea.

She is the subsequent Australian Winter Olympian to kick the bucket abruptly this month after snowboarder Alex Pullin suffocated while skewer fishing off a Gold Coast sea shore on July 8.

“It is tremendously miserable to lose Katia who was a lively and skilled individual and a staggering competitor,” AOC Vice President Ian Chesterman, who was the group’s culinary expert de strategic PyeongChang, said in an announcement

https://www.olympics.com.au/news/aoc-mourns-the-loss-of-winter-olympian-ekaterina-alexandrovskaya.

“She was calm and humble in her way however unbelievably resolved to be as well as could be expected be.

“We are largely profoundly disheartened to hear the news today. Life since the Games has not been simple for her and this is another convenient token of exactly how delicate life is.”

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Alexandrovskaya and Windsor completed eighteenth in Pyeongchang.

They were World Junior Champions and World Junior Grand Prix Champions in 2017.

“Words can’t depict how I feel at this moment, I am crushed and wiped out to my center about the miserable and unexpected going of Katia,” Windsor composed on his Instagram account.

“The sum we had accomplished during our organization is something I can always remember and will consistently hold near my heart. This news is something you can never get ready for.”


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